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Franks Parade

This is the 1957 Labor Day parade in Newark, Ohio. The man on the horse is my father, Frank. He was 6' 7" tall. The horse, named Pink, was a large horse (look at his size compared to the crowd). Notice that there are only 48 stars on the American Flag; at the time Hawaii and Alaska were not states. The horse in the foreground was named Dolly, ridden by my father's friend Bill.


Oil on canvas, 16" X 20", Nancy Lee Lewis (C) 2018.

Franks Parade

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