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S-R Archive find of the day: 1942 Memorial Day Parade

The Memorial Day Parade on May 30, 1942, was "strangely quiet," according to an article in The Spokesman-Review.  World War II gave new meaning to the marching tunes and waving banners.  The Rogers High School band is pictured marching.   (Photo Archive)
The Memorial Day Parade on May 30, 1942, was "strangely quiet," according to an article in The Spokesman-Review. World War II gave new meaning to the marching tunes and waving banners. The Rogers High School band is pictured marching. (Photo Archive)

S-R Archive find of the day: In this May 30, 1942 photo, the Memorial Day Parade was "strangely quiet," according to an article in The Spokesman-Review. World War II gave new meaning to the marching tunes and waving banners. The Rogers High School band is pictured marching.




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