Shaw, Lloyd, 1890-1958
Lloyd Shaw (educator); Lloyd Shaw (1890-1958); brought about the broad revival of square dancing in America; superintendent/principal/teacher/coach for Cheynne Mountain Schools, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1916-1951; taught folk dancing; born in Denver, Colorado; moved with family to Southern California when he was 2 and back to Denver, and Colorado Springs; graduated from Colorado College in 1913; died of a stroke in 1958
Citation:Wikipedia, website viewed August 19, 2015 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lloyd_Shaw_(educator)
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
This box contains (4) folders with alphabetical lists and lists according to Dewey Decimal of the books in Lloyd Shaw's personal library, an index of records, and a catalogue from Country Dance and Song Society.
Black and white photograph of unidentified CCOH square dancers with Dr. Lloyd Shaw (in 10-gallon hat) and spectators performing in the Williams Stable;s during an unknown festival season in Central City, Colordao.
Black and white photograph of unidentified CCOH square dancers with caller, Dr. Lloyd Shaw (in 10-gallon hat) and spectators performing in the Williams Stable's during an unknown festival season in Central City, Colordao.
This collection contains non-bibliographic materials that were part of Lloyd Shaw's Personal Library. The bibliographic material has been pulled and cataloged. Materials in this collection include indexes, workshop materials, and calling cards.