Town of Montague Bicentenial Parade 1954

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dc.description The Town of Montaghue, MA commemorated its 200th Bicentennial Anniversary during the week of June 6-13, 1954.
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dc.title Town of Montague Bicentenial Parade 1954
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Montague Center's 17-man volunteer Fire Department hauls an ancient hand-pumper along the Avenue near the Cone Shop.
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This unidentified float has a religious or spiritual theme. A religious icon stands in front of a shrouded-oval backdrop.
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Turners Falls' Clarence W. Allen Post 178 American Legion passes from left-to-right; Steve Drago's Variety Store, Carney's Bar, the 3rd Street alley, and the Cone Shop, Ice Cream and variety store, all on Ave. "A".--This photo taken from the 2nd story window of the Town Taxi building. We're lookin' west.
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The Catholic Order of Foresters, Saint Anne Court #1133, held their meetings at 78 3rd Street above the Blue Ribbon Beer garden (later the Rendezous Cafe').---The Foresters were a Catholic fraternal insurance (benefit) society who offered policies to their largely Irish immigrant membership.
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High Wheel bicycles, a.k.a. Penny-Farthings, were popular during the 1870s thru the 1880s. They became obsolete when the modern design bicycle was developed. Riding them was a risky leisure activity.
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