Clark Wedding


Clark Wedding


Black and white image of a group of people standing outside of a house with the numbers `125' posted on the porch. In the center of the group a young couple holds hands; she wears a suit dress with a large corsage and he wears a boutonniere in his lapel buttonhole. Her shoulder-length hair is curly and brushed back away from her face. The group gathered around them range in age from babies to the elderly and appears to be a family gathering. Other than the name 'Keith Clark' on the back of the print, museum records do not identify this gathering, but it is included with a large number of other wedding photos that are part of the Herbert E. McMullen bequest. McMullen was a local photographer who also collected images of local life from other photographers.
[back] [pencil] Keith Clark, Jan. 8. 6 - 8x10. [pen] gloss 6.00.

Date Created

circa 1940s


gelatin silver prints






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