Exterior photograph of men and women in open air bus from the early 1900's. The photograph is identified as Franco-Americans on a trip to Washington, DC. The photograph is being used as an advertisement for a bus or sight seeing company. The top part of the cardboard mounting has been torn off. The size of the photograph is 7" x 5", however the mounting is larger with the advertising appearing below the photograph.
F. Gatineau of Southbridge, Massachusetts; L. P. Turcotte of Lowell, Massachusetts; J. A. Caron of Southbridge, Massachusetts; J. Ad. Caron of Woonsocket, Rhode Island; Adélard Archambault of Woonsocket, Rhode Island; Joseph Monnette of Lawrence, Massachusetts; Dr. C. Fréchette of Leominster, Massachusetts; John B. Dufault of Marlboro; Massachusetts; A. Roberge of Lawrence, Massachusetts; O. Grégoire of Southbridge, Massachusetts; A. G. Lalime of Worcester, Massachusetts; Frank Collette of Spencer, Massachusetts
H.M. Brown, Washington, DC
See additional file for information on back of photograph.
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L'Union Saint-Jean-Baptiste d'Amérique Archives, Emmanuel d'Alzon Library Manuscript and Photograph Collection. Assumption University, Worcester, Massachusetts
Travel, sight-seeing, early automobiles, Franco-Americans