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This black and white photographic postcard features people lining up for a parade along the Peabody Park. Trees line the right side of the road. A crowd stands along the edge of the road. People sit and stand on the left side of the road. Everyone is looking towards the background. Written text is at the bottom of the card. Handwriting is on the back of the card.
4"x 5" photographic postcard
Peabody (Kan.), Marion County (Kan.), Diamond Springs (Kan.), Morris County (Kan.), Ghost towns, Correspondence, Parades, Anti-Horse Thief Association, Vigilance committees, Clubs & groups
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R., R. H. and Loomis, Alvin Lee, "Postcard: A.H.T.A. Day Peabody Park" (1909). Tim Johnson Postcard Collection. 1240.
A.H.T.A. Day Peabody Park Jan 10 - 09 Dear Pal I wonder what doing. Have you decided on anything yet. That young auctioneer asked me whether you were going to mo to school we had ten sales booked now for this mo. took those pearls to the jeweler Sat and they said that they did not have the right color. either spoiled by cooking or no good before. So will send this to you by letter. Hugs to Susie. I went skating Thurs eve and had a big time 2 boys and 5 girls on the ice pond 2 miles north. It is snowing and is awful cold this morning and sold my wheat for 91 cts last week hauled in the 1 & 2 of January. H. R. H. Mr. A. L. Loomis Diamond Sprs Kas.