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Vintage Mardi Gras In French Quarter Of New Orleans Louisiana 1960's
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Copyright Warning Do Not Alter My Photographer Notes: Vintage Original Photo I took when I was 10 years old. Everyone loves to go to a parade. The uniqueness of a parade here in New Orleans, Louisiana is each organization theme changes each year. The floats are designed by float builders. Each parade may have up to 25 plus floats and more with marching bands inbetween them. Each float is designed and built around the theme of the parade for that year. And each float is a page turned through a story, or an event. Standing on a balcony at Royal Street and St. Peter. The Mardi Gras parades no longer parade through the French Quarter, an ordinance was passed discontinuing the krewes from using the streets due to the narrow streets and 1st responders needing to get to emergencys C 1960
December 26th, 2012
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