Bealsville - Wings of Deliverance (Video 7)

240923
Date
1988
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Type
Moving Image
Item ID
V89-11
Foreman, Ronald

Florida Folklife Council meeting

237844
Date
1979-12-05
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Present were Florida Folklife Council members Foreman, González-Pando, Jabbour, Saunders and Sugrue; Florida Department of State personnel Kelley and Warner; Folklife Program staff Werndli, Beauchamp, Belland, Bulger, and Greene; and visitors Hammer from the Florida Times Union and White Springs citizen Glover.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C80-13
Item ID
C80-12
Item ID
C80-11
Item ID
C80-10
Foreman, Ronald C., Jr

Florida Folklife Council meeting

237845
Date
1980-04-24
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Present were Florida Folklife Council members Foreman, González-Pando, Jones, Saunders and Sugrue; Folklife Program staff Werndli, Beauchamp, Belland, Bulger, Loomis, Dyen, McNeil, DeVane and Greene; and visitors Doswell from the Jasper News and Fichera from the Lake City Reporter.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C80-14
Foreman, Ronald C., Jr

Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 21 November 1986

240950
Date
11/21/1986
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Type
Sound
Item ID
Tapes 3-5
Foreman, Ronald

Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 14 October 1988

240951
Date
10/14/1988
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Type
Sound
Item ID
Tapes 6-8
Foreman, Ronald

Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 30 November 1980

238512
Date
1980-11-30
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Two audio cassettes. Council Members present: Catherine Sugrue, Ron Foreman, E.W. "Judge" Carswell; Council Members absent: James Billie, Alan Jabbour, Lillian Saunders, Miguel Gonzalez-Pando; Florida Folklife Program Staff: Phillip A. Werndli (Director), Charles McNeil (Archive Assistant), Visitors: Rosalyn Dodson (Executive Director of the Galvez Commission), Ron Levitt (Assistant Secretary of State), Lee Warner (Historic Preservation Boards Coordinator). For minutes and details of the meeting, see the S 1579, box 1, folder: Indexes for C84-102 through C84-125. The Florida Folklife Council (FFC) was created by legislation in 1979 (79-322, SB 1203) within the Department of State to advise the Secretary of State on issues relating to folk arts and folk life as well as stimulate and encourage statewide public interest and participation in folk arts and folklore, sponsor conferences and workshops throughout the state, and make recommendations for the development of a statewide Florida Folk Arts program. The Florida Folklife Council consists of seven members appointed by the Secretary of State for four-year terms.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C84-102a
Item ID
C84-102b
Foreman, Ronald

Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 30 April 1982

238514
Date
1982-04-30
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Two audio cassettes. Council Members present: Catherine Sugrue (Chairman), E.W. Carswell, Ronald Foreman; Council Members absent: James Billie, Miguel Gonzalez-Pando (ill); Alan Jabbour; Lillian Saunders (resigned); Florida Folklife Program Staff: David Closson (Director), Iris Greene (Secretary), Peggy Bulger (Arts Administrator), Doris Dyen (Historian), Merri Belland (Folk Arts Coordinator), Betsy Peterson (Arts Administrator), John Marshall (Folk Arts Coordinator), Bob McNeil (Archives Assistant). For minutes and details of the meeting, see the S 1579, box 1, folder: Indexes for C84-102 through C84-125. The Florida Folklife Council (FFC) was created by legislation in 1979 (79-322, SB 1203) within the Department of State to advise the Secretary of State on issues relating to folk arts and folk life as well as stimulate and encourage statewide public interest and participation in folk arts and folklore, sponsor conferences and workshops throughout the state, and make recommendations for the development of a statewide Florida Folk Arts program. The Florida Folklife Council consists of seven members appointed by the Secretary of State for four-year terms.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C84-104a
Item ID
C84-104b
Foreman, Ronald

Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 8 June 1987

239138
Date
1987-06-08
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Two audio cassettes. Council Members present: Patricia Waterman (Chair); Ronald C. Foreman, Jr., Jeannette Cypress, Catherine Sugrue, Mick Moloney; Council Members absent: Bill Green; Florida Folklife Programs Staff: Ormond H. Loomis (Chief), Iris Greene (Secretary), Barbara Beauchamp (Arts Administrator), Nancy Nusz (Folk Arts Coordinator); Visitors: Bill Fenton (Fenton Associates), Thelma Boltin. For minutes and details of the meeting, see the S 1579, box 1, folder: Indexes for C88-1 through C88-31. And copies of tapes (but not the minutes)for this meeting can also be found in S 1717, box 2. The Florida Folklife Council (FFC) was created by legislation in 1979 (79-322, SB 1203) within the Department of State to advise the Secretary of State on issues relating to folk arts and folk life as well as stimulate and encourage statewide public interest and participation in folk arts and folklore, sponsor conferences and workshops throughout the state, and make recommendations for the development of a statewide Florida Folk Arts program. The Florida Folklife Council consists of seven members appointed by the Secretary of State for four-year terms.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C88-16
Item ID
C88-17
Foreman, Ronald

Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council (Sub-Commitee Meeting) 14 July 1987

239034
Date
1987-07-14
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Three audio cassettes. Present at the meeting: Ron Foreman, Jeanette Cypress, Ormond Loomis, Barbara Beauchamp, Merri Belland and Pat Stafford. The subject of the meeting was the Heritage Awards and changes to be made to the award ceremony and the process surrounding it were discussed. For minutes and details of the meeting, see the S 1579, box 1, folder: Indexes for C87-1 through C87-24. And copies of tapes (but not the minutes)for this meeting can also be found in S 1717, box 2. The Florida Folklife Council (FFC) was created by legislation in 1979 (79-322, SB 1203) within the Department of State to advise the Secretary of State on issues relating to folk arts and folk life as well as stimulate and encourage statewide public interest and participation in folk arts and folklore, sponsor conferences and workshops throughout the state, and make recommendations for the development of a statewide Florida Folk Arts program. The Florida Folklife Council consists of seven members appointed by the Secretary of State for four-year terms.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C87-13
Item ID
C87-14
Item ID
C87-15
Foreman, Ronald

Florida Folklife Council meeting

237843
Date
1979-10-16
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
This audiocassette tape contains the first meeting of the Florida Folklife Council. Present were council members Foreman, González-Pando, Goza, Jabbour, Saunders and Sugrue; Florida Department of State personnel Levitt, Kelley, Warner, Kushner, Oppenheim, Morrell, Wilkins, and McMullen; and Folklife Program staff Werndli, Beauchamp, Belland, Bulger, and Greene.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C80-9
Item ID
C80-8
Item ID
C80-7
Foreman, Ronald C., Jr

Public Forum on the 1982 Florida Folk Festival

238276
Date
1982-04-25
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Two audio cassettes. A meeting featuring council member Ronald Foreman; David Closson, the Director of the Florida Folklife Program; folklorist Peggy Bulger; a representative from the Florida Secretary of State's office; and former folk festival organizer Thelma Boltin. They met to hear public commentary on the changing direction of the Florida Folk Festival, including installation of a revolving schedule that would limit how many times a performer could perform from year to year. Committee members discussed the changes as a way to bring diversity and improved representation to the festival. Members of the public who made comments included Stetson Kennedy, who criticized the Festival's over-emphasis on white culture, Will McLean, and folk musicians and artists who were angered at not being invited to return to the festival that year. In addition, the discussion centered on problems over compensating participants equitably. Includes heated exchanges between the public and participants and the council members and folklorists.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C83-90
Item ID
C83-91
Foreman, Ronald

Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 5 June 1984

238515
Date
1984-06-05
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Three audio cassettes. Council Members present: Ronald C. Foreman (Chairman), E.W. Carswell, Catherine Sugrue, William Green, Culbreath (Cubby) Whitehead; Council Members absent: James Billie, (one vacancy is listed); Florida Folklife Program Staff: Ormond H. Loomis (Director), Iris Greene (Secretary), Merri Belland (Folklife Specialist), Nancy Nusz (Folk Arts Coordinator), Barbara Beauchamp (Folklife Specialist), Blanton Owen (Folk Arts Coordinator), Eric Larsen (Folklife Specialist), Andrea Graham (Administrative Assistant); Visitors: Thelma Boltin. For minutes and details of the meeting, see the S 1579, box 1, folder: Indexes for C84-102 through C84-125. The Florida Folklife Council (FFC) was created by legislation in 1979 (79-322, SB 1203) within the Department of State to advise the Secretary of State on issues relating to folk arts and folk life as well as stimulate and encourage statewide public interest and participation in folk arts and folklore, sponsor conferences and workshops throughout the state, and make recommendations for the development of a statewide Florida Folk Arts program. The Florida Folklife Council consists of seven members appointed by the Secretary of State for four-year terms.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C84-105a
Item ID
C84-105b
Item ID
C84-105c
Foreman, Ronald

Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 5 November 1985

238900
Date
1985-11-04
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Three audio cassettes. Council Members present: Patricia Waterman (Chairman), Mick Moloney, Catherine Sugrue, Ronald C. Foreman, Jr.; Council Members absent: Jeanette Cypress, William Green; Florida Folklife Programs Staff: Ormond H. Loomis (Director), Iris C. Greene (Secretary), Barbara Beauchamp (Folklife Programs Administrator), Peggy Bulger (Folklife Programs Administrator); Visitors: Randall Kelley (Director, Division of Archives, History and Records Management), Ross Morrell (Assistant Director, Division of Archives, History and Records Management). For minutes and details of the meeting, see the S 1579, box 1, folder: Indexes for C86-150 through C86-210. And copies of tapes (but not the minutes)for this meeting can also be found in S 1717. One tape from this meeting can be found in S 1576, box 12, tape C85-19. The Florida Folklife Council (FFC) was created by legislation in 1979 (79-322, SB 1203) within the Department of State to advise the Secretary of State on issues relating to folk arts and folk life as well as stimulate and encourage statewide public interest and participation in folk arts and folklore, sponsor conferences and workshops throughout the state, and make recommendations for the development of a statewide Florida Folk Arts program. The Florida Folklife Council consists of seven members appointed by the Secretary of State for four-year terms.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C86-155
Item ID
C86-156
Item ID
C86-157
Foreman, Ronald

Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 23 September 1987

239139
Date
1987-09-23
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Three audio cassettes. Council Members present: Patricia Waterman (Chair), Ronald C. Foreman, Jr., Mick Moloney; Council Members absent: Jeanette Cypress, Catherine Sugrue, (two vacancies); Florida Folklife Programs Staff: Ormond H. Loomis (Chief), Iris Greene (Secretary), Barbara Beauchamp (Arts Administrator), Peggy Bulger (Arts Administrator), Peter Roller (Folk Arts Coordinator), Merri Belland (Folklife Specialist); Visitors: George Percy (Director, Division of Historical Resources), John Girvin (Assistant Director, Division of Historical Resources). For minutes and details of the meeting, see the S 1579, box 1, folder: Indexes for C88-1 through C88-31. And copies of tapes (but not the minutes)for this meeting can also be found in S 1717, box 2. The Florida Folklife Council (FFC) was created by legislation in 1979 (79-322, SB 1203) within the Department of State to advise the Secretary of State on issues relating to folk arts and folk life as well as stimulate and encourage statewide public interest and participation in folk arts and folklore, sponsor conferences and workshops throughout the state, and make recommendations for the development of a statewide Florida Folk Arts program. The Florida Folklife Council consists of seven members appointed by the Secretary of State for four-year terms.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C88-18
Item ID
C88-20
Foreman, Ronald

Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 22 June 1988

239141
Date
1988-06-22
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Three audio cassettes. Council Members present: Cathy Sugrue (Chair), Dr. Miguel Bretos, Dr. Ronald C. Foreman, Jr., Dr. Patricia Waterman; Council Members absent: Jeanette Cypress, Mick Moloney; Florida Folklife Programs Staff: Dr. Ormond H. Loomis (Chief), Iris Greene (Secretary), Barbara Beauchamp (Arts Administrator), Peggy Bulger (Arts Administrator); Visitors: Dorris Bobber (President, Pine Castle Center of the Arts, Inc.), Marsha Vandivort (Interim Director, Pine Castle Center of the Arts, Inc.)For minutes and details of the meeting, see the S 1579, box 1, folder: Indexes for C88-1 through C88-31. And copies of tapes (but not the minutes)for this meeting can also be found in S 1717, box 2. The Florida Folklife Council (FFC) was created by legislation in 1979 (79-322, SB 1203) within the Department of State to advise the Secretary of State on issues relating to folk arts and folk life as well as stimulate and encourage statewide public interest and participation in folk arts and folklore, sponsor conferences and workshops throughout the state, and make recommendations for the development of a statewide Florida Folk Arts program. The Florida Folklife Council consists of seven members appointed by the Secretary of State for four-year terms.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C88-24
Item ID
C88-25
Item ID
C88-26
Foreman, Ronald

Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 19 September 1984

238516
Date
1984-09-17
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Five audio cassettes. Council Members present: Ronald C. Foreman (Chairman), E. W. Carswell, Jeanette Cypress, Mick Moloney, Catherine Sugrue, Patricia Waterman; Council Members absent: William Green; Florida Folklife Programs Staff: Ormond H. Loomis (Director), Iris Greene (Secretary), Peggy Bulger (Folklife Programs Administrator), Nancy Nusz (Folk Arts Coordinator), Barbara Beauchamp (Folklife Specialist), Blanton Owen (Folk Arts Coordinator), Eric Larsen (Folklife Specialist), Andrea Graham (Folklife Specialist), David Taylor (Folk Arts Coordinator). For minutes and details of the meeting, see the S 1579, box 1, folder: Indexes for C84-102 through C84-125. The Florida Folklife Council (FFC) was created by legislation in 1979 (79-322, SB 1203) within the Department of State to advise the Secretary of State on issues relating to folk arts and folk life as well as stimulate and encourage statewide public interest and participation in folk arts and folklore, sponsor conferences and workshops throughout the state, and make recommendations for the development of a statewide Florida Folk Arts program. The Florida Folklife Council consists of seven members appointed by the Secretary of State for four-year terms.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C84-106a
Item ID
C84-106b
Item ID
C84-106c
Item ID
C84-106d
Item ID
C84-106e
Foreman, Ronald

Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 20 September 1985

238899
Date
1985-09-20
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Three audio cassettes. Council Members present: Jeanette Cypress, Ronald C. Foreman, Jr., Mick Moloney (Vice-Chairman), Catherine Sugrue, Patricia Waterman; Council Members absent: William Green, (one vacancy); Florida Folklife Programs Staff: Ormond H. Loomis (Director), Iris C. Greene (Secretary), Barbara Beauchamp (Folklife Programs Administrator), Peggy Bulger (Folklife Programs Administrator), Merri Belland (Folklife Specialist), Eric Larsen (Folklife Specialist), Nancy Nusz (Historian), Blanton Owen (Historian), David Taylor (Historian); Visitors: Randall Kelley (Director, Division of Archives, History and Records Management), Ross Morrell (Assistant Director, Division of Archives, History and Records Management), Loretta Van Winkle (Tampa/Hillsborough Arts Council), Suzanne Nicola (Pine Castle Center of the Arts), Mary Jean Jones (Seminole Tribe of Florida). For minutes and details of the meeting, see the S 1579, box 1, folder: Indexes for C86-150 through C86-210. And copies of tapes (but not the minutes)for this meeting can also be found in S 1717. The Florida Folklife Council (FFC) was created by legislation in 1979 (79-322, SB 1203) within the Department of State to advise the Secretary of State on issues relating to folk arts and folk life as well as stimulate and encourage statewide public interest and participation in folk arts and folklore, sponsor conferences and workshops throughout the state, and make recommendations for the development of a statewide Florida Folk Arts program. The Florida Folklife Council consists of seven members appointed by the Secretary of State for four-year terms.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C86-152
Item ID
C86-153
Item ID
C86-154
Foreman, Ronald

Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 6 February 1986

238909
Date
1986-02-06
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Three audio cassettes. Held in the meeting room of WJCT-TV, a PBS affiliate. Council Members present: Patricia Waterman (Chair), Ronald C. Foreman, Jr., Beverly Carter, Mick Moloney, Catherine Sugrue, William Green; Council Members absent: Jeanette Cypress; Florida Folklife Programs Staff: Ormond H. Loomis (Director), Iris Greene (Secretary), Barbara Beauchamp (Folklife Programs Administrator), Peggy Bulger (Folklife Programs Administrator), Nancy Nusz (Folk Arts Coordinator), Peter Roller (Folk Arts Coordinator), David Taylor (Folk Arts Coordinator), Merri Belland (Folklife Specialist), Eric Larsen (Folklife Specialist); Visitors: Richard Miller (Stephen Foster State Folk Culture Center), Thelma Boltin (Consultant), Ernie Williams (Florida Folklore Society). For minutes and details of the meeting, see the S 1579, box 1, folder: Indexes for C86-150 through C86-210. And copies of tapes (but not the minutes)for this meeting can also be found in S 1717, box 2. The Florida Folklife Council (FFC) was created by legislation in 1979 (79-322, SB 1203) within the Department of State to advise the Secretary of State on issues relating to folk arts and folk life as well as stimulate and encourage statewide public interest and participation in folk arts and folklore, sponsor conferences and workshops throughout the state, and make recommendations for the development of a statewide Florida Folk Arts program. The Florida Folklife Council consists of seven members appointed by the Secretary of State for four-year terms.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C86-199
Item ID
C86-200
Item ID
C86-201
Foreman, Ronald

Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 29 November 1984

238521
Date
1984-11-29
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Two audio cassettes. Council Members present: E.W. Carswell (Chairman), Ronald C. Foreman, William H. Green, Mick Moloney, Catherine Sugrue, Patricia Waterman; Council Members absent: Jeanette Cypress; Florida Folklife Programs Staff: Ormond Loomis (Director), Iris C. Greene (Secretary), Peggy Bulger (Folklife Programs Administrator), Blanton Owen (Folk Arts Coordinator), David Taylor (Consultant to the Bureau of Florida Folklife); Visitors: Pat Jasper (Consultant to NEA Folk Arts Program; Texas), Lee Ellen Friedland (Folklorist, Pennsylvania), JuDee Pettijohn (Division of Cultural Affairs), Thelma Boltin (Consultant to the Bureau of Florida Folklife). For minutes and details of the meeting, see the S 1579, box 1, folder: Indexes for C84-102 through C84-125. The Florida Folklife Council (FFC) was created by legislation in 1979 (79-322, SB 1203) within the Department of State to advise the Secretary of State on issues relating to folk arts and folk life as well as stimulate and encourage statewide public interest and participation in folk arts and folklore, sponsor conferences and workshops throughout the state, and make recommendations for the development of a statewide Florida Folk Arts program. The Florida Folklife Council consists of seven members appointed by the Secretary of State for four-year terms.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C84-124
Item ID
C84-125
Foreman, Ronald

Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 9-10 October 1985

238853
Date
1985-10-09
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
One audio cassette. Council Members present: Ron Foreman (Chair), E. W. Carswell (Vice Chair), Catherine Sugrue, Louise Gopher (representing Jim Billie); Council Members absent: Cubby Whitehead, (two vacancies); Florida Folklife Program Staff: Ormond Loomis (Director), Peggy Bulger (Folklife Programs Administrator), Kip Lornell (Folklife Specialist), Merri Belland (Folk Arts Coordinator), Nancy Nusz (Folk Arts Coordinator), Blanton Owen (Folklife Specialist), Barbara Beauchamp (Folk Arts Coordinator), Sherry Tamburo (Vann) (Clerk/Typist III); Visitors: Andrea Graham. For minutes and details of the meeting, see the S 1579, box 1, folder: Indexes for C85-1 through C80-51. And copies of tapes for this meeting (though not the minutes) can be found in S 1717, box 2. The Florida Folklife Council (FFC) was created by legislation in 1979 (79-322, SB 1203) within the Department of State to advise the Secretary of State on issues relating to folk arts and folk life as well as stimulate and encourage statewide public interest and participation in folk arts and folklore, sponsor conferences and workshops throughout the state, and make recommendations for the development of a statewide Florida Folk Arts program. The Florida Folklife Council consists of seven members appointed by the Secretary of State for four-year terms.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C85-9
Item ID
C85-10
Item ID
C85-11
Item ID
C85-12
Foreman, Ronald

Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 9 September 1986

238910
Date
1986-09-09
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Four audio cassettes. Council Members present: Patricia Waterman (Chair), Beverly Carter, Ronald C. Foreman, Jr., Mick Moloney, Catherine Sugrue; Council Members absent: Jeanette Cypress, Bill Green; Florida Folklife Programs Staff: Ormond H. Loomis (Director), Iris Greene (Secretary), Barbara Beauchamp (Folklife Programs Administrator), David Taylor (Folklife Programs Administrator), Nancy Nusz (Folk Arts Coordinator), Janis Rosenberg (Folk Arts Coordinator), Peter Roller (Folk Arts Coordinator), Merri Belland (Folklife Specialist); Visitors: Randall Kelley (Director, Division of Historical Resources), Ross Morell (Assistant Director, Division of Historical Resources), Thelma Boltin (Consultant), Lynn Woods (Social Studies Supervisor, Palm Beach County Department of Education). For minutes and details of the meeting, see the S 1579, box 1, folder: Indexes for C86-150 through C86-210. And copies of tapes (but not the minutes)for this meeting can also be found in S 1717, box 2. The Florida Folklife Council (FFC) was created by legislation in 1979 (79-322, SB 1203) within the Department of State to advise the Secretary of State on issues relating to folk arts and folk life as well as stimulate and encourage statewide public interest and participation in folk arts and folklore, sponsor conferences and workshops throughout the state, and make recommendations for the development of a statewide Florida Folk Arts program. The Florida Folklife Council consists of seven members appointed by the Secretary of State for four-year terms.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C86-202
Item ID
C86-203
Item ID
C86-204
Item ID
C86-205
Foreman, Ronald

Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 10 June 1986

238911
Date
1986-06-10
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Five audio cassettes. Held at the Social Science building on the University of South Florida campus. Council Members present: Patricia Waterman (Chair), Ronald C. Foreman, Jr., Jeanette Cypress, Mick Moloney, Catherine Sugrue, William Green; Council Members absent: Beverly Carter; Florida Folklife Programs Staff: Ormond H. Loomis (Director), Iris Greene (Secretary), Barbara Beauchamp (Folklife Programs Administrator), Peggy Bulger (Folklife Programs Administrator), Merri Belland (Folklife Specialist); Visitors: Thelma Boltin (Consultant), Randall Kelley (Director, Division of Archives, History and Records Management), Ross Morrell (Assistant Director, Division of Archives, History and Records Management), Bill Dudley (WMNF Radio, Tampa), LeeEllen Friedland. For minutes and details of the meeting, see the S 1579, box 1, folder: Indexes for C86-150 through C86-210. And copies of tapes (but not the minutes)for this meeting can also be found in S 1717, box 2. The Florida Folklife Council (FFC) was created by legislation in 1979 (79-322, SB 1203) within the Department of State to advise the Secretary of State on issues relating to folk arts and folk life as well as stimulate and encourage statewide public interest and participation in folk arts and folklore, sponsor conferences and workshops throughout the state, and make recommendations for the development of a statewide Florida Folk Arts program. The Florida Folklife Council consists of seven members appointed by the Secretary of State for four-year terms.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C86-206
Item ID
C86-207
Item ID
C86-208
Item ID
C86-209
Item ID
C86-210
Foreman, Ronald

Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 4 November 1985

238854
Date
1985-11-04
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
One audio cassette. Council Members present: Patricia Waterman (Chairman), Mick Moloney, Catherine Sugrue, Ronald C. Foreman, Jr.; Council Members absent: Jeanette Cypress, William Green; Florida Folklife Programs Staff: Ormond H. Loomis (Director), Iris C. Greene (Secretary), Barbara Beauchamp (Folklife Programs Administrator), Peggy Bulger (Folklife Programs Administrator); Visitors: Randall Kelley (Director of the Division of Archives, History and Records Management), Ross Morrell (Assistant Directo of the Division of Archives, History and Records Management). For minutes and details of the meeting, see the S 1579, box 1, folder: Indexes for C85-1 through C80-51. And copies of tapes for this meeting (though not the minutes) can be found in S 1717, box 2. Two more tpaes from the meeting can be found in S 1576, box 21, tapes C86-155 through C86-157. The Florida Folklife Council (FFC) was created by legislation in 1979 (79-322, SB 1203) within the Department of State to advise the Secretary of State on issues relating to folk arts and folk life as well as stimulate and encourage statewide public interest and participation in folk arts and folklore, sponsor conferences and workshops throughout the state, and make recommendations for the development of a statewide Florida Folk Arts program. The Florida Folklife Council consists of seven members appointed by the Secretary of State for four-year terms.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C85-19
Foreman, Ronald

Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 24 February 1987

239033
Date
1987-02-24
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Three audio cassettes. Council Members present: Patricia Waterman (Chair), Ronald C. Foreman, Jr., Mick Moloney, Catherine Sugrue; Council Members absent: Beverly Carter, Jeanette Cypress, Bill Green; Florida Folklife Programs Staff: Ormond H. Loomis (Chief), Iris Greene (Secretary), Barbara Beauchamp (Arts Administrator), David Taylor (Arts Administrator), Nancy Nusz (Historian), Nancy Michael (Folklife Specialist), Peter Roller (Historian), Merri Belland (Folklife Specialist); Visitors: Bill Fenton (Fenton Associates), Darrell Krause (Dept. of Natural Resources), George Percy (Director, Division of Historical Resources). For minutes and details of the meeting, see the S 1579, box 1, folder: Indexes for C87-1 through C87-24. And copies of tapes (but not the minutes)for this meeting can also be found in S 1717, box 2. The Florida Folklife Council (FFC) was created by legislation in 1979 (79-322, SB 1203) within the Department of State to advise the Secretary of State on issues relating to folk arts and folk life as well as stimulate and encourage statewide public interest and participation in folk arts and folklore, sponsor conferences and workshops throughout the state, and make recommendations for the development of a statewide Florida Folk Arts program. The Florida Folklife Council consists of seven members appointed by the Secretary of State for four-year terms.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C87-10
Item ID
C87-11
Item ID
C87-12
Foreman, Ronald

Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 19 February 1988

239142
Date
1988-02-19
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Three audio cassettes. Council Members present: Cathy Sugrue (Chair), Miguel Bretos, Ronald C. Foreman, Jr., Mick Moloney, Patricia Waterman; Council Members absent: Jeanette Cypress; Florida Folklife Programs Staff: Ormond H. Loomis (Chief), Iris Greene (Secretary), Barbara Beauchamp (Arts Administrator), Peggy Bulger (Arts Administrator), Nancy Nusz (Folk Arts Coordinator), Merri Belland (Folklife Specialist), Nancy Michael (Folklife Specialist), Patricia Stafford (Senior Clerk); Visitors: Thelma A. Boltin (Consultant), Bill Fenton (Public Relations Consultant). For minutes and details of the meeting, see the S 1579, box 1, folder: Indexes for C88-1 through C88-31. And copies of tapes (but not the minutes)for this meeting can also be found in S 1717, box 2. The Florida Folklife Council (FFC) was created by legislation in 1979 (79-322, SB 1203) within the Department of State to advise the Secretary of State on issues relating to folk arts and folk life as well as stimulate and encourage statewide public interest and participation in folk arts and folklore, sponsor conferences and workshops throughout the state, and make recommendations for the development of a statewide Florida Folk Arts program. The Florida Folklife Council consists of seven members appointed by the Secretary of State for four-year terms.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C88-27
Item ID
C88-28
Item ID
C88-29
Foreman, Ronald

Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 23 November 1987

239140
Date
1987-11-23
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Three audio cassettes. Council Members present: Patricia Waterman (Chair), Miguel Bretos, Jeanette Cypress, Ronald C. Foreman, Jr., Mick Moloney, Cathy Sugrue; Florida Folklife Programs Staff: Ormond H. Loomis (Chief), Iris Greene (Secretary), Barbara Beauchamp (Arts Administrator), Peggy Bulger (Arts Administrator), Merri Belland (Folk Arts Coordinator), Nancy Nusz (Folk Arts Coordinator); Visitors: Tina Bucuvalas (Historical Museum of Southern Florida), Charles Hiers (Seminole Tribe of Florida). For minutes and details of the meeting, see the S 1579, box 1, folder: Indexes for C88-1 through C88-31. Included with the index sheets are copies of the 12/2/1987 Draft Mission Statement of the Bureau of Florida Folklife Programs and the 12/3/1987 Draft of Goals and Objectives for the Bureau. And copies of tapes (but not the minutes)for this meeting can also be found in S 1717, box 2. The Florida Folklife Council (FFC) was created by legislation in 1979 (79-322, SB 1203) within the Department of State to advise the Secretary of State on issues relating to folk arts and folk life as well as stimulate and encourage statewide public interest and participation in folk arts and folklore, sponsor conferences and workshops throughout the state, and make recommendations for the development of a statewide Florida Folk Arts program. The Florida Folklife Council consists of seven members appointed by the Secretary of State for four-year terms.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C88-21
Item ID
C88-22
Item ID
C88-23
Foreman, Ronald

Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 9 December 1981

238513
Date
1981-12-09
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Two audio cassettes. Council Members present: Catherine Sugrue, Lillian Saunders, Ronald Foreman, E.W. Carswell; Council Members absent: James Billie, Alan Jabbour, Miguel Gonzalez-Pando; Florida Folklife Program Staff: Lee Warner (Acting Director), Merri Belland (Folk Arts Coordinator), Peggy Bulger (Arts Administrator), Doris Dyen (Historian), Iris Greene (Secretary), John Marshall (Folk Arts Coordinator), Betsy Peterson (Arts Administrator), Bob McNeil (Archives Assistant), Visitors: David Closson, Rosemary Closson, Ross Morrell, and Sharon Perry, Lake City Reporter. For minutes and details of the meeting, see the S 1579, box 1, folder: Indexes for C84-102 through C84-125. The Florida Folklife Council (FFC) was created by legislation in 1979 (79-322, SB 1203) within the Department of State to advise the Secretary of State on issues relating to folk arts and folk life as well as stimulate and encourage statewide public interest and participation in folk arts and folklore, sponsor conferences and workshops throughout the state, and make recommendations for the development of a statewide Florida Folk Arts program. The Florida Folklife Council consists of seven members appointed by the Secretary of State for four-year terms.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C84-103a
Item ID
C84-103b
Foreman, Ronald

Recording of the Folk Arts Apprenticeship Review Committee of the Florida Folklife Council for 1993-1994

240766
Date
09/24/1993
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Type
Sound
Item ID
Tapes 29-32
Foreman, Ronald

Recordings of the Basement to Attic Conference

238887
Date
1986-02-07
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
22 audio cassettes. (Tapes C86-22 through C86-34 are found in box 18.) A conference co-sponsored by the Florida Folklife Program and the Jacksonville Museum of Science and History that dealt with collecting and researching folklife and folklore. The recordings cover the various sessions, workshops, and keynote speakers that covered all aspects of folklife research. Speakers and topics included; What is folklore (Yerkovich/Loomis/Waterman); Reasons for collecting (Kennedy); Folklore (Bulger); archaeology (FSU professor Marrinnan); oral history (Waterman); ethnomusicology (Olsen); cultural geography (Lamme); Ethics in collecting (Kennedy/Foreman/Waterman/Olsen/Bulger); WPA collecting (Kennedy); education and folklore in schools (Nusz); Zora Neale Hurston (Reaver); Keynote speech on folklife collecting (Ives of Maine); technological issues (Walker/Young); and videotaping folklife (Larsen). In addition,. Marie Buggs, Judge Corbin, and Thelma sing and tell stories. For more information on topics, detailed tape indexes, see the index sheets located in S 1579, box 1, folder: "C86-1 through C86-98."
Type
Sound
Item ID
C86-16
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C86-17
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C86-13
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C86-14
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C86-15
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C86-18
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C86-19
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C86-20
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C86-21
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C86-22
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C86-23
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C86-24
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C86-25
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C86-26
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C86-27
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C86-28
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C86-29
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C86-30
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C86-31
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C86-32
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C86-33
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C86-34
on folklife collecting (Ives

Recording of the In the Nick of Time Conference on Florida Folklife and the WPA

239145
Date
1989-02-04
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
"Eleven audio cassettes. Recording of a conference regarding the value of the WPA (and the Florida Writer's Project) to Florida Folklife. The fieldwork conducted by the WPA from 1935 through 1943 can be found at the Library of Congress, as well as duplicates in S 1576. (Use this database to locate them.) C89-1: Stetson Kennedy discusses the WPA in Florida; "apartheid" [segregation] in Florida; Florida at the time of the Depression; his introduction to folklore; various stories on various places in Florida; race and gender in the WPA in Florida. (Dale Olson features as emcee throughout series) C89-2: Stetson Kennedy continues his talk with a discussion of methodology, Zora Neale Hurston, and how the NEH and NEA have a different formula than the WPA. Alan Jabbour plays music and discusses his background as a native Floridian from Miami. Sources for Florida folk materials are discussed and music is played ("The Sloop John B" is specifically named). C89-3: Alan Jabbour continues discussing songs of various ethnic origins, such as Slovakian, Minorcan, and Greek. Ann Banks discusses her background as a Florida native and tells stories. She also discusses re-issued stories from the FWP, such as Benjamin Botkin and his emphasis on literary realism; WPA writers as pioneers. C89-4: Anne Banks continues with stories. Alan Lomax discusses the background of what had been said previously; the "century of the common man"; various people involved with the WPA including FDR and Eleanor Roosevelt; archives and records; Woody Guthrie and his song, "Going Where the Climate Suits My Clothes"; WPA writers and John Lomax's involvement in beginning of the Slave Narrative Collection; difficulties and risks in gathering folklore; importance of folklore to the public sector. C89-5: Alan Lomax continues discussing fieldwork with African Americans; Zora Neale Hurston (he also performs one of the songs she collected); Stetson Kennedy and his work with the program; the dangers of fieldwork; importance of oldest documents; living in the black community; African instruments; songs he collected (particularly blues). C89-6: Gary Mormino speaks on aspects of the WPA relating to African Americans. He specifically discusses Stetson Kennedy; the Ex-Slave Club of Miami; WPA bill of 1935; Florida's part in the project; African American writing unit; Sterling Brown; slave narratives collected between 1936 and 1938 and Florida's slave narratives; non-published interviews; poor whites; faith in the African American church; social fabric of plantation-community life; learning to read; retaining African customs; African American community life in interviews; differences between Georgia and Alabama as seen in narratives and American history. C89-7: Ron Foreman continues with the discussion on African Americans and the WPA, focusing on the role of the African American writers unit in Florida; emerging Florida materials; Clara White Mission; the three field workers studying African Americans in Florida in 1937; Zora Neale Hurston's importance to the project. Barbara Speisman continues the discussion with references to her own background and stories about Zora Neale Hurston and Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings. C89-8: Barbara Speisman continues with a comparison of Zora Neale Hurston and Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings. David Kaufelt discusses the WPA Guide as a resource for writers and its different contents. He focuses on the Florida historical novel; the tour section; African Americans in the Guide; "The Golden Wedding"; winter season; sports and recreation; the Guide as providing a skeleton of Florida history; failings of the Guide including economic and racist fears; anti-Semitism and the lack of reference to Jews in the Guide; the mechanics of putting together the Guide; the Guide as a "very good resource for Florida." C89-9: Peggy Bulger discusses the establishment of the FWP; the search for useable past and bicentennial celebration; American Folklife Preservation Act; establishment of the Florida Folklife Programs and the FWP. Ann Banks discusses ethnic hatred and strength; history of and comparison between the Florida Folklife Program and the FWP; field materials of the Florida Folklife Program; state pride through folklife material; works of the Florida Folklife Program; new ideas of the FWP; New Deal's policy; similarities of work today; cultural conservation and folklife work; products that meet needs of folk culture and government sponsored agency; FWP materials; comparison of FWP and Florida Folklife Program benefits; problems of the New Deal folklorists and those of today. C89-10: Ormond Loomis reads excerpts from the collection entitled "Cracker"; responds to the condition of materials; collection of the WPA at the Florida Folklife Program. A question and answer session brings comments on various subjects from Alan Lomax, Ann Banks, Peggy Bulger, Cheryl Cannon, and Ormond Loomis. Topics include exploitation by the middle class and the spirit of natural folklore; feeding back into the communities; trends; the NEA; the State of Florida and folklore; the good of White Springs. C89-11: Question and answer session continues with comments from Stetson Kennedy, Alan Lomax, Peggy Bulger, Catherine Sugrue, Dale Olson, Alan Jabbour and Ron Foreman. Topics include materials in curriculum; money as a concern for folklorists; the Bureau of Florida Folklife Programs; preservation; schools."
Type
Sound
Item ID
C89-1
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C89-2
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C89-3
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C89-4
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C89-5
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C89-6
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C89-7
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C89-8
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C89-9
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C89-10
Item ID
C89-11
Foreman, Ronald

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