One audio cassette. (Duplicate located in S 1576, box 37, tape 26.) Part four of a six-part radio series produced by the Florida Folklife Program and WJCT-FM (Jacksonville) that explored traditional arts and culture in Florida. This episode dealt with Finnish American communities.
One audio cassette tape. Lolly Ferro discusses Filipino culture, topography and history. He also discusses what brought many Filipinos to the United States and the close-knit nature of Filipino families. He talks about their traditions, Rondalla bands and answers questions on oral fairy tales.
One audio cassette tape. Stuemple served as emcee. Emilia Fernandez discusses growing up in Oriente, Cuba; immigrating to Miami and founding her Comparsa dancing group. She was a Florida Folk Heritage Award Winner in 1996.
One audio cassette recordings. Margaret Hovarth, a Hungarian embroiderer interviewed by Brett Tozzer, discusses when she learned to embroider, learning from her grandmother and mother, her immigration to the United States and different styles and designs of embroidery both old and new.
Sixteen color slides. Gurley talks about egg decoration; learning the craft from her mother; symbolism of the craft; and immigration from the Ukraine in 1947 to the US. For images of her eggs, see S 1680, box 1, folder 5.
Seven audio cassette. Interviews conducted by folklorist Taylor with Tapron Springs residents during the Tarpon Springs Centennial Celebration. They discuss local culture, sponge diving, Greek America community, their life histories, and other local customs.
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