One black and white photographs, woman dressed to represent Commerce. The photograph was taken as part of the Salem Pageant, which took place on June 13, 14 & 17 in 1913. The program was managed under the Management of the Board of Directors of The House of Seven Gables Settlement Association. To learn more read page 38 in the program.
The photograph is from the Interlude titled "The Formation of the Flag. Commerce Sends the Flag of the Uniion From Salem to Foreign Ports (Symbolism)"
The woman is identified as Mrs. Jessie Hatch Symonds.
|Photographer||Fred R. Rankins|
|Title||Salem Pageant - Commerce|
|Event||Salem Pageant, 1913|
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Salem (Mass.) - History
Salem (Mass.) - History - Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775