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.
Slide of people operating an African American soul food booth at the Texas Folklife Festival. There are three people behind a counter that has various warming trays filled with food. There is a woman in front waiting for her food to be served.
Slide of two women of the Alabama-Coushatta tribe at a food that serves barbecued beef and sassafras tea in the Indian Village of the Texas Folklife Festival. They are wearing Native American accessories and jewelry. There are bins in front of them on a table with the food.
Slide of three Alabama-Coushatta women preparing food for their booth at the Texas Folklife Festival. One woman on the left checks on bread frying in a pot. Two girls on the right are dressed in traditional garbs and watch the woman work. The girl on the far right pulls at dough in a large container.
Slide of Alamo Area Square Dancers performing on stage at the Texas Folklife Festival. All of the female dancers are wearing the same mid-length light colored dress that have a large bell while all the men wear dark trousers and different button-down shirts.
Slide of three boys playing at Alamo Heights Fire Pumper Display at the Texas Folklife Festival. The pumper has a long nose where the engine sits, a bench and a horn on the right. Two boys are standing on the left side of it while one it sitting in it. The display was sponsored by the Transportation Museum of San Antonio
Slide of Alexey A. Leonov, Soviet / Russian cosmonaut, with a film recorder at the Texas Folklife Festival. He is standing near another man with multiple cameras. Leonov is filming some of the sights at the festival.
Slide of the Ameleb Club members cooking and operating the Lebanese food booth at the Texas Folklife Festival. A woman on the left is stirring a large pot. To her left are many food items on sticks and to her left is a man cooking the food items on sticks on a grill. There is also another man to the right with his back turned in the background who is also cooking to same food items.
Slide of Tosh (left), an Apache silversmith, with Jack Battise, Alabama-Coushatta drummer and chanter at the Texas Folklife Festival. They are both fully dressed in elaborate outfits. There are also two other people also dressed up.
Slide of an Apache silversmith sitting down at the Texas Folklife Festival. He has a red case of silver jewelry. He is wearing Native American jewelry. There are two people on the right looking at his wares and one of them is is picking one of his silver pieces out of the case.
Slide of an arm wrestling contest sponsored by the Bexar County Cowards. There are two young men on either sides of a table and a woman standing in the background judging the contest. This was taken at the Texas Folklife Festival.
Slide of Bruce Marshall, an artist from Austin, Texas, in costume is sitting at a table with three four adults, three of whom are in costume, and a young boy behind him. Marshall is sketching on a large drawing pad. This was taken at the Texas Folklife Festival.
Slide of the Austin Polish Folk Dancers performing on the Ballet Folklorico de San Antonio stage at the Texas Folklife Festival. There are five male-female dance partners all in a circle and the women are about an arm's length in front of the men. Each man has their hands on their female partner's shoulders and peer over her right shoulder. In reply, the women turn slightly and look and their male partner over the same shoulder. All the dancers are dressed in Polish folk clothes.
Slide of the Backwoods Volunteers Bluegrass Band performing at the Texas Folklife Festival. The band has six members, two women and four men, playing onstage with various instruments, such as guitar, banjos and violins. There are people in the foreground sitting down to watch.
Slide of the gymnastic team of the San Antonio Jewish Community Center at the Texas Folklife Festival. On a balance beam is a girl performing a routine. At both ends of the beams are two men, also a part of the team, supervising the young girl and holding the ends of the beam. There are spectators sitting and standing behind the balance beam. Underneath the beam are large pads for the gymnast's safety.
Slide of members of Ballet Folklorico de San Antonio performing a dance called "El Son de la Negra" at the Texas Folklife Festival. There are four female dancers onstage, all in white dresses and boots. They are swinging their dresses. The dancers are (left to right) Terry Narvaiez, Edna Perez, Lulu Chavez, and Boni Ramos.
Slide of members of Ballet Folklorico de San Antonio holding fans in front of their chests at the Texas Folklife Festival. The girls are all in Mexican folk dresses for performing dances from Veracruz, Mexico. All the dresses have white skirts and each girl has a different colored top to their dress. They also have hair accessories in matching colors. Betty Silva is second from left, Wanda Balmos is fifth from left, and Cynthia DeHoyos is sixth from left.
Slide of The Ballet Folklorico de San Antonio of San Antonio, Texas performing at the Texas Folklife Festival. The dancers are all young females in traditional Mexican dresses. The dancers are grabbing their dresses and swinging their flowing dresses as they dance.
Slide of members of the Ballet Folklorico de San Antonio performing on stage at the Texas Folklife Festival. (Left to right) Terry Narvaiez, Edna Perez, Lulu Chavez,and Boni Ramos. They are performing a Mexican folk dance called "La Negra." The four female dancers are all in white dresses and boots. They are waving colored cloths over their heads as part of their dance.
Slide of Rocky Stallings demonstrating a blowgun in the Indian Village area of the Texas Folklife Festival. He is holding a long hollow stick to his mouth. His cheeks are bubbled out as he blows into it.
Slide of Bob Gallaway's booth at the Texas Folklife Festival that offers silk screening on shirts. He and his wife, Liz Gallaway, run the booth and are from San Antonio. In the image, Bob Gallaway is taking an order for a shirt from a woman.
Slide of The Boerne Village Band performing at the Texas Folklife Festival on stage. The band consists of four members playing a tuba, saxophones and clarinets. There are people around the stage listening to the music.
Slide of a booth that serves aguas frescas in the Mexican Market section of the Texas Folklife Festival. There are three large clear containers, each filled with a different colored liquid. There are three women in the booth. There are also stacks of cups on the counters.
Slide of 4-H Clubs of Medina County sponsored corn husking and shelling at the Texas Folklife Festival. There is a young boy and girl husking corn. The boy is standing behind a trash can that is filled with corn husks. There are also corn husks all over the ground.
Slide of the Transportation Museum of San Antonio area at the Texas Folklife Festival. There are two boys present, one of whom is holding a tool that he is using to drive railroad spikes into a section of railroad behind the boys. There are two men to the right of the boys, one of whom is overseeing the boys.
Slide of a boy sitting on a hollow log that is strung up on four ropes. Four men are using the ropes to swing and buck the log to give the boy a "Bucking Barrel Ride." This was sponsored by Frank Madla and was taken at the Texas Folklife Festival.
Slide of M.C. Robert Thonhoff dancing with the bunny mascot at the Texas Folklife Festival. The mascot is a part of the Bunny Brass Band who is playing in the background on the right. The band members are all dressed as rabbits and one is standing in front of the band directing. The rest of the band is facing Thonhoff and the bunny mascot playing brass instruments, such as the French horn and trumpet.
Slide of the Bunny Brass Band performing onstage at the Texas Folklife Festival. The band is formed into a half circle with the maestro standing in the middle in front of them. They are all in rabbit costumes. The bunny mascot is a small boy, also dressed up, and is standing in the foreground to the left. He is holding a round makeshift sign reading "Easter Fires Pageant Mar. 29, 1975."
Slide of artist Caroline Shelton (right) painting cascerones (painted eggshells that can be filled with confetti) at the Texas Folklife Festival. In front of Shelton, there is a table covered in egg cartons and there are arches over the table decorated with paper flowers. The booth was sponsored by the San Antonio Conservation Society.
Slide of Charlene of Kingsbury, Texas making corn dolls in her booth. She works at a table with corn on the cobs in a bucket and other supplies to make her dolls. There are two that are made in front of her to her right. These two are female dolls and one is not completely finished, but has long braids. This was taken at the Texas Folklife Festival.
Slide of children playing in the Children's Toyland and Barnyard in the Texas Folklife Festival. There is a girl sliding down a board headfirst. There are children behind her in a tunnel and hay all around.
Slide of a young man helping a child on a hollow log that is strung up on four ropes. There are other children around, some pushing or pulling at the ropes. This was taken at the Buckin' Barrel Ride, sponsored by Frank Madla, at the Texas Folklife Festival.
Slide of children playing with a few see-saws in the Toyland and Barnyard section of the Texas Folklife Festival. There are four children playing, one on each end of two different see-saws. The see-saws are made of wood logs.
Slide of Cecil Overstreet (on ladder), Clifton Warden and a helper using stone to build a chimney on a log house at the Texas Folklife Festival. The mentioned people are gathered near and on the roof and making progress on the chimney while two other men squat at the base of it as they wait for an opportunity to help with the project.
Slide of two women placing cooked eggrolls into paper slips to they can be served for customers at their booth. The two women are sitting down at the table that is filled with trays, one containing eggrolls and two with paper slips for eggrolls to be served in. This was taken at the Texas Folklife Festival.
Slide of the Chuckwagon food booth at the Texas Folklife Festival. Richard Bolt (center) is the cook from Pitchfork Ranch in Guthrie, Texas and is selling food with the same recipes. There are also cowboys on the far left waiting for girls to request their free cowboy kiss.