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Collection ID is exactly "1" AND Tradition Bearer is exactly "Johnson, Cecil"
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Boat tours at Homosassa Springs

Boat tours at Homosassa Springs

Date
1980-10
Description
Forty-two color slides. Images of Homosassa Springs boat tours and drivers. Homosassa Springs has been a tourist attraction since the 1920s. The incarnation of the attraction seen in these images dates from the 1960s. (The area is now a Florida state park.) Images are of the boat drivers ( Richard Strube, Cecil Johnson and Raymond Thompson) and the facilties, springs, fish, and tourists. Recordings of these tours can be found in S 1576, box 5.
Collection
Interviews and recordings of Homosassa Springs tour boat drivers

Interviews and recordings of Homosassa Springs tour boat drivers

Date
1981-07-30
Description
Two audio cassettes. C81-34 consists of a recording of Strube's boat tour. The second tape (C81-35) features Strube and ther drivers discussing their tours and the park. The tour guides discuss the park's natural foliage, plus the birds, a hippopotamus, crocodiles, and other animals that also make up the park.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
Boat tours at Homosassa SpringsBoat tours at Homosassa SpringsStill ImageTourists
Tourism
Ecotourism
African Americans
Springs
Boat drivers
Boat driving
Rivers
Waterways
Transportation
Oral performance
Nature
Fauna
Flora
Birds
Trees
Amusement parks
Wildlife watching industry
Occupational groups
Boat driver
Tour guides (Persons)
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a_s1576_05_c81-034Interviews and recordings of Homosassa Springs tour boat driversSoundFieldwork
Boat drivers
Boat driving
Boats and boating
Springs
Fishes
Fauna
Flora
Interviews
Tours
Tourism
Ecotourism
Boat driver
Tour guides (Persons)
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