|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Collection||American Red Cross of Southeast Tennessee|
Series of seven photographs of a parade in which the Chattanooga chapter American Red Cross took part. A wagon pulled by six Clydesdale horses has a sign with the Red Cross emblem asking for donations. Newton Chevrolet is part of the parade and appears to have sponsored the Red Cross. Four photos (a, b, c, f) are in front of the high school (now Chattanooga High School Center for Creative Arts) and there are large crowds lining the street to watch the parade. Two (d, e) are on Broad St. in front of Tivoli Theatre but there are no crowds watching. The movie "Pandora and the Flying Dutchman" is showing at Tivoli Theatre. One (f) is on Broad St., in the 400 block, showing the Trailways Bus Station.
Labeled with a number that corresponds with notes: a) 9; b) 10; The notes do not provide additional information beyond a description.
These were found with 2013.032.330-.333, in a file folder labeled "Chattanooga Red Cross," in a plastic file box, both discarded.
a-e) 5.00" x 4.00"
f-g) 7.00" x 5.00"