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American Labor Day Celebration Through The Years

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  • 1. Labor Day Parade, Main Street, Buffalo, N.Y. (1895)
  • 2. Labor Day Parade, Main St., Buffalo, N.Y. (1900)
  • 3. Labor Day Parade, equestrians leading parade, New York (1908)
  • 4. Labor Day Parade, children in Child Labor Demonstration, New York (1909)
  • 5. Labor Day Parade, marchers of Russian Labor Assn., New York (1909)
  • 6. Labor Day Parade – Chicago (1909)
  • 7. Labor Day Parade - Chicago (1929)
  • 8. Labor Day Parade, marchers and equestrian reviewers, New York (1908)
  • 9. Labor Day Parade – Chicago (1909)
  • 10. Labor Day Parade, bakers carrying float of loaf of bread, New York (1909)
  • 11. Labor Day Parade – Chicago (1909) Labor Day Parade - Chicago (1929)
  • 12. Gra Firemen's Labor Day Parade – Chicago (1929)
  • 13. Labor Day Parade, float of Women's Trade Union League, New York (1908)
  • 14. Labor Day Parade, marchers, New York (1909)
  • 15. Marchers in the Labor Day Parade, Detroit, Michigan (1942)
  • 16. Labor Day Parade, marchers of the Theatrical Union, New York (1908)
  • 17. Music: Turkish March - Mozart