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Photograph depicting a 1917 St. Patrick's Day procession with men carrying a St. Patrick's Day banner bearing a medieval-style design.

Men, women, and children marching with Ancient Order of Foresters banners prior to arriving at the Belair National Park. About the Ancient Order of Foresters: The Ancient Order of Foresters originated in England in the mid-eighteenth century, with…

Wood Engraving by Frederick Grosse (1866) depicting the 1866 procession which started at the Trades Hall, Carlton and finished at the North Botanical Gardens, celebrating the 10th anniversary of the eight hours movement.

Photograph portraying a 1912 parade celebrating the Eight Hour Day. Trade unionists are in the parade showing their support by bearing a medieval inspired banner. Some historians consider trade unions to be the successors of medieval guilds.

An image of crowds of people gathered on Queen Street in Brisbane, QLD to watch the floats in a St. Patrick's Day parade. Processions with banners were a feature of the later medieval period. The banner for the St Patrick's day procession also…

This article written by the Australian Broadcasting Commission in 2010 displays a collection of primary source materials pertaining to the Australian Federation Parade in Sydney in 1901. Of particular interest are the groups of people present…

Procession halted in front of the Toowoomba Hall. Labor Day parade celebrates the eight hour working day. Processions with banners were a feature of the later medieval period. The metalworkers' banner has a medieval predecessor in the banners used by…