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Shaw, Lloyd, 1890-1958

 Person

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 5 Collections and/or Records:

Box 3: Calling Materials, 1943-1956

 File — Box: D091.0003
Identifier: D091.0003
Abstract This box contains calling materials from Lloyd Shaw's summer workshops. Materials include a calling notebook, caller cards, and (1) binder with dance routine used at the summer workshops.
Dates: 1943-1956

Box 101: Greene Family Photos, 1951-1954

 File — Box: D096.0101
Identifier: D096.06.0101
Abstract This box contains photos of the Greene family and participants taken from Lloyd Shaw's Dance Camp (1951-1954) and Lighted Lantern Dance Camp (1951).
Dates: 1951-1954

Central City Square Dancers

 Item
Identifier: M123.03.0084.0003.00012
Abstract 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.
Dates: 1930-1969

Lloyd Shaw and the Central City Square Dancers

 Item
Identifier: M123.03.0084.0003.00013
Abstract 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.
Dates: 1930-1969

Lloyd Shaw Tintype

 Item
Identifier: M123.03.0085.0009.00006
Abstract Black and white tintype of square dancer caller, Lloyd Shaw pointing two hand guns at the camera while seated underneath a sign that reads God Bless The Home in Central City, Colorado.
Dates: 1930-1969