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1. Youths in Halloween Costumes Youths in Halloween Costumes 1895 Unidentified youths in costume on and around bicycle.

2. World War I Parade World War I Parade 1918 Unidentified troops and Salvation Army workers atop and near truck as part of United War Work Drive.

3. World War I Parade World War I Parade 1918 Boy Scouts atop float in parade for United War Work Drive.

4. World War I Parade World War I Parade 1918 Unidentified soldier and civilian holding unidentified flag as part of United War Work Drive.

5. World War I Parade World War I Parade 1918 Unidentified soldiers holding flags from different nations as part of United War Work Drive.

6. World War I Parade World War I Parade 1918 Unidentified soldiers atop float in parade for United War Work Drive.

7. World War I Military Parade World War I Military Parade 1918 Uniformed troops marching southward along Grand near 22nd.

8. World War I Military Parade World War I Military Parade 1918 Uniformed female members of the Red Cross marching southward along Main at 11th.

9. Woodrow Wilson Presidential Parade Woodrow Wilson Presidential Parade 1910 Dignitary being helped from horse-drawn coach surounded by uniformed troops, near 8th and Central. Possibly Woodrow Wilson.

10. Women atop Parade Float Women atop Parade Float n.d. Women representing various U.S. states riding atop a float sponsored by the Kansas City Chamber of Commerce during an unidentified parade. Side of float reads: "Host . . . Midwest Major League Baseball."...

11. Woman on Horseback Woman on Horseback 1896 Woman in formal dress on horseback in front of Laird Drug Company, located at 1035 Broadway.

12. Woman on Horseback Woman on Horseback 1900 Woman in formal dress on horseback; horses wearing banners that read "Frisco Line".

13. When Priests of Pallas Made the City Festive When Priests of Pallas Made the City Festive October/17/1963 Article providing detailed early history of the Priests of Pallas parades and festivities, describing the influence for its creation from Saint Louis and New Orleans pageantry and tracing the first unnamed...

14. Warren G. Harding Presidential Parade Warren G. Harding Presidential Parade 1923 Cars in procession moving southward along the Paseo at 14th. Harding not visible.

15. Warren G. Harding Presidential Parade Warren G. Harding Presidential Parade 1923 Cars in procession moving southward along the Paseo at 14th. Harding not visible.

16. Warren G. Harding Presidential Parade Warren G. Harding Presidential Parade 1923 Cars in procession moving southward along the Paseo at 14th. Harding visible.

17. Warren G. Harding Presidential Parade Warren G. Harding Presidential Parade 1923 Cars in procession moving southward along the Paseo at 14th. Harding not visible.

18. War Bond Drive Parade War Bond Drive Parade May 16, 1949 Street view of parade and crowd along the north side of the Independence Square. Comedian Red Skelton and actress Lizabeth Scott are seated in the back seat of the first automobile. The parade took place...

19. War Bond Drive Parade War Bond Drive Parade May 16, 1949 Parade spectators along north side of the Independence Square. The parade took place on May 16, 1949 as part of the Opportunity Bond campaign.

20. War Bond Drive Parade War Bond Drive Parade May 16, 1949 Covered wagon and security officer in a parade procession on the north side of the Independence Square. The parade took place May 16, 1949 as part of the Opportunity Bond campaign.