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Girls in Red, White and Blue



Girls in Red, White and Blue
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Title: Girls in Red, White and Blue
Description: Nine girls posed standing and wearing patriotic costumes. One girl is holding a flag of the United States. Probably a smaller group, from a total of twenty-eight girls, dressed in red, white and blue costumes, drilled by J.R. Ogden for a Memorial Day honor guard in 1904. Based on information in the "Melrose Chronicle", May 23, 1984, citing an article of April 28, 1904.

Image ID: 2117
Creation
Date:
1904 
Creator
Name:
Van Schaick, Charles
City, State: Black River Falls, Wisconsin
Collection
Name:
Van Schaick, Charles : Photographs And Negatives, ca. 1880-ca. 1940+
Genre: Photograph
Additional
Information:
Information from "Melrose Chronicle", May 23, 1984, citing earlier article of April 28, 1904.
Subjects: Trees
Dwellings
Fences
Hats
Holidays
Children
Outdoor photography
Portraits, Group
Women
Flags
Dresses
Costume
Fields (Agriculture)
 

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