Gallery view

1975 Apr. 19

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Crowd on Concord Bridge during Bicentennial

Concord (Mass.) - Large crowd gathered at Concord Bridge, one among them holding a protest sign, during the People's Bicentennial.

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1975 Apr. 18

Henry, Diana Mara

Nighttime at the People's Bicentennial

Concord (Mass.) - A nighttime crowd at the People's Bicentennial.

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1975 Apr.

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Marching band at the Bicentennial Commemoration

Concord (Mass.) - A marching band, spectators lining the road and roof, a flag and “Welcome Mr. President” sign in Concord, MA, April 1975, at the bicentennial commemoration of the initial conflict of the American Revolutionary War.

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1975 Apr.

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Massachusetts Governor and Senator at the Bicentennial Commemoration

Concord (Mass.) - Fourth and fifth from left: MA Governor Michael and Mrs. Kitty Dukakis, and further on, Caroline Kennedy and MA Senator Edward Kennedy at the Old North Bridge, Concord, MA, April 1975, at the bicentennial commemoration of the initial conflict of the American Revolutionary War.

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1975 Apr. 19

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Prep school kids in Concord

Concord (Mass.) - A group of teenagers bundled in jackets and blankets huddle in a doorway late at night during the Bicentennial Celebration.

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1975 Apr.

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Two men marching in a parade at the Bicentennial Commemoration

Concord (Mass.) - Two men in tricorn hats and breeches and buckles on their shoes, one with a PRESS tag and clipboard, march in parade at Concord, MA, April 1975, for the bicentennial commemoration of the initial conflict of the American Revolutionary War.

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1975 Apr. 19

Henry, Diana Mara

Bicentennial gathering

Concord (Mass.) - A man in costume rides a horse through a crowd during the Bicentennial Celebration.

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1975 Apr. 19

Henry, Diana Mara

Bicentennial Celebration

Concord (Mass.) - Man raises his tricorn hat toward a parade of people in costume during the Bicentennial Celebration.

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1975 Apr.

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President Gerald Ford at the Bicentennial Commemoration

Concord (Mass.) - President Gerald Ford delivering an address at the Old North Bridge, Concord, MA April 1975 for the bicentennial of the initial conflict of the American Revolutionary War.

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1975 Apr. 18

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Discussing the war

Concord (Mass.) - A long haired male visitor and Concord residents discuss the Vietnam War during the Bicentennial celebration. In the foreground is a hand drawn sign that reads "Stop the B-1 Bomber".

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