Today’s feature image was taken in Weatherford, Texas, during a parade in the City in 1953. The municipality is located about thirty miles west of Fort Worth. The buntings hanging from the light-colored building on the far-left corner apparently indicate that the parade may have been held on the Fourth of July. A Gulf Oil Company Public Address truck is parked in the center of the intersection.
The parking lot in the foreground is filled with cars and trucks that date from the 1930s to the ’50s. A Kaiser Frazer dealership is visible in a light-colored building at the end of a block of buildings on the right-hand side of the parade route.
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