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Abstract Bob Osgood was a square-dance caller from southern California and editor of Sets in Order. This collection contains films, documents, photographs, correspondence, fliers, dances, brochures, itineraries, badges, receipts, information related to Contra dancing, callers, lists, classes, artwork, and awards related to Bob Osgood from 1940 through 2002.
Abstract Al and Bob Brundage were important figures in the square dance community. They played a significant role in spreading western style square dance in New England. This collection contains their square dance materials. This includes correspondence, personal files, working files, teaching materials, and interview transcripts.
Dates: Other: 1952-1996
Abstract This collection contains memorabilia from Jack Murtha's career as a square dance caller and his active life within the square dancing community, including awards, a portrait, and some clothing.
Abstract This collection contains 78 LPs and 45 LPs of folk dance music. Records were used by folk dancing groups in New Mexico. The music ranges from Spanish to Eastern European.
Dates: Other: Date Not Yet Determined
Abstract This collection contains posters, photographs, and other memorabilia regarding J.D. "Red" Warrick.
Abstract This collection contains square dance materials collected by John Wallace. Wallace participated in square and round dance programs with the Lloyd Shaw Foundation. His collecion consists of programs from events and sound recordings.
Dates: Other: 1973-1974
Dates: 1850-2007; Majority of material found within 1945-1985
Abstract The Lloyd Shaw Foundation is dedicated to the preservation, restoration and teaching of the folk dances of America. Our work is intended to share a diverse range of dance and music with an intergenerational audience, develop leadership in dance and music to ensure its continuity, retain records which document the past, present, and future of our American dance and promote fellowship and enjoyment through the production of dance events, music, and dance materials. All of this emphasizes the...
Abstract Mabel Rilling (1883-1972) was Director of Physical Education for Women and Associate Dean of Women at the University of Denver from 1909 to 1964. In 1935, she founded the DU square and folk dancing group known as the Pioneer Promenaders, which performed throughout Denver and in Washington D.C. Rilling also lectured for many years on the Chautauqua summer circuit. This collection contains photographs, scrapbooks, notebooks, and clippings related to Rilling's educational and dance career.
- Subject: Folk dancing X
- Square dancing 12
- Dance -- Study and teaching 3
- Folk dance music 3
- Dance films 2
- Round dancing 2
- Clubs 1
- Dance 1
- Drafts (Documents) 1
- Memorabilia 1
- Music 1
- Physical education teachers 1
- Plaques (Flat objects) 1
- Research 1
- Square dance music 1
- Women -- Education 1
- Workshops (Adult education) 1 ∧ less
- Lloyd Shaw Foundation 8
- Litchman, William M. 2
- Shaw, Lloyd, 1890-1958 2
- Beliajus, Vytautas Finadar 1
- Brundage, Al (Alfred) 1