18 items found
Collection ID is exactly "1" AND Collector or Fieldworker is exactly "Graham, Andrea"
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1984 Florida Folk Festival

1984 Florida Folk Festival

Date
1984-05-27
Description
One proof sheet with 20 black and white images. 1-15: Rodeo demonstration; 16-20: Cooking booth.
Collection
1985 July Fourth Celebration at the Stephen Foster Memorial

1985 July Fourth Celebration at the Stephen Foster Memorial

Date
1985-07-04
Description
Fourteen color slides. 1251-1254: Hunter Family, gospel singers of Green Cove Springs; 1255-1258: Shotgun Bluegrass, quartet from Palatka; 1259-1260: Suwannee River Fire Band, of Live Oak; 1261-1264: Rev. Brown of White Springs singing gospel.
Collection
Craft Demonstration Area at the 1985 Florida Folk Festival

Craft Demonstration Area at the 1985 Florida Folk Festival

Date
1985-05-26
Description
Eight color slides. 1200: Junior Mills making rugs; 1201-1204: Rug maker Nadia Michael; 1205-1207: Quilter Annie McCall.
Collection
Cross Creek Cloggers dancing at the 1984 Florida Folk Festival

Cross Creek Cloggers dancing at the 1984 Florida Folk Festival

Date
1984-05-27
Description
Two color slides. A dance troupe based in Gainesville. Clogging is a step-dance that is distinguished by metal plates worn on shoes that create a tap sound similar to that of tap dancers.
Collection
Epiphany Day Celebration in Tarpon Springs in 1985

Epiphany Day Celebration in Tarpon Springs in 1985

Date
1985-01-06
Description
Nine black and white images, plus negatives. Images of the Epiphany Day celebration held each 6 Janaury in Tarpon Springs, which boasts a large Greek American population. Images include sponge boats, people cooking lambs, dances, and Nicklis Olympic Restaurant. The Epiphany of Our Lord is a Chrisitan rite celebrated within the Eastern Orthodox faith. Epiphany is a Greek word meaning to make known, and refers to the visit of the Magi to Christ,thereby making him known to the world. It is the climax of the twelve days of Christmas.
Collection
Folklife Apprentice Tent at the 1985 Florida Folk Festival

Folklife Apprentice Tent at the 1985 Florida Folk Festival

Date
1985-05-26
Description
Seven color slides. 1193: Apprentice tent; 1194: Susie Billie and Agnes Cypress; 1195: George Pilatos playing tsabouna; 1196: Pilatos, Nikitas, Tony, and Debbie Tsimouris. 1197-1199: Kazuko Law -- Tamari (an ancient Japanese embroidery style).
Collection
Images of the 1984 Great Gulf Coast Arts Festival in Pensacola

Images of the 1984 Great Gulf Coast Arts Festival in Pensacola

Date
1984-11-04
Description
Thrity-two color slides. 769-773: Vera Sanders making quilts; 774-776: Hubert Whitworth displaying his cast nets; 777-778: Jim Archer making saddles; 779-780: example of Alma Watson's tatting; 781-784: the US Navy Steel Drum band performing; 785-788: Musicians of the Past program; 789-798: Razuko Law doing origami and Temari (tradional Japanese crafts).
Collection
Images of the 1984 Pioneer Days Folk Festival in Orlando

Images of the 1984 Pioneer Days Folk Festival in Orlando

Date
1984-11-28
Description
Eight color slides. 761-766: syrup making; 767-768: Moses Williams playing the diddly bow.
Collection
Images of the 1985 Fourth of July celebration

Images of the 1985 Fourth of July celebration

Date
1985-07-04
Description
One proof sheet with 18 black and white images(plus negatives. Performers at the annual old-time Fourth of July celebration at White Spring's Stephen Foster Memorial, including Seminole storyteller Jumper, the Gospel Harmoneers, and Shotgun Bluegarss. Folklorist Andrea Graham can be seen with Jumper.
Collection
Interview with Kathleen and Chanda Rondeau

Interview with Kathleen and Chanda Rondeau

Date
1984-05-05
Description
One audio cassette. Interview with Kathleen Rondeau and her daughter Chanda about learning stepdancing. Chanda worked as an apprentice with her mother. They discuss learning step dancing (jigs, horn pipes, and reels); immigration from Ireland; lack of Irish dancing in Florida; Irish dance music; and the Gaelic language. The Folk Arts Apprenticeship Program began in 1983 with a NEA grant of $22,000. The program provided an opportunity for master folk artists to share technical skills and cultural knowledge with apprentices in order to keep the tradition alive. Apprentices must have had some experience in the tradition and agreed to train for at least six months. The first project director was Blanton Owen, who was later replaced by folklorist Peter Roller. The program was continued each year through 2003.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
1984 Florida Folk Festival1984 Florida Folk FestivalStill ImageFolk festivals
Folklore revival festivals
Cooking and dining
Food preparation
Demonstrations
Rodeo
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1985 July Fourth Celebration at the Stephen Foster Memorial1985 July Fourth Celebration at the Stephen Foster MemorialStill ImageHolidays and festivals
Special events
Music performance
Bluegrass music
String bands
Gospel music
Religious music
Bluegrass musicians
Singers
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Craft Demonstration Area at the 1985 Florida Folk FestivalCraft Demonstration Area at the 1985 Florida Folk FestivalStill ImageFolk festivals
Folklore revival festivals
Rug making
Demonstrations
Rugs
Whip making
Whips
Quilting
Quilts
Craft
Rug makers
Quiltmakers
Whip maker
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Cross Creek Cloggers dancing at the 1984 Florida Folk FestivalCross Creek Cloggers dancing at the 1984 Florida Folk FestivalStill ImageFolk festivals
Folklore revival festivals
Performances
Performing arts
Clog dancing
Clogging
Stepdancing
Dancers
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Epiphany Day Celebration in Tarpon Springs in 1985Epiphany Day Celebration in Tarpon Springs in 1985Still ImageRestaurants
Boats and boating
Greek Americans
Christianity
Special events
Religion
Religious rites
Food preparation
Holidays and festivals
Folk dance
Dancers
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Folklife Apprentice Tent at the 1985 Florida Folk FestivalFolklife Apprentice Tent at the 1985 Florida Folk FestivalStill ImageFolk festivals
Folklore revival festivals
Apprentices
Tsabouna
Musicians
Musical instruments
Seminole Indians
Craft
Demonstrations
Greek Americans
Arts, Asian
Tamari
Embroidery
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Images of the 1984 Great Gulf Coast Arts Festival in PensacolaImages of the 1984 Great Gulf Coast Arts Festival in PensacolaStill ImageMaterial culture
Leather craft
Quilting
Domestic arts
Craft
Festivals
Folk festivals
Drums
Musicians
Netmaking
Origami
Asian American arts
Music performance
Arts, Asian
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Images of the 1984 Pioneer Days Folk Festival in OrlandoImages of the 1984 Pioneer Days Folk Festival in OrlandoStill ImageCane syrup
Cookery (syrups)
Syrups
Special events
Diddly bow
Musicians
Festivals
Folk festivals
Blues (Music)
Domestic arts
Equipment, domestic arts
Food preparation
String instruments
Music performance
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Images of the 1985 Fourth of July celebrationImages of the 1985 Fourth of July celebrationStill ImageHolidays
Holidays and festivals
Seminole Indians
Singing
Performers
Music performance
Performing arts
Storytellers
Storytelling
Gospel musicians
Fourth of July
Folklorists
Musical groups
Musicians
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a_s1640_03_tape05Interview with Kathleen and Chanda RondeauSoundFieldwork
Apprentices
Women apprentices
Interviews
Oral communication
Irish Americans
Irish dance
Dance
Reels
Jigs
Dance music
Irish language
Emigration and immigration
Teaching of folklore
Dancers
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