"THE FISHER-FOLK HANG OUT THEIR NETS for the annual procession in honor of Our Lady in the French seaport town of Boulogne. Thus they seek divine protection in their hazardous calling. The picture to the left shows nuns decorating a net with flowers. On the right is a little boy representing St. Anthony.
The procession was two miles long." (International Newsreel.) Source: "The Catholic World in Pictures", October 2, 1922.