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What was the Season?
spring

Can you name the location?
Williamstown,Ma Route#2

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Believe its the Memorial parade that takes place ever year in Williamstown.


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I beg to differ, my friend, but the street is South Church St. in No. Adams. On the left, you can see a gravestone. (Southview Cemetary.) Down the road where you can see some rooftops on the right, would be near the old Cider Barn. The four boulders lined up on the right side of the road would be part of landscaping below the Jewish cemetary. West Shaft Road is almost straight across from the man who is holding his hat behind him. Directly in front of the camera, is one of the access roads into the Southview cemetary. I believe 2 of the flags in the parade are Veteran's Organization flags. I, too, feel that it is a Memorial Day parade, on it's way to pay tribute to the war dead. Rusty


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I'd say that it is on S. Church Street accross from where the Drury enterance is now.


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I agree with Rusty. David


Can you name any of the people?
Is that Bill Boland standing in front with his hands in his back pockets?


Can you name the location?
South Church Street, for sure

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I didn't know there was a jewish cemetery there.... wouldn't St. Joseph's cemetery be around there on the east side as well?


Can you name the location?
North Adams South Church St

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Absolutely by Southview cemetary in North Adams, right across from West Shaft Rd.


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some of the photos were posted a few weeks ago--why the repeating?


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From the Editor: There are a finite number of pictures and they randomly cycle through the iBerkshires front page.


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