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  • Subject: Spectators
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    • Spectators

    • Spectators
    • The scene is a depiction of a group of spectators assembled to witness an event in New Orleans's City Park. The artist recalled that the sickly-looking palm trees in the background immediately brought to mind such that were "growing" in City Park....
    • Spectators at Mardi Gras

    • Parades & processions; Crowds; Spectators; Automobiles; Street railroads; Costumes
    • View of spectators in the street awaiting parades during Mardi Gras. Some of them are dressed in costumes. A streetcar and two cars are visible.
    • Soldiers

    • Soldiers; Military parades & ceremonies; World War I; Architecture; Spectators
    • View taken from the Uptown river corner of the intersection of Girod Street and Saint Charles Avenue in the Central Business District. Brick-paved streetcar tracks are prominently visible. An assortment of spectators watch as uniformed members of...
    • Elk Babies

    • Parades & processions; Costumes; Clothing & dress; Spectators; Children
    • View of a group of men, probably at Elk Place in the Central Business District, cutting up and entertaining spectators. The men are dressed in baby clothes and some are riding piggy-back on others. May 20, 1916, the day this picture was made, was...
    • Prince Iko, November 11, 1916

    • Aerialists; Grandstands; Crowds; Spectators; Fairs
    • View of the opening day of the National Farm and Livestock Show, held November 11-19, at the New Orleans Fair Grounds. A group of male onlookers is gathered in front of a grandstand. They and and a small boy at right are watching high-wire artist...
    • Baby Elks on Truck

    • Parades & processions; Costumes; Clothing & dress; Trucks; Spectators
    • View of a large group of men dressed as babies (wearing dresses, bonnets and ladies shoes). Some are waving tambourines, flowers or hats . They are gathered in the rear of a flat-bed truck. A crowd of spectators is watching nearby. View appears...
    • Rex parade, "Cleopatra's Barge"

    • Carnival; Floats (Parades); Parades & processions; Spectators; Costumes
    • View of the Rex Parade on Mardi Gras Day, February 21, 1928. The theme for the pageant was ""Transportation"" and the float seen here was entitled ""Cleopatra's Barge"". It is followed by float number eight entitled ""Capture of the Horse"". A...
    • Rex Parade

    • Carnival; Floats (Parades); Parades & processions; Spectators; Costumes
    • View of Rex's float on the 800 block of Saint Charles Avenue. The theme for the Rex pageant of 1929 was ""Outline of History"". Buildings along the block, including Capital City Auto Company, Incorporated, are shown and a crowd of spectators is...
    • Waiting for the Parade

    • Children; Spectators; Parades & processions
    • View of a group of spectators (men, women and children) waiting for the start of the National Preparedness Parade on Canal Street on June 3, 1916. Semel Dry Cleaning Company, located at 1416 Canal Street, is visible in the background.
    • Governor Pleasant Marching

    • Parades & processions; Politicians; Flags; Spectators
    • View on Saint Charles Avenue of Louisiana Governor Ruffin G. Pleasant (1916-1920) marching with his staff and members of the state assembly in a parade organized to demonstrate national preparedness. Most of the entourage are wearing white suits...
    • Marconi Speaking

    • Spectators; Crowds; Flags; Podiums; Public speaking; Columns
    • View of a group of Italian dignitaries and New Orleans city officials seen gathered on a platform in front of City Hall (Gallier Hall) on Saint Charles Avenue in the Central Business District. Guglielmo Marconi, (1874-1937) inventor of wireless...
    • Moving of Female Home, Charity Hospital

    • Moving of structures; Hospitals; Spectators; Architecture; Crowds
    • ""View of a six-story brick building being moved on tracks with rollers. A large crowd of spectators has gathered. A sign posted to the building reads: This Building Being / MOVED / H. Horace Williams Co., Inc. / Engineers - Contractors / New...
    • American Legion Fiesta

    • Circuses & shows; Circus posters; Circus performers;Spectators
    • View of the American Legion Fiesta, an outdoor circus or carnival located on South Claiborne Avenue between Canal Street and Tulane Avenue in the Mid-city neighborhood. A costumed woman and several men stand on a platform in front of a crowd of...

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