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Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - "Wake Up America" Parade in New York.  Photo shows a part of the 40,000 marchers in the "Wake Up America" parade in New York City, April 19, 1916.  The paraders are here seen crossing 23rd Street at Fifth Avenue

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - "Wake Up America" Parade in New York. Photo shows a part of the 40,000 marchers in the "Wake Up America" parade in New York City, April 19, 1916. The paraders are here seen crossing 23rd Street at Fifth Avenue

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Date Taken: 4/19/1916

Photographer: International Film Service
Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York

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