One proof sheet with thirty-four black and white images, plus negatives. 1: Main stage; 2-5: Performers Mary Erin Dinella and Glen Geiger; 7-15: Roy Book Binder; 13-14: Anne and Frank Thomas; 15-24: Crafts area; 24-28: Peggy Bulger residence; 29-34: Street hawker Jones Watson of St. Petersburg.
One reel to reel recording. Dinella served as the emcee. The group was from Coral Springs, and consisted of: Lo Gordon (banjo/vocals); Mary Gordon (guitar/vocal); Tim Gordon (fiddle); and Matt Gordon (washtun bass/vocal).
One reel to reel recording. Mother-daughter dancers performing traditional North India dancers. Most of the music was from a tape, but Seeba played the tabla (a traditional percussion instrument) and Jaya sang for a couple of dances. They were from Dade City.
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