U.S. President Hoover, and Generals Pershing and Gouraud, review troops parade at the end of the Legion Convention in Boston.
Boston Massachusetts USA Date:1930, October 9 Duration:1 min 20 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. President Herbert Hoover, with Generals Pershing and Gouraud view the parade at the end of the Legion Convention, in Boston, Massachusetts. Troops parade along a street in Boston, at the end of the Legion Convention. Horsemen and troops with guns, move along the road. Spectators on both sides of the road. Flags being displayed along the side of the road. Troops march through an archway across the road. An open motor carriage carrying officials pass along the road. U.S. President Herbert Hoover, U.S. Army General Pershing and French General Gouraud, on a stand along the side of the road, salute. Officials beside the dignitaries. A railway road motor follows the troops marching. Men seated above the cars of the railway road motor. A motor carriage behind the railway road motor carrying officials. 'American Legion, Newport, N.H.' written on the motor carriage.
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