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Fieldwork images from the Florida Home Radio Project

Fieldwork images from the Florida Home Radio Project

Date
1981-11-05
Description
One proof sheet with 34 black and white images (plus negatives). Various images of Florida Radio Project. Image 1 is Ida Goodson in her kitchen (Pensacola). Images 2-10 are Goodson signing with the Morning Star Missionary Baptist Choir (Pensacola). Image 11 is of trombonist Jimmy Cox being interviewed in his home in Pensacola. Images 12 through 28 are of Dewey Martin making baskets at the Great Gulf Coast Arts Festival in Pensacola. Images 29-34 are of Medicine show performer Art (Doc) Miller and his wife beside their mail box in Starke, Florida.
Collection
Florida Home radio series: Humorists and Health Evangelists (Pre-master copy)

Florida Home radio series: Humorists and Health Evangelists (Pre-master copy)

Date
1981
Description
One audio cassette. A documentary program for a radio program entitled "Humorists and Health Evangelists" for the radio series "Florida Home." Includes interviews with and performances by ventriloquists, pitchmen, and performers for medicine shows and other travelling shows, including Bob and Mae Noell, Bunny Bartok, Mary McClain, Ward Hall, and Wayne Murray. Also features commentary and historical background and analysis by a narrator.
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Florida Home radio series: Showtown USA (Pre-master copy)

Florida Home radio series: Showtown USA (Pre-master copy)

Date
1981
Description
Four audio cassettes. AA "pre-master copy" recorded for the radio show documentary series. Includes excerpts of interviews with travelling show performers including Joe McKennon, Ward Hall, Bill Rogers, Mary McClain, and Eric Addams.
Collection
Florida Home: Everyday Treasure

Florida Home: Everyday Treasure

Date
1985
Description
One audio cassette (and one duplicate). Part six of a six-part radio series produced by the Florida Folklife Program and WJCT-FM (Jacksonville) that explored traditional arts and culture in Florida. This episode dealt with folklife and the study of traditions.
Collection
Florida Home: Humorists and Health Evangelists

Florida Home: Humorists and Health Evangelists

Date
1985
Description
One audio cassette (Duplicate located in S 1576, box 37, tape 21.) Part one of a six-part radio series produced by the Florida Folklife Program and WJCT-FM (Jacksonville) that explored traditional arts and culture in Florida. This episode dealt with medicine shows.
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Florida Home: I Started With the Blues

Florida Home: I Started With the Blues

Date
1985
Description
One audio cassette. (Duplicates located in S 1576, box 37, tapes 24 & 25.) Part three of a six-part radio series produced by the Florida Folklife Program and WJCT-FM (Jacksonville) that explored traditional arts and culture in Florida. This episode dealt with minstrel shows and the blues.
Collection
Florida Home: Sauna and Sisu

Florida Home: Sauna and Sisu

Date
1985
Description
One audio cassette. (Duplicate located in S 1576, box 37, tape 26.) Part four of a six-part radio series produced by the Florida Folklife Program and WJCT-FM (Jacksonville) that explored traditional arts and culture in Florida. This episode dealt with Finnish American communities.
Collection
Florida Home: Showtown USA

Florida Home: Showtown USA

Date
1985
Description
One audio cassette. (Duplicates located in S 1576, box 37, tapes 22 & 23.) Part two of a six-part radio series produced by the Florida Folklife Program and WJCT-FM (Jacksonville) that explored traditional arts and culture in Florida. This episode dealt with circuses and other traveling shows.
Collection
Florida Home: The Music You Have Inside

Florida Home: The Music You Have Inside

Date
1985
Description
One audio cassette (and one duplicate). Part five of a six-part radio series produced by the Florida Folklife Program and WJCT-FM (Jacksonville) that explored traditional arts and culture in Florida. This episode dealt with music of Caribbean immigrants.
Collection
Interview with blues singer Mary McClain

Interview with blues singer Mary McClain

Date
1982-08-05
Description
Two reel to reels. Known as Diamond Teeth Mary for the jewels she placed in her teeth in the 1940s, Mary was born in West Virginia, and always claimed to be the half sister of fellow blues singer Bessie Smith. In 1918, she moved to Florida's Gulf Coast. During her later years, she lived in Bradenton, Florida. Although McClain was a popular performer in the 1920s and 1930s, she stopped performing the blues for many years. She was rediscovered by the Florida Folklife Program in the 1980s. In 1986, she won the Florida Folk Heritage Award in 1986. She died on 4 April 2000. In the interview, she discusses the start of her career; blues music; various groups she performed with; performing with George Burns, Bessie Smith, and Sarah Vaughan; minstrel shows; her family history; her conversion to Christianity in 1962; and her work in churches. Copied on audiocassettes C83-24 and C83-25. Material used for the public radio program, Florida Home: I Started With the Blues. Copies of the programs can be found on C85-16.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
Fieldwork images from the Florida Home Radio ProjectFieldwork images from the Florida Home Radio ProjectStill ImagePianists
Basket maker
Fieldwork
African Americans
Medicine shows
Women jazz musicians
Singers
Basket making
Entertainers
Basketry
Baskets
Choirs (music)
Mailboxes
Choruses
Jazz musicians
Performers
Trombonists
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a_s1576_10_c83-085Florida Home radio series: Humorists and Health Evangelists (Pre-master copy)SoundPerformers
Entertainers
Singers
Ventriloquists
Music performance
Ventriloquism
Humor
Jokes
Medicine shows
Comedians
Performing arts
Radio programs
Documentaries Radio
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a_s1576_10_c83-086Florida Home radio series: Showtown USA (Pre-master copy)SoundPerformers
Entertainers
Singers
Music performance
Traveling shows
Humor
Jokes
Medicine shows
Traveling theater
Performing arts
Radio programs
Documentaries Radio
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a_s1576_37_tape29Florida Home: Everyday TreasureSoundFieldwork
Public radio
Radio
Radio programs
Interviews
Folklife
Folklore
Folklorists
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a_s1576_16_c85-015Florida Home: Humorists and Health EvangelistsSoundPublic radio
Radio
Radio programs
Interviews
Entertainment
Performing arts
Medicine shows
Performers
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a_s1576_16_c85-016Florida Home: I Started With the BluesSoundPianists
Public radio
Radio
Radio programs
Interviews
Blues (Music)
Performing arts
Piano music (Blues)
Blues singers
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a_s1576_16_c85-017Florida Home: Sauna and SisuSoundFinnish Americans
Public radio
Radio
Radio programs
Interviews
Emigration and immigration
Arts, Finnish
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a_s1576_16_c85-014Florida Home: Showtown USASoundPublic radio
Radio
Radio programs
Interviews
Entertainment
Circus
Circus performers
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a_s1576_37_tape27Florida Home: The Music You Have InsideSoundMusicians
Latinos
Public radio
Radio
Radio programs
Interviews
Entertainment
Music Latin America
Emigration and immigration
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a_s1576_t82-033Interview with blues singer Mary McClainSoundFieldwork
Interviews
Oral histories
Life histories
Personal experience narratives
African Americans
Music business
Blues (Music)
Performing arts
Singing
Religion
Christianity
Gospel (Black)
Gospel music
Traveling theater
Minstrel shows
Family history
Performers
Blues singers
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