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World War One Victory parade?? (Not sure)
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National Biscuit Company's entry in the 1910 July 4th parade.The parade, which was over one mile long, included a “work horse” division. This horse and carriage also participated in Hartford's "Work Horse Parade" in May of the same year. Pic of the Week Feb. 20, 2014
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1928 Memorial Day ParadeOne of the finest floats in every Memorial Day Parade was the one entered by the American Thread Company. It is shown here passing the old Hurley Block in 1928, and is pictured from the roof of the Commercial Block, which was destroyed by fire in 1968. The four businesses in the Hurley Block are the Hurley Grant Company, Martin's photographers, the Rex Restaurant and Rogers Pharmacy.
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Community Reunion Week ParadeOn June 17, 1930, a parade was one of many events that celebrated “Community Reunion Week” over a four day period. Eight bands, twenty floats and just about every community organization participated. Following the parade, huge community entertainment venues were set up at the Elks Park and the State Armory. Pic of the Week June 26, 2014
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Singers Following the parade, there was a ballgame at Windham Field after which, “patriotic exercises” were held. 700 Willimantic schoolchildren participated by singing "patriotic airs".
     
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