Historical Society of Washington, D.C.
Includes material relating to the Washington Dance Theatre and its School, mailing lists, business papers, musical scores used for performances and classes, photographic prints, publications, awards, and vinyl records
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Leather bound record book kept by John Martin, with "Dancing Fraternity City of Bangor 1868" stamped on cover. The record book includes tipped in photographs, newspaper clippings and other documents, and illustrations by Martin, ca. 1855-1889. Also includes newspaper article from the Bangor Daily News (1936 Dec. 19) describing the same. The vol. records the early dancing schools of Bangor and their masters, as well as biographies of those who were prominent in the social life of the city. There is also information on the shipping business and manufacturing and mercantile offices. Includes photo of John Martin who was "Secretary of the Model Assembly" as well as many other photographs of residents of Bangor
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
The Reitha Gehri scrapbooks are comprised of two volumes primarily containing newspaper clippings with announcements, articles, and advertisements of performances in which Gehri participated as a performer or director, in addition to related programs and reviews. Some original photographs are included, but most images are from newspapers. The first volume documents Gehri's own training and performing experiences and covers the early years of her school. Articles are arranged chronologically, beginning with dance, piano, and drama recitals in which Gehri performed from 1920 to 1931, as well as items about her school (1931-1933). Articles in the second volume, which date mainly from 1933 through the late 1940s, cover productions Gehri produced and directed and focus extensively on her work with children. Clippings grow less numerous after the late 1940s, but those articles saved feature stories about students of Gehri's or former classmates, such as Beatrice Straight (with whom she ... Read More
Museum of Performance and Design
"Frank Shawl is the co-founder with Victor Anderson of the Shawl-Anderson Dance Center [a.k.a. Shawl-Anderson School of Dance] in Berkeley. Frank has been active as a teacher, performing dancer and choreographer in the Bay Area for approximately 43 years. The Shawl-Anderson Dance Company was an active dance repertory group in the '60's and '70's and spawned many of today's prominent dance artists. Prior to coming to the Bay Area, Frank performed mainly in New York City. He appeared in numerous Broadway and network television shows and toured throughout the United States and Canada. He appeared in concert with the late Charles Weidman and for over eight years with the May O'Donnell Dance Company
National Library Board, Singapore
Contains booklets on Pohsan Dance Studio and its activities
National Library Board, Singapore
Newberry Library
Published and mimeographed routines for teaching ballet, tap and a variety of novelty dances
Newberry Library
Small collection of 1940s memorabilia, photographs and performance programs and dance school announcements relating to Ruth Kilbourn and the Kilbourn School of Dancing of Chicago -- Includes photographs and memorabilia concerning "Horse 'N Buggy Days" at the Wisconsin Dells in 1949, and a pair of toe shoes
State Library of Western Australia
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