MARCH 8-9, 1916/THE DAILY HERALDA century ago, the 1916 Mardi Gras was March 7, and The Daily Herald wrote about the two cities that staged parades that day. This was the fifth year for Biloxi to have 'official' parades organized by what was then The Biloxi Carnival Association.
MARCH 8-9, 1916/THE DAILY HERALDA century ago, the 1916 Mardi Gras was March 7, and The Daily Herald wrote about the two cities that staged parades that day. This was the fifth year for Biloxi to have 'official' parades organized by what was then The Biloxi Carnival Association.
MARCH 8-9, 1916/THE DAILY HERALDA century ago, the 1916 Mardi Gras was March 7, and The Daily Herald wrote about the two cities that staged parades that day. This was the fifth year for Biloxi to have 'official' parades organized by what was then The Biloxi Carnival Association.

A glimpse at Mardi Gras on the Coast 1916

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