3 items found
Collection ID is exactly "1" AND Tradition Bearer is exactly "Attaway, Ruth"
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Building bateau boats

Building bateau boats

Date
1989-01
Description
Ten color slides. Photos of the Attaways -- a married couple -- building a bateau boat, also known as a john boat.
Collection
Forest Industries in North Florida

Forest Industries in North Florida

Date
Description
Two proof sheets with negatives. Located in envelope #3. Proof sheet 1: 5-10: Split oak baskets by Ann Prescott, of Chipley; 11-17: Stanton Church furniture in Chipley; 18-34: Johnboat by Fred and Ruth Attaway, of Altha Florida; 35-36: Fred Attaway. Proof sheet 2: 4-37: Jack Carr of Lynn Haven making fishing lures. Date: January 1989.
Collection
Ruth and Fred Attaway interview for the Forest Industries Project

Ruth and Fred Attaway interview for the Forest Industries Project

Date
1989-01-18
Description
One audio cassette. Ruth Attaway, and her husband Fred discuss building Bateau (Jon) boats. Recorded at their home.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
Building bateau boatsBuilding bateau boatsStill ImageBoatbuilders
Boatbuilding
Boats and boating
Maritime life
Material culture
Carpentry
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Forest Industries in North FloridaForest Industries in North FloridaStill ImageBasket maker
Boatbuilders
Artisans
Basket making
Baskets
White oak
Containers
Material culture
Boats
Johnboats
Boatbuilding
Woodwork
Fishing lures
Fishing tackle
Fishing Equipment and supplies
Furniture
Churches
Church buildings
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a_s1625_05_tape08Ruth and Fred Attaway interview for the Forest Industries ProjectSoundBoatbuilding
Interviews
Seafaring life
Oral histories
Occupational folklore
Field recordings
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