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Deadwood ParadeDeadwood Parade: Bystanders in the mining town of Deadwood in the Dakota Territory watch a group of uniformed men from the Grand Lodge I.O.O.F. [Independent Order of Odd Fellows] parade down the street on May 21, 1890. Photographed by John C. H. Grabill.

Deadwood ParadeDeadwood Parade Detail: This detail shows somber-faced spectators. Come on folks, it's a parade. Note the Opera House poster on the wall advertising the Eyers Sisters and the Colored Comedy Co.

Deadwood ParadeDeadwood Parade Detail: This group is showing a little more cheer. Note the look of surprise on the girl in the lower left of this image and the giggling women in the center.
Deadwood ParadeDeadwood Parade Detail: This is the life. These spectators get the skybox seats. The men seem to have spotted the majorettes coming down the street.



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