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  • Backstage Gabe

    Peanuts Snoopy at Macys Thanksgiving Day Parade in Black and White Photography

  • Rachel Ethridge

    NYC Macy's day parade window view

  • La Recouze

    Snoopy Balloon at the Thanksgiving Day Parade. Photo by Elliott Erwitt / Central Park West New York City

  • Die Informantin

    Snoopy through the window of the Macys Thanksgiving Day Parade, 1988 Elliott Erwitt

  • The New School

    Vintage New York City Thanksgiving Day Parade by Elliott Erwitt, 1988

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