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Happy Holidays from the American Folklife Center!

AFC Staff

Front, l-r: Guha Shankar, Betsy Peterson, Valda Morris.
Middle, l-r: Jennifer Cutting, Nancy Groce, Catherine Hiebert Kerst, Nicole Saylor, Theadocia Austen.
Back, l-r: Stephanie Hall, Stephen Winick, Eric Wolfson, Kate Stewart, Pinesha Harrison, Alicia Bartlett, Ann Hoog. Photo by Carl Fieischhauer.

The staff of the American Folklife Center wishes you all the best for the Holiday season and the coming year. In this picture, we pose by the Christmas Tree in the Great Hall of the Library of Congress, with some of us still in the costumes we wore in the AFC Mummers Play, St. George, the Dragon, and the Squid.

We have another year of great programming in store, including our celebration of the Alan Lomax Centennial, a full roster of public programs, and many interesting blog posts here at Folklife Today.

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