3 items found
Collection ID is exactly "1" AND Tradition Bearer is exactly "Cooper, Sadie Bell, 1898-1999"
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Duplicate images from the Folk Arts in the Schools project (Columbia County)

Duplicate images from the Folk Arts in the Schools project (Columbia County)

Date
1982
Description
Five black and white negatives. These are duplicates of slides from the Folk Arts in the Schools project for Columbia County. (S82-1215 -- chair maker Whisnant; S82-1155 & S82-1156 -- quilter Mebelen Holloway; S82-1186 -- storyteller Cooper; S82-1282 -- Suwannee River Crafts Guild.) The Folk Arts in Schools Project in Columbia and Hamilton County was a joint venture between the county school systems and the Florida Folklife Program. The project consisted of field research to identify local traditions and folk artists, and in-school programs conducted by a folklorist and traditionalist, which included visits by local folk artists.
Collection
National Public Radio (NPR) recording Florida folklife

National Public Radio (NPR) recording Florida folklife

Date
1982-03-16
Description
Three black and white prints (plus negatives). Images of NPR journalists Berger and Epstein (seen with recording equipment). Berger worked for NPR for over twenty years. She had a BA from Bryn Mawr, and journalism masters for the University of Missouri. In 1999, she joined the American Jewish Committee. A former blues performer, Sadie Cooper stopped singing blues songs in the 1920s, and performed only religious songs from then on. She participated in the Folklife program by demonstrating to students how to make brooms and herbal cures. The Folk Arts in Schools Project in Columbia and Hamilton County was a joint venture between the county school systems and the Florida Folklife Program. The project consisted of field research to identify local traditions and folk artists, and in-school programs conducted by a folklorist and traditionalist, which included visits by local folk artists.
Collection
Sadie Bell Cooper teaching North Florida traditions at Melrose Park Elementary School

Sadie Bell Cooper teaching North Florida traditions at Melrose Park Elementary School

Date
1982-02-04
Description
Sixteen color slides. Cooper spoke to a class about making brooms, herbs for medicines, and told stories. A former blues performer, she stopped singing blues songs in the 1920s, and performed only religious songs from then on. The Folk Arts in Schools Project in Columbia and Hamilton County was a joint venture between the county school systems and the Florida Folklife Program. The project consisted of field research to identify local traditions and folk artists, and in-school programs conducted by a folklorist and traditionalist, which included visits by local folk artists.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
Duplicate images from the Folk Arts in the Schools project (Columbia County)Duplicate images from the Folk Arts in the Schools project (Columbia County)Still ImageQuiltmakers
Needleworkers
Furniture maker
Chair-makers
Fieldwork
Quilting
Quilts
Material culture
Decorative arts
Needlework
Furniture
Furniture makers
Demonstrations
Storytellers
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National Public Radio (NPR) recording Florida folklifeNational Public Radio (NPR) recording Florida folklifeStill ImageJournalists
Broom makers
Fieldwork
Interviewing
Sound recording
Microphone
Recording equipment
Documentaries Radio
Public radio
African Americans
Radio broadcasters
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Sadie Bell Cooper teaching North Florida traditions at Melrose Park Elementary SchoolSadie Bell Cooper teaching North Florida traditions at Melrose Park Elementary SchoolStill ImageBroom makers
Herbalists
Mason
Education
Elementary schools
Teaching of folklore
Classrooms
Children
Students
Demonstrations
Broom making
African Americans
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