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    • Three Girl Maskers

    • Carnival; Costumes; Clothing & dress; Spectators; Commercial streets
    • View of three carnival maskers posed on Canal Street on Mardi Gras Day. Wearing full-face masks, the subjects are standing in the 800 block near the Boston Club in the Central Business District with the river to their backs. Formally-attired men...
    • Cleveland Playgound Floats, City Park

    • Children; Festivals; Floats (Parades)
    • View of two floral-decorated, patriotic floats ridden by young girls on a paved area in City Park. Onlookers of various ages stand nearby. The closer float is ridden by a girl wearing a starred headband, while the more distant float depicts an...
    • Columbia Float at Taylor Playground

    • Children; Festivals; Floats (Parades)
    • View of a boy pulling a small float honoring the country of Columbia as onlookers examine the float and others assemble in a grassy area. This float participated in a parade that was part of the Children's May Festival held on May 13, 1917 at...
    • Here Lies the Kaiser

    • Children; Festivals; Floats (parades)
    • View of a group of children gathered around a float with two young male riders. The float depicts a grave with a tombstone that is surrounded by a picket fence. The headstone reads " Here Lies The Kaiser". Two boys wearing military style hats...
    • Old Cotton Exchange Being Demolished

    • Architecture; Buildings; Demolition
    • View of the second Cotton Exchange building at 231 Carondelet Street, intersection with Gravier, in the Central Business District. Designed by architect H. Walters, the building was erected in 1883. Other buildings on the lake side of the 200...
    • Boston Club on Mardi Gras Day

    • Carnival; Reviewing stands; Crowds; Spectators
    • View made of the Boston Club on Canal Street showing people on the stands in front of the club and on the street. A photographer on a tall ladder is photographing a row of ladies on the viewing stand at the club.
    • Male Maskers Dressed as Bathing Girls

    • Carnival; Costumes; Clothing & dress; Cross dressing; Spectators
    • View of three, large, masked men or cross-dressers. They pose as a group at the corner of Canal and Dauphine Streets diagonally in front of the Maison Blanche Building at 901 Canal. A small group of older men wearing business suits and hats stand...
    • Washington on New Grand Stand

    • Building construction; Racetracks (Horse racing); Construction workers
    • View shows a team of workmen preparing lumber for a construction project. One man, wearing coveralls, appears to be posing for the camera. The men are building a new grandstand at the New Orleans Fair Grounds, replacing the grandstand which had...
    • As the Band Played

    • Dedications; Podiums; Spectators; Crowds; Flags; Men
    • View shows the dedication ceremony of the second Elks Home at 127 Elks Place in the Central Business District. The building was designed by DeBuys and Christy. Officers of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks stand on a double-tiered...
    • Elk Dedication Scene

    • Dedications; Podiums; Spectators; Crowds; Flags; Men
    • View of the dedication event of the second Elks Home at 127 Elks Place in the Central Business District. The building was designed by Rathbone DeBuys (1875-1960) and Edgar A. Christy (1880-1959). Officers of the Benevolent and Protective Order of...
    • Elk Dedication

    • Dedications; Podiums; Spectators; Crowds; Flags; Men
    • View of the dedication event of the second Elks Home, 127 Elks Place in the Central Business District. The building was designed by Rathbone DuBuys (1875-1960) and Edgar A. Christy (1880-1959). Officers fo the Benevolent and Protective Order of...
    • Elk Dedication

    • Dedications; Podiums; Spectators; Crowds; Flags; Men
    • View of the dedication event of the second Elks Home, 127 Elks Place in the Central Business District. The building was designed by Rathbone DuBuys (1875-1960) and Edgar A. Christy (1880-1959). Officers fo the Benevolent and Protective Order of...
    • Pet Cemetery

    • Cemeteries; Pets; Cats; Flowers; Spectators
    • View of two men, one holding a cat and the other a large bouquet of flowers. Both men wear suit and tie. A large group of mostly women and a few men and children stand nearby. Two buildings are visible in the background. One has windows propped...

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