1923 β Photographic group portrait of America’s Bird Whistling Chorus in Los Angeles. Four rows of women in light-colored dresses sit facing the camera, with one woman in a dark-colored dress to the right of center. A woman in the front row holds a conductor’s baton. The group is posed in front of an indistinguishable background, possibly a stage.
October 1, 1926 β Photographic group portrait of America’s Bird Whistling Chorus. The women of America’s Bird Whistling Chorus pose in four rows, two seated and two standing, in front of dark curtains. The surface on which they are posed is covered by flowered carpets. The women all wear pale dresses, some with long necklaces, and others with large corsage-like decorations.
March 19, 1928 β Photographic group portrait of America’s Bird Whistling Chorus at the Raymond Hotel in Pasadena. The women of America’s Bird Whistling Chorus stand in three rows along a stage at the Raymond Hotel. They are accompanied by a pianist who sits in the left foreground, and conducted by director Agnes Woodward who stands, facing them, in the center foreground. The women all wear pale dresses, and nearly all of them have bobbed hair.
November 1928 β Photographic group portrait of the women of America’s Bird Whistling Chorus in Los Angeles. Three rows of women of varying age stand facing the camera. The women all wear identical uniforms, which include a long scarf and a pleated skirt. The group is posed in a nondescript location, possibly on a stage.
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