Description: AUGUST 1972 APPROXIMATELY 100 FEET OF COLOR 16MM FILM. RUN TIME: 2:53. FOOTAGE OF TWO, POSSIBLY THREE SEPARATE EVENTS. THE FIRST IS A SECOND LINE EVENT, POSSIBLY A PARADE OR A FUNERAL. ALSO INCLUDED IS FOOTAGE OF A ZULU SOCIAL AID & PLEASURE CLUB FUNERAL. MEN ARE SEEN WEARING SASHES OF THE CLUB AND A PURPLE BANNER IS CARRIED AT THE FRONT OF A PROCESSION THAT APPEARS TO BE ON CLAIBORNE AVENUE. THE BANNER READS ZULU SOCIAL AID & PLEASURE / ORGANIZED MAY1, 1916 / KING ZULU / THE PRIDE OF THE THIRD WARD / NEW ORLEANS, LA."
Keywords: marching band
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