|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Description||Photograph. Sepia-toned gelatin silver photo of a decorated horse drawn carriage that was part of the Detroit Bi-Centenary Parade. The carriage body and wheels are covered with artificial flowers. One man is seated in the driver's seat with three women and a girl seated in the back of the carriage. All are well-dressed and one of the women is holding a parasol. Many spectators can be seen in the background which appears to be a city park. Handwriting on the verso notes "Mrs. Sarah M. Dudley's Stanhope." (A Stanhope was a type of light carriage and was named after Henry FitzRoy Stanhope.)|
Dudley, Sarah M.
|Print size||10" x 12"|
|Dimension Details||Image size is 7.625" x 9.625"|
Bicentennial Floral Parade
Women's Bi-Centennial Committee
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