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Parade in Louisville, Kentucky

Colonel Charles Young, Post Number 168 of the Drum and Bugle Corps in Louisville, Kentucky. Physical Description: Publisher: Unknown

Bishop Dale

Bishop Dale, American Legion Post 168, Drum and Bugle Corp Drum Major. Physical Description: Publisher: Unknown

Charlotte Drum and Bugle Corp

The Charlotte Drum and Bugle Corps. posed for this portrait during the Mecklenburg Declaration Celebration of May 20, 1909. Physical Description: 3x5 black and white Publisher: Unknown

Charlotte Drum and Bugle Corp

The Charlotte Drum and Bugle Corp standing outside City Hall. Physical Description: 8x10 glossy, 4x5 negatives - 3 copies Publisher: Unknown

Image Negative: 1
Print: 1
Donor: Bill Summerville

Fire Department Chorus

The Fire Department Chorus of 1940 with Milton Panetti as the director. Physical Description: 8x10 Publisher: Unknown

Shriner's Parade of 1916

The first parade featuring the new Shriner's Band took place on February 8, 1916. The buildings along the 200 block of West Trade Street are visible. They include Smith's Bookstore at 215 West Trade Street, the Star Cafe at 229 West Trade Street, Climax Barber Shop and Pool Room at 215 West Trade Street, Fites Cash Grocer and Carolina Pawn and Loan Company at 217 West Trade Street.

Physical Description: 8x10

Publisher: Unknown