|Title||First Presbyterian Church Oyster Supper|
|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
Black and white photograph of Caucasian men and women attending an oyster banquet at the First Presbyterian Church in Auburn. Group of approximately 65 individuals are seated in the church sanctuary at banquet tables decorated with flowers and fruit. Two men near the center of the group wear white hats and aprons. Most of the members of the group are adults, but a few children and infants can be seen. Behind the group, portions of the front of the sanctuary and the altar can be seen. To the right is a light-colored banner on a stand. Above the group, three gas or electric lights hang from the ceiling, one of which is lit.
Inscription on the back of the photo reads: "Men cooked and served oyster supper to spark membership drive." Reverend Chalmers Gunn is listed as appearing in this photograph, but is not identified.
|Credit Line||White River Valley Museum Collection, Gift of Mattie Wilder.|
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