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A B&W postcard image of the C.L. Chambers Cheese Day Float. Their sign reads: "Yes! We Stand Behind Every Bed We Sell." The year is unknown.

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The United States Navy Band marches in a 1970’s Cheese Days parade in Monroe, WI.

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A man in a top hat drives a Cheese Day float, with two girls holding umbrellas in the back. Unfortunately, the sign is blocked, and the year of this Cheese Day remains a mystery.

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A 1923 Cheese Day float, with a sign stating: “For Quick Service Call R.W. Humphrey Co.”

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Royal Neighbors riding in the 1915 Cheese Day parade.

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Emanuel L. Philipp, Governor of Wisconsin, en route to the speakers' podium at the 1915 Cheese Day.

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The auto section of the Cheese Day parade in 1915.

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The 1923 Cheese Day float from the Jacob Marty Co. Wholesale Cheese Dealers in Brodhead, WI.

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The very first Cheese Day Queen, Marion Burgy, of Monticello, WI, 1923.

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Fred Lanz Hardware and Ammunition Float, Cheese Day, 1923.
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