Pittsburgh Gazette Times,
Thursday, May 8, 1919
(Articles, courtesy of Claire King, claireking AT bellsouth DOT
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
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6--Private Frank H. Hare of 7111 Idlewild street greeting his devoted
niece, Miss Jane Hare.
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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