This is a parade in Birmingham. It is Christmas time, the trophy refers to something from one of the Panhellenic oragnizations, but it is difficult to tell which.
The best part about this picture is Schwobilt, Suits of the South.
Schwobilt dotted the southeast, founded in 1912 and based in Columbus, Ga., there were stores in Florida, Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi and maybe more. Most of what the internet has to say about Schwobilt are the obituaries of former managers and executives.
There's apparently some nice e-bay action for Schwobilt clothes hangers, though, and even a matchbook by the company, where the cover is custom-cut into a man's suit coat. An Atlanta ad asked you to ignore the price and think of the quality, sir.
Schwobilt was in the Clark Building in downtown Birmingham, which was rennovated at the turn of the century, and is now home to a law firm.
Thanks for the Schwobilt information is due in large part to Terry, a friend and a good Auburn man.