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Title
Armistice Day parade, marines and sailors, Long Beach. November 11, 1922
Date Created and/or Issued
1922-11-11
Contributing Institution
Huntington Library
Collection
Photographs
Rights Information
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Description
A panoramic view of the 1922 Armistice Day Parade in Long Beach. Service men in uniform are marching in formation on Ocean Avenue, past Lord & Taylor, Hotel Schuyler, and Hotel Kinnebac, after having turned right off of Pine. The lines of men marching down Ocean are marines, and those on Pine are sailors. Both Ocean and Pine are lined with spectators, and vehicles, including a street car, are backed up at the corner. Spectators are also watching from the windows and roofs of buildings along the parade route.
Type
Image
Format
image/jp2
Extent
26 x 54 cm (10 x 21 in)
Identifier
167738
http://hdl.huntington.org/cdm/ref/collection/p15150coll2/id/4380
Subject
Armistice Day--United States
Parades--California--Long Beach--Photographs
United States. Marine Corps
United States. Navy
Crowds
Stores & shops--California--Long Beach. (lctgm)
Events--California--Long Beach. (lctgm)
Panoramas--California--Long Beach--Photographs
Negatives. (aat)
Place
Long Beach (Calif.)
Source
Photographs, Huntington Digital Library

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