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  Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections
 Serial/Series Title: 1st Annual Texas Folklife Festival
[Aerial View of Crawfish Racing Track]
Photograph of crawfish racing track from taken from above at the Texas Folklife Festival. Close to the center of the photograph is a square white table painted with concentric red and blue circles. People are crowded around waiting for the start of the crawfish race, sponsored by Texas Champion Crawfish Races in Port Arthur. In the top portion of the photograph there are large yellow letters displayed on a grassy hill that read, "Port Arthur". Directly below that, smaller orange letters read, "Texas Greatest Corner". texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227156/
[African-American Singer Performs Onstage with Pianist]
Photograph of Amenolee Whitaker, African-American singer from Stephen F. Austin University, performing at the Texas Folklife Festival. She is wearing a summer dress with a quilt pattern and white sandals, performing onstage with a pianist. She stands behind a microphone stand to the right of the seated piano player who is facing away from the audience and wearing a green dress. In the background, a beige curtain and colored streamers are hanging. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227303/
[African-American Singer Performs with Pianist]
Photograph of Amenolee Whitaker, African-American singer from Stephen F. Austin University, performing at the Texas Folklife Festival. She is wearing a summer dress with a quilt pattern, performing outdoors during the day on a grassy field. She is standing behind a microphone stand to the right of a seated piano player who also has a microphone set up. The Institute of Texan Cultures visible in the distant background as well as the base of the Tower of the Americas. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227302/
[29 Club Members Performing]
Photograph of 29 Club members, representing Fox Hunt Follies festival in Center, Texas, performing songs and dances of the 1920s at the Texas Folklife Festival. The performance is at night on an outdoor stage; the photograph is taken from out in the audience. Men and women are dressed colorful costumes. Most of the women are wearing solid, brightly-colored dresses with bloomers that cover the knee. Each woman has a white shoulder sash. The men are wearing suits and 1920's style bowler or skimmer hats. One man is dressed in 1920's striped swimwear and playing a guitar. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227043/
[29 Club Members Singing and Dancing]
Photograph of 29 Club members, representing Fox Hunt Follies festival in Center, Texas, performing songs and dances of the 1920's at the Texas Folklife Festival. The performance is at night on an outdoor stage; the photograph is taken from out in the audience. Men and women are dressed colorful costumes. Most of the women are wearing solid, brightly-colored, dresses with bloomers that cover the knee. Each woman has a white shoulder sash. Two men are in suits and are wearing 1920's style bowler hats. Two other men are wearing shorts and polo shirts with 1920's style skimmer hats. Many of the performers are making some gesture with their arms, either raised, out in front, or gesturing toward the audience. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227045/
[Man and Woman Holding Balloons]
Photograph of a male tour guide and female tour guide about to release balloons at the opening ceremony of the first Texas Folklife Festival. The man is in the foreground clutching several strings of balloons and the woman is slightly behind him. Both are surrounded by colorful balloons as they smile at the camera. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227223/
[Woman Releasing Balloons]
Photograph of a female tour guide about to release balloons at the opening ceremony of the first Texas Folklife Festival. She is holding a cluster of colorful balloons that form an arch over her head. She is looking upwards and smiling. In the background another woman is holding another cluster of balloons. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227224/
[Czech Folk Dancing]
Photograph of SPJST Lodge 47 Seaton Star Hall Beseda Dancers of Temple at the Texas Folklife Festival. They represent the New Braunfels Czech Fest. Four men and four women dressed in traditional Czech costumes are performing on an outdoor stage at night. Their costumes are white, black and blue with red trim. The women are wearing dresses with aprons, peasant blouses and small white bonnets. The men are wearing black pants, white shirts, blue vests, and black bow ties. The eight dancers are paired off male and female, forming four couples who are all dancing around a circle, counterclockwise. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227128/
[Czech Dancers]
Photograph of SPJST Lodge 47 Seaton Star Hall Beseda Dancers of Temple at the Texas Folklife Festival. They represent the New Braunfels Czech Fest. Four men and four women dressed in traditional Czech costumes are performing on an outdoor stage at night. Their costumes are white, black and blue with red trim. The women are wearing dresses with peasant blouses and small white bonnets. The men are wearing black pants, white shirts, and blue vests, tied with red ribbon. In the foreground, two men are dancing, facing one another. Behind them on the left, one woman is clapping. Directly behind the two men, a woman has one hand in the air and one near her hip. Behind the men to the right, one woman is standing, facing the back of the stage. The other performers are only partially visible. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227126/
[Czech Folk Dancers]
Photograph of SPJST Lodge 47 Seaton Star Hall Beseda Dancers of Temple at the Texas Folklife Festival. They represent the New Braunfels Czech Fest. Four men and four women dressed in traditional Czech costumes are performing on an outdoor stage at night. The costumes are white, black and blue with red trim. The women are wearing blue dresses with aprons, peasant blouses and small white bonnets. The men are wearing black pants, white shirts, blue vests, and black bow ties. The eight dancers are paired off male and female, standing beside but facing the opposite direction of their partner and holding their right hands together up at eye level while their left hands are on their hips. The couples are arranged on stage in a cross pattern. A few heads of spectators are visible in the foreground at the bottom of the photograph. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227127/
[Opening Ceremonies Balloon Release]
Photograph of exhibit floor tour guides preparing to release balloons at the opening of the first Texas Folklife Festival. Eight tour guides, both male and female, are lined up on an outdoor walkway side by side, each holding up a cluster of colorful balloons. A big portion of the sky is included in the image, and the Tower of the Americas is visible in the background. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227222/
[Alabama-Coushatta Basket Display]
Photograph of the Alabama-Coushatta baskets being displayed in Indian Village at the Texas Folklife Festival. On a table in the foreground are a variety of tan baskets. Some are small and some large, but all are woven. On the other side of the table, women and children are surveying the baskets. In the center, a woman with large red sunglasses is looking at the display. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227178/
[Alabama-Coushatta Indian Dancer Performing]
Photograph of an Alabama-Coushatta Indian dancer performing for a crowd at the Texas Folklife Festival. His clothing is traditional: brightly-colored yellow, red and black, and heavily decorated with feathers. He is wearing knee-high cream-colored animal fur boots, a black loin cloth, a yellow shirt and a dark-colored headdress. Attached to his back are two large bunches of red, yellow, and black feathers, arranged like a fan in a semi-circle. He is dancing on the grass in front of a crowd of spectators. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227333/
[Boerne Village Band Performs]
Photograph of the Boerne Village Band, directed by Dr. Kenneth Herbst, performing at the Texas Folklife Festival. The photograph, taken from the right side of the stage, shows seven band members playing on a stage with an overhead covering and a backdrop with a beige curtain and colored ribbons. All of the members are dressed alike in white short-sleeved shirts, dark pants and dark vests. Starting from the left are two tuba players, then a young drummer, then two clarinet players, followed by two trumpet players. The performance is outdoors at night. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227173/
["Bongo Joe" Performs]
Photograph of George Coleman, "Bongo Joe", performing with his oil barrel drums at the Texas Folklife Festival. He is standing in the right foreground wearing dark blue pants, a light blue shirt and a military helmet. He is playing his orange, green, and pink neon colored drums located in the left foreground. Part of a microphone stand reaches over the top of the drums and holds a microphone in front of Coleman's face. People are standing close by in the background, watching intently. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227203/
["Bongo Joe" Performs for Festival Visitors]
Photograph of George Coleman, "Bongo Joe", performing with his oil barrel drums at the Texas Folklife Festival. He is standing in the left foreground wearing a light-blue collared shirt and a military helmet. The photo is cropped near his waist. He is playing his orange, green, and pink neon colored drums located in the right foreground. He is singing into a silver microphone that is held by a microphone stand that extends over the drums. Another military helmet hangs from the join of the microphone stand. People are standing close by in the background, watching intently. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227201/
["Bongo Joe" Performs on Oil Barrel Drums]
Photograph of George Coleman "Bongo Joe" performing with his oil barrel drums outside at the Texas Folklife Festival. He is standing in the foreground wearing tall red socks, navy shorts, a red collared shirt and a Shriner fez. His oil barrel drums are heavily distressed and painted neon green, orange, pink and yellow. A microphone on a stand reaches over the drums toward Coleman's head. A few festival visitors stand dispersed around the performer. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227285/
["Bongo Joe" Plays Piano]
Photograph of George Coleman, "Bongo Joe", performing on the piano outside at the Texas Folklife Festival. He is seated, playing a light wood-colored piano. He is visible from the waist up. He is wearing a yellow shirt, a red bandana, a large chain necklace and a military helmet. Behind him at the end of the piano, two young girls are trying to get his attention. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227202/
["Bongo Joe" Sings and Plays his Drums]
Photograph of George Coleman, "Bongo Joe", performing with his oil barrel drums at the Texas Folklife Festival. He is standing in the foreground wearing a light-blue collared shirt and a military helmet. The photo is cropped near his waist. He is playing his orange, green, and pink neon colored drums located in the right foreground. He is singing into a silver microphone held by a microphone stand that reaches over the drums. Another military helmet hangs from the join of the microphone stand. People are standing close by in the background, watching intently. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227200/
[Boy demonstrating Historic Toy]
Photograph of a boy demonstrating a toy instrument at Frontier Children's Toyland and Barnyard at the Texas Folklife Festival. The boy is operating a toy instrument contraption comprised of many small figures and wooden parts. Some parts appear to form a xylophone while one figurine appears to be playing a drum. Four other boys are watching. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227024/
[Boy Holding Crawfish]
Photograph of a boy holding a crawfish entered in the crawfish race at the Texas Folklife Festival. The boy, wearing a blue shirt and cowboy hat, is standing behind a red barrier holding the crawfish in his right hand. His left hand is gripping the brim of his hat. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth226974/
[Alamo City Highlanders Pipe Band Performs Onstage at Night]
Photograph of the Alamo City Highlanders Pipe Band, a Scottish band, performing at night at the Texas Folklife Festival. The band members, dressed in traditional Scottish clothing, are lined up onstage. Drummers are on the right and bagpipe players on the left. The photograph is taken from the right side of the stage, showing the performers at an angle. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227219/
[Ameleb Club Booth Preparing Lebanese Shish Kabobs]
Photograph of the Lebanese food booth, sponsored by the Ameleb Club of San Antonio, at the Texas Folklife Festival. The food booth is set up beside a stage that is part of an amphitheater. The rows of the amphitheater are filled with festival visitors. In the foreground behind the food booth, men are cooking Lebanese shish kabobs on large, open-flame grills. Behind them, festival workers are tending to the customers at the counter of the booth. In the background, the Institute of Texas Cultures building is visible. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth226989/
[Ameleb Club Dancer in Purple]
Photograph of the Lebanese-American Ameleb Club dancers from San Antonio, dancing with volunteers from the audience at the Texas Folklife Festival. The photograph features a dancer in profile view with long light-brown hair, wearing a purple belly dancing costume and smiling. She is forming part of a circle in which dancers and audience members are holding hands. She is holding hands with a man in a light purple shirt who is standing on the far side of her. Other dancers are partially visible in the background. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227090/
[Ameleb Club Dancers Amongst the Audience]
Photograph of the Lebanese-American Ameleb Club dancers from San Antonio, dancing in the audience at the Texas Folklife Festival. In the right foreground, a dancer in a red belly dancing outfit is holding hands with someone out of the frame. She is also holding hands with a dancer in a blue belly dancing outfit who is in the center of the image looking at the camera. Children and adults are standing very close to the chain of dancers on all sides. Everyone is watching intently. In the background, several people are lined along the balcony of the Institute of Texan Cultures. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227095/
[Ameleb Club Dancers and Volunteers Forming a Line]
Photograph of the Lebanese-American Ameleb Club dancers from San Antonio, dancing with volunteers from the audience at the Texas Folklife Festival. The dancers and volunteers are lined up holding hands and all facing the front of the dance floor, which is wet and shiny. The photograph is taken from one end of the line, closest to an audience member who's hair and shirt is wet. Next to him in the line, a girl is skipping forward. The line stretches to the other side of the dance floor, about fifteen people. Behind the dance floor is a large Lebanese flag, white with a red top and bottom stripe and a green cedar tree in the center. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227096/
[Ameleb Club Dancers Dance in a Circle with Audience Volunteers]
Photograph of the Lebanese-American Ameleb Club dancers from San Antonio, dancing with volunteers from the audience at the Texas Folklife Festival. The dancers and volunteers, about eight total, form a circle holding hands on the brown dance floor which is sectioned off by lines into small rectangles. The photograph is taken from outside of the circle, at the dancers' hip level. Everyone looks enthusiastic and dancing with one foot off the ground and their adjoined hands raised up in the air. Covering the dance floor is a mesh tarp for shade. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227093/
[Ameleb Club Dancers Dancing and Singing with Volunteers from Audience]
Photograph of the Lebanese-American Ameleb Club dancers from San Antonio, Texas, dancing with volunteers from the audience at the Texas Folklife Festival. The dancers and volunteers form a circle holding hands on the brown shiny dance floor which is sectioned off by lines into small rectangles. The photograph is taken from one side of the circle, looking across to the other side. Everyone is enthusiastic and dancing with their right leg extended out toward the middle of the circle. Some dancers have their mouths open and appear to be singing or shouting. Spectators in the background line the edge of the dance floor. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227094/
[Dorothy Buchanan Making Lye Soap]
Photograph of Dorothy Buchanan, from Bryan, making lye soap in an iron cauldron over a fire pit at the Texas Folklife Festival. She is wearing a green dress, white apron, and newspaper bonnet, stirring the cauldron with a wooden oar. In the background an open grassy hill and the Institute of Texas Cultures is visible. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227040/
[Dr. Horace Allison Performing with 27 Foot Cypress Horn]
Photograph of Dr. Horace Allison, from Carthage, playing his 27 foot long cypress horn onstage at the Texas Folklife Festival. The stage, which is a long flatbed trailer, contains a piano and bench at the right end. Allison is sitting on the bench, facing away from the piano and playing his cypress horn, which stretches across the entire length of the stage. Two horns lay on the stage not being played. One of them is almost as long as the 27 foot horn. The other sits at Allison's feet and is about three feet long. A sign on the stage denotes it as stage 4. In the foreground, festival visitors sit on the grass, facing the stage. On the far side of the stage, many more festival visitors are standing and watching the performance. In the background, other festival booths and tents are visible. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth226997/
[Drummer of Jackie Callier and the Rambling Aces]
Photograph of the drummer of Jackie Callier and the Rambling Aces, a Cajun band from Port Arthur, performing at the Texas Folklife Festival. The drummer is playing a golden-colored drum set and wearing a white, short-sleeved, button-up shirt and black tie. Behind him, large yellow letters reading "Cajun Country" are displayed on a hill. To the right of him, a black net is stretching from the ground up to some point not visible in the photograph. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227275/
[East Texas String Ensemble performs]
Photograph of the East Texas String Ensemble, from Nacogdoches, performing at the Texas Folklife Festival. The band is made up of four male members, each playing an instrument. Starting from the left, there is a violin or fiddle player, a banjo player, a guitarist, and a upright bassist. The band is performing outdoors on a stage. Two microphones are set up for vocals. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227118/
[Entrance to Polish Area]
Photograph of the entrance to the Polish area outside of the Institute of Texan Cultures building at the Texas Folklife Festival. The entrance is denoted by a large archway of paper decorations: red, blue, and white flowers. Visible through the arch, there are red letters hanging from a string of banners that read, "Texas Polonia". Under that another sign reads, "Polish". The Institute of Texas Cultures Building is visible on the left. Festival visitors are sitting and walking through the area. A few Polish flags are scattered throughout the area. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227319/
[Entrance to the Mexican Market]
Photograph of the entrance sign to the Mexican Market at the Texas Folklife Festival. The market is a small sampler of the Mexican area at 'Night in Old San Antonio', an annual Fiesta San Antonio event sponsored by the San Antonio Conservation Society. The photograph shows crowds of people walking around and mingling in the foreground, all the way into the background. In the middleground, a green banner is hanging over the crowd that reads "Mexican Market" in white letters, outlined in red. Below the banner and to the left, two white patio umbrellas are visible. Spanning across the middleground of the photo are four tall posts which are sustaining strings of fiesta flags and a large mesh shading cover which hangs over the whole area. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227311/
[Evelyn Johnson Displaying Homemade Soaps]
Photograph of Evelyn Johnson, from Mesquite, displaying lye soap in the pioneer lye soap booth at the Texas Folklife Festival. She is dressed in a pioneer dress and bonnet. Three different containers on the booth's table contain bars of handmade lye soap. In front of Johnson is a ceramic mixing bowl. Festival visitors have gathered in front of the booth and some are talking to her. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227039/
[Ameleb Club Dancers Dancing with Audience Members]
Photograph of the Lebanese-American Ameleb Club dancers from San Antonio, dancing with audience members at the Texas Folklife Festival. The photo is taken from an elevated perspective and at a distance from the dance floor. Dancers dressed in purple, yellow and red outfits hold hands and form circles with men from the audience. Several pennant flags hang overhead near the stage and also in the upper foreground. A couple rows of festival visitors are seated in front of the dance floor. Behind the dance floor the flag of Lebanon hangs, white with a top and bottom red stripe and a green cedar tree in the middle. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227289/
[Ameleb Club Dancers Dancing with Volunteers from Audience]
Photograph of the Lebanese-American Ameleb Club dancers from San Antonio, dancing with volunteers from the audience at the Texas Folklife Festival. The dancers and volunteers form a circle as they hold hands on the brown shiny dance floor which is sectioned off by lines into small rectangles. The photograph is taken from the corner of the dance floor, looking across to the other side. In the foreground is a group of about six people in a circle, but more are visible dancing in the background. Spectators line the edge of the dance floor. A mesh net hangs over the dance floor to provide some shade. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227097/
[Announcer Holding Up Preparation H Ointment]
Photograph of an announcer at the crawfish races holding up a box of Preparation H ointment at the Texas Folklife Festival. He is wearing sunglasses, a blue shirt with a small black tie, and a black beret. In the background, spectators of the race are visible. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227154/
[Antique Grinding Wheel]
Photograph of a young girl and boy looking at an antique grinding wheel at the Texas Folklife Festival. The children are in the foreground of the photograph. The boy has his hand on part of the machine and the girl is standing beside him. A group of men are visible in the middle ground and a log cabin is being assembled in the background. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227250/
[Baca Dulcimer Band Performing]
Photograph of the Baca Dulcimer Band, a Czech band from Houston, Texas, performing at the Texas Folklife Festival. The band is playing on an outdoor stage at night. There are five musicians in the photograph, starting from the left: a vocalist holding a microphone, Ray Baca in the foreground playing the hammer dulcimer, a drummer in the background, a tuba player, and a some sort of reed player, most likely a clarinetist. The stage's backdrop is a pale yellow curtain. Some decorative colored ribbons are hanging in front of the curtain. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227273/
[Backwoods Volunteers Bluegrass Band Performing]
Photograph of the Backwoods Volunteers Bluegrass Band, from San Antonio, performing on an outdoor stage at the Texas Folklife Festival. The stage, which is a long flatbed trailer, contains a piano, bench and loudspeaker at one end. The band is set up to the right of the piano. There is a mandolin player, guitarist, acoustic bass player, banjo player and steel guitarist. The former three are gathered around one microphone and the latter two are gathered around another. A few spectators are visible in the foreground, sitting on the grass in front of the stage. Behind the stage in the background is a grassy field containing a few lounging festival visitors. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth226984/
[Ballet de Los Niños Performance]
Photograph of the Ballet de Los Niños from San Antonio, performing a Mexican folk dance at the Texas Folklife Festival. Four boys and four girls are visible onstage. The boys are wearing black pants, colored sashes, and solid color shirts, each one a different color. The girls are wearing traditional dresses, either blue or red. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227294/
[Ballet de Los Niños Performing a Spanish Dance]
Photograph of the Ballet de Los Niños from San Antonio performing a Spanish dance at the Texas Folklife Festival. All of the dancers onstage are female, dressed in black and white polka dotted dresses with red trim. Each one also wears a red flower on her head. They are spread out on the stage, grasping their skirts and swinging them around. Spectators have gathered on all sides of the stage to watch the performance. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227295/
[Ballet Folklorico de San Antonio]
Photograph of Ballet Folklorico de San Antonio performing a Spanish dance onstage at the Texas Folklife Festival. The performance is at night. There are six women dressed in midriff tops and long colorful skirts, dancing in front of two men who are playing classical guitar. Several people have gathered in front of the stage to watch. Women are (left to right) Dolly Mendez, Brenda Wheeler, Teresa Champion, Rosalina "Chayito" Champion, and Sylvia Davis. Guitarist on right is Willie "El Curro" Champion. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227298/
[Band With Young Drummer Performs]
Photograph of the Boerne Village Band, directed by Dr. Kenneth Herbst, performing at the Texas Folklife Festival. Four band members are playing on a stage with a beige curtain and colored ribbons hanging in the background. The drummer is a very young boy but the other three members are elderly men. All of the members are dressed alike in white short-sleeved shirts, dark pants and dark vests. Starting from the left is a tuba player, then the young drummer, then two clarinet players. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227172/
[Basket-Making Demonstration]
Photograph of Alice Battise demonstrating Alabama-Coushatta basket-making in Indian Village at the Texas Folklife Festival. She is sitting in a chair, wearing Native American necklaces, and a purple dress with white and green trim. She has started weaving a small basket which is resting in her lap. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227180/
[Belgian Bowling]
Photograph of a woman participating in Belgian bowling at the Texas Folklife Festival. The booth is outdoors, on the grass, next to a chain-link fence. She has just released a round, flat object that is rolling toward a wooden crate. The booth's sponsor, George DeWinne, is watching. Two other men are also watching in the background. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227125/
[Berm Sliding]
Photograph of children berm sliding at the Texas Folklife Festival. Some children are sliding down a grassy hill while others climb to the top. Two tall buildings and the Institute of Texan Cultures are visible in the background. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227028/
[Bird's Eye View of "Cajun Country"]
Photograph taken from bird's eye view of large, steep, grassy slope at the Texas Folklife Festival. Large yellow lettering is loosely arranged on the right side of the hill and reads "Cajun Country" which is sponsored by the Cajun Festival and Texas Champion Crawfish Races in Port Arthur. Some people are sitting or standing at the top of the slope where the ground levels out. The area behind them is decorated with pennant flags and contains a couple of booths. Many festival visitors are walking around this area. Several other people are standing or sitting close to the bottom of the slope. A few people are sitting on the lettering. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227136/
[Bird's Eye View of Drummer]
Bird's eye photograph of the drummer of Jackie Callier and the Rambling Aces, a Cajun band from Port Arthur, performing at the Texas Folklife Festival. The drummer is playing at the back of a wooden stage and wearing black pants, a white short-sleeved shirt, and a red hat. Instrument cases and some cables are strewn around the drum set. Two people are sitting on the back of the stage in the top right of the photograph. A trash can is located offstage right behind the drummer. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth227143/
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