This gelatin silver print on card mount was taken by an unidentified photographer in July 1906. The photograph shows the Leadville Elks Lodge marching in the Elks parade in Denver, Colorado. This parade was one of the largest, with 7,289 Elks participating, as well as 350 women and 28 bands. The parade was held to celebrate the end of the Elks national reunion. The Leadville Elks Lodge won 3rd place for best appearance in line, while marching. In front of the marching men, a man holds a sign that reads "B.P.O.E No. 236, Leadville Colo." and on the left side of the street a sign advertises "Beer." The Brown Palace Hotel is visible in the background.