Bloomfield New Jersey 1912 Centennial Parade History Photos
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The Bloomfield Centennial Celebration of 1912 had the motto, "Stick to Bloomfield." A highlight of the year was a
giant parade in June 1912 up Bloomfield Avenue with many groups represented.

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Bloomfield NJ history Berkeley School children 1912 parade
Berkeley  School children march in the 1912 parade

 

 

Brookside School children ride a float pulled by a horse in the 1912 parade

 

Brookdale School Children ride in Parade Float 1912 Bloomfield, NJ
Brookdale School Children ride in Parade Float 1912
 

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Bloomfield High School children  in the 1912 parade portray Pioneers

 


Another group of Bloomfield High School children portray Pioneers in the 1912 parade

 


These Watsessing  School children portray Revolutionary War soldiers in the 1912 parade

 


These Watsessing  School children portray Sailors in the 1912 parade

 
School
children on the Bloomfield 'Green' during the 1912 parade

 

 


School children on the Bloomfield 'Green' during the 1912 parade do the "Dutch Glide"

 



School children on the Bloomfield 'Green' during the 1912 parade do the "Baby Polka"

 

 


Fairview School, Bloomfield, NJ

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First Baptist Church of Bloomfield, NJ was founded in 1851 by residents of the Bloomfield area who desired to meet together for worship and the study of God's Word. During all the time spanned by these photos, First Baptist has had an involvement in the community life of the area, and a spiritual impact in the lives of it's people. Now, 160 years later, that spiritual impact is as important as ever!

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