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This black and white photographic postcard features a parade on the main street at Oxford, Kansas. Buildings are on the left and right with people lining the sidewalks. Parade floats and people on horses are lined up and traveling down the street as part of the parade. Women and girls on horses 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
Oxford (Kan.), Sumner County (Kan.), Floats (Parades), Anti-Horse Thief Association, Vigilance committees, Clubs & groups, Duquoin (Kan.), Harper County (Kan.), Ghost towns, Correspondence, Basil (Kan.), Kingman County (Kan.)
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Park, Carrie and Cosby, Eli, "Postcard: A.H.T.A. Day.Oxford, Kansas 10-19-12 Horses" (1913). Tim Johnson Postcard Collection. 1245.
A.H.T.A. Day Oxford Kans. 10-19-12. Sat. Duquoin Kans. R. 2 Dear Mrs. Cosby We heard yesterday that you were back at Spivey & we would like to see you again.. Mama has been sick & is not strong yet. so can't you folks come over & stay over Sun with us soon. We are 1 1/2 mi. west of Runnymede, 8 S. E. of Duquoin & 8 N. E. of Harper, came here year ago last Sept. Hope you can come soon. Love from Carrie Park. | Mrs. Eli Cosby Spivey Kansas. Basil