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The Shriners' Convention in California (1912)

The procession was chiefly formed of a large number of floats emblematic of the States and various bodies affiliated with the Shriners. Noticeable were the Japanese floats and the ... See full summary »

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The procession was chiefly formed of a large number of floats emblematic of the States and various bodies affiliated with the Shriners. Noticeable were the Japanese floats and the Californian "Bear." All the floats were artistically decorated with real flowers and picturesquely attired figures. At night time there was a procession of illuminated floats and other vehicles as well as mammoth animals, the whole forming a veritable feast of the eye of brilliantly illuminated effects. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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8 June 1912 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with Presidential Possibilities (1912). See more »

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