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"Mrs. Harriett Hendershott, knitting. Wife of Hon. James Hendershott of Hendershott's Point near the Cove. She, together with Mrs. Harriett Lewis [2010.15.00113] sewed the first American flag in Union County in 1863, for a 4th of July celebration.…

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"1918 - End of the WWI Parade - La Grande, Oregon"

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"La Grande Parade - Adams Avenue - 1939" Crowds line both sides of Adams Avenue to watch the La Grande Parade. In this image, a marching band is proceeding down the street.

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The interior of a church's chapel where the altar area as been decorated with an abundance of flowers. [Note: The American flag hanging on the wall behind the altar has 44 stars.] [The two small banners on the wall to each side of the flag read:…

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"Flora School - Photo of all girls wearing white dresses with sashes, hats with a large star on them, and holding small American flags."

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"Flora School - 1973 - May have been taken about the time the school was closed." [Although, at the time the picture was taken in 1973, the U.S. flag was flying above the school, and the building still appeared to be in good shape.]

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"Fifth Annual Cherry Fair - 1915 - Cove, Oregon. On the right is a cherry display designed to look like an American flag. On the left is a cherry display with a bald eagle and federal shield design in the middle and swastikas in the bottom corners.…

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Cove Cherry Fair cherry display - circa 1914 - Cove, Oregon. [Image most likely taken by photographer, Mae Stearns.]

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Cherry Fair cherry display - circa 1917 - Cove, Oregon. The cherries have been identified as being grown by Karl L. Stackland [and] C.M. and G.G. Stackland. The pennants in the background read: 'Cove's Got 'em - Cove Cherry Fair.' [Image most likely…

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"22. 7th Annual Cherry Fair - Aug. 15, 1917 - Cove, Oregon. King Bing and Queen Ann, with Attendants. The king is Archie Antles and the queen is Byrle Conley. They were both about six years of age."
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