Town of Saratoga Day Parade 1988

Faces and Places: Town of Saratoga Historian’s Photographic Archives
Title: Town of Saratoga Day Parade 1988
This was from the third Town of Saratoga day parade on 14 August 1988 at the reviewing stand at Fort Hardy Park.  The David Nevins Fire Department Auxiliary member is in the foreground.  The Town Board and Village Officials are wearing the blue shirts.  Supervisor Robert Hathaway is sitting on the left.
The images contained in this digital Faces and Places collection document Town of Saratoga’s past through its villages, buildings, and events. They are drawn from the Town of Saratoga Historian’s Collection. The majority of these photos were taken by former Town Historian Thomas N. Wood or Deputy Historian Veronica Wood. The images on Faces and Places collection are part of the Town of Saratoga Historian’s Photographic Archives. They are the property of the Town of Saratoga, which retains all right thereto. No publication or reproduction, electronic or otherwise, is allowed without the expressed permission of the Town of Saratoga Historian’s Office. The collection is opened by appointment. You may contact us by e-mail at historiantosaratoga@gmail.com
The vast majority of the collections with Town of Saratoga Historian have been donated by many generous individuals and organizations throughout our community. We greatly appreciate such generosity and continue to rely heavily on this support in order to continue building collections for future generations. If you are interested in making a donation, contact us by e-mail at historiantosaratoga@gmail.com
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