14 May Mark Twain wreath-laying
Posted at 16:45h in Historical Exclusion & Public Commemoration
Description: Wreath-laying in commemoration of the anniversary of Mark Twain’s death. Children are costumed as characters from Twain’s works.
Theme: Historical Exclusion & Public Commemoration
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