Toward an oral history of Cape Ann. OH 74, CD 104-CD 105 [sound recording]: Norton, Margaret
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- Description: 2 sound discs : digital, stereo ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: [Gloucester, Mass]; Sawyer Free Library, 1978.
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|Gloucester||Active Storage||ACTIVE STORAGE/CD/ Oral history (Text to Phone)||CD 104||Library Use Only||-|
|Gloucester||Gloucester Shelf||GLOUCESTER SHELF/CD/ Oral history (Text to Phone)||CD 104||Available||-|
|Gloucester||Active Storage||ACTIVE STORAGE/CD/ Oral history (Text to Phone)||CD 105||Library Use Only||-|
|Gloucester||Gloucester Shelf||GLOUCESTER SHELF/CD/ Oral history (Text to Phone)||CD 105||Available||-|
|General Note:|| Linda Brayton and David Masters, principal oral historians.
Interviewer(s):Linda Brayton (6/14/1978).
|Contents Note:|| TRACKS: CD 104: Miss Norton's background - beginning with Folly Cove Designers -- Virginia Demetrios' approach to teaching, designs have integrity and timelessness -- The process of creating a design (example - Apple Pie) -- Cutting the linoleum block, tools used, cooperation between designers -- Printing - tools, fabrics and process -- Printing in more than one color -- 7 - Print designed for The Guernsey Society - extensive research involved -- Miss Norton's attention to detail, designing The Cranberry Bog involved catching a field mouse! -- Some dog's work is part of the craft, but it's worth it -- Use of the scratchboard -- Meetings and classes, homework, criticism - the jury -- Reasons for closing Folly Cove Designers, collection of all designs kept at Cape Ann Historical Association -- Working with the group, demonstrations, selling the fabrics, the Folly Cove Designers' barn -- CD 105: Virginia Demetrios - founder of The Folly Cove Designers, George Demetrios as a teacher, unique method used
|Summary:|| The following names and terms were used in this interview:George Demetrios, Mrs. Demetrios, Virginia Lee Burton, The Cranberry Bog, Small Fruit, Andy Babson, Eino Natti, Breveer, Pot-pourri, Overprinting, Pingree Farm, Aino Clarke, Gurensey Society, Buttered Side Down, Baked bean supper, Tolford Shop, John and Era, Aris and Mike, Mike Mulligan, Callico, the Wonder Horse.
|Original Version Note:|| Originally issued on sound cassette.
Originally issued on sound cassette
|System Details Note:|| Compact disc.
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"Toward an oral history of Cape Ann. OH 74, CD 104-CD 105 Norton, Margaret," [Gloucester, Mass]; Sawyer Free Library, 1978.