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546. Rose Island's Great White Way

Description: The Rose Island pathway known as 'the great white way' is the background shown in this photograph of two young women. The young ladies are dressed in skirts, tops, and warm jackets, indicating that the season is either late fall or early spring.. The clothing is representative of the early 1920's. The great white way was a white stone lined gravel path that was enhanced by rose bushes and white columns.
Origin: c1924
Created By: Day, Stephen T.
Contributor(s): Fordyce, Jerry
Source: http://indianamemory.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p16066coll24/id/126
Collection: Clark County Visual History
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Geography: Rose Island (Clark County, Indiana)
Subjects: Amusement parks
Teenagers
Roses
Clark County (Indiana) -- History -- 1920-1930
Rose Island (Clark County, Indiana)
Roses
Teenagers
Indiana -- Amusement parks

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