|Florida Heritage Award winner Myrtle Dudley||Florida Heritage Award winner Myrtle Dudley||Still Image||Awards|
|Myrtle Dudley at the Dudley Family Farm||Myrtle Dudley at the Dudley Family Farm||Still Image||Folklife|
Myrtle Dudley at the Dudley Family Farm
- Eight color slides. Myrtle Dudley lived on the Dudley family farm in Newberry, Florida. The Dudleys were a pioneer family that originally built the farm in the 1850s. In 1983, Ms. Dudley donated the farm complex to the Florida Park Service. She lived on-site until her death in 1996. Images taken for research for the 1991 Florida Folk festival.
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Presentation of the Florida Heritage Awards at the 1991 Florida Folk Festival (Old Marble Stage)
- One reel to reel recording. Walker served as the emcee. Folklorist Ormond Loomis and David Jumper presented Florida Folk Heritage Awards to Dudley (accepted by Susan Dees), Singleton (accepted by Dean Singleton), Pellicer (accepted by Patricia Danahey), May, and Sanchez. The Florida Folk Heritage Awards were given to significant Florida Folk artists and advocates. Recipients are chosen by the Florida Folklife Council, and given out by the Secretary of State's office.