Since 1924, Detroit's annual Thanksgiving parade has delighted people of all ages. The parade's spectacular balloons, floats, bands, special guests, and holiday spirit have made it the most celebrated civic event in Detroit. Romie Minor, head archivist at The Parade Company and a librarian at the Burton Historical Collection, and school media specialist Anne Tamborino commemorate the parade tradition with a look back at over 75 years of magic and enchantment. A unique assortment of historic photographs leads readers on a nostalgic journey down Woodward Avenue and through the memories and hearts of generations.
Softcover, 6 x 9, 128 pgs.