Monday, December 19, 2022

Waiting for Christmas Parade - 1960 - Lancaster SC Photos

Who's ready for candy? 

Children and adults wait for the start of The Lancaster Christmas Parade in 1960. 

Kids often moved to the front of the line in hopes of getting candy, which was thrown from floats during the parade. 

See below for cropped versions, making it easier to see faces. 


(Photo by Lee Studio/The Lancaster Archive)

Editor's Note: Thanks to Mary Lee Barton for naming some of the people in this photograph. 

"I see Harry Melton and his boys. Bernice is standing behind them.

On down the line is Betty Ross Hinson Carter and her mother Trudy Hinson. Then down the line is Karen Kirk Hatcher sitting and her mother Grace Kirk standing behind her. Great memories." 

Sarah Deese Funderburk also added: 

"Lynette and Arlene Lawson center front seated." 

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