Elaine Joy Mahaffie holds up a scrapbook with a photograph of her Daffodil Queen float. Mahaffie was a crowned Puyallup Daffodil Queen in 1951. According to articles printed by The News Tribune, there were 15 million daffodils used throughout the entirety of that festival.
Elaine Joy Mahaffie holds up a scrapbook with a photograph of her Daffodil Queen float. Mahaffie was a crowned Puyallup Daffodil Queen in 1951. According to articles printed by The News Tribune, there were 15 million daffodils used throughout the entirety of that festival. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com
Elaine Joy Mahaffie holds up a scrapbook with a photograph of her Daffodil Queen float. Mahaffie was a crowned Puyallup Daffodil Queen in 1951. According to articles printed by The News Tribune, there were 15 million daffodils used throughout the entirety of that festival. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com

1951 Daffodil Queen looks back at reign, parade

April 05, 2017 09:37 AM

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