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    Mickey Mouse’s First appearance in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade, NYC, 1934.

    • Slywitchs Out

      1934 - Mickey Mouse’s First appearance in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade, NYC Pinned here for EMILY!!!

    • heyliana flores

      Mickey Mouse’s First appearance in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade, NYC, 1934. #photography #vintage #disney #mickeymouse

    • Ca P.

      Mickey Mouse’s first appearance in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade -- New York City, 1934.

    • Laura S

      Mickey Mouse Makes His First appearance in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade, 1934. #nyc #ny

    • Ayrton Senna - Brasil

      Primeira aparição de Mickey Mouse na Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade, Nova Iorque, 1934.

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      #mickeymouse #macysthanksgivingdayparade #1934 #nyc #macys #thanksgiving #parades

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