|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.
|Quilter Annie Coleman||Quilter Annie Coleman||Still Image||Quiltmakers|
|Richard Williams interview & performance||Richard Williams interview & performance||sound||Interviews|
Richard Williams interview & performance
- Two audio cassettes. The interviewers ask Williams about his early musical influences, his background, his experiences working in phosphate mines and logging camps as a youth; and Williams talks of how workers played music and played cards at night at turpentine camps. On the second tape, he continues the interview, and plays a few songs. See also reels T78-328, T78-329, T81-19 and T83-65 through T83-69, in S 1576, for additional interviews and music performances by Williams and Ella Mae Wilson, also recorded by Devane and Bulger.
|Williams Family performance for the North Florida Folklife Project||Williams Family performance for the North Florida Folklife Project||sound||African Americans|
Music -- Performance
Williams Family performance for the North Florida Folklife Project
- Two reel-to-reel audio tapes. See also a second interview and music performance by Williams and Ella Mae Wilson on reels T83-65 through T83-69, in S 1576, also recorded by Devane and Bulger. A third interview can be found on C77-33 and C77-34, in S 1576, box 1. This fieldwork was done in conjunction with the North Florida Folklife Project.