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Box 92: Memorabilia

 File — Box: D096.0092
Identifier: D096.13.0092

Overview

Box 92 contains two (2) painted wooden blocks showing dancing couples; a glass-fronted plaque presented to Doc and Kris Litchman who founded the Wagon Wheels square dancing group; a framed pressed leather decoration that says "Joy" and "Love" with dancing figures in the middle made by Frank Zahrtman; five (5) plastic license-plate-esque decorations from various Chicago-area square dancing groups; a plaque with a silver spur in it, given to Lloyd Shaw for his contributions to square dancing; a framed calligraphy note from Dorothea Graef thanking Dr. Shaw for his inspiration and enthusiasm for square dancing; a small black cutout of a dancing couple; eight (8) small wooden plaques awarded to Dr. Shaw for his work in organizations display; one (1) small square dancing outfit meant to fit on a Barbie doll, complete with dress, apron, petticoat, and undershorts; and one (1) wooden train whistle given to Jack Murtha, with a note attached.

Dates

  • 1850-2007
  • Majority of material found within 1945-1985

Extent

1 items : (1) record box

Scope and Contents

From the Series: This series contains badges, ribbons, buttons, ticket stubs, photographs, event invitations, posters, and artwork.

Source

Creator

Repository Details

Part of the Special Collections and Archives Repository

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