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Collection Number: 20368

Collection Title: Latin American Women's Textiles in North Carolina Collection, 1996

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Size 93 items (0.5 linear feet)
Abstract Here and There/Aqui y Alla was an exhibit of Latin American women's textiles in North Carolina presented at the 1996 Festival for the Eno in Durham, N.C. Kelly Feltault coordinated both the preliminary fieldwork and the presentation of the exhibit with contract assistance provided by Leila Childs, Kate (Kathryn) Hanser, and Ann Kaplan, all graduate students in the Folklore Curriculum at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Textile work exhibited included crocheted doilies, afghans, table cloths, and baby clothes; embroidered dresses, blouses, and head sashes; cross-stitched tortilla wraps and pillowcases for newlyweds; knitted sweaters; woven skirts from Guatemala; girl's dresses sewn without a pattern; hand hooked bags; and calado. The fieldwork and exhibit material focuses on the work, skills, and life experiences of eight Latin American textile artists: Manuela Avila Morales (Guatemala), Elvira Garcia (Mexico), Nazaria Munoz Joaquin (Mexico), and Ereneida Duarte Ocampo (Mexico) in Siler City, N.C.; Juana Pascual (Guatemala) and Agustina Lopez (Guatemala) in Morganton, N.C.; Octavia Mendoza (Mexico) in Kernersville, N.C.; and Gloria Munoz (Mexico) in Winston-Salem, N.C. Exhibit materials include text for the explanatory panels for the exhibit and copies of the printed publications associated with the exhibit and the Festival for the Eno. Some of this material is in Spanish. Photographs include portraits of artists, examples of their work, and the documentation of the actual exhibit. Audio tapes are fieldwork interviews with the artists conducted in Spanish with the assistance of a translator. Tapelogs are also included.
Language English.
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Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Latin American Women's Textiles in North Carolina Collection #20368, Southern Folklife Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Provenance
Received from Kelly Feltault on 1 August 1996 (Acc. 99399).
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Here and There/Aqui y Alla was an exhibit of Latin American women's textiles in North Carolina that was presented at the 1996 Festival for the Eno in Durham, N.C. Kelly Feltault coordinated both the preliminary fieldwork and the presentation of the exhibit with contract assistance provided by Leila Childs, Kate (Kathryn) Hanser, and Ann Kaplan. All four folklorists were graduate students in the Folklore Curriculum at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill at the time they worked on the project. The exhibit was funded by a North Carolina Arts Council Folklife Documentary Project Grant.

Kelly Feltault, Leila Childs, Kate Hanser, and Ann Kaplan began their fieldwork for the Latin American Women's Textiles in North Carolina project in May 1996. Their fieldwork goals were to collect textile materials to display as well as identify and interview individual textile artists who might be willing to demonstrate their skills at the Festival.

Feltault, Childs, Hanser, and Kaplan commenced their work by making contact with religious and social organizations that served Latin American communities in a variety of North Carolina cities. Spanish church services proved to be the most successful venues for making contact with Latin American women textile artists. As none of the folklorists spoke fluent Spanish, translators Luis Arevalo, Department Chair of Latin American Studies at Warren Wilson College, and Tanya Mujica of the University of New Mexico, also in Latin American Studies, assisted in most of their contacts and interviews. Fieldwork in Siler City, N.C., focused on Manuela Avila Morales (Guatemala), Elvira Garcia (Mexico), Nazaria Munoz Joaquin (Mexico), and Ereneida Duarte Ocampo (Mexico). Fieldwork in Morganton, N.C., focused on Juana Pascual (Guatemala) and Agustina Lopez (Guatemala). Fieldwork in Kernersville, N.C., focused on Octavia Mendoza (Mexico). Fieldwork in Winston-Salem, N.C., focused on Gloria Munoz (Mexico).

Textile work exhibited included: crocheted doilies, afghans, table cloths, and baby clothes; embroidered dresses, blouses, and head sashes; cross-stitched tortilla wraps and pillowcases for newlyweds; knitted sweaters; woven skirts from Guatemala; girl's dresses sewn without a pattern; hand hooked bags; and calado.

Sponsored by the Eno River Association, the Festival for the Eno is an annual event held over the July 4th weekend since 1980. The Eno River Association is a non-profit conservation organization whose mission is to conserve and protect the natural, cultural, and historic resources of the Eno River basin. Since 1966, the Association has worked actively to protect the lands and waters along the Eno River and its tributaries. One of many fundraising and consciousness-raising activities the Association participates in, the Festival for the Eno features performances of traditional music and displays of crafts by North Carolina artisans. In 1996, the Here and There/Aqui y Alla exhibit and demonstration was one component of this festival, running for all three days of the Festival inside the McCown Mangum House.

In 1997, subsequent to the project documented in this collection, two of the Latin American textile artists, Nazaria Munoz Joaquin and Ereneida Duarte Ocampo, received the Brown-Hudson Folklore Award for their contributions to North Carolina folk traditions.

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Materials of Kelly Feltault, Leila Childs, Kate Hanser, and Ann Kaplan relating to the the Latin American Women's Textiles in North Carolina project that was presented as the Aqui y Alla exhibit in July 1996 at the Festival for the Eno in Durham, N.C.

Fieldwork materials, May-June 1996, include reports from include several reports. Childs and Tanya Mujica documented the knitting, sewing, and crocheting of Manuela Avila Morales (Guatemala) and Elvira Garcia (Mexico) in Siler City, N.C. Kelly Feltault documented the embroidery and crocheting of Juana Pascual (Guatemala) and Agustina Lopez (Guatemala) in Morganton, N.C. Kate Hanser and Luis Arevalo documented the embroidery, cross-stitch, and crocheting of Nazaria Munoz Joaquin (Mexico) and Ereneida Duarte Ocampo (Mexico) in Siler City, N.C. Ann Kaplan and Tanya Mujica documented the knitting and crocheting of Octavia Mendoza (Mexico) in Kernersville, N.C. and Gloria Munoz (Mexico) in Winston-Salem, N.C.

Exhibit materials include text for the explanatory panels on display at the Here and There/Aqui y Alla exhibit and copies of the printed publications associated with the exhibit and the Festival for the Eno. Some of this material is in Spanish.

All four folklorists took color photographs during their fieldwork. The exhibit itself is also documented. Portraits of the artists include Manuela Avila Morales, Elvira Garcia, Juana Pascual, Agustina Lopez, Octavia Mendoza, Gloria Munoz, Ereneida Duarte Ocampo, and Nazaria Munoz Joaquin. Examples of their work are also represented.

Audio tapes are fieldwork interviews with the artists were conducted in Spanish with the assistance of a translator. Tapelogs are also included.

Materials include divergent spellings or ways of listing personal names and types of needlework. This finding aid defers to the spelling or method used in the printed materials included in the collection. In addition, one of the artists made a specific request to the folklorists to have her work represented under her maiden name, Nazaria Munoz Joaquin, rather than her married name of Nazaria Hernandez. In keeping with that request, she is identified by her maiden name throughout the finding aid. However, the actual materials use both her maiden and married names interchangeably.

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Contents list

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Fieldwork, May-June 1996.

8 items.

Kelly Feltault, Leila Childs, Kate Hanser, and Ann Kaplan began their fieldwork for the Latin American Women's Textiles in North Carolina project in May 1996. They commenced by making contact with religious and social organizations that served Latin American communities in a variety of North Carolina cities. Spanish church services proved to be the most successful venues for making contact with Latin American women textile artists. As none of the folklorists spoke fluent Spanish, translators Luis Arevalo, Department Chair of Latin American Studies at Warren Wilson College, and Tanya Mujica of the University of New Mexico, also in Latin American Studies, assisted in most of their contacts and interviews. Leila Childs and Tanya Mujica documented the knitting, sewing, and crocheting of Manuela Avila Morales (Guatemala) and Elvira Garcia (Mexico) in Siler City, N.C. Kelly Feltault documented the embroidery and crocheting of Juana Pascual (Guatemala) and Agustina Lopez (Guatemala) in Morganton, N.C. Kate Hanser and Luis Arevalo documented the embroidery, cross-stitch, and crocheting of Nazaria Munoz Joaquin (Mexico) and Ereneida Duarte Ocampo (Mexico) in Siler City, N.C. Ann Kaplan and Tanya Mujica documented the knitting and crocheting of Octavia Mendoza (Mexico) in Kernersville, N.C. and Gloria Munoz (Mexico) in Winston-Salem, N.C.

At the end of the project, a report was collated of the resources consulted and of the fieldwork reports and material used to prepare the exhibit. The items "Artist List" and "Folklorist and Translator List" included on the table of contents of the report were not part of the collection as it was received. The original order (as listed on the table of contents) of all the other items has largely been preserved.

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Report materials except for the actual fieldwork reports, including the title page, final report, and resource list. The final report provides an overview of the project from fieldwork through the exhibition/demonstration at the Eno River Festival in July 1996. The resource list includes church and community contacts used for initial fieldwork.

Folder 1

Table of contents #20368, Subseries: "1.1. General Materials." Folder 1

Folder 2

Final report #20368, Subseries: "1.1. General Materials." Folder 2

Folder 3

Resource list #20368, Subseries: "1.1. General Materials." Folder 3

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The fieldwork reports are written by each individual folklorist and range in approach from a summary overview of fieldwork and festival involvement to complete fieldnotes from first contact to interviews. Leila Childs reported on fieldwork with Manuela Avila Morales and Elvira Garcia. A former nurse and human rights worker, Manuela Avila Morales is a political refugee from Guatemala. Elvira Garcia, a seamstress originally from Mexico, is a stay-at-home mother who also provides daycare for other children. Ann Kaplan surveyed her fieldwork with Gloria Munoz and Octavia Mendoza. Gloria Munoz's textile specialties in Mexico were needle weaving and table-top weaving. She learned to knit and crochet from her sister when she arrived in North Carolina to keep vigil at her comatose son's bedside. Octavia Mendoza is passing on the knitting, crocheting, and sewing skills she learned in Mexico to her daughter. Kate Hanser provided detailed field notes on her research process, including interviews with Nazaria Munoz Joaquin and Ereneida Duarte Ocampo. Besides knitting, crocheting, and embroidering, Nazaria Munoz Joaquin also makes delicate cutwork called calado. Ereneida Duarte Ocampo combines her embroidery and crocheting skills to make items such as tortilla wraps and VCR covers. Kelly Feltault reported on the textile work of Juana Pascual and Agustina Lopez. Both women embroider on blouses, tortilla wraps, and table runners. Juana Pascual also makes hooked bags.

Folder 4

Childs, Leila #20368, Subseries: "1.2. Fieldwork Reports." Folder 4

Folder 5

Feltault, Kelly #20368, Subseries: "1.2. Fieldwork Reports." Folder 5

Folder 6

Hanser, Kate #20368, Subseries: "1.2. Fieldwork Reports." Folder 6

Folder 7

Kaplan, Ann #20368, Subseries: "1.2. Fieldwork Reports." Folder 7

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3 items.

Exhibit materials include text for the explanatory panels on display at the Here and There/Aqui y Alla exhibit and copies of the printed publications associated with the exhibit and the Festival for the Eno. Some of this material is in Spanish.

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i item.

The text for the exhibit panels includes an introduction, acknowledgements, and thematically arranged narrative on such topics as "Home and Identity" and "Market Politics and Time Management." The text is a mix of explanatory exposition and direct quotations from the artists. All of the text is presented in both English and Spanish. The text was written and arranged by Kelly Feltault and Leila Childs and edited by Ann Kaplan, Kate Hanser, and Efrain Ramirez. Efrain Ramirez translated the English text into Spanish.

Folder 8

Text for panels #20368, Subseries: "2.1. Text for Exhibit Panels." Folder 8

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2 items.

Included are the 1996 Festival for the Eno brochure, general pre-festival publication promoting the upcoming event and written entirely in English, and a publication entirely in Spanish and specific to the Aqui y Alla exhibit. It provides both direct quotations and explanatory exposition about the exhibit and the artists as a supplemental hand-out to the text exhibit panels on display.

Folder 9

Publications #20368, Subseries: "2.2. Publications." Folder 9

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73 items.

All four folklorists took color photographs during their fieldwork. The exhibit itself is also documented. Portraits of the artists include Manuela Avila Morales, Elvira Garcia, Juana Pascual, Agustina Lopez, Octavia Mendoza, Gloria Munoz, Ereneida Duarte Ocampo, and Nazaria Munoz Joaquin. Examples of their work are also represented.

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72 items.

P-4408: Iglesia Metodista Hispana, Siler City, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4409: Iglesia Metodista Hispana, Siler City, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4410: St. Julia Catholic Church, Siler City, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4411: Manuela Avila Morales, Siler City, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4412: Manuela Avila Morales, Siler City, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4413: Manuela Avila Morales' family in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala (photograph of photograph) #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4414: Manuela Avila Morales' family in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala (photograph of photograph) #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4415: Elvira Garcia and her children, Siler City, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4416: Elvira Garcia and her daughter Elvirita, Siler City, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4417: Elvira Garcia's sewing machine, Siler City, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4418: Elvirita Garcia wearing Virgin of Guadeloupe dress, Siler City, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4419: Traditional hairstyle worn with Virgin of Guadeloupe dress, Siler City, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4420: Petticoats for Virgin of Guadeloupe dress, Siler City, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4421: Juana Pascual embroidering on a tortilla wrap, Morganton, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4422: Detail of Juana Pascual's embroidery and hooked bag, Morganton, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4423: Small child's blouse and skirt made by Juana Pascual, Morganton, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4424: Elizabeth Pascual holding a blouse made by Juana Pascual, Morganton, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4425: Detail of Juana Pascual stitching on a tortilla wrap, Morganton, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4426: One of Juana Pascual's hooked bags, Morganton, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4427: Agustina Lopez in regional clothing from Aguacatan, Guatemala #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4428: Agustina Lopez's daughter in embroidered regional blouse and embroidered headpiece, Morganton, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4429: Rear view of embroidered headpiece worn by Agustina Lopez's daughter, Morganton, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4430: Detail of embroidered collar on blouse made by Agustina Lopez, Morganton, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4431: Agustina Lopez's brother performing a healing ceremony in Aguacatan, Guatemala (photo of photo) #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4432: Octavia Mendoza and her children Stephanie and Randy, Kernersville, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4433: Embroidery by Octavia Mendoza, Kernersville, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4434: Detail of embroidery by Octavia Mendoza, Kernersville, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4435: Crochet work by Octavia Mendoza, Kernersville, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4436: Octavia Mendoza's children in their yard, Kernersville, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4437: Iglesia Bautista Hispana, Kernersville, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4438: Gloria Munoz and her son in the hospital, Winston-Salem, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4439: Crocheted afghan made by Gloria Munoz, Winston-Salem, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4440: Another afghan made by Gloria Munoz, Winston-Salem, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4441: Ereneida Duarte Ocampo and son Eric, Siler City, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4442: Ereneida Duarte Ocampo's son Edgar and two neighborhood children, Siler City, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4443: Pittsboro First Baptist Church, Pittsboro, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4444: Mision Bautista de Pittsboro, Pittsboro, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4445: Nazaria Munoz Joaquin, Siler City, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4446: Nazaria Munoz Joaquin doing calado, Siler City, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4447: Detail of calado work by Nazaria Munoz Joaquin, Siler City, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4448: Household items embroidered by Nazaria Munoz Joaquin, Siler City, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4449: Detail of work done by Nazaria Munoz Joaquin, Siler City, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4450: Detail of work done by Nazaria Munoz Joaquin, Siler City, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4451 - P-4455: Churches in Sandford, N.C., that serve the Spanish-speaking community. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4456: Hooked bags from Morganton at the Festival for the Eno exhibit #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4457: Embroidered and woven items from Morganton and Sandford on display at the Festival for the Eno exhibit #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4458: Items by Nazaria Munoz Joaquin, Ereneida Ocampo, and Gloria Munoz on display at the Festival for the Eno exhibit #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4459: Items by Ereneida Ocampo and Gloria Munoz on display at the Festival for the Eno exhibit. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4460: Crocheted afghan by Gloria Munoz on display at the Festival for the Eno exhibit. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4461: Items by Gloria Munoz, Nazaria Munoz Joaquin, and Ereneida Ocampo on display at the Festival for the Eno exhibit #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4462: Little girls' dresses made by Elvira Garcia on display at the Festival for the Eno exhibit #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4463: Girl's lace dress made by Elvira Garcia on display at the Festival for the Eno exhibit #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4464: Little girls' dresses made by Elvira Garcia and Octavia Mendoza on display at the Festival for the Eno exhibit #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4465: Tortilla wrap and pillowcase made by Ereneida Ocampo on display at the Festival for the Eno exhibit #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4466: Tortilla wrap and pillowcase made by Ereneida Ocampo on display at the Festival for the Eno exhibit #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4467: Items made by Nazaria Munoz Joaquin and Juana Pascual on display at the Festival for the Eno exhibit #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4468: Hooked bag loaned by Gisella Bourg-Williamson of Morganton, N.C. #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4469: Embroidered pillowcase by Ereneida Ocampo at the exhibit #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4470: Items made by Nazaria Munoz Joaquin, Ereneida Ocampo, and Gloria Munoz on display at the Festival for the Eno exhibit #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4471: Nazaria Munoz Joaquin crocheting at the Festival for the Eno #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4472: Ereneida Duarte Ocampo crocheting at the Festival for the Eno #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4473: Stephanie Mendoza, Maria Aguilar, and Octavia Mendoza at the Festival for the Eno #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4474: Octavia Mendoza, Ann Kaplan, Maria Aguilar, Edgar Ocampo, Carmen, Nazaria Munoz Joaquin, and Ereneida Ocampo #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4475: Items made by Ereneida Ocampo, Octavia Mendoza, Nazaria Munoz Joaquin, and Juana Pascual on display at the Festival for the Eno #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4476: Tortilla wraps made by Ereneida Ocampo on display at Festival for the Eno #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4477: Items made by Octavia Mendoza, Nazaria Munoz Joaquin, and Ereneida Ocampo on display at Festival for the Eno #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4478: Details of headpieces on display at Festival for the Eno #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

P-4479: Detail of crocheted tablecloth made by Octavia Mendoza #20368, Subseries: "3.1. Photographs." Folder 9

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1 item.

Detailed photolog identifies the subject, site of each photograph, and other significant details as well as the photographer. Original order is maintained so that first photo on the log corresponds to P-4408.

Folder 10

Photolog #20368, Subseries: "3.2. Photolog." Folder 10

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9 items.

Fieldwork interviews with the artists were conducted in Spanish with the assistance of a translator. The tapelogs are in English only. There are no tapelogs corresponding to tapes FS-6223 to FS-6225.

FS-6218: Elvira Garcia interviewed by Leila Childs, translated by Tanya Mujica, Siler City, N.C., 5 June 1996 #20368, Series: "4. Audio Tapes." Folder 10

FS-6219: Manuela Morales interviewed by Leila Childs, translated by Tanya Mujica, Siler City, N.C., 10 June 1996 #20368, Series: "4. Audio Tapes." Folder 10

FS-6220: Octavia Mendoza interviewed by Ann Kaplan, translated by Tanya Mujica, Kernersville, N.C., 11 June 1996 #20368, Series: "4. Audio Tapes." Folder 10

FS-6221: Nazaria Munoz Joaquin interviewed by Kate Hanser, translated by Luis Arevalo, Siler City, N..C, 13 June 1996, Tape 1 of 2 #20368, Series: "4. Audio Tapes." Folder 10

FS-6222: Nazaria Munoz Joaquin interviewed by Kate Hanser, translated by Luis Arevalo, Siler City, N.C., 13 June 1996, Tape 2 of 2 #20368, Series: "4. Audio Tapes." Folder 10

FS-6223: Juana Pascual interviewed by Kelly Feltault, translated by Elizabeth Pascual, Morganton, N.C., 15 June 1996 #20368, Series: "4. Audio Tapes." Folder 10

FS-6224: Agustina Lopez interviewed by Kelly Feltault, translated by Daniel Gutierrez, Morganton, N.C., 15 June 1996 #20368, Series: "4. Audio Tapes." Folder 10

FS-6225: Ereneida Duarte Ocampo interviewed by Kate Hanser, translated by Luis Arevalo, Siler City, N.C., 18 June 1996 #20368, Series: "4. Audio Tapes." Folder 10

FS-6226: Octavia Mendoza interviewed by Ann Kaplan, translated by Luis Arevalo, Kernersville, N.C., 24 June 1996 #20368, Series: "4. Audio Tapes." Folder 10

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Items separated include photographs (P-4408 - P-4479) and audio recordings (FS-6218 - FS-6226).

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