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for Newsletter of the North Carolina Folklore Society Vol. 17 Issue 3, July 1995
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The new Rosenzweig Museum in Durham houses Jewish folk art, artifacts, and rare books. The dream of the late Rabbi Efraim and Mariam Rosenzweig, who donated over 60 pieces, the museum displays over 125 items and contains more in storage.
Martha Nelson, folklorist at Hiddenite Center in Alexander County, coordinates folk art activities and does fieldwork like collecting life histories of textile workers and \"hoboin\" stories from the 1920s.