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Easter Sunday: 1941

Easter Sunday: 1941

Easter Sunday, April 1941. Boys waiting for the processional at an Episcopal church in South Side Chicago. View full size. Photograph by Russell Lee. Observe, young people of today, how the young people of yesterday dressed: Up.

 

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Processional

That's exactly what it is.

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What is a processional? Sounds like a march with religious meaning, but I'm not sure.

[Good question. Pics below. - Dave]

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