Audio Recording Iku Kawashita, Steven Landry, Elizabeth Pierotti, Gretzel Stansbury, and Akiko Yoshihara interviews conducted by Candacy Taylor, 2012-09-04.

Audio file of the group interview at Ozuki.
Audio file of the group interview at Ozuki.

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Audio file of interview with Akiko Yoshihara.
Audio file of interview with Akiko Yoshihara.

Audio file with interview with Gretzel Stansbury.
Audio file with interview with Gretzel Stansbury.

Audio file of interview with Steve Landry.
Audio file of interview with Steve Landry.

[ Transcript of group interview. ]
[ Interview transcript of Akiko Yoshihara. ]

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[ Interview transcript of Gretzel Stansbury ]
[ Interview transcript of Steve Landry. ]
[ Exterior of Ozuki Salon. ]
[ Products at Ozuki ]
[ Iku Kawashita and Gretzel Stansbury. ]
[ Magazines at Ozuki. ]
[ Akiko Yoshihara applying a perm. ]
[ Akiko Yoshihara cutting hair. ]

About this Item

Title
Iku Kawashita, Steven Landry, Elizabeth Pierotti, Gretzel Stansbury, and Akiko Yoshihara interviews conducted by Candacy Taylor, 2012-09-04.
Summary
Ozuki Salon is a Japanese salon in Washington D.C. The interview was conducted as a group interview with the Ozuki's owners and staff, and then short individual interviews were recorded afterwards. Ozuki offers specialized Japanese services, such as kimono dressing and a green tea service with a Japanese cookie. We discussed the different textures within Japanese hair and advantages of marketing to an Asian clientele.
Contributor Names
Stansbury, Gretzel, interviewee.
Landry, Steven D., interviewee.
Pierotti, Elizabeth, interviewee.
Kawashita, Iku, interviewee.
Yoshihara, Akiko, interviewee.
Taylor, Candacy A., Interviewer.
Occupational Folklife Project, sponsor.
Created / Published
2012-09-04
Subject Headings
-  Stansbury, Gretzel,--Interviews
-  Landry, Steven D.,--Interviews
-  Pierotti, Elizabeth,--Interviews
-  Kawashita, Iku,--Interviews
-  Yoshihara, Akiko,--Interviews
-  Manners and customs
-  Material culture
-  Small business
-  Work environment
-  Beauty culture--United States
-  Beauty shops--United States
-  Hairstyles--Social aspects--United States
-  Beauty operators--United States--Interviews
-  Washington (D.C.)--event place
Genre
Interviews (Sound recordings)
Digital photographs--Color--2010-2020
Interviews
Oral histories
Notes
-  Recorded at the Ozuki Salon, Washington, DC, District of Columbia, September 4, 2012.
-  Hairdresser and Beauty Shop Culture in America : Archie Green Fellows Project, 2012-2013 (AFC 2012/035: 00498) Archive of Folk Culture, American Folklife Center, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
-  To honor the memory of Archie Green (1917-2009), a fellowship program was established at the American Folklife Center in 2010. Archie Green Fellowships support new research in the contemporary culture and traditions of American workers.
-  In English.
Medium
4 sound files (WAV) (0:44:00) : digital, sound.
6 photographs : digital, Camera Raw, JPEG, color.
5 manuscripts : PDF, text files.
Source Collection
Hairdresser and Beauty Shop Culture in America : Archie Green Fellows Project, 2012-2013 AFC 2012/035: 00498
Repository
Library of Congress Archive of Folk Culture, American Folklife Center, 101 Independence Ave. S.E., Washington, DC USA 20540-4610 http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.afc/folklife.home
Digital Id
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Library of Congress Control Number
2017655362
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Stansbury, Gretzel, Interviewee, Steven D Landry, Elizabeth Pierotti, Iku Kawashita, Akiko Yoshihara, Candacy A Taylor, and Sponsor Occupational Folklife Project. Iku Kawashita, Steven Landry, Elizabeth Pierotti, Gretzel Stansbury, and Akiko Yoshihara interviews conducted by Candacy Taylor, -09-04. -09-04, 2012. Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/2017655362/.

APA citation style:

Stansbury, G., Landry, S. D., Pierotti, E., Kawashita, I., Yoshihara, A., Taylor, C. A. & Occupational Folklife Project, S. (2012) Iku Kawashita, Steven Landry, Elizabeth Pierotti, Gretzel Stansbury, and Akiko Yoshihara interviews conducted by Candacy Taylor, -09-04. -09-04. [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2017655362/.

MLA citation style:

Stansbury, Gretzel, Interviewee, et al. Iku Kawashita, Steven Landry, Elizabeth Pierotti, Gretzel Stansbury, and Akiko Yoshihara interviews conducted by Candacy Taylor, -09-04. -09-04, 2012. Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2017655362/>.

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