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Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Thursday, May 8, 1919
(Articles, courtesy of Claire King, claireking AT bellsouth DOT net)

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Caption:
1--Section of the old Eighteenth marching past reviewing stand in Liberty avenue to the cheers of hundreds of relatives. 2--Color bearers of the old Eighteenth passing reviewing stand. 3--Defenders of Freedom, both, A. J. Dickson of 631 Maryland avenue, member of McPherson Post, G.A.R., shaking hands with Private H. L. McLaughlin of the Fifteenth Engineers Band.  4--Veterans of the Civil War according the returned regiments a great demonstration from their reviewing stand in Liberty avenue.  5--Fond farewell on the North Side.  6--Private Frank H. Hare of 7111 Idlewild street greeting his devoted niece, Miss Jane Hare.  7--Off for Camp Sherman.  8--A picnic in front of Memorial Hall.



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6--Private Frank H. Hare of 7111 Idlewild street greeting his devoted niece, Miss Jane Hare.


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Armistice Day Parade - 1918
(George W. White is one of the two men in front leading.... he is on the right in the picture wearing gloves)
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