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The notes transcribed from the back of this photograph are as follows: NIAGARA FALLS city (Ontario) CANADIANS MARCH IN JOINT FETE. THIS IS PART OF THE PARADE ALONG RIVER ROAD, NIAGARA FALLS, ONT., JUNE 13 [1942] WHICH OPENED THE THREE-DAY CELEBRATION OF FLAG DAY, MACARTHUR DAY, AND THE 417TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE SIGNING OF MAGNA CHARTA. CANADIAN MILITARY AND NAVAL, AND AUXILIARY AND VETERAN GROUPS CROSSED ONTO U.S. SOIL TO JOIN PARADES THERE----WITH ALL PASSPORT RULES WAIVED FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 1940. Associated Press Photo 6 15 42 The notes written and typed on the back of this photograph, from the time it was printed, are as follows: NIAGARA FALLS city (Ontario) CANADIANS MARCH IN JOINT FETE. THIS IS PART OF THE PARADE ALONG RIVER ROAD, NIAGARA FALLS, ONT., JUNE 13 [1942] WHICH OPENED THE THREE-DAY CELEBRATION OF FLAG DAY, MACARTHUR DAY, AND THE 417TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE SIGNING OF MAGNA CHARTA. CANADIAN MILITARY AND NAVAL, AND AUXILIARY AND VETERAN GROUPS CROSSED ONTO U.S. SOIL TO JOIN PARADES THERE----WITH ALL PASSPORT RULES WAIVED FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 1940. Associated Press Photo 6 15 42June 13, 1944, transparent
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June 13, 1944
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Scanned from a print, and later selected by the National Gallery for its Cutline exhibition
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NIAGARA FALLS city (Ontario) CANADIANS MARCH IN JOINT FETE. THIS IS PART OF THE PARADE ALONG RIVER ROAD, NIAGARA FALLS, ONT., JUNE 13 [1942] WHICH OPENED THE THREE-DAY CELEBRATION OF FLAG DAY, MACARTHUR DAY, AND THE 417TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE SIGNING OF MAGNA CHARTA. CANADIAN MILITARY AND NAVAL, AND AUXILIARY AND VETERAN GROUPS CROSSED ONTO U.S. SOIL TO JOIN PARADES THERE----WITH ALL PASSPORT RULES WAIVED FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 1940. Associated Press Photo 6 15 42
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