Al C. Taylor
|Interviewee||Description||Interviewer||Date of Interview||Location of Interview||Affiliation||Collection|
Ralph Fulford is the son of 'Tink" Fulford, a fisherman, who had the Dixie Fish Co. and later the Fulford Fish Co. Ralph ran the fish house from 1946 on. He talks about the processing and operation of a fish house. Also, he discusses his part in founding the Cortez Historical Society.
|Michael Jepson, Wayne Nield , Al C. Taylor||Cortez, FL||Florida Humanities Council, Florida Institute of Saltwater Heritage, Florida Maritime Museum||Vanishing Culture Project|
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