Livermore History -
Page 1 - Late 1800s, early 1900s
Page 2 - Early 1900s to 1933
Page 3 - 1935 to 1957
Page 4 - 1953 Rodeo Parade
Parade Photos by year:
2001 - 2002 - 2003 - 2004 - 2005 - 2006 - 2007 - 2008 - 2009 - 2010 - 2011 - 2012
See Also: Rodeo Parade Page
Early 1900s to 1933
"Home Coming Celebration at Livermore - July 4, 1919"
1st St, looking North West from about the K St corner.
1919 is the 2nd year of the Livermore Rodeo, held over the 4th of July.
Parade on 1st St in the early 1900s. Looking North East. The 2 story building is the IOOF building.
The far left building is WH Taylor Co. General Merchandise.
The Livermore Hotel is visible at the far right.
Between 1916 and 1921. Looking north at the McLeod building. The Livermore Hotel is on the right.
This photo was probably taken from the Masonic Building.
1936 photo from a similar view as above. The McLeod building is now replaced by the Bank of Italy Building. The Flagpole is just visible at the far right.
1933 parade on 2nd St at J St. The Foresters building is on the left. Golden Rule Ice Creamery is on the right.
The Stage Coach reads "Salinas Rodeo, July 14-17". "Livermore Rodeo" at the bottom.
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