Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Photograph of a train float at the 1980 July 4th parade and 2 "vote for James A. Garfield for president" cards
Museum of the Great Plains
Photographs, chiefly views of Lawton's birthday parade (1939-1949) but also including parade photos from the 1913 and 1914 parades and one postcard of Fifth Ward School (1914) -- Persons represented include Brooks and his wife, and members of the Brooks and Thomas families
Museum of the Great Plains
Forty-one images with 11 negatives (some images have more than one copy negative) -- Lawton subjects include street scenes, early buildings, the burning of gambling equipment at County Courthouse, parades, the concert band, baseball team, Rotary Park, Lake Lawtonka, picnics and fishing, and Lake Lawtonka Dam; Wichita Mountains; Star House (Cache, Okla.); and Medicine Park, Okla. Persons represented in photographs include John J. Schott and other Schott family members, members of the Fogelsong, Porkony, and Leinigner families, and Delbert C. Dexter and Leslie Price Ross, early mayors of Lawton. Photographers include M.A. Tucker, Logston Studio, and Wade Studio
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence with Grace Wilcox, of Stockbridge Library Association Historical Room, posters, clippings, illustrations, calendars, photos, memorabilia, and other papers. Includes Saturday Evening Post covers (1954-1960); memorabilia (1943) from a national war bond show in Washington, D.C.; photos of Norman Rockwell Day Parade in Stockbridge, 1976; and Rockwell illustrated calendars advertising local businesses
Museum of the Great Plains
Fourteen photographs chiefly of views of Lawton, Okla., including parade pictures (1904), and images of McKinley School (1906-1907) -- Other persons represented include Thurman Boetner, Salis Runnels, and MacDonald Rouse
Northbridge Historical Society
Miscellaneous items relating to the Civil War, particularly concerning the 21st and 25th Massachusetts Volunteers; documents concerning World War I veterans and their efforts in finding employment; a World War I veterans' monument; parades; and conversion of Whitin Machine Works to the war industry during the 1940s
Maine Historical Society
Snapshots by an anonymous photographer of the state of Maine centennial parade, Congress and Cumberland Streets, Portland, Me
Lake County Historical Society
Photograph of a train float at the 1980 July 4th parade and 2 "vote for James A. Garfield for president" cards
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Snapshots taken by numerous Lincoln residents of open space, farmland, and recreation land; dwellings and other structures in Lincoln; events and views of the Lincoln Public Library, with an extensive chronological collection taken during construction of the 1989 addition; various local events such as parades; and miscellaneous snapshots -- Subjects include Mount Misery, Beaver Pond, and hurricanes
Museum of the Great Plains
Newspapers, pamphlets, and programs, relating to anniversary celebrations and parades honoring various birthday celebrations of the town of Lawton, Okla. (1908, 1909, 1913, and 1962-1963) which was founded in 1902