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Shiloh Melody Chorus

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Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

Installation of the Shiloh Melody Chorus hangs above in banner fashion among twenty-two people of which two are young female children, seventeen are matured women, and three are adult males all dressed elegantly in fine clothes - dresses for the women and suit and ties for the men. Three older women are seated in the front row accompanied by two female children standing up, one on the left and one on the right. To the left of the photo a chalkboard hangs on the wall with these markings: 350, [illegible], 515 long, 355, 86RR8, 67.89.