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Friends of Carson Brierly Giffin Dance Library 'Living Legends of Dance' Oral Histories

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Identifier: D009
Overview Since 2004, the Friends of the Carson-Brierly Dance Library have honored several individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to dance as "Living Legends of Dance in Colorado" each year. This collection contains the plaque inscribed with the names of the honorees, as well as files containing transcripts of oral histories with the honorees, biographical information about them, and audiovisual recordings from the annual awards banquet.

Gloria Kubel Papers

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Identifier: D094
Overview This collection contains notes and materials Gloria used in her education courses at The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Denver (OLLI). The collection also contains materials for Gloria's presentations and notes collected from dance-related books.

Hope Moore Waggoner Papers

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Identifier: D064
Overview Hope Moore Waggoner was a dance instructor in Denver, owning her own studio the 'Hope Moore School of Dance.' This collection contains dance costumes, photos, dance instruction materials, and realia (a trunk and a suitcase).

International Choreographed Ballroom Dance Association Records

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Identifier: D046
Overview

The International Choreographed Ballroom Dance Association was started as the National Round Dance Board of Review in 1976-1977, became the Universal Round Dance Council in 1977, and changed to its current name in late 2007. The collection primarily consists of official newsletters and convention syllabi from 1979-2012, plus organizing correspondence from 1976-1979, official convention recordings from 2004-2005, and some ephemera.

Jane McLean Papers

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Identifier: D020
Overview The Jane McLean Papers contain a selection of photographs, newspaper clippings, programs and other dance related ephemera covering the careers of both Jane McLean (1908-1990) and her elder brother Edward McLean (1905-1982). Both of the McLeans were Colorado natives who traveled to New York City in the mid-1920s to study dance, eventually becoming acquainted with many notable dance figures of the day: Ruth St. Denis, Ted Shawn, Martha Graham, Agnes DeMille, etc. Edward suffered a severe...

Jimmy Clossin Papers

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Identifier: D050

Kathleen Hill Papers

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Identifier: D032
Overview This collection contains choreography notes and materials from various workshops attended by Kathleen (Kathy) Hill.

Lillian Covillo Papers

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Identifier: D022