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    • The Prohibition Parade of June 8, 1908

    • Parades & processions; Prohibition; Ryan Street (Lake Charles, La.)--Pictorial works; Carts & wagons
    • Caption by Maude Reid: "Headed by the First Regiment Band of Lake Charles, a parade of women and children, hundreds of them, marched down Ryan street waving flags and carrying transparencies with mottoes urging voters (men only, then) to vote out...
    • The Prohibition Parade of June 8, 1908

    • Parades & processions; Prohibition; Carriages & coaches; Ryan Street (Lake Charles, La.)--Pictorial works; Horses
    • Caption by Maude Reid: "Headed by the First Regiment Band of Lake Charles, a parade of women and children, hundreds of them, marched down Ryan street waving flags and carrying transparencies with mottoes urging voters (men only, then) to vote out...
    • The Prohibition Parade of June 8, 1908

    • Parades & processions; Prohibition; Carriages & coaches; Ryan Street (Lake Charles, La.)--Pictorial works; Horses
    • Caption by Maude Reid: "Headed by the First Regiment Band of Lake Charles, a parade of women and children, hundreds of them, marched down Ryan street waving flags and carrying transparencies with mottoes urging voters (men only, then) to vote out...
    • The Prohibition Parade of June 8, 1908

    • Parades & processions; Prohibition; Military bands; Street railroads; Carriages & coaches; Throner, O.A.; Young, Shelby; Ryan Street (Lake Charles, La.)--Pictorial works
    • Caption by Maude Reid: "Headed by the First Regiment Band of Lake Charles, a parade of women and children, hundreds of them, marched down Ryan street waving flags and carrying transparencies with mottoes urging voters (men only, then) to vote out...
    • EE. Chapter 11: Voodooism and Mumbo-Jumbo

    • African Americans -- Religion; Voodooism -- Louisiana.
    • The unpublished manuscript "The Negro in Louisiana" is a work begun by the Dillard (University) Project in 1942, an arm of the WPA's Federal Writer's Project. After the dissolution of the unit, Marcus Christian maintained and edited the document in...

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