Band marching in parade, Glenwood City, Wisconsin

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US ARC PH 2016.001.114

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Band marching in parade, Glenwood City, Wisconsin


  • [ca. 1910] (creation)


1 photograph : print, sepia toned ; sheet 9 x 14 cm (postcard format)

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Real-photo postcard showing non-uniformed adults marching in what appears to be a parade, and playing instruments like baritones and drums. They are followed by horse-pulled wagons. Stamped on verso: Bannister, Photographer. Date from postmark: Jul 18, 1910, and from date of message. Message: Addressed to Mr. Oscar Hilleman, Green Lake, Minn. "7/17/10. Dear Friend, Your card and letter came to hand some time ago. Was glad to hear from you. I am slack in beefing [?] up my correspondence. Yes it has been dry here too. No hay at all. Had a good rain last night. Geo. R. Koberstein. [On recto:] This is our band. The front is you know. Look over newspaper I am sending."

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This item is made available by the University Archives & Area Research Center, University of Wisconsin-River Falls, for personal, educational, and research purposes in accordance with the Fair Use provisions of Copyright Act of 1976. Other uses may require permission from the copyright owner.

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Cataloged by kdo, 03/30/2016

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Purchased March 24, 2016, on eBay from Ostlie Archives in Decorah IA.

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[New Richmond, Wis.] : Bannister, [ca. 1910]

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