A pair horses pull this group down Mass. St. in the centennial parade in 1954. Hank Brown is playing the trumpet and Byrona Wiley and Melba Still are dressed as Keystone Kops.
Perry Puderbaugh sports a long beard for Lawrence's 1954 Centennial celebration. He poses with his nephew Billy Cook and nieces Sheryl Patterson, Linda Cook and Dorma Cook.
In 1954 these three Lawrence Centennial fashion plates, employees of the First National Bank, 8th and Mass. St. wore their 1800's garb to work. From left are Lois (Edmonds) Hamlet, Marjorie Ann (Bond) Schick and Bernice Francis. The old First National Bank building is now occupied by Teller's Restaurant.
The Stoneback family helped Lawrence celebrate its 100th anniversary in 1954 by dressing for the occasion in early period clothes. From left are Renee, Irvin Stoneback, Brad, Mabel Stoneback and Teresa.