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Portrait of Congregational Church Choir of Portland

Group portrait featuring 8 people standing in 2 rows. Four men sit in the front row while 4 women stand behind them. Handwritten note enclosed with the image reads, "Mrs. A. R. Shipley, Mrs. P. B. Chamberlain, Miss Elizabeth Failing (Mrs. Conner), Mrs. Leland, Mr. Shipley, Mr. J. B. Wyatt, Mr. Harley McDonald, T. B. Trevett. Choir at Congregational Church in about 1855, Portland, Oregon." Legacy collection records indicate that Mr. and Mrs. Adam Rudolph Shipley was Celinda Hines, the niece of Gustavus and Harvey Hines and daughter of Obediah Hines. Case is made of wood and pressed leather.

Group portrait of congregational church choir in Portland, Oregon

Cased photograph featuring a group portrait of 17 members of a congregational church choir. The group includes men and women, all standing and looking at the camera. The men wear suits while the women wear dresses. Case is missing and has been replaced with archival board. Typed note on the envelope reads, "Congregational Choir, Portland 1855." Below this note, two columns list the names of those pictured.
The first column reads:

  1. Henry L. Hoyt
  2. A. R. Shipley
  3. Harley McDonald
  4. ...
  5. James B. Wyatt, Organizer & Leader
  6. ...
  7. Thomas A. Savier
  8. ...
    The second column reads:
  9. Mrs. E. B. Comfort
  10. Mrs. Helen Burton
  11. Mrs. A. R. Shipley
  12. Miss Lizzie Failing
  13. Sarah Abrams
  14. Mrs. P. B. Chamberlain, wife of second pastor of Congregationalist church
  15. Mrs. Lenora Blossom
  16. Mrs. Alonzo Leland
  17. Mrs. ... Pine