Five black and white prints. Images of banjoist, and bones player, Abner Jay of High Springs. Includes two publicity photographs, and three of Jay performing at the Florida Folk Festival with a child. He performed traditional African American songs.
One black and white print. Promotional photograph of the Society for Preservation and Promotion of Blue Grass Music. The bluegrass group consisted of Mike Johnson (guitar, leader), Peggy Johnson (stand-up bass, and Glenn Smith (banjo).
Four black and white prints. Images created by the Dept. of Commerce of the Saw Grass Boys performing bluegrass music at various Florida Folk Festivals. Frank Cunningham was the group's leader. One image shows festival director Thelma Boltin onstage with them.
Two audio cassettes. Wagner discusses his Georgia origins; his education at UNF; learning instrument making from his father as a child; repairing instruments; playing the cello and various other stringed instruments; bass, fiddle, banjo, guitar; knife making; toy making; making guitars, banjoes, v...
One proof sheet thirty-six black and white images, plus negatives. 1-6: Wayne Martin on fiddle and Frank Thomas on guitar; 7-12: South Wind performing; 13-19: Faye Baird playing claw hammer banjo; 20-26: Frank and Ann Thomas performing; 27-35: Don Grooms and friends performing; 36: Wayne Martin fidd...
One proof sheet with thirty-six black and white images. Demonstrations of Hillsborough County folk arts as part of the Florida Folk Arts in the School program. 1-7: Raulerson in his yard playing banjo; 8-17: architecture around Hillsborough County; 18-37: Robert Pascuiti making a net at his home.
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