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A Great 1919 Photo of Pennsylvania Avenue and Trucks in a Parade

Check out this amazing photo from 1919! It shows Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington D.C. with a truck parade taking place. Get a glimpse into the past with this incredible photo from the Harris & Ewing Collection glass negative.
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This is a wonderful photo we found on Ghosts of DC. It shows Pennsylvania Avenue, the grand boulevard between the U.S. Capitol Building and the White House.

June 28, 1919. “Motor Truck Parade, Pennsylvania Avenue.” Held on Motor Transportation Day under the auspices of the Washington Automotive Trade Association. At left we have another appearance on these pages by a Witt-Will conveyance. Harris & Ewing Collection glass negative.

Source: Ghosts of DC

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