Two audio cassette tapes. George Robinson discusses building surf boards - something he has done for 30 years. He discusses the type of wood used (balsa wood), putting surf boards together, and his unique mark on the boards.
One audio cassette tape. Index sheet states that only one song was recorded due to technical difficulties with the tape recorder. Valerie Caracappa (guitar and banjo) performs folk songs and humor with Sonny [?] on guitar and Mike [?] on harmonica.
One audio cassette tape. Wako Kai and Kazuko Law of Pensacola perform traditional Japanese Dance. Dances include: "In Honor of Cherry Trees" (using cherry blossoms and fans); "Don Don Papa" (using musical props); "Tom Boy Song" (using sticks) and "Life Has Its Up...
One audio cassette tape. he Makley Family of Jacksonville, FL (consisting of Elroyce Makley, Lucinda Maynard, Bettina Makley, Ruthanne Mason and Emily Mason) perform folk ballads and yodeling on autoharp and guitar.
One audio cassette tape. Rich Mermer, Jr. performs traditional blues on steel guitar. He talks about different types of guitars (such as slide guitar, 1931 steel Resna guitar and wood-steel guitar) and the history of slides.
One digital audio tape (DAT). Borland was the president of the Florida Fiddlers Association. The Florida State Fiddle Contest was held each year at the Festival on Saturdays (the stages varied from year to year). The winners were allowed to perform on the Main Stage that evening.
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