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SEE TUB 0010; 0011; 0013
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[Songs recorded at Tungkalang, Sanga-Sanga and Tungbangkao, Bilatan, Tawi-Tawi], 1965-1966 [sound recording]
Track information transcribed from list provided by H. Arlo Nimmo.
You probably know orchids as the big, colorful flowers found in grocery stores and given as housewarming gifts. But those tropical beauties represent only a fraction of the estimated 25,000 orchid species worldwide. While their showy relatives fly off the shelves, North America’s more understated native orchids are disappearing in the wild. Scientists at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center are working to protect these orchids and their habitats, but first they need to solve a surprisingly difficult problem: how to grow one.
An interview of César Martínez conducted 1997 Aug. 21-28, by Jacinto Quirarte, in Martínez's studios, San Antonio, Tex., for the Archives of American Art. Martinez discusses his family; schooling; experience in Korea and returning to San Antonio; meeting other artists; joining artists' groups; artists who have influenced him; the themes, forms, meaning, development, processes of his work; and specific works.
An interview of James McGarrell conducted 1978 Aug. 17, by Dennis Barrie, for the Archives of American Art. McGarrell discusses his interest in jazz and jazz documentation; education in California and Germany; his career in Portland and Bloomington; and the influences on his work and his personal creative process.
Transcript: 123 pages.
An interview of Julius Shulman conducted 1990 January 12-February 3, by Taina Rikala De Noriega, for the Archives of American Art.
Side 1: On lable Virginia Limeta. Side 2: Augustina Fernandez. Recorded in Yalálag, Oaxaca in Mexico
Man and woman singing and playing ukelele
Disc Note:Jpm List:JPH Lr Marr Alsea Texts and Myths; Frachtenberg, Leo J; BAE Bulletin 67, 1920