Livermore History -
Page 1 - Late 1800s, early 1900s
Page 2 - Early 1900s to 1933
Page 3 - 1935 to 1957
Page 4 - 1953 Rodeo Parade
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1953 Rodeo Parade
Rodeo Stage Coach
On First Street, looking East. The "STATE" sign is the Schenone building.
High School Band
Far Far left edge: The Bank of Italy Building (not the Independent)
The building on the left is the remainder of the McLeod Building, which was Schenone Grocery at the time.
The middle building was Dutcher's Hardware.
Both of these buildings were most recently Livermore Cyclery, before they were torn down on Sept 20, 2004
Writing on the float:
Foresters - America and Companions
The Greatest Show on Earth
Alameda County Fair float.
Appears to be an injured rider being put into an ambulance.
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Photos on this page Courtesy of John deTreville
They were taken by his brother, Ted deTreville who was 13 at the time using a 127 "baby brownie"
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