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The Veterans.

The procession, headed by the Stonewall band playing Dixie, began and ended by volunteers and veterans alike reversing arms, or with uncovered heads reverentially in passing. The splendid Maryland bands played ‘Maryland, My Maryland,’ as they passed, and at the last the volunteers filed right and left in front of the house to allow all the veteran organizations to pass between. Lee Camp passed, and with raised hats and bowed heads marched slowly by, followed by the ‘Sons of Veterans,’ who did likewise.

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