One audio cassette recordings. Alphonso Jennings, an African-American split-oak basket maker interviewed by Jerrilyn McGregory, discusses making white oak baskets, how it is done, what types of tools he uses and the amount of wood and time that go into making baskets.
Thirty-five color slides. Many of the slides are blurry. Images of 1994 Florida Folk Artists apprenticeship demonstrators, including white oak basket maker Jennings and Steen, and David and Isaac Duenas, who made Cuban gigantes.
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