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Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - Labor Day Parade, New York City.  Sailors passing under Washington Arch

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - Labor Day Parade, New Yo...

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

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - Send off parade finishing in the rain.  "Send Off' Parade of New York Guardsmen passing through the famous Washington Arch at the lower end of Fifth Avenue, in the rain.  August 30, 1917

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - Send off parade finishin...

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

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - 1st Regiment Cavalry, New York National Guard coming through Washington Arch, New York City, in the send-off parade, August 30, 1917

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - 1st Regiment Cavalry, Ne...

Photographer: Paul Thompson Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - Patriotic activities in New York City.  Mounted police heading the column of the Preparedness Parade marching under the Washington Arch

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - Patriotic activities in ...

Photographer: Underwood & Underwood Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - General O'Ryan and staff march down Fifth Avenue leading "Send-Off" Parade

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - General O'Ryan and staff...

Original Caption: General O'Ryan and staff march down Fifth Avenue leading "Send-Off" Parade. Major General John F. O'Ryan, U.S.A. and staff heading the Send-Off Parade as it swung down Fifth Avenue on its way... More

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