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Esmont High School's A Cappella Choir, 1935-1936

Esmont High School's A Cappella Choir, 1935-1936

Name:  Esmont High School's A Cappella Choir

Date:  1935-1936

Image Number:  B401cdB27

Comments:  This Esmont High School a cappella choir, under the direction of Mr. Harry Washington, participated in a choir competition held in Petersburg, Virginia.  The following list of student, teacher, and parent names is keyed to the photo below:

Seated (left to right):
(1) Mr. Harry Washington, teacher and music director;  (2) Elizabeth Gardner
(3) Earl Nelson;  (4) Carrie Johnson;  (5) Bernice Sellers
(6) Margaret Irving;  (7) Eva Burton;  (8) Juanita Carey.

First row, standing (left to right):
(9) Susie Paige;  (10) Edith Spencer;  (11) Viola Thompkins
(12) Madolia Scott;  (13) Edith Brackett;  (14) Jettie Gardner
(15) Grace Monroe;  (16) Beatrice Harris.

Second row, standing (left to right):
(17) Erna Johnson;  (18) Margaret Johnson;  (19) Louise Johnson
(20) Thelma Brackett;  (21) Cora Carey;  (22) Bessie Carey
(23) Gladys Johnson.

Third row, standing (left to right):
(24) Paul Thomas;  (25) Lorenza Paige;  (26) William Johnson
(27) Archie Copeland;  (28) Rockwell Swingler;  (29) Joseph Scott
(30) Harry Freidman.

Fourth row, standing (left to right):
(31) Carol Thompkins;  (32) Lindsey Johnson;  (33) Charles Saylor
(34) Horace Scott;  (35) Bristol Monroe;  (36) Monroe Scott
(37) Nathaniel Saylor.

Fifth row, chaperones and parents (left to right):
(38) Mrs. Helen Southall (elementary teacher);  (39) Mrs. Georgianna Carey (parent); 
(40) Mrs. Mary Scott (elementary teacher) ;  (41) Mrs. Maggie Paige (parent); 
(42) Mrs. Martha Herring (elementary teacher).

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