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  Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections
 Decade: 1970-1979
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[4-H Clubs of Medina County Sponsored Corn Crib]

[4-H Clubs of Medina County Sponsored Corn Crib]

Date: [1974-09-12..1974-09-15]
Creator: unknown
Description: Slide of 4-H Clubs of Medina County sponsored a corn crib, which was used to dry and store corn. On the left is a crowd of people facing three people in the background. On the left is a girl sitting on a structure built with logs. This was taken at the Texas Folklife Festival.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections
[29 Club Members Performing]

[29 Club Members Performing]

Date: [1972-09-07..1972-09-10]
Creator: unknown
Description: 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.
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[29 Club Members Singing and Dancing]

[29 Club Members Singing and Dancing]

Date: [1972-09-07..1972-09-10]
Creator: unknown
Description: 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.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections
[Accordionist for Round Top Brass Band]

[Accordionist for Round Top Brass Band]

Date: [1979-08-02..1979-08-05]
Creator: Informedia
Description: Photograph of a male accordionist performing with the Round Top Brass Band at the Texas Folklife Festival in San Antonio, Texas. He has a handlebar mustache and is smiling as he plays his black and white accordion. He is wearing a brown corduroy visor and a white shirt with the sleeves rolled up.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections
[Accordionist with Round Top Brass Band]

[Accordionist with Round Top Brass Band]

Date: [1979-08-02..1979-08-05]
Creator: Informedia
Description: Photograph of a male accordionist performing with the Round Top Brass Band at the Texas Folklife Festival in San Antonio, Texas. He has a mustache and is playing a black and white accordion. He is wearing a brown corduroy visor and a white shirt with the sleeves rolled up. A tuba player is visible behind him on the right.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections
[Adobe Making Demonstration]

[Adobe Making Demonstration]

Date: [1976-08-05..1976-08-08]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Bill Corkery demonstrating how to make adobe at the Texas Folklife Festival in San Antonio, Texas. Bill leans over a wooden trough as he pours water into the individual sections. Several festival stand behind Bill, watching the demonstration.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections
[Adobe Making Demonstration]

[Adobe Making Demonstration]

Date: [1976-08-05..1976-08-08]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Bill Corkery demonstrating how to make adobe at the Texas Folklife Festival in San Antonio, Texas. Bill leans over the wooden trough, shoveling an unknown substance into the individual sections. A festival participant stands behind Bill, watching the demonstration.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections
[Adobe Making Demonstration]

[Adobe Making Demonstration]

Date: [1976-08-05..1976-08-08]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Bill Corkery demonstrating how to make adobe at the Texas Folklife Festival in San Antonio, Texas. Bill leans over the pit of adobe, raking the mixture as festival participants watch.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections
[Aerial View of Texas Folklife Festival]

[Aerial View of Texas Folklife Festival]

Date: [1977-08-04..1977-08-07]
Creator: unknown
Description: Aerial photograph of the Institute of Texas Cultures and surrounding area during the Texas Folklife Festival. The Institute building is in the center. Its surrounding lawn is speckled with festival visitors. The outer rim of the property contains a majority of the booths which are recognizable from above by the rainbow canopies that are covering them. The area is bordered by two roads and a highway.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections
[Aerial View of the Institute of Texan Cultures]

[Aerial View of the Institute of Texan Cultures]

Date: [1977-08-04..1977-08-07]
Creator: unknown
Description: Aerial photograph of the Institute of Texas Cultures building during the Texas Folklife Festival. The Institute building is at the top of the photo. Its surrounding lawn is speckled with festival visitors. The left side of the property contains a group of booths which are recognizable from above by the rainbow canopies that are covering them. A group of flagpoles at the entrance to the building are visible near the bottom of the photo.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections
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