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[Postcard 1975.178.1317]

Description: Original paperwork by OHS staff: " Parade - street scene ; post card colored 8.5 x 13.5 cm " Condition : fair, " little soiled, north side of square, B. J. Woodruff Dry Goods Store sign, crowds on street watching parade " History : Donated by unknown Supplemental description: "A BUSY DAY IN PERRY OK" and "HAND COLORED" are written at the bottom. The postcard is postmarked 1909, but may be earlier.
Date: 1909
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[Photograph 1975.178.1187]

Description: Original paperwork by OHS staff: " Parade Float - 1909 " Condition : good - " ( 5 ) edge has ( 5 ) small chips and ( 1 ) small crack " Description : " 5 " x 7 " in glass 9 " x 11 " with 1/2 " metal frame, ( 6 ) identified ladies in decorated wagon, ( 2 ) dk horses with decorated Harness " History : Donated by Mrs. Orville Savage Supplemental description: LADIES, WAGON, HOUSE. Photo is glued onto a page. Below the photo is typed "MRS. JOHN HANSEN, DRIVING / MRS. ERNEST DAVIS / MRS. H. A. MCCANDL… more
Date: 1909
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[Postcard 1975.178.1326]

Description: Photographic Postcard: " Parade - street scene, 1909, post card 8.5 x 13.5 cm " Condition: fair - " little faded . From north west corner of square with post office in center. 15th anniversary of the Strip opening. " Supplemental description by Crozier, D.: As per C. DeJager postcard size is 9 cm x 17.5 cm
Date: 1909
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[Postcard 1975.178.1329]

Description: Original paperwork by OHS staff: " Parade, street scene, post card, 12 x 25 cm, " Condition : " copy of soiled postcard, From north west corner of square, crowds of people watching parade " History : Donated by unknown
Date: 1909
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[Postcard 2013.011]

Description: Photographic postcard of a Flower Parade in downtown Perry, September 16,1909. Visible in the photo are the Bank, Dentist, Woodruff's. Many people are gathered watching the parade. Many are carrying umbrellas. On back is a Perry postmark dated May 4, 1910. The card is signed by Mrs. G. Millegan and addressed to Mrs. M. J. Marsh. Green 1 cent postage stamp in upper right corner. This is taken on Delaware on the north side of the square.
Date: 1909
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School
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