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Title
1995 Laguna Beach Patriots' Day Parade
Alternative Title
Laguna Beach Patriots' Day Parade 29th, March 4, 1995 Tape #1
Creator
[News Channel 3]
Date Created and/or Issued
1995-03-04
Contributing Institution
Laguna Beach Historical Society
Collection
California Revealed from Laguna Beach Historical Society
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Description
Channel 3 Dimension Cable Services broadcast of the 29th Annual Patriots' Day Parade held on March 4, 1995. Hosts: David Perez & Terry Neptune. Includes pre-parade interviews conducted by parade president Phil Kams with Mayor Kathleen Blackburn and Carl Karcher, parade Grand Marshall.
Type
moving image
Format
Master
Color
Sound
3/4 inch videotape
Extent
01:46:28
2 Tapes of 2
Identifier
https://archive.org/details/calgbhs_000002
Language
English
Relation
Laguna Beach Historical Society - Laguna Beach Patriots' Day Parade Videos
Provenance
Laguna Beach Historical Society
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