two proof sheets with 52 black and whites images (plus negatives). The Sunday Folk Music in the Park concert series were held between September and February each year from 1991 through 1993 in the amphitheater at the Stephen Foster State Folk Culture Center (Stephen Foster Center). Each concert showcased a different mucial style: gospel, bluegrass, Florida folk, and Irish music among others. The series was arranged and promoted by the Florida Folklife Program.
One reel to reel recording. Tammy Murray served as the emcee. Israeli dance group -- performing to recorded music -- led by Susie Rudder of Gainesville. Group consisted of nine dancers in Israeli outfits (skirts and trousers). Perform traditional Jewish dances.
One reel to reel recording. Tammy Murray served as the emcee. Patchwork was led by Cathy DeWitt, and hailed from Gainesville. The song Chief Osceola was written by Will McLean. Other members were: Tammy Murray, Jolene Star Jones, Barbara Johnson, and Janet Tucker.
One reel to reel recording. Murray served as the emcee. Southwind consisted of Sandra Jenison (bass/vocal); Doug Nauman (banjo/vocal); Sharon Nauman (autoharp/vocal); and Mary Ann Dinella (guitar/vocal).
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