Two proof sheets with 33 black and white images (plus negatives). Unidentified images from the 1994 Rural folklife Days-- a festival held each November at the Stephen Foster Center to demonstrate rural traditions in Florida.
One audio cassette tape. Curly Dekle discusses rodeos, cattle ranges, and care of cattle including rounding up cattle and cattle-dipping, early rodeos and changes in rodeo. He also discusses his family history and the history of Florida Crackers.
One audio cassette tape. Joanna Marsh, storyteller (introduced by Brent Tozzer and with interpreter, Diane Delage) discusses her personal experiences including attending folk festivals as a child with her grandfather and losing her hearing at the age of 21.
One audio cassette tape. Lilian Arce and her daughter (introduced by Brent Tozzer and Laurie Sommers), who teach traditions and dance in West Palm Beach, discuss Chilean and Hispanic dance as well as holiday celebrations and the history of Chile.
One audio cassette tape. Omialadora Ajamu (introduced by Brent Tozzer) talks of her experiences in Archer and of an annual festival honoring African culture. She also discusses African beliefs in the supernatural and the importance of cowry shells as money and in spiritual life.
One audio cassette tape. Tozzer served as emcee. Curly Dekle discusses his background in rodeo and Florida cattle raising. He tells what the cow whip is used for and gives demonstration at the end. He also talks about current rodeo.
One audio cassette recordings. Margaret Hovarth, a Hungarian embroiderer interviewed by Brett Tozzer, discusses when she learned to embroider, learning from her grandmother and mother, her immigration to the United States and different styles and designs of embroidery both old and new.
One audio cassette recordings. Lolly V. Ferro, interviewed by Brent Tozzer, speaks for the Knights of Rizal, Filipino-American folk musicians. He discusses various aspects of Filipino culture including language, music, embroidery and holidays as well as how Filipino culture is carried out by their...
One audio cassette recordings. Jamaican musician Ricky Richards, interviewed by Brent Tozzer, describes Niabingi sacred singing - part of Rastafarianism and similar to reggae only different from secular reggae. He explains the origins of the music and performs two pieces with drums.
One audio cassette recordings. Angela Patua Crocitti, interviewed by Brent Tozzer, Afro-Brazilian folk music and its Yoruba influences. She performs several pieces. She talks about the type of audience she draws in Brazil and her life in the US.
One audio cassette tape. Tozzer and Bucuvalas served as emcee. Martha Jones, Jenny Shore and Mary Johns lead a Seminole Family Camp Roundtable. Serbian dancers, Serbska Kruna, led by Robert and Irina Lasic make up the second interview on the tape.
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