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    • Two children ride bicycles at a playground

    • 2 MOR 2360
    • A boy and a girl ride bicycles on a trail that goes under a small bridge located in a shady area .
    • Bicycles; Children; Oak Ridge (Tenn.) Recreation Department; Playgrounds
    • Oak Ridge Bicentennial parade

    • 2 MOR 2150A
    • Three men in costumes ride horses down a street while people observe.
    • Centennial celebrations; Flags; Horses; Parades and processions
    • Brownie Troop 519 in Oak Ridge Bicentennial parade

    • 2 MOR 2150B
    • A group of adults and children walk behind and ride on a parade float decorated with a cake and the number 200 in front of a Miller's and Hamilton National Bank.
    • Automobiles; Centennial celebrations; Children; Downtown Shopping Center; Hamilton National Bank; Miller's Department Store; Parades and processions
    • Brownie Troop 519 in Oak Ridge Bicentennial parade

    • 2 MOR 2160C
    • A group of two adults and children walk behind and ride on a parade float in front of Hamilton National Bank. Two girls hold a sign, "Brownie Troop 519."
    • Centennial celebrations; Children; Downtown Shopping Center; Girl Scouts of America (Oak Ridge, Tenn.); Hamilton National Bank; Parades and processions
    • Camp Fire Girls in Oak Ridge Bicentennial parade

    • 2 MOR 2170D
    • Two girls ride on an automobile holding a banner that says, "Happy Birthday U. S. A. Camp Fire Girls."
    • Automobiles; Camp Fire Girls (Oak Ridge, Tenn.); Centennial celebrations; Girls; Parades and processions
    • Boston Tea Party float in Oak Ridge Bicentennial parade

    • 2 MOR 2180A
    • A group of girls and one woman ride in a truck with a sign that says, "An event that changed history, Boston Tea Party 1773, Vowell's Glenwood Fifth Grade Cam.."
    • Centennial celebrations; Girls; Parades and processions; Trucks

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