Howell Area Archives Digital Archive

4th of July Parade, Howell, Michigan,  1970

Item

Congressman Marvin Esch
Unknown Drill Team
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Military Colorguard Unit
Howell High School Highlander Highstepping Band
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Businessman and owner of Diamond Dot Market, Joe Harris on his horse, followed by the Diamond Dot Chuckwagon, near the intersection of Grand River Avenue and Michigan Avenue

Title

4th of July Parade, Howell, Michigan,  1970

Description

These photographs of the 4th of July Parade, Howell, Michigan, 1970, were taken as the parade marched east on West Grand River Avenue, near the intersection of Byron Road.   Several bands, drill teams, colorguard units, local businessmen, and bystanders were featured.   In the background of the car carrying Congressman Marvin Esch a partial view of the First Church of Christ Scientist building.   The building is no longer there in 2023.

Subject

Parades

Format

image/jpeg

Type

Image

Date

1970/07/04

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Note

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Original Format

film negative

Collection

Citation

“4th of July Parade, Howell, Michigan,  1970,” Howell Area Archives Digital Archive, accessed May 30, 2024, https://archives.howelllibrary.org/items/show/7749.
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