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    • Grand Rapids - "Grand Rapids Home Coming and 60th Anniversary Celebration"

    • Color postcard from approximately 1910 celebrating Grand Rapids, Michigan's sixtieth anniversary. The postcard shows an image of a parade, as well as images of the Elks' Temple and the D. A. Blodgett Home for Children.
    • Grand Rapids (Mich.); Kent County (Mich.); D. A. Blodgett Home for Children (Grand Rapids, Mich.); fraternal buildings; parades; orphanages; buildings; postcards
    • Ernst Floeter Transcript

    • Interview with Ernst Floeter, a former German soldier who served as an American prisoner of war during World War II.
    • Oral History; World War II; prisoners; German
    • Hastings - Parade on State Street

    • Black and white photograph of a parade moving down State Street in Hastings, Michigan.
    • Hastings (Mich.); Barry County (Mich.); State Street (Hastings, Mich.); parades; street scenes; marching bands; automobiles; crowds
    • Saint Ignace - Mackinac Bridge groundbreaking parade

    • Black and white photograph showing a parade float during the Mackinac Bridge parade in Saint Ignace. Parades were held in St. Ignace (May 7) and Mackinaw City (May 8) in 1954 to celebrate the groundbreaking of the Mackinac Bridge. The parades...
    • Saint Ignace (Mich.); Mackinac County (Mich.); Mackinaw City (Mich.); Cheboygan County (Mich.); parades; parade floats;
    • Saint Ignace - Mackinac Bridge groundbreaking parade

    • Black and white photograph showing a marching band in the Mackinac Bridge parade in Saint Ignace, Michigan. Parades were held in St. Ignace (May 7) and Mackinaw City (May 8) in 1954 to celebrate the groundbreaking of the Mackinac Bridge. The...
    • Saint Ignace (Mich.); Mackinac County (Mich.); Mackinaw City (Mich.); Cheboygan County (Mich.); marching bands; parades
    • Saint Ignace - Mackinac Bridge groundbreaking parade

    • Black and white photograph of marching bands in the Mackinac Bridge parade in St. Ignace, Michigan. Parades were held in St. Ignace (May 7) and Mackinaw City (May 8) in 1954 to celebrate the groundbreaking of the Mackinac Bridge. It is unclear...
    • Saint Ignace (Mich.); Mackinac County (Mich.); Mackinaw City (Mich.); Cheboygan County (Mich.); parades; marching bands
    • Saint Ignace - Mackinac Bridge groundbreaking parade

    • Black and white photograph of marching bands in the Mackinac Bridge parade in St. Ignace, Michigan. Parades were held in St. Ignace (May 7) and Mackinaw City (May 8) in 1954 to celebrate the groundbreaking of the Mackinac Bridge. The parades...
    • Saint Ignace (Mich.); Mackinac County (Mich.); Mackinaw City (Mich.); Cheboygan County (Mich.); parades; marching bands
    • Saint Ignace - Mackinac Bridge groundbreaking parade

    • Black and white photograph of a parade float in the Mackinac Bridge parade in St. Ignace, Michigan. Parades were held in St. Ignace (May 7) and Mackinaw City (May 8) in 1954 to celebrate the groundbreaking of the Mackinac Bridge. The same...
    • Saint Ignace (Mich.); Mackinac County (Mich.); Mackinaw City (Mich.); Cheboygan County (Mich.); parades; parade floats
    • Photograph of small Civil War review

    • Photograph of a small review near a house in the vicinity of Grand Rapids, Michigan. A band is shown with horns, and spectators are poised on the house porch.
    • American Civil War; Military parades & ceremonies; Military bands; Soldiers; Houses; Grand Rapids (Mich.)
    • Photograph of sketch of Detroit Civil War march

    • Photograph of a sketch originally appearing in The New-York Illustrated News on June 6, 1861, p. 140. Shows the Michigan Exchange on Jefferson Avenue in Detroit, with soldiers marching in rows and caption indicating that they belong to the Third...
    • American Civil War; Soldiers; Military parades & ceremonies; Marching; Third Michigan Infantry;3rd Michigan Infantry; Detroit (Mich.)
    • Photograph of Camp Blair review

    • Blurry photograph of soldiers in queues, with United States flags waving. Note on the back states that this is Camp Blair, Jackson, Michigan, "Civil War induction center for draftees."
    • American Civil War; Military facilities; Military parades & ceremonies; Soldiers; Flags; Camp Blair (Mich.); Jackson (Mich.)
    • Grand Ledge - First Auto Parade, 1905

    • Black and white photograph from 1905 of the first auto parade in Grand Ledge, Michigan. Ransom E. Olds (founder of Olds Motor Vehicle Company in Lansing, and the Oldsmobile and Reo brands) and his wife are in the first car.
    • Grand Ledge (Mich.); Eaton County (Mich.); Olds, Ransom Eli, 1864-1950; Bridge Street (Grand Ledge, Mich.); carriages and coaches; automobiles; parades; crowds; people; men; women; storefronts; street scenes

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