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Most of these appear to be the same parade. The paper sleeves are marked “Tournament“. One is at a railroad crossing and building along with a crowd of people wearing Edwardian clothing. Another has a sign that looks like P. Mason (or Manon, or Manor), H & L #1. Another negative shows a sign with the name Fancher. Others show the uniformed marching bands and groups wearing badges.
The two that are related to Sautelle‘s circus are labeled on the sleeves: Band wagon,(Sautelle), and, Clown - Sautelle‘s. The hand writing on the sleeves is different from the “Tournament Sleeves“ . The band wagon is decorated and apparently traveling down a street. The clown is on a wagon and a is being pulled. Sig Sautelle‘s w9th century to early 20th century circus was ultimately based in Homer NY and also traveled the country.
The negatives are in generally good condition with great detail. One is broken with a piece gone at a corner. Some have some minor spots on the surface or edge. Others have minor edge flaws or edge discoloration. They are still a fascinating glimpse of a bygone day!
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