Description: JANUARY 2, 1965 APPROXIMATELY 100 FEET OF COLOR 16MM FILM. RUN TIME: 1:53. SHOWN IS THE FUNERAL OF HENRY CLARENCE SHANK" WILLIAMS, WHO DIED DECEMBER 30, 1964. MEMBERS OF THE YOUNG AND TRUE FRIENDS BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION, INCLUDING THEIR LADIES AUXILLIARY, AND THE EAGLE EYE AID & PLEASURE CLUB ARE SEEN IN FRONT OF THE SECOND FREE MISSION BAPTIST CHURCH AT 1228 BURDETTE STREET IN UPTOWN NEW ORLEANS. A PROCESSION IS SHOWN BRINGING THE CASKET OUT OF THE CHURCH AND SEVERAL BRASS BAND MEMBERS ARE SEEN, INCLUDING PETER BOCAGE AND PERCY HUMPHREY."
Keywords: marching band
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