|Catalog Number/Object ID||1961-002-03344|
|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Collection||Bowd Osborne photos|
|Description||A B&W photo on a card of an 1884 Marblehead parade. The photo is of a large number of young men dressed in Continental uniforms. Behind this group is a sign for the Story School, followed by a float labelled "Story Grammar", with other floats behind that. The man with a black umbrella is reported to be JJH Gregory by a relative, Shari Worrell. The picture was taken at the intersection of Washington and Hooper Streets (Bank Square). The card is one of a series of 1884 Fourth of July views published by Merrill H. Graves of 111 Washington St., Marblehead.|
Parades & processions
Fourth of July celebrations
|Title||Continentals in Fourth of July Parade, 1884|
|Date||July 4, 1884|
|Print size||4" x 6"|
Graves, Merrill H.
Gregory, James J. H.
Story Grammar School
|Lexicon category||8: Communication Artifact|
|Lexicon sub-category||Documentary Artifact|