Elephants on Parade Tom Faces & Places of Yesterday Thu Oct 25th, 2012 3 Comments Clearly, this is not something you will see today … or, is it? December 5, 1923. Probably Washington, D.C. 4×5 glass negative, National Photo Company Collection, Library of Congress. Amazon.com Widgets email You may also like...American University Campus in 1899Willard Service Station at 19th and L StreetsFood Truck Friday Circa 1928Oregon Trail Passes Through Washington1909-1923. “Monument & basin.” National Photo...D.C. PastUp a Tree: 1921Shorpy Historical Photo Archive - Vintage Fine Art PrintsFor the Ladies: 1905Shorpy Historical Photo Archive - Vintage Fine Art PrintsPicket Fences: 1920Shorpy Historical Photo Archive - Vintage Fine Art Prints Tags 1920s, elephants, Pennsylvania Ave. NW Ayanna Not only would you not see this today, you wouldn’t see this at the National zoo! http://www.facebook.com/mark.collins.7773 Mark Collins I have a question. Are the newspapers you’re using digitilized? You have some great sources. Just wondering. TY Sarah There is still an elephant parade every year when the circus comes to town. They walk them over to the Verizon Center, accompanied by clowns.