The last picture shows that there were more there than at Trump's inauguration.... so an alternative fact might be that there were well over 400,000 out on the street in celebration and obviously just as many at the links
Back in the days before social media I used to keep scrap books ... I still have 4 of them covering Hibs seasons 76/77 .. 77/78 .. 83/84 and 84/85. There could be more, but I cant find them.
I cant scan them, but they are packed with stickers, photos and match reports of every game for those seasons. I've just dug them out and a quick skim through showed some interesting stuff like Rangers v Hibs at Ibrox with a crowd of 16,000 in March 84 or a crowd of 15,000 for Celtic v Hibs at Celtic park in March 84 ... it seems the greatest fans in the world weren't so great when their team wasn't doing well
Also in January 1985 Hibs chairman Kenny Waugh was in the papers denying he was about to sell the club to some guy called 'Tom Farmer'
Amusingly given current events, in February 1985 Hibs were kicking up a stink about a Hearts fanzine that had published disparaging pen pictures of the Hibs squad and staff .... with Hearts chairman Wallace Mercer apologising for it and making it clear Hearts had nothing to do with it
I would be happy to pass on the scrapbooks to any Hibs historian who wants them, I'm sure there will be content in them you cant source any more.
As a bairn my bedroom walls and roof were covered completely with Hibs posters and cuttings from programmes and the Evening News! Basically chronicling the Alex Miller years!