It’s been a while since we’ve seen an image from the February 14, 1959 Oregon Centennial parade.  This one really shows how miserable a day it was, weatherwise.  You have to give the participants and the onlookers credit for coming out in what look like like a cold, wet day to celebrate one hundred years of statehood.

That’s Hood River’s 1920 American Lafrance engine in front of the marching band.

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