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An unknown band marches down the street during the 150th Northwest Territory anniversary parade, Isaly's Dairy is in the Background.
An unidentified marching band marches down Fourth St. during the 150th Northwest Territory anniversary parade.
Female drum corps from Mansfield High School march down Fourth St. during the Northwest Territory 150th anniversary parade.
A truck carries the float for Hedges School, in the background is the intersection of North Main and Fourth St,
A carriage reading "Wappner Ambulance 50 Years Ago" passes during the 150th Northwest Territory anniversary parade.
Two oxen pull a wagon in during the Northwest Territory 150th anniversary parade. Bone's Restaurant is in the background.
Native Americans ride a float sponsored by the Municipal Water Supply Company . In the background is Ed Burghard's liquor store.
A crowd watches the 150th Northwest Territory Parade as an antique truck passes by, also in the background is a delivery truck for Mansfield Bakery.
A man and woman in period costume push a pram down West Fourth Street as part of the parade commemorating the sesquicentennial of the Northwest Territory. Bones Restaurant sits on the north side of the street, just to the west of Citizens Bank.
Dr. Mary Jordan Finley was born November 26, 1849, in Pennslyvania to Agustus Finley and Amanda Jane Irwin/Erwin. She practiced medicine in…