21st Annual Posy Parade, June 4, 1961
The Posy Parade, held in June of each year, is a "festival of flowers" dedicated to children. At its height in the 1960s, the parade attracted as many as 3 thousand participants and 20 to 30 thousand spectators. This program for the 21st Annual Posy Parade, held June 4, 1961, provides suggestions for decorating floats, prizes, the judging rules, and named the previous year's princess.
3 Pages of 3
21.5 x 9 cm
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