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NC Colored Fair Procession 

A sketch of people traveling down Raleigh's Fayetteville Street on their way to the first fair put on by the North Carolina Colored Industrial Association. This fair was held on November 17-20 1879. 

These sketches, created by Joseph Becker, appeared in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. 

The procession passing down Fayetteville Street, on the way to the grounds.
Citation (Chicago Style): 

Becker, Joseph. "North Carolina—First Grand Fair of the North Carolina (Colored) Industrial Association, Held at Raleigh, November 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th." Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. December 6, 1879. 

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