Parade going north on N. Maine Street 
Set of two photos from slightly different angles of a parade going north at the merging of Water Street and Main Street. Both photos shows chief Poolaw leading on horseback, followed by police officers Guy Moors (City Marshal from 1934-1944), Otis LaBree, Robert Lee and Clement Violette and a marching band led by Watie Akins. A billboard for Sibo Tailoring & Cleaning is on prominent display. The trolley tracks are clearly visible, as is a traffic light on Main Street. Since the trolley was discontinued in 1941 and the traffic light installed that same year, the photo likely was taken that year. Possibly this was the parade on August 9 that was part of the big Indian pageant that summer.