May Day Parade at Union Square and the parade turns at the 17th Street, in New York City.
New York City USA Date:1941, June Duration:2 min 43 sec Sound:NO SOUND
May Day Parade at Union Square in the Flat Iron district of New York City. A crowd parades with signs and banners. A banner reads 'Fur Floor Workers Union'. The crowd jams the streets and lines the sidewalks. Some of the signs held by people read 'Why Not Bosses Fight Their Own War' and 'Our War Is Battle For Freedom, Wages And Better Working Conditions'. The parade turns at the 17th Street. The side of a float reads 'Convoys Means Coffin'. People sit on steps of a building.
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