Angie Poulos, member of Tallahassee's Holy Mother of God Greek Orthodox Church, holding crocheted doilies she made in Thomasville, Georgia.

118522
Date
2001
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
FS011104
Folklife Programs.

Portrait of Syrian kanoun player Elias Kilzi in Miami, Florida.

118525
Date
2001
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
FS011107
Folklife Programs.

Interior view showing artwork and religious objects at St. George's Antiochian Orthodox Church in Jacksonville, Florida.

119067
Date
2002
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
FS220216
Folklife Programs.

Interior view showing wall art inside Farhat's Pita Bakery in Jacksonville, Florida.

119075
Date
2002
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
FS22025
Folklife Programs.

Girl Scouts building shelf at their Lafayette Park camp site in Tallahassee.

266846
Date
1962
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
TD01257A
--Study and teaching--Activity programs

Interior view showing audience in the Asolo Theater at the Ringling Museum in Sarasota.

272791
Date
196-?
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR78209
programs of films, lectures

Interior view showing artwork at St. George's Antiochian Orthodox Church in Jacksonville, Florida.

119068
Date
2002
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
FS220217
Folklife Programs.

Gemini program summary

8619
Date
Between 1964 and 1966
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR10169
Gemini program summary

Four open air turbojet engine test cells and control rooms - Apix, Florida.

31536
Date
1958
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
RC08585
Space programs

Rocket engine test stands - Apix, Florida.

31537
Date
1958
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
RC08586
Space programs

Calling Cape Canaveral

273838
Date
2014-12-30
Collection
Blog Posts
and the Space Program, or search

Camp Roosevelt

295197
Date
2014-07-30
Collection
Blog Posts
separate federal programs

Commercial buildings on Monroe St. near the corner of Call St. in Tallahassee, Florida.

233626
Date
Not before 1985
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
TDI285
and programs relating to parking

Fifteen Years with 4-WTVJ

245398
Date
1964
Collection
Video
Description
Host Ralph Rennick shows footage and stories that Miami TV station WTVJ collected in its first 15 years on the air. Mitchell Wolfson, co-host, founded the station, as well as Wometco Enterprises. There are scenes of the 1951 Orange Bowl Parade, the 1951 Senate Crime Hearings in Dade County on gambling, the 1954 LeRoy Collins - Charlie Johns debate, the 1957 Cape Canaveral Satellite launching, the death of an Italian boat racer at the Orange Bowl Regatta, Castro's arrival in Havana after taking power, Hurricane Donna in 1961, Orange Bowl football, return of soldiers from the Bay of Pigs, and President John F. Kennedy's visit to Miami in 1963.
Video Details
1964/29:25; B&W; sound; V-95 DA044; S. 828
Space program

Florida’s Wildlife Heritage

296303
Date
1983
Collection
Video
Description
This film examines the negative impact humans have had on Florida’s environment. The soundtrack begins with gentle flute music as scenes of swamp grasses, flowers and birds at dawn grace the screen. The music soon switches to up-tempo pop as the footage shows surfers, sailboats and sunbathers on the beach. The narrator emphasizes the importance of balancing the environmental needs of humans with the needs of endangered wildlife species through land conservation and wildlife management programs. A female loggerhead turtle lays eggs on the beach and baby turtles hatch and crawl toward the sea. The film shows a variety of birds, including limpkins, anhingas, hawks, ducks and a red cockaded woodpecker. A gopher turtle eats and burrows in scrubland pine forests, which the narrator describes as “part of an important ecosystem.” Through burrowing, the highly adaptable turtle provides habitats for the endangered indigo snake. Footage shows a manatee and her babies swimming as the narrator explains that they are vulnerable to speeding motorboats. The narrator discusses environmental success stories, such as the passing of laws that protect alligators and the decreased use of pesticides, which improved the health and viability of Brown Pelican eggs. According to the narrator, the best way to protect our “wildlife heritage” is to work together to set aside parcels of land for wildlife and create wildlife parks and wildlife sanctuaries. The film ends with shots of Apalachicola National Forest and Edward Ball Wildlife Foundation signs and additional scenes of animals, flowers, rivers and beaches. This film was produced by the Ed Ball Wildlife Foundation.
Video Details
16:25; color; sound; V-258; DA146
and wildlife management programs. A

Sales representatives in "spacettes" costume pose before the rocket entranceway of Tupperware Home Parties Inc. - Orlando, Florida

77977
Date
1960
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
C033886
.S. was a space-age program.

Tampa Blue performing at the 1987 Florida Folk Festival (Old Marble Stage)

237802
Date
05/22/1987
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Type
Sound
Item ID
T87-94
Florida Folklife Program

Saturday performances at the 1983 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage) (Reel 15)

238787
Date
1983-05-28
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
One reel to reel recording. Boltin served as emcee.
Type
Sound
Item ID
T83-186
Florida Folklife Program

Miami-Dade Fire Rescue personnel attending to child during the 2010 Haiti Earthquake rescue efforts.

96226
Date
2010
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
DG00230
force program manager, 786

Flier advertising a fish fry at Centennial Field benefitting Tallahassee Babe Ruth Baseball, 1971

297340
Date
1971
Collection
Florida Broadsides
Description
A flier advertising a fish fry to be held July 1, 1971 at Centennial Field in Tallahassee. Proceeds went toward sending local teams from Tallahassee's Babe Ruth Baseball program to play in the District All-Star Tournament. Admission was a dollar for children and $1.50 for adults.
Type
text
program to play in the District

Evening Program at the Old Marble Stage (Tape 4)

236194
Date
1989-10-21
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
One DAT tape. There were two programs (morning and evening) for the 1995 Songs Along the Suwannee concert, recorded onto five DAT tapes.
Type
Sound
Florida Folklife Program

FLORIDA FOR FUN AND PICTURES

253058
Date
n.d.
Collection
Video
Video Details
26:15; color; sound; V-6 DA019; S. 828
Description
This film shows a steamboat replica on the Suwannee River, shell collecting on Sanibel Island, an Ormond Beach antique car, races at Daytona, and other scenes on a tour of Florida. Every now and then someone is seen taking movies or still photos. There is good NASA footage of activity at Cape Canaveral. At Cypress Gardens, the narrator gives exposure settings. It covers Tallahassee, Jacksonville, Ocala, St. Petersburg, Everglades, Homosassa Springs, Disney World, Parrot Jungle, Lion Country Safari, Citrus Tower, Truman Winter White House and Hemingway Home. The film shows gators, hippopotami, thoroughbred horses, tropical birds, flamingos and African animals. Viewers see airboat and shrimp boats. Produced by Eastman Kodak.
Space program

GOV. FARRIS BRYANT PRESS CONFERENCE

253173
Date
1964
Collection
Video
Video Details
28:28; b&w; sound; V-225 DA109; S. 828
Description
This film features two press conferences with Gov. Bryant: (October 15, 1964) Michael Barfield, a young boy who rescued a child from a burning building, receives a Florida flag and tie tack from Gov. Bryant and talks to reporters. Gov. Bryant also comments on a Southern Governors' Conference proposal that would block integration by giving local control over public schools, the Miami expressway program, the 1964 Presidential campaign, and Floridians Bob Hayes and Dave Shoelander, who were Olympic gold medalists in Tokyo. Gov. Bryant also responds to the announcement that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. He states that Dr. King did not operate peacefully in St. Augustine and that he disagrees with the Nobel Committee's decision. (May 28, 1964) Gov. Bryant comments on giving assistance to Jacksonville Mayor Haydon Burns in the gubernatorial race, the invasion of US airspace by Cuban jets and Florida's space industry. This film has several in-camera edits and some issues with contrast fluctuation. Produced by the Florida Development Commission.
program, the 1964 Presidential

Board of Control members taking part in a discussion at conference on higher education - Tallahassee, Florida

43887
Date
1962
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
RC22988
to recommend a program for the 1962

Flier advertising Wakulla County's first annual Sun & Fun Time on the Ochlocknee River

297305
Date
1971
Collection
Florida Broadsides
Description
Flier advertising the first annual Sun & Fun Time event, sponsored by the Wakulla County Chamber of Commerce. It was held May 29-30, likely 1971. Events included a water ski show, boat races, a fish fry, and a concert. The document refers to Wakulla County as "Florida's last uncrowded playground."
Type
text
/> Awards and Platform Program

Dedication of State Capitol

297431
Date
1978-03-31
Collection
Florida Broadsides
Description
Program for the dedication of the new state capitol.
Type
text
>Tallahassee, Florida

PROGRAM

Scenic view at Pahokee State Park next to Lake Okeechobee - Palm Beach County, Florida

108744
Date
1986
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
FA2825
Folklife Programs

View showing visitors near stage at the Zora Neale Hurston Festival of the Arts and Humanities in Eatonville, Florida.

124215
Date
1999
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
FS99103
Florida Folklife Program

Food Fights for Freedom campaign - Mobilization Guide, ca. 1943

299298
Date
1943-10-01
Collection
Florida Broadsides
Description
This mobilization guide, entitled "How to Mobilize Your Community to Make Food Fight for Freedom," was produced by the War Food Administration and the Office of Price Administration in cooperation with the Office of War Information and the Office of Civilian Defense. The guide was designed mainly for local civil defense leaders to use in deploying strategies to conserve food at the local level. The guide describes the objectives of the Food Fights for Freedom campaign, including educating the public about the importance of food, growing the right kinds of food at the right time of year, curtailing waste, cooperating with the rationing program, preserving food, etc. Suggested stratgies for educating the public on how to achieve these goals included home visits, community meetings, theater, press and radio announcements, award programs, proclamations, parades, information booths, exhibits, poster contests, and community food projects.
Type
text
programs. Streamers, street

Louise Sanders presentation at the 1986 Summer Folk Culture Seminar

239148
Date
1989-07-10
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Nine audio cassettes. The theme this year was "Folklife and Immigration." C89-31: Nancy Nusz and Ormond Loomis open the Seminar. Olivia Cadaval is the primary speaker. She opens with a discussion of her family's background and traditions as immigrants. She also discusses her ethnicity as a Latin American; layers of identity; definitions of culture; folk culture and folklife; festivals; aesthetic use of space; identity through items and structures; participant view of folk culture; institutions within the community; material culture and how it is meaningful to us; elite, popular, and folk culture as a continuum. C89-32: Olivia Cadaval continues her discussion focusing on time concept; pop pressure; defines folk culture-groups/communities; ethnicity and material culture; "built environment"; extended family in the neighborhood, community, home, occupation, religion, society, etc.; regionalism; border traditions; stereotypes. She approaches these subjects from a Latin American perspective referring to terms such as comadres and copadres, and subjects such as the Virgen de Guadalupe. C89-33: Olivia Cadaal continues her discussion on stereotypes focusing on such subjects as virgins; significant plants; Spanish bayonet; the piñata. Nancy Nusz conducts/discusses community building. Olivia Cadaval on the immigrant home. C89-34: Continuation of Olivia Cadaval on the immigrant home; discussion of occupational traditions including Curly Dekle and whipmaking; Haitian traditions; society at work; hierarchies; illustration of traditional occupations. C89-35: Discussion of occupations is continued. Ricki Saltzman discusses folk religion and Jewish folklore and ethnicity; foodways in religion; the Jewish religious year and generational upbringing; Jewish cookbooks as showing community value; variation differences between ideal and reality; festive foodways; wedding, birthday, and funeral customs. Specific aspects of the topics mentioned include Eastern Europe; the Passover/Easter; Torah; Mezuzah. C89-36: Riki Saltzman continues her discussion with ways to get children and their families to use/investigate folklore; ritual comparison (Kwanza is used as an example). Seminar attendees form groups of three, interview one another, and discuss results. Olivia Cadaval discusses folk examples of today; shows video clips of neighborhood celebrations seen and discussed; ethnic community celebrations (Corpus Christi, Holy Cross, and comparsa used as examples). C89-37: Olivia Cadaval continues discussion of community celebrations and material culture; toys. She reviews folk culture and material culture and discusses it as applied to folk art (Seminole art used as example). C89-38: Nancy Nusz continues discussion of folk art and discusses examples such as the Quetzal (bird symbolic of Guatemala). Slides are shown. There is an indication that a machine breaks part way into Side B - the index sheet does not specify whether it is tape recorder or slide machine. C89-39: Slideshow of folk artisans discussed.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C89-31
Item ID
C89-32
Item ID
C89-33
Item ID
C89-34
Item ID
C89-35
Item ID
C89-36
Item ID
C89-37
Item ID
C89-38
Item ID
C89-39
Florida Folklife Program

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