New Exhibit: A Safe and Sane Fourth

"Guardian of the Clam-Flats," 1910

"Guardian of the Clam-Flats," 1910

Kingston’s first Fourth of July parade rolled in 1910.  Stop by the Library to see photographs of the festivities, or check out this earlier post.

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One Response to New Exhibit: A Safe and Sane Fourth

  1. Barbara Wright says:

    The parade picture is wonderful, but it looks more like North Plymouth in the background to me. That tall structure looks like the seagull roost near the water’s edge. Is this close to the town lines/Rocky Nook?

    Great photo, though. Love it.

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