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Parading Through Downtown

A military contingent marching east on Congress Street, c. 1914. Notice the troller tracks running down the middle of the streets with horse and buggies on either sides and bicyclists.
A military contingent marching east on Congress Street, c. 1914.
Notice the troller tracks running down the middle of the streets with horse and buggies
on either sides and bicyclists.

Two Photos Taken on July 4, 1911

The parade route extends down South Meyer Avenue. A typical parade for Tucson of
1911 and some decades to come which includes both the traditional horses and rolling
stock, and the new mechanical contraption known as the automobile.

The parade route extends down South Meyer Avenue, July 4, 1911

The parade route extends down South Meyer Avenue, July 4, 1911

Continue with Tom's University Area Photos, 1920's