As we type this, we’re watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on TV. It’s funny, but though we reside no more than a fifteen-minute walk from Macy’s, where the parade ends (and where all the lip-synced performances we see on television occur), we’ve never made it over to watch the parade in person.
Call us sticks in the mud.
Anyway, as we watched, we got to thinking about the history of the parade, and we wondered if there was any available footage of the event from back in the day.
Turns out, there is, indeed, so we’re sharing it with you below. Enjoy time-traveling to the 1930s to see the parade as it once was.
Happy Thanksgiving to Cladrite Radio readers and listeners everywhere. We’re thankful for each and every one of you.