Black and white photograph of a parade going down First Street. On either side of the street are the businesses of downtown Sanford. The third building at the left side of the image is the Hotchkiss Building (1877). On the sides of the street, spectators are gathered to watch the parade. Hanging over the middle of the street is a sign that says, "Howard-Packard Company". Horse-drawn buggies, decorated patriotically, along with marching people, can be seen down the middle of the street. Some of the buildings have American flags hanging from them. At the right of the image is a building with an advertisement for "Woodruff and Watson", as well as an advertisement for "Wrigley's Spearmint Pepsin Gum."
Black-and-white photography -- Florida -- Sanford -- Photographs.; Buildings -- Florida -- Sanford -- Photographs; Horse-drawn vehicles -- Florida -- Sanford -- Photographs.; Parades -- Florida -- Sanford -- Photographs; Spectators -- Florida -- Sanford -- Photographs
Number of Images
Side of Image
Front of Postcard
Size of Original Image
20 cm. x 25 cm.
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Electronically reproduced by the Digital Services unit of the University of Central Florida Libraries, Orlando, 2011.
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"Parade down First Street, Sanford, Florida" (1900). Images of Central Florida. 2498.