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    • Elk Dedication Scene

    • Dedications; Podiums; Spectators; Crowds; Flags; Men
    • View of the dedication event of the second Elks Home at 127 Elks Place in the Central Business District. The building was designed by Rathbone DeBuys (1875-1960) and Edgar A. Christy (1880-1959). Officers of the Benevolent and Protective Order of...
    • Elk Dedication

    • Dedications; Podiums; Spectators; Crowds; Flags; Men
    • View of the dedication event of the second Elks Home, 127 Elks Place in the Central Business District. The building was designed by Rathbone DuBuys (1875-1960) and Edgar A. Christy (1880-1959). Officers fo the Benevolent and Protective Order of...
    • Elk Dedication

    • Dedications; Podiums; Spectators; Crowds; Flags; Men
    • View of the dedication event of the second Elks Home, 127 Elks Place in the Central Business District. The building was designed by Rathbone DuBuys (1875-1960) and Edgar A. Christy (1880-1959). Officers fo the Benevolent and Protective Order of...
    • Temporary Home of Elks

    • Architecture; Buildings; Flags; Automobiles
    • View of part of the 1500 block of Canal Street in the Central Business District. Four convertible automobiles are diagonally parked along the the adjacent curbs. At center is a building that served as the temporary clubhouse for the Elks during...
    • Elk Home Dedication

    • Crowds; Spectators; Dedications; Architecture; Commercial streets; Flags
    • View from the second floor of the second Elks Home at 127 Elks Place; designed by architects Rathbone DeBuys (1875-1960) and Edgar A. Christy (1880-1959). A large crowd is gathered at ground level. The uptown, river side of the 100 block of Elks...
    • Elk Dedication

    • Dedications; Podiums; Spectators; Crowds; Flags; Men
    • View of the dedication event of the second Elks Home at 127 Elks Place in the Central Business District. The building was designed by Rathbone DeBuys (1875-1960) and Edgar A. Christy (1880-1959). Officers of the Benevolent and Protective Order of...
    • As the Band Played

    • Dedications; Podiums; Spectators; Crowds; Flags; Men
    • View shows the dedication ceremony of the second Elks Home at 127 Elks Place in the Central Business District. The building was designed by DeBuys and Christy. Officers of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks stand on a double-tiered...

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