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Several Morris dancers performing with an accordion player for a small crowd of onlookers. To their left a man stands with a tall pole holding the Horns of Ock Street, which is a bull's skull. The building they are standing in front of has a large plaque with a bull's head and the title "Ock Street Horns 1700 Morlands". These horns are part of the "Mayor of Ock Street" traditions associated with Abingdon.

Place

Abingdon (England)

Subject

accordions; morris dance

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These materials may be used for the purposes of research, teaching, and private study. For all other uses, contact Milne Special Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library for permission.

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The original document is housed in Milne Special Collections Country Dance and Song Society Archives

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Scanning Information

University of New Hampshire. Library.

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