One audio cassette. Consists of Bill Leavins making square dance calls. Mr. Leavins began clogging at the age of 11. Later he became known for his square dance calling. The dance on this tape was recorded at a dance given on his property.
One audio cassette. Recorded at the Esto Town Hall. Ralph Dupree, born 1912 in Esto, describes making turpentine barrels, and discusses the turpentine industry in North Florida. Detailed index included.
One audio cassette. Poor sonic quality. Mr. Foster grew up in Munson, Florida where his father ran a general store. Mr. Foster buys timber to be cut into logs and for chipping into pulpwood. His buying trips are called timber cruising. The interview describes the process.
Three proof sheets with 98 black and white images. Located in envelope #2. Proof sheet 1: 4-11: Hammer made by Bobby Johns; 12-13: Christmas tree farm in Allentown; 14: Christmas tree bumper sticker; 15-37: woodworking; Proof sheet 2: 6-12, 15: K. Merchant felling a tree; 13-14: Charlie Sanders talk...
One reel to reel recording. Rosenberg served as emcee. A discussion that arose out of Rosenberg's work of the Florida Forest Industries Project. They discuss the history of turpentining, and give a demonstration of how it worked.
One reel to reel recording. Sawin served as emcee. A discussion that arose out of the Florida Forest Industries Project. The Baxleys discuss their logging business, including contracts, the process of logging, their workers, working with Georgia Pacific, and duties of their workers.
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