Washington DC: Smithsonian Institution, 1986. First Edition. Quarto. Pictorial heavy card wrappers; 104,pp; illus. Tight, clean and Near Fine. A substantial program for the Festival's 20th incarnation. In addition to the festival program, includes an introductory essay by Robert Cantwell, and lengthy pieces on the participants, including articles by Archie Green ("Championing Crafts in the Workplace"); Richard Blaustein ("Moonshining and Herb Doctoring"); Joseph T Wilson ("Country Music in Tennessee: from Hollow to Honky Tonk"); Phyllis H. May ("Hogmeat, Corn and Catfish: Tennessee Foodways"); many others, concluding with a photo essay by Roland Freeman, "Afro-American Quilters from the Black Belt Region of Alabama."