Eagle-Star file photo

Capt. Victor Thedick of the Marinette Police Department issues cards signed by Chief James Krei authorizing students from the Marinette County University Campus (now UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus) to stage a parade in downtown Marinette Friday afternoon. Seven students started the march and were joined by three girls along the way. The demonstration was held with the avowed intention to show the public that not all demonstrations are bad. This photo was originally May 3, 1969.
Eagle-Star file photo Capt. Victor Thedick of the Marinette Police Department issues cards signed by Chief James Krei authorizing students from the Marinette County University Campus (now UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus) to stage a parade in downtown Marinette Friday afternoon. Seven students started the march and were joined by three girls along the way. The demonstration was held with the avowed intention to show the public that not all demonstrations are bad. This photo was originally May 3, 1969.

Capt. Victor Thedick of the Marinette Police Department issues cards signed by Chief James Krei authorizing students from the Marinette County University Campus (now UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus) to stage a parade in downtown Marinette Friday afternoon. Seven students started the march and were joined by three girls along the way. The demonstration was held with the avowed intention to show the public that not all demonstrations are bad.This photo was originally May 3, 1969.