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Whatcom Memorial Day Parade takes to the streets

A century of celebration

The Tulip Parade on Dock Street (Cornwall Avenue) in 1922. The Tulip Festival parade went out Cornwall to just beyond Assumption Church and returned downtown the same way. Spectators on this portion of the route could see the parade going two directions simultaneously.
The Tulip Parade on Dock Street (Cornwall Avenue) in 1922. The Tulip Festival parade went out Cornwall to just beyond Assumption Church and returned downtown the same way. Spectators on this portion of the route could see the parade going two directions simultaneously. (Photo courtesy of J.W. Sandison)
By Amy Kepferle Staff Reporter
Whatcom Museum research technician and photo archivist Jeff Jewell makes his living exploring the no

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