Description: CA. 1970 FOOTAGE OF A SOCIAL CLUB SECOND LINE PARADE, MOST LIKELY IN A CENTRAL CITY NEIGBORHOOD. MEMBERS OF AT LEAST TWO DIFFERENT CLUBS ARE SEEN AND IDENTIFIED BY THEIR OUTFITS; ONE GROUP WEARS PINK AND THE OTHER YELLOW AND BLACK. BRIGHTLY DECORATED UMBRELLAS ARE SEEN AS ARE SEVERAL MARDI GRAS INDIANS THAT INCLUDE MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. SIGNS FOR SOUL OF NEW ORLEANS" AND ALBERTA'S RESTAURANT ARE SEEN."
Keywords: marching band
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