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LOGGER'S SHEET SI-FP-1987-CT-347

LOGGER: SANDRA RICHARDSON
REEL NUMBER: #1A STAGE: CULTURAL CONSERVATION (MARKETPLACE)
DATE: 7-03-87 PRESENTOR:
[[strikethrough]] GROUP [[/strikethrough]] SUBJECT NAME: TOURISTS & STRANGERS 
REGION/STYLE: NORTH CAROLINA & MICHIGAN
PERFORMER(S) INSTRUMENT/OCCUPATION
ARVLE MILLER (MEAT CAMP, NC) MEAT CAMP SERVICE STATION
JOESEPHINE SEDLECKY (MICHIGAN) SPORTING GOODS STORE
JAMES BAKER WOODEN SHOEMAKER
(HOLLAND, MICHIGAN)

CONTENTS
1. INTRO OF PARTICIPANTS
2. ARVLE DESCRIBES THE KIND OF PEOPLE WHO VISITS HIS STORE
3. JAMES EXPLAINS WHERE HE IS FROM & THE KIND OF CLIENTELE THAT VISITS HIS STORE
4. JOSEPHINE TELLS WHERE SHE'S FROM & THE HISTORY OF HER BUSINESS & CLIENTELE 
5. JOSEPHINE EXPLAINS WHAT SHE MEANS BY TOURIST
6. JAMES TALKS ABOUT THE RELATIONSHIP ABOUT HIMSELF & HIS CUSTOMERS
7. ARVLE TALKS ABOUT LOCALS THAT FREQUENT HIS STORE
8. JOSEPHINE TALKS ABOUT BEING A TOURIST HERSELF  
9. "HOW IT FEELS TO BE A TOURIST" BY JAMES BAKER
10. PRESENTOR TALKS ABOUT TRAVEL BROCHURES
11. JAMES TELLS HOW PUBLIC LIFE VS. PRIVATE LIFE
12. PARTICIPANTS TALK ABOUT TOURIST & HOW THEY REACT TOWARD THE MARKET
13. PARTICIPANTS TELL AUDIENCE ABOUT QUESTIONS THAT ARE FREQUENTLY ASKED BY CUSTOMERS
14. JOSEPHINE GIVES HER OPINION ON HOW THE COMMUNITY & BUSINESS HAVE CHANGED SINCE THE EARLIER DAYS
15. JOSEPHINE, ARVLE, AND JAMES TALK ABOUT HOW SHE HAS BEEN IN THE PUBLIC EYE.
18. COMMENT FROM AUDIENCE
19. CLOSING REMARKS
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