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"Jackie" Band Performing in a Parade in Howell, Michigan - 1917

Item

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Title

"Jackie" Band Performing in a Parade in Howell, Michigan - 1917

Description

"Jackie" Band in a parade going west on Grand River in Howell, Michigan. Left most building is on the north-east corner of Walnut St. and Grand River. View present day location.

A "Jackie" band was part of the larger John Phillip Sousa Navy Band.  They toured the country as part of the movement to sell Liberty Loan bonds during World War I. 

Can see store fronts for Johnson's Drug Store, Chapel's Jewelery with awning also showing Optician, a sign with Cigars and Soda, awning showing Martyns, Howell Radio Shoppe, and Cash Grocery. The side of the Johnson's Drug Store building has a Wrigley's Spearmint Gum ad and a partial sign for Drug & Book Store.

Subject

Parades
Marching bands
World War, 1914-1918

Format

image/jpeg

Date

1917

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“"Jackie" Band Performing in a Parade in Howell, Michigan - 1917,” Howell Area Archives Digital Archive, accessed February 25, 2024, https://archives.howelllibrary.org/items/show/5055.
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