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Decorated automobile parked in grass for the Collinsville Commercial Club Parade

Citation

“Decorated automobile parked in grass for the Collinsville Commercial Club Parade,” Madison Historical, accessed November 27, 2021, https://madison-historical.siue.edu/archive/items/show/635.

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Description

This is a photograph of a decorated automobile in approximately 1919. The occasion was the Collinsville Commercial Club Parade. The photo appears to have been taken nearby to the Schroeppel home. Pictured (l to r) are small girl (unidentified), Minnie Becker Schroeppel, Maxine Schroeppel, Buelah Schroeppel 9Standing), Carl Becker, and Harold John Schroeppel

Transcription

  • Painted on the canvas of the wagon in the background:
    ARTHUR PAUL MOVING VAN

Subjects

  • culture
  • Collinsville
  • automobiles
  • parade

Contributor

  • Bill Greer donated this photograph to the museum in May 1990.

Date

Circa 1919

Relevant Encyclopedia Article

Language

English

Type

  • Photograph

Format

  • Black and white photographic print
  • jpg

Coverage

  • Collinsville, Illinois circa 1919

Identifier

  • CHM-P-0021
  • 1990.053.001b
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