Parades

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Object id: 
L.20786

Colour Munshaw 35mm slide depicts three Shriners on a parade float with two signs that read: "Ring the Bell for Mel & Go to Denver Free" and "Provost Guard Aloha Temple - World's Greatest Buffalo Hunters".

Date: 
[1960]
Source: 
Snider, Irving
Posted by jyuhasz
Object id: 
L.20785

Colour Munshaw 35mm slide depicts a man wearing a Shriner hat with his face painted white wearing a sign around his neck that states: "Tired, Blood, Koko: Piula, Molowa, Luhi".

Date: 
[1960]
Source: 
Snider, Irving
Posted by jyuhasz
Object id: 
L.20784

Colour Munshaw 35mm slide depicts four Shriners in uniform marching with flags. Three have American flags and one is carrying a British Red Ensign flag.

Date: 
[1960]
Source: 
Snider, Irving
Posted by jyuhasz
Object id: 
LF.03727

Black and white image of a parade with dignitaries in an open car passing specators gathered in front of the Colonial Theatre.

Date: 
[1930]
Source: 
Landauer, Barbara
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Object id: 
LF.03715

Black and white image of troops departing for the World War I front marching down Granville Street, past the Hudson's Bay store; street cars following the troops and spectators on the sidewalk.

Date: 
[1914]
Source: 
Landauer, Barbara
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Object id: 
LF.03712

Black and white image of a military parade marching down Granville Street in Vancouver during the visit of the H.M.S. Despatch and the H.M.S. Durban.  Granville Clock Tower in the distance, with various store fronts in foreground of image, including United Cigars, New York Furs, and Bon Marche.

Date: 
August 27, 1928
Source: 
Landauer, Barbara
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Object id: 
LF.02884

Black and white image of a military parade during President Harding's visit to Vancouver.Street scene shows U.S. Marines in white hats carrying bayonnets walking down Granville Street; spectators line the street, with banner over top reading "NATIVE SONS OF CANADA WELCOME YOU".

Date: 
July 26, 1923
Source: 
Landauer, Barbara