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Bandurist Youth Group, Chicago, Illinois; Danish Singing Society; project photographer Jonas Dovydenas, Chicago, Illinois

Bandurist Youth Group, Chicago, Illinois; Danish Singing Society; project photographer Jonas Dovydenas, Chicago, Illinois

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Online digital image numbers may be offset by 1 or 2 digits from the film negative frame numbers.
Film negative frame numbers, descriptions: 0-4a, solo player in Bandurist Youth Group, the field documentation does not make clear if this is St. Volodymyr Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral (probably) or Sts Volodymyr and Olha Ukrainian Catholic Church; 5-17, Danish Singing Society Harmonien rehearsing at Normennernes Singing Society Hall, 2414 N. Kedzie Blvd, Logan Square, led by Wayne Spies; 18, Peder Larsen (president), Holger Morch and unidentified listen to playback; 19-27, smorrebrod (o with stroke), Danish sandwiches at banquet in basement after rehearsal; 19-20, Wayne Spies, 2nd from left; Pedar Larsen, far right; 22, Wayne Spies, left; Peder Larsen, 2nd from right; 25, Peder Larsen, left at far end of table; Wayne Spies, far end of right side of table; 26-27a, Peter Larsen, right; 28-35, project photographer Jonas Dovydenas editing pictures at home.







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