Description: APRIL 1968 APPROXIMATELY 100' OF COLOR, 16MM FILM. RUN TIME: 00:03:00. SHOWN FIRST IS POORLY EXPOSED SECOND LINE DANCING FOLLOWED BY PEOPLE, INCLUDING A MASONIC GROUP, COMING OUT OF THE ST. PAUL BAPTIST CHURCH WITH A CASKET. THE CASKET IS PUT INTO A HEARSE AND THE TUXEDO BRASS BAND LEADS A SLOW MARCH THAT ALSO INCLUDES THE LADIES AUXILLARY GROUP, DRESSED ALL IN WHITE, IN A PROCESSION.
Keywords: marching band
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