Series Description

Record Group Number:


Series Number:

S 2034


Florida Park Service.


Florida Folk Festival audio recordings, 2002, 2004.


50 cubic ft.
210 compact disks

Medium Included:

Audio recordings

Organization / Arrangement:

By year, then by performance stage, then by artist

Biographical / Historical:

The Florida Park Service was originally created in 1935 as the Board of Parks and Historic Memorials and administered within the Board of Forestry. The Park Service's first eight parks were designed and built by the Civilian Conservation Corps. In 1949, the Park Service became an independent agency, the Board of Parks and Historic Memorials. Its purpose was to administer and control the operation and development of the state parks and historic sites of Florida. In 1969, the Board was merged with the Outdoor Recreational Development Council to form the Division of Recreation and Parks under the Department of Natural Resources. The Division eventually moved to the newly created Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) in 1993.


This series consists of audio recordings of the 2002 and the 2004 Florida Folk Festivals. Recorded and indexed by the Florida Park Service, the recordings cover the main stage and the Old Marble Stage for both years, and the Folklife Stage for 2004. Each disc is listed with the date, location, performance artists, and the track listing. A different disc was used for each performer. The index sheets created at the time of the recoridngs is als included.

Finding Aids:

Item listing available. Searchable index to images and sound recordings available online at

Associated Materials:

For recordings of the Florida Folk Festival from 1954 through 2001, see recordings in S 1576. For images, see S 1577.

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