WIP Issues

 

  • From the director. By Debora Kodish, p. 1
  • Topping out: "The tree symbolizes that we did it!" [ironworkers' occupational folklore]. By Debora Kodish, pp. 2-3
  • Far from Puerto Rico: decimas about the immigrant experience [about a song tradition]. By Joan Gross, pp. 4-5
  • Philadelphia Folklore Month. p. 5, 9
  • Roots and branches: the greening of urban Philadelphia [folk gardening]. By Jerrilyn McGregory, pp. 6-7
  • "Going to work:" 50 years of tap dancing in concert halls of Philadelphia [about LaVaughn Robinson]. By Carole Boughter, pp. 7-8
  • Philadelphia Folklore Project news, p. 9-10
  • From the director. By Debora Kodish, p. 1
  • La princesa for a day: sweet sixteens in Philadelphia [about quinceañeras]. By Joan Gross, pp. 2-3
  • Passing on traditions [about an Italian American beadworker]. By Dorothy Noyes and Jan Greenberg, pp. 4-5
  • Philadelphia Folklore Month, p. 5, 7, 8
  • Beating the heat [about African American folk arts]. By Jerrilyn McGregory, p. 6
  • Philadelphia Folklore Project news, p. 7

OUT OF PRINT

  • From the director. By Debora Kodish, p. 1
  • Survey of African American folklife. By Jerrilyn McGregory, pp. 2-3
  • Better homes and gardens: what the magazine won't tell you about Philadelphia landscapes. By Susan Levitas, pp. 4-5
  • About Italian plasterers, palms and artists. By Dorothy Noyes, p. 5
  • Cambodian and Laotian New Year's celebrations videotaped. By Joan Gross, pp. 6-7
  • Philadelphia Folklore Project news, pp. 7-8

OUT OF PRINT

  • From the director. By Debora Kodish, p. 1
  • Research on Italian crafts traditions: a summary. By Dorothy Noyes, pp. 2-3
  • "Trying to learn the people:" the family business project. By Stephanie Kane, pp. 4-5
  • October update: survey of folklife resources. By Margaret Craig, p. 5
  • Looking towards October 1989: a month of folklore in Philadelphia, pp. 6-7