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This black and white photographic postcard features a parade on the main street at Peabody, Kansas. Buildings are on the left with people lining the sidewalks. A girl on a horse, a man in a wagon and two boys on bicycles are in the foreground of the parade. 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
This item is in the public domain
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H., R. and Loomis, A. L., "Postcard: A.H.T.A. Parade, Peabody, Kansas" (1908). Tim Johnson Postcard Collection. 1241.
A.H.T.A. Parade Peabody Kans. Peabody Kas Hurrah for Willie Dear Pal, Recd card today. Got two letters yesterday from men wanting more corn husking. One wanted more from three men and the other just one you remember me telling about Fred Snohans horse being sick don't you. He died Sunday eve the mare two he lost inside 6 weeks are you coming or not I would like to know soon as if you don't I'll hire some one else got a good jacking up for not being home to vote all my men were elected so what's the diff. R. H. | Mr. A. L. Loomis. Diamond Sprs. Kas.