In a black and white photo, two protestors stand closer to the camera with one person holding an obscured sign behind them. The individual on the left is wearing a patterned wool sweater and matching hat, and holding a sign reading: "Let Our Ancestors Rest They Are Not Here To Defend Themselves."
Native American protesters confront author Ruth Beebe Hill over claims her book Hanta Yo is filled with misinformation about Indigenous history, specifically Hill’s saga about two Sioux families.
Unidentified float in the 1956 Daffodil Parade on Pacific Avenue with North Pacific Plywood Inc. building and water tower in the background. The float depicts a mountain made out of daffodils, a sheet for the snowcap and green crepe paper grass. There is a Paul Bunyan character skiing down the mountain with a beard and a red cap.
The Rotary International float at the 1956 Daffodil Parade on Pacific Avenue with North Pacific Plywood Inc. building and water tower in the background. The float is in the shape of a yacht, strung with bunting with a person in a sailing hat at the front.
Rhodes Brother Department Store float at the 1956 Daffodil Parade on Pacific Avenue with North Pacific Plywood Inc. building and water tower in the background. The float features models waving in dresses with large, anthropomorphic fish and coral and starfish figures. The Rhodes Brothers logo can be seen inside of a shell.
A parade of military personnel marching down Pacific Avenue holding flags in the 1956 Daffodil Parade on Pacific Avenue. A large Coca Cola sign and what is now the Murray Morgan bridge can be seen in the background.
Uniformed men on horses leading a small carriage pulled by a smaller horse with a sign reading "Tacobat Grotto Horse-Show for Spastics, Sunday- May 16-54." Tacobat Grotto is a University Place fraternal organization.
Float for Tacoma Public Utilities with participants in dresses riding flanked by people in white suits and hats at the 1954 Daffodil Parade. Buildings with signage for BPOE and Moreland Ford Cars can be seen in the distance.
Float for Pacific Lutheran College with participants waving and smiling below a representation of palm trees at the 1954 Daffodil Parade. A building with a sign reading "Motive Parts, Machine Shop Service," can be seen in the background.