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Floral Parade, 7 July 1905.

Author: George F Fonda, Mrs.; Osa McAllister; Harry P Gerlach; Thomas C Black
Publisher: 1905.
Edition/Format:   Image : Graphic : Photograph   Archival Material : No Linguistic Content
Publication:A. A. Paddock collection : Parades, festivals, celebrations, etc.
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Genre/Form: Photographs
Neg. #2290
Named Person: Ben Morgan; Thomas Hussie; J S Bentley; Charles B Culbertson; Samuel M Nicol; Henry Gross; Thomas Iredale; Emil A Johnson; Jonas Bergheim; Ray Edgar McAllister; Sam Wylam; Frank J Buchheit; Frances Gilbert; Daisy N Gilbert; Agnes Kirkbridge Gilbert; Alva A Paddock; Dan Schaefer; Mildred Gilbert
Material Type: Graphic, Photograph
Document Type: Visual material, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: George F Fonda, Mrs.; Osa McAllister; Harry P Gerlach; Thomas C Black
OCLC Number: 427350021
Description: 20 photographs (17 views).
Contents: Photo 1 - Mrs. F. J. Buchheit and her decorated double rig in the 1200 block of Pearl, the 2nd prize winner in that category. (neg. #2290) Photo 2 - Samuel and Celia Nicol's carriage in front of a home with the number 1713. Photo 3 - Samuel Wylam's carriage with a large butterfly on top. Prize winner. Photo 4 - Second view of Wylam's carriage, different location. Photo 5 - Ray McAllister, Harry Gross, Tom Iredale, and Alva Paddock on a decorated donkey cart. Photo 6 - Ben Morgan driving the Fire Station No. 3 float. Riding along are Dan Schaefer and Emil Johnson (rear). Photo 7 - Joe Bergheim's (a Boulder clothier) float in front of Peterson's Barn at 1521 Pearl Street. Photo 8 - Float that appears to have been bicycle driven. Photo 9 - C. B. Culbertson and his decorated locomobile - the first one owned in Boulder. Photo 10 - The Gilbert's oldsmobile won first prize for the automobile entries. Mrs. Charles Gilbert, Mrs. W. S. Gilbert, Mrs. Carson Gilbert, and Mrs. O. M. Gilbert. (3 prints) Photo 11 - Decorated automobile. Photo by Black. Photo 12 - Auto decorated in white, with man, woman and child dressed in white. The couple might be Thomas and Lulu Hussie, or Mr. and Mrs. Knox. (2 prints) Photo 13 - Large indescribable float. Photos 14 through 17 - Poor quality snapshots. (Not scanned)

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