Photo, Print, Drawing Image 30 of Wedding of Sopheap Kuth and Pen Hing at the home of Pen Hing's mother, Mrs. Chounn Chen, Lowell, Massachusetts

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About this Item

Title
Wedding of Sopheap Kuth and Pen Hing at the home of Pen Hing's mother, Mrs. Chounn Chen, Lowell, Massachusetts
Contributor Names
Lueders-Booth, John, 1935- (Research team member)
DeNatale, Douglas (Research team member)
Taylor, David Alan, 1951- (Photographer)
Created / Published
September 27, 1987
Subject Headings
-  Folklore--Massachusetts
-  Photographs
-  Ethnography
-  Documentary photographs
-  United States -- Massachusetts -- Lowell
Genre
Photographs
Ethnography
Documentary photographs
Notes
-  Index data: These photos document the second day of a two-day Cambodian wedding held at the home of Mrs. Chhoun Chen, 20 N. Franklin Street, Lowell, Massachusetts. Mrs. Chhoun's daughter, Pen Hing is the bride, Sopheap Muth is the groom. 1, Female singer, Sarann Kong; 2-6, Wedding guests tie hands of bride and groom together; 7-8, Bride and groom hold ceremonial sword while hands are tied together; 9-12, Wedding guests tie hands of bride and groom together; 13, Bride and groom; 14-18, Wedding guests tie hands of bride and groom together; 19-21, Wedding guest, Sirik Seng (who served as wedding photographer), ties hands of bride and groom together; 22-23, Wedding guests tie hands of bride and groom together; 24-27, Wedding guest, Saravuth Kao (left), ties hands of bride and groom together; 28-31, Bride and groom; 32, Groom photographed in bedroom after ceremony; 33-34, Bride and groom photographed in bedroom after phase of ceremony; 35-37, Male singer, Sarin Kim, and female singer, Sarann Kong, perform pantomime.
Medium
35 mm black-and-white film negatives
Call Number/Physical Location
Call number: AFC 1987/042: LFP-DT-241
Source Collection
Lowell Folklife Project collection (AFC 1987/042)
Repository
American Folklife Center
Language
English
Online Format
image
IIIF Presentation Manifest
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Chicago citation style:

Lueders-Booth, John, Douglas Denatale, and David Alan Taylor. Wedding of Sopheap Kuth and Pen Hing at the home of Pen Hing's mother, Mrs. Chounn Chen, Lowell, Massachusetts. Lowell Massachusetts United States, 1987. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/afc1987042_dt_241/.

APA citation style:

Lueders-Booth, J., Denatale, D. & Taylor, D. A. (1987) Wedding of Sopheap Kuth and Pen Hing at the home of Pen Hing's mother, Mrs. Chounn Chen, Lowell, Massachusetts. Lowell Massachusetts United States, 1987. [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/afc1987042_dt_241/.

MLA citation style:

Lueders-Booth, John, Douglas Denatale, and David Alan Taylor. Wedding of Sopheap Kuth and Pen Hing at the home of Pen Hing's mother, Mrs. Chounn Chen, Lowell, Massachusetts. Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/afc1987042_dt_241/>.

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