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As New York City’s famed Fighting Irish Regiment, the 165th, swung into parade action along Fifth Avenue, two huge Irish wolfhounds, complete with green blankets, set the pace in New York, March 17, 1956. The hounds, Patrick O’Brien, and Ch. McGillacuddy, appear as if parade is old hat to them they’re mascots of the regiment. An estimated 120,000 persons took part in the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade, the 120th anniversary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in America. The scene is at Fifth Avenue and 55th Street. (AP Photo/John Lindsay)

Marchers in the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade in New York City on March 17, 1956 cast long shadows in front of them as the afternoon sun beams from a clear, bright sky. While many sections of New York State were still snow covered, including more than four inches in New York City, the city’s sanitation department the commissioner’s name is Andrew W. Mulrain saw to it that Fifth Avenue, with its green dividing line, was clear and crisp. Mulrain is head of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in New York. This picture was made looking south on Fifth Avenue from a spot just north of 49th Street. (AP Photo/John Lindsay)

Anne Maguire, center, spokesperson for the Irish Lesbian and Gay Organization, speaks to the press on the steps of the New York Public Library along Fifth Ave where she announced the group’s plans for the upcoming St. Patrick’s Day parade, Wednesday, March 15, 1995, New York. Irish American homosexuals vowed to hold a march protesting their exclusion from the parade, despite a federal judge’s refusal to grant them a permit for the demonstration. The parade will step off on New York’s Fifth Ave. Friday, March 17,
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1995. (AP Photo/Marty Lederhandler)

As New York City’s famed Fighting Irish Regiment, the 165th, swung into parade action along Fifth Avenue, two huge Irish wolfhounds, complete with green blankets, set the pace in New York, March 17, 1956. The hounds, Patrick O’Brien, and Ch. McGillacuddy, appear as if parade is old hat to them they’re mascots of the regiment. An estimated 120,000 persons took part in the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade, the 120th anniversary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in America. The scene is at Fifth Avenue and 55th Street. (AP Photo/John Lindsay)

Marchers in the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade in New York City on March 17, 1956 cast long shadows in front of them as the afternoon sun beams from a clear, bright sky. While many sections of New York State were still snow covered, including more than four inches in New York City, the city’s sanitation department the commissioner’s name is Andrew W. Mulrain saw to it that Fifth Avenue, with its green dividing line, was clear and crisp. Mulrain is head of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in New York. This picture was made looking south on Fifth Avenue from a spot just north of 49th Street. (AP Photo/John Lindsay)

Anne Maguire, center, spokesperson for the Irish Lesbian and Gay Organization, speaks to the press on the steps of the New York Public Library along Fifth Ave where she announced the group’s plans for the upcoming St. Patrick’s Day parade, Wednesday, March 15, 1995, New York. Irish American homosexuals vowed to hold a march protesting their exclusion from the parade, despite a federal judge’s refusal to grant them a permit for the demonstration. The parade will step off on New York’s Fifth Ave. Friday, March 17,
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1995. (AP Photo/Marty Lederhandler)