The third issue of Národopisná revue 1995, has been dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Národopisná výstava československá (Czechoslovak Ethnographic Exhibition) held in Prague in 1895. Stanislav Brouček in his study takes notice of the appeal by the director of the National Theatre in Prague, F. A. Šubrt, to staging the exhibition and to the reaction of the Czech society on the event. The situation in Moravia in connection with the preparations of the exhibition is dealt with by Miloš Melzer. Martina Pavlicová and Lucie Uhlíková write on the correspondence of those in charge of the preparations for the Moravian Folk Feasts at the Czechoslovak Ethnographic Exhibition (CEE), namely between Lucie Bakešová and Leoš Janáček. Eva Urbachová comes back to the preparations and scenario of the "Wallachian Wedding" at the CEE. One of the descendants of the regional activists contributing to the preparations of the CEE, Jaroslav Sojka recollects the ethnographic activities in those times in Troubsko near Brno.
In the photographic supplement Professor Richard Jeřábek brings documentary photographs from Moravian Wallachia at the time of the Prague exhibition.
The third issue of the periodical has been complemented with information on the jubilee celebrations of the 100. anniversary of the CEE, including festivals, seminars, book reviews and reviews of exhibitions, together with some minor contributions. Some of them focusing on various activities connected with the celebrations of the CEE.