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Choir singing

By O. James Fox


A choir, predominately women, is shown singing. They are wearing dark robes with sleeves that fold back to reveal a lining matching the stolls on the robes. They are holding their music open. A young woman is pictured in the foreground, not singing and wearing a different robe. There are decorations on the walls behind the choir. The lower right corner of the photograph is damaged

Topics: African Americans--Women--Indiana--Indianapolis; Choirs (Music); Singing--Indiana--Indianapolis
Publisher: Indiana Historical Society
Year: 1945
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