- Mayo, Edward D.
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- View of parade, on right background is the first Minneapolis Armory located at 8th Street between 1st Avenue South (Marquette) and 2nd Avenue South. See also MS0210-MS0213, MS0215-MS0220; MS0219 similar to MS0210; according to the Minnesota Woman's Christian Temperance Union 1877-1939, page 95, this parade was held on May 14, 1910, """"all temperance and may other organizations, churches and Sunday Schools took part in the great parade, made colorful with many banners and floats, bands of music leading many sections and singing """"Minnesota Is Going Dry"""" with original temperance songs sung as thousands watched the long parade on Hennepin and Nicollet Avenues;""""
- Contributing Institution:
- Hennepin County Library, James K. Hosmer Special Collections Library
- Still Image