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Dixon May Fair: Vernon Schmeiser, interviewed by Sue Mills
Mills, Sue
Schmeiser, Vernon
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Dixon Public Library
California Revealed from Dixon Public Library
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This is a 1975 recording of Vernon Schmeiser, May Fair Panel member, being interviewed about his memories and involvement with the May Fair. The Dixon May Fair and Parade is California's oldest event of its kind. The first Dixon May Day celebration was in 1875 and included horse races. The first Dixon May Fair was in 1885 and the first May Day Parade in 1909. It has continued annually to the present day.
Audio cassette
1 Tape of 1
Dixon Public Library
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