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Shriners are often seen cavorting in tiny clown cars or even tricycles at local U.S. parades. But these members of Charleston, West Virginia's, Beni Kadem Shrine found faster, and louder, wheels for the city's FestivALL Art Parade, in which theater groups, visual artists, dancers, street performers, art cars, music makers and local organizations parade down Capitol Street

Shriners are often seen cavorting in tiny clown cars or even tricycles at local U.S. parades. But these members of Charleston, West Virginia's, Beni Kadem Shrine found faster, and louder, wheels for the city's FestivALL Art Parade, in which theater groups, visual artists, dancers, street performers, art cars, music makers and local organizations parade down Capitol Street

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Credit line: West Virginia Collection within the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division.
Purchase; Carol M. Highsmith Photography, Inc.; 2015; (DLC/PP-2015:055).
Forms part of: West Virginia Collection within the Carol M. Highsmith Archive.

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01/01/2015
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charleston
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Library of Congress
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