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An article talking about the history of Charro Days, and how it came together after World War II.

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Lucy Duurantes with classmates photographed in a parade during a Charro Days celebration.

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A photo of Lucy Durantes and a classmate during a Charro Days parade. They can be seen in costumes.

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Three articles describing typical costumes for Charro Days. The 'Peon,' 'La Michoacana,' and the 'Oaxacan' dress are some of the examples shown. The articles describe the typical colors and fabrics used for the costumes.

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A photograph of Ford Lee Locket and his mother.

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Two children dressed up for Charro Days.

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A photograph of a girl in a carriage during the 1939 Charro Days celebration in Brownsville, Texas. The carriage is attached to a goat.

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