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Name Parades
Number of Archive records 25.0
Number of Library records 1.0
Number of Object records 1.0
Number of Photo records 119.0

Associated Records

2001.025 - 2001.025.001

Video tape copy of Dogwood Parade 1955 by Grady Baker. It is 13 minutes long. Patria Baker was 1962 Dogwood Queen.

2008.045 - 2008.045.004

Photocopy of a newspaper article that appeared in July 1949 on the occasion of the Bossier High School Band marching in the Lions parade in Washington, D. C. "School Band Royally Welcomed on New York Trip, Concerts Impressive."

2008.045 - 2008.045.003

Photocopy of a newspaper photograph taken in Washington, D. C. when the Bossier High School Band marched there in the Lions parade in July 1949. The caption reads "The Bossier City, LA., High school band marching down Michigan av. yesterday in the Lions parade, led by a group of high stepping drum majorettes. Thirty bands took part in the parade from the near north side past the reviewing stand at the Congress st. plaza."

2008.045 - 2008.045.005

Photocopy of two newspaper articles that appeared on the occasion of the Bossier High School Band marching in the Lions parade in Washington, D. C. in July 1949. The titles of the articles are "Bossier City Band Plants Flag of Confederacy in U. S. Capital" and "Bossier Band Rates Fourth in Big Parade."

2008.045 - 2008.045.009

Photocopy of a newspaper photograph of Bossier High School Band marching in a parade. "STREETS JAMMED FOR PARADE--Part of the record-breaking crowd which Tuesday witnessed the 'Louisiana Purchase' parade, feature event of Holiday in Dixie, is pictured above as it lined both sides of Texas street. The snappy Bossier City High School band is shown in the foreground, some of the beautifully decorated floats in the distance."

Image of 2009.002 - 2009.002.038

2009.002 - 2009.002.038

Copy of newsletter published by Krewe of Gemini- Mardi Gras in the Ark La Tex 1991, Official Guide to Mardi Gras in the Ark-La-Tex. Contains articles: Krewe of Gemini- Dear Shreveport-Bossier Citizens; Join the Parade!; Floats for the 1991 Krewe of Gemini Parade; Mardi Gras Facts:; Mardi Gras Parade Route; Mardi Gras Terms:; Shreveport/ Bossier Unite to Form Krewe, Inaugurate Mardi Gras in Ark-La-Tex; Tourism Society Places Parade in Top 20 Events; Ball Features Elaborate Lighting; Krewe of Gemini Parada Route To Cover Five Miles in Two Cities. (Copy only includes articles, page numbers are not all listed)

2009.002 - 2009.002.047

Copied DVD of Krewe of Gemini Parade and float loading by crew members. Received a copy of a VHS tape of recording- made a DVD copy from it. Tape was part a collection donated by Bossier Chamber of Commerce.

0000.022.001-002 - Picture, Motion

Two rolls of film in metal containers. (1) 1952 Dogwood Drive. "Poor Quality" (2) 1956 Dogwood Parade. "Very dark, can hardly see it."

Image of 2012.063.004 - 2012.063

2012.063.004 - 2012.063

Holiday in Dixie: 50 Years, The Story of Shreveport's Annual Springtime Festival by Eric J. Brock. Photos and reminiscings about Holiday in Dixie, a festival celebrating the Louisiana Purchase. The festival serves to promote the Ark-La-Tex region, specifically Shreveport, and promote the area's businesses. Back pages list past Holiday in Dixie presidents, ambassador club chairmen, Ambassador Club membership, Cotillion Club Kings and Queens, Plantation Club Presidents, Plantation Ball Chairmen, and Holiday in Dixie Queens.

Image of 1997.062.023 - Print, Photographic

1997.062.023 - Print, Photographic

4 horses pulling decorative wagon/calliope. Mary Lee Street (Hwy 2) Methodist church in background.

Image of 1997.062.093 - Print, Photographic

1997.062.093 - Print, Photographic

"Indian" and other rider carrying flags in Plain Dealing Circus parade.

Image of 1997.062.107 - Print, Photographic

1997.062.107 - Print, Photographic

Little boy in Indian headdress leading a llama in a parade in Plain Dealing. Methodist church is seen in background. Corner of Mary Lee (Hwy 2) and Lynch Streets.

Image of 1997.062.126 - Print, Photographic

1997.062.126 - Print, Photographic

Elephant in Plain Dealing Circus Parade. Methodist church in background. Corner of Mary Lee (Hwy 2) and Lynch Streets.

Image of 1997.062.127 - Print, Photographic

1997.062.127 - Print, Photographic

Corner of Palmetto and Cotton Belt Street. Women in bloomers riding donkeys. May be part of a circus parade, or may be related to donkey baseball game.

Image of 1997.062.154 - Print, Photographic

1997.062.154 - Print, Photographic

Automobile parade in Plain Dealing. Girls sitting on auto's fenders. Cars are decorated with streamers.

Image of 1997.062.155 - Print, Photographic

1997.062.155 - Print, Photographic

Paint ponies pulling buggy in parade. Methodist Church in background. Corner of Mary Lee and Lynch streets. Pony is wearing a drape with "show today" on it.

Image of 1997.064.012 - Print, Photographic

1997.064.012 - Print, Photographic

Ladies riding on float with Easter baskets

Image of 2000.044.015 - Print, Photographic

2000.044.015 - Print, Photographic

Color Plain Dealing Dogwood Festival Parade, April 1, 2000.

Image of 2000.044.016 - Print, Photographic

2000.044.016 - Print, Photographic

Color Plain Dealing Dogwood Festival Parade, April 1, 2000.

2000.044.017 - Print, Photographic

Color Plain Dealing Dogwood Festival Parade, April 1, 2000.