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Scope and Contents This series contains VHS cassettes and DVDs with official convention video recordings from 2004, 2005, and 2006. Contents includes all the teaching seminars, outreach programs, and showcase performances for the three years. Also included in the recorded material is a presentation about the thirty year history of the Universal Round Dance Council up to 2006.
Overview This folder contains a single CD with the entire collection of Universal Round Dance Council and International Choreographed Ballroom Dance Association convention syllabi in PDF format. Syllabi contents include photographs of organizers and teachers, biographic resumes, clinic and workshop descriptions, and dance cue sheets. Also included are all newsletters for 1977-2012, except for October-December of 1977.
Overview This folder contains documents relating to the formation of the National Round Dance Board of Review and its earliest operations, mostly from Frank Gilbert and Iris Gilbert. Includes a draft proposal for what would become the Universal Round Dance Council, discussions of organizational agenda, operational policies, and a letter discussing the organization's relationship to Callerlab and Legacy.
Overview This folder contains correspondence dating from the formation of the Universal Round Dance Council at the first National Convention. Significant focus on deciding the purpose of the organization and on announcing its existence. Includes draft organizational structure chart, as well as early financial and membership information, and the first mention of drafting articles of incorporation.
Overview Correspondence in this file focuses on the formation of bylaws and articles of incorporation for the Universal Round Dance Council. Includes draft copies of the bylaws and edits, and documents relating to the planning of the second National Round Dance Convention. Significant contributors are Frank and Iris Gilbert and Roy and Phyllis Stier.
Overview Scrapbook created by Maxine Munt, a dancer and dance educator who studied at the Bennington School of the Dance at Bennington College in Bennington, Vermont. Teachers at Bennington included Charles Weidman, Hanya Holm, Doris Humphrey, and Martha Graham. Munt went on to teach modern dance at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, North Dakota, Adelphi College (later Adelphi University) in Long Island, New York, Ashley Hall in Charleston, South Carolina, and at Colorado College in...