Betty Mae Jumper workshop at Summer Seminar

238211
Date
1985-07-15
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Four reel-to-reel recordings. Folklorist Andrea Graham serves as emcee. Jumper speaks about Seminole storytelling, in the process discussing myths; archetypes; her personal history; Seminole beliefs, history, and culture; and examples of Seminole folktales. Copied onto audio cassettes C85-5 throug...
Type
sound
Item ID
T85-102
Item ID
T85-100
Item ID
T85-101
Item ID
T85-103

Interview with Stephen Foster expert and curator Fletcher Hodges (1959)

241411
Date
10/05/1959
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Type
Sound
Item ID
00061

Jay and Peggy Smith performing at the 1990 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage)

237278
Date
1990-05-25
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
One reel to reel recording. Dinella served as the emcee.
Type
Sound
Item ID
T90-103

Interview with Stephen Foster expert and curator Fletcher Hodges (1961)

241412
Date
09/26/1961
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Type
Sound
Item ID
00092

Fletcher and Peggy Hodges

234652
Date
1970
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Six black and white print, and one negative. Images of Fletcher and Peggy Hodges, curators at the Stephen Foster Museum in Pittsburg, at the Florida Folk Festival. Fletcher began collecting Foster memorabilia in 1931, with Josiah Kirby Lilly. In 1937, he donated those materials to the University of...
Type
Still Image

Kate Taluga & story swap at the 1993 Florida Folk Festival Storytelling Stage

297505
Date
1993-05-28
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
One audio cassette recording. Peggy Smith serves as emcee. She explains that the story swap is in memory of Cousin Thelma Boltin, who had died since the last festival. Taluga, from Tallahassee, tells two stories, one for girls and one for boys. She describes the rich culture of Florida and tells...
Type
sound
Item ID
C93-28a

Imagine That & story swap at the 1993 Florida Folk Festival Storytelling Stage

297539
Date
1993-05-28
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Two audio cassette recordings. The last portion of tape C93-29 is spliced with the first portion of C93-30. Smith serves as emcee and discusses the importance of Cousin Thelma Bolton. Imagine That, from DeSoto County, consists of Nesmith and Leopold. They tell stories together, including "Jack" st...
Type
sound
Item ID
C93-30a
Item ID
C93-29b

John Drury & story swap at the 1993 Florida Folk Festival Storytelling Stage

297540
Date
1993-05-28
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Two audio cassette recordings. The last portion of tape C93-30 is spliced with the first portion of C93-31. Peggy Smith serves as emcee and discusses the importance of Cousin Thelma Bolton. Drury, from North Carolina, told stories. Hackworth told a story about a frog after Smith requested someone f...
Type
sound
Item ID
C93-30b
Item ID
C93-31a

Linda Spitzer & story swap at the 1993 Florida Folk Festival Storytelling Stage

297541
Date
1993-05-28
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Three audio cassette recordings. The last portion of tape C93-31 is spliced with C93-32 and C93-33. Peggy Smith serves as emcee and tells four stories before introducing Spitzer, from Miami, who specializes in Jewish folk tales, including stories about Elijah. After her stories, Smith asks if anyon...
Type
sound
Item ID
C93-31b
Item ID
C93-32
Item ID
C93-33

Annette Bruce & story swap at the 1993 Florida Folk Festival Storytelling Stage

297538
Date
1993-05-28
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
One audio cassette recording. Peggy Smith serves as emcee. This recording represents the second portion of tape C93-28. Bruce was from Eustis. She described her experiences telling stories growing up, as well as a story about the Florida Panther, Cracker culture, and other old Florida tales. She ...
Type
sound
Item ID
C93-28b

James Billie interview for the Seminole Slide & Tape Project

235228
Date
1981-09-01
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Four reel-to-reel audio recordings. Interview begins on the second half of T81-87, continues on T81-85, T81-86 and concludes on T81-88. Seminole chairman Billie discusses what the Seminole Tribe is attempting to do with their museum; which aspects of their culture he is trying to preserve; artists ...
Type
sound
Item ID
T81-88
Item ID
T81-86
Item ID
T81-87a
Item ID
T81-85

Christie Koontz & story swap at the 1993 Florida Folk Festival Storytelling Stage

297526
Date
1993-05-28
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Two audio cassette recordings. The last portion of side B of tape C93-28 is spliced with the first portion of C93-29. Koontz, from Tallahassee, describes how she became a storyteller. She starts a Seneca Indian story called "How Stories Came Into the World." The tape cuts off and resumes as she'...
Type
sound
Item ID
C93-28c
Item ID
C93-29a

Florida Folk Festival History Workshop at the 1992 Florida Folk Festival (Crossroads Stage - Festival History)

239314
Date
1992-05-23
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Three audio cassette recordings. C92-8: Dale Crider talks about Project Wild and sings "To Be Wild"; talks about Will McLean. Merri McKenzie interviews Jay and Peggy Smith, Bill and Jean Hewitt and Dr. Russel Reaver about the early days of the Florida Folk Festival and even about the tim...
Type
Sound
Item ID
C92-8
Item ID
C92-9
Item ID
C92-10

Lena Osceola & Ethel Santiago interview for the Seminole Video Project

238436
Date
1983-08-09
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Eight reel to reels. (Copied onto audio cassettes C84-108 through C84-111 in S 1576). A long interview with Ethel Santiago, with Lena Osceola contribu...
Description
Eight reel-to-reel tapes. A long interview with Santiago, with Osceola contributing at the start. They discuss the clan system, marriage, the Green ...
Type
sound
Item ID
T84-117
Item ID
T84-116
Item ID
T84-115
Item ID
T84-114
Item ID
T84-113
Item ID
T84-112
Item ID
T84-111

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