Black and white image of square dancers in a grange hall. The men walk in close circular formation in the middle of the various 'squares,' while the women watch. Most of the women wear long, full, tiered skirts and short-sleeved blouses. Some of the men wear Western-style shirts. The caller can be seen at a microphone in the back left of the room. A plaque just visible above the curtain masking the stage opening reads 'P of H,' for 'Patrons of Husbandry.'
gelatin silver prints
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