Atlantic City Easter Parade, 1910
Entitled: "New Jersey - Atlantic City - crowd on the boardwalk, probably on Easter." The Easter parade is an American cultural event consisting of a festive strolling procession on Easter Sunday. Typically, it is a somewhat informal and unorganized event, with or without religious significance. Persons participating in an Easter parade traditionally dress in new and fashionable clothing, particularly ladies' hats, and strive to impress others with their finery. The Easter parade is most closely associated with Fifth Avenue in New York City, but Easter parades are held in many other cities. Photographed by George A. McKeague Company, March 29, 1910.
4200 x 3331 pixels
Print Size @ 300 dpi
14 x 11 inches / 36 x 28 cm
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