Master tailor Mark Hutter (left) and apprentice Tim Logue demonstrate their craft in the Tailor Shop at Colonial Williamsburg in Williamsburg, Virginia. They are costumed but are not actors, but rather skilled tradesmen who explain their period craft to visitors. Colonial Williamsburg is the world's largest living-history museum, boasting more than 600 buildings (88 of them original 18th-Century) and more than 40 trades and demonstration sites.
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