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Boston (Mass.) - A man holds a sign that reads "ROAR welcomes President Ford" outside Old North Church, Boston. ROAR is an abbreviation for Restore Our Alienated Rights/
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1975 Apr. 18
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Concord (Mass.) - Men dressed as Redcoats gathered at the Grave of British Soldiers during the Bicentennial Celebration.
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1975 Apr. 19
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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.
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1975 Apr.
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Boston (Mass.) - Residents leaning out their windows welcoming President Gerald Ford during the Bicentennial.
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1975 Apr. 18
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Boston (Mass.) - People gathered on a Boston, Massachusetts street during the Bicentennial Celebration.
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1975 Apr. 19
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One woman and two girls dressed in costume attending the Bicentennial celebration in Concord, Massachusetts.
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1975 July
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Concord (Mass.) - Uniformed marchers lined up for the Bicentennial Celebration Parade in Concord, Massachusetts.
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1975 Apr. 19
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Concord (Mass.) - Man raises his tricorn hat toward a parade of people in costume during the Bicentennial Celebration.
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1975 Apr. 19
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New York (N.Y.) - A tall ship slides past the Statue of Liberty during the U.S. bicentennial celebrations.
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1976
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Man in Colonial tri-corner hat and Harley-Davidson patch on his denim jacket, with participants dressed in ceremonial or period garb behind him at the Bicentennial celebration in Concord, Massachusetts.
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1975 July