720 XTF Search Results (keyword=new york public library) Results for your query: keyword=new york public library Thu, 19 May 2016 12:00:00 GMT Adolph Bolm collection. unknown The Adolph Bolm Collection documents the career of Adolph Bolm through papers and research information collected by author, John Dougherty, in preparation for writing several biographical articles and a book on the dancer. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Agnes de Mille collection. unknown The Agnes de Mille Collection primarily documents the professional life of Agnes de Mille in the period from the 1940's to the 1980's. The Collection contains over 3,700 items of correspondence to and from other dancers, choreographers, artists, and writers, as well as other personal and professional friends. However, very few of the letters in the latter category are of an entirely personal nature. As de Mille kept a carbon copy of most of her typed letters, many of the files are a complete sequence of letters to and from the correspondent. The correspondence is arranged alphabetically by correspondent in folders which are in turn arranged chronologically. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Agnes de Mille correspondence and writings. unknown The correspondence and writings of Agnes de Mille cover the period of 1871-1993 and were in the possession of Agnes de Mille at the time of her death. They relate to de Mille's life and career, and that of her family (including husband, William Prude, mother, Anna George de Mille, father, William de Mille, sister, Margaret de Mille, grandfather, Henry George and son, Jonathan Prude). Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Agnes de Mille honors and awards. unknown Contains certificates, citations, medals and diplomas awarded to Agnes De Mille. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Agnes de Mille papers. unknown Comprises correspondence, scenarios, choreographic notes, notebooks and notes pertaining to articles, monographic works, stage and television productions, unpublished materials, and early memorabilia. Includes drafts and revisions in holograph and typescript as well as carbon copies and photocopies. De Mille's writing in this collection, parts of which appear in note and draft form, include: And Promenade Home, Dance to the Piper, Speak to Me, Dance with Me, Where the Wings Grow,and the “Russian journals” kept by de Mille (1966 and 1969). Also included are materials relating to the ballets Fall River Legend, Golden Age, Rodeo, Black Ritual, A Rose for Miss Emily,and the ballet sequences in Carousel, Brigadoon,and Oklahoma.Major correspondents include Lily Bess Campbell, Lucia Chase, Allan Devoe, Beulah Flebbe, Carmelita Maracci, Oliver Smith, and Joseph Welch. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Agnes De Mille scores. unknown Agnes De Mille was an American dancer, choreographer, director, and writer. The collection contains music scores, correspondence, writings, notes, programs, plots, legal and financial papers, daily reminders, and phone books. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Albert Butler Dance Studio records. Compiled by Allison Hughes, Palmer School of Library and Information Science, 2013. The Albert Butler Dance Studio, established in 1928, taught ballroom and social dancing to amateur students and provided training to dance instructors. The Albert Butler Dance Studio records contain instructional articles, promotional material, correspondence, and photographs, as well as files relating to Albert and Josephine Butler's other social dance-related projects. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Alexandra Danilova collection1920-2000.. Danilova, Alexandra, 1907-1997. of Congress/Music Division/mu006004ID.xml Correspondence, writings including a typescript of Danilova's memoirs titled Choura: The Memoirs of Alexandra Danilova, speeches and lectures, programs, printed material, newspaper clippings, magazine articles, artwork, photographs, and other papers relating to Danilova's career in dance primarily as a teacher at the School of American Ballet. Also includes material from her years with the de Basil Ballets Russes and the Denham Ballet Russe and from her touring company, Great Moments of Ballet. of Congress/Music Division/mu006004ID.xml Mon, 01 Jan 2007 12:00:00 GMT Alexandra Danilova papers. Compiled by Philip Heslip. Russian ballerina and dance educator Aleksandra Danilova (1903-1907) was one of the premier dancers of the 20th century, and a collaborator with such icons as George Balanchine, Sergey Diaghilev and Leonide Massine. This collection contains letters, biographical notes, photographs, and other miscellaneous material related to Danilova's personal and professional life. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Alexandra Fedorova papers. unknown The papers of Alexandra Fedorova are comprised of letters and telegrams, mainly from the 1930s, Riga, as well as bills and window cards of her ballet school in New Jersey. The majority of the correspondence is in Russian. For the brief translation see Appendix. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Alexis Kosloff papers. Compiled by Jennifer A. Ferretti, Pratt Institute 2014, 2013 Alexis Kosloff (circa 1888-1983) was a dancer, instructor, writer, and choreographer. The Alexis Kosloff papers (1905-1951) hold sheet music, photographs, programs, publications, promotional materials, writings, clippings, and correspondence documenting Kosloff’s teaching career. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Allan Ross Macdougall collection. unknown The major portion of the collection is comprised of research materials and drafts for Mr. Macdougall's biography of Isadora Duncan, published in 1960 as Isadora: a revolutionary in art and love,and correspondence (1953-1956) regarding his efforts to have the work published. It also includes letters to Mr. Macdougall from Irma Duncan concerning the Isadora Duncan School in Moscow (1928) and its continued devotion to the memory of Isadora Duncan. Other correspondents include Maria Theresa (Duncan), Rupert Doone, Henriette Sauret, Ted Shawn, Sergei Essenine (typewritten copy), and copies of the original Isadora Duncan letters found in the Irma Duncan Collection of Isadora Duncan Materials. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Allegra Fuller Snyder Papers. unknown State University/AFS-EAD_mss005.xml The collection includes the research, personal and professional files of Allegra Fuller Snyder, professor emerita and past chair of the UCLA Department of Dance. Evident in the collection is what a comprehensive thinker Allegra Fuller Snyder was, and is. Her personal files reflect a wide range of interests from performance dance to film, and from dance ethnology to dance therapy. For Snyder, learning had both academic and experiential dimensions. Her professional and personal interests are oftentimes indistinct which contextualizes the collection, and her intellectual process. In addition to being professor emerita and past chair of the UCLA Dance Department, Snyder coordinated (along with Professor Elsie Dunin) the pioneer graduate program in Dance Ethnology at UCLA. Serving as chair of the Ethnic Arts Program from 1974 with an inter-college and interdisciplinary curriculum, the program later was integrated into the Department of Dance, becoming the Department of World Arts and Cultures. Snyder was an active... State University/AFS-EAD_mss005.xml Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Amata B. Grassi papers. unknown The Amata B. Grassi Papers document the personal life and professional career of the early twentieth-century dancer. The collection contains correspondence and personal papers; performance notes; newspaper and magazine clippings; two of her personal diaries; and personal and professional photographs, including some negatives and slides. The focus of the collection covers her dancing years. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT American Association for Health, Physical Education, and Recreation records. unknown The American Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (AAHPER) is a service organization whose founding dates back to November 27, 1885 when William Gilbert Anderson, an instructor of physical education at Adelphi Academy, Brooklyn, invited a group of people working in the gymnastic field to come together to discuss their profession. A successor to the American Physical Education Association, it changed it name in 1975 to the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education and Recreation, and, in 1979 to the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD). As of 2003, AAHPERD was an alliance of six national associations, which includes the National Dance Association, and six regional associations. It sponsors conventions, professional development, scholarships, and publications. Headquartered in Reston, VA, it has 26,000 members. The bulk of this collection consists of the official financial and administrative files and reports of the American Association for... Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT American Ballet Theatre Collection. Finding aid prepared by Music Division, Library of Congress of Congress/Music Division/ABT.xml of Congress/Music Division/ABT.xml Tue, 01 Jan 2013 12:00:00 GMT American Ballet Theatre Material, 1940-1990. Processed by Marianne Carden; machine-readable finding aid created by Kate Culkin Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT American Ballet Theatre records. unknown American Ballet Theatre was founded in 1939 with the intention of creating an American company of international stature, a museum of the dance, “which would preserve the best of the classic tradition of Europe and at the same time lay the foundation for a new tradition, American in concept and spirit.” Its guiding principle was to encourage collaboration between artists with no single choreographer taking precedence. The records of the company attest to the pursuit of these goals. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT American Ballet Theatre scrapbooks 1939-1966 [microform]. unknown Arranged in approximate chronological order. These scrapbooks include press clippings, reviews, magazine articles, programs, announcements, publicity materials, and tour itineraries. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT American Dance Guild records. Compiled by Laura Slezak Karas. Founded in 1956 as the Guild of Creative Teachers of Children's Dance, the New York City-based American Dance Guild evolved into a non-profit service organization dedicated to uniting the dance community at both the individual and organizational levels. Consisting of administrative files, Board of Directors correspondence and meeting minutes, as well as extensive conference, seminar, and workshop materials, the American Dance Guild records document over forty-five years of service to the dance community. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT American Tap Dance Orchestra records. Compiled by Laura Slezak Karas. Founded by Brenda Bufalino, Tony Waag, and Charles "Honi" Coles in New York City in 1986, the American Tap Dance Orchestra (ATDO) was a non-profit tap dance company known for its focus on the musicality of tap dance. Documenting the organization's activities from 1988-1995, the records contain agendas and meeting minutes; correspondence; auditors' reports, budgets, and financial statements; and notes on advertisement and grant possibilities. The ATDO now operates as the American Tap Dance Foundation. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Angene Feves papers. Compiled by Lea Jordan. Angene Feves is a dancer and historian who specializes in the research, teaching, and reconstruction of sixteenth and eighteenth century dance. The Angene Feves papers contain files from her time as a performer and dance director for the Consortium Antiquum, as well as materials that reflect her career as a performer, historian, choreographer, and teacher. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Angna Enters correspondence. unknown Personal and business correspondence. The bulk of the papers consist of correspondence with agents, publishers, galleries, theaters, colleges and individuals. Contracts are filed under the respective agencies. The second series includes personal letters to and from Louis Kalonyme, art critic and writer. Kalonyme was Enters' artistic advisor and was acknowledged by her as her husband late in life. Financial documents include leases, bills, and insurance papers. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Angna Enters papers. unknown Angna Enters was a dancer and mime, a painter and writer. She developed nearly 300 separate characters for her touring Theater of Angna Enters from 1928-1960. She was a well-known artist and sculptor. Enters designed and executed all the costumes and props for her performances, and she illustrated several of the books she wrote on her life and work.She died in 1989. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Anita Zahn professional and personal papers. unknown Correspondence, teaching notes, music scores, programs, clippings and personal documents related to Anita Zahn's professional career as a dancer, teacher and director of schools. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Ann Barzel Dance Research Collection. Barzel, Ann Dance Finding Aids/BarzelResearch.xml Materials collected by dance critic Ann Barzel, documenting the history of dance in Chicago and worldwide. Research collection includes brochures and other publicity, newsclippings, programs, souvenir books, audiovisual material, posters and prints, photographs, scrapbooks, and artifacts. Dance Finding Aids/BarzelResearch.xml Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Ann Barzel Papers. Barzel, Ann Dance Finding Aids/Barzel.xml Correspondence, works, photographs, and personal and biographical material by Chicago dance critic and historian Ann Barzel. Dance Finding Aids/Barzel.xml Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Ann Hutchinson Guest papers. unknown Ann Hutchinson Guest, born November 3, 1918 in New York, is an American dancer and dance notator. Her initial dance training began in the mid 1930's at the Jooss-Leeder School at Dartington Hall, England. When World War II broke out in Europe, she returned to New York where her continued training included ballet, modern, tap, and ethnic dance. In the 1940's she danced with the Welland Lathrop Company and in Broadway musicals, including One Touch of Venus, Billion Dollar Baby,and Kiss Me, Kate.In 1947, she returned to London and worked closely with Rudolf Laban. She is credited with coining the term Labanotation and, in 1954, published her book of that title. A prolific writer, she also has created games, wall charts, and other aids for teaching notation to children. Ms. Hutchinson Guest has notated many major choreographic works including those by George Balanchine, Kurt Jooss, Marius Petipa, Antony Tudor, Hanya Holm, and Doris Humphrey. She was one of the founders of the Dance Notation Bureau and served as i... Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Anna Halprin papers. Compiled by Sarah Wade, Pratt Institute, 2012. Anna Halprin, an American dancer known for her innovative and experimental technique, is a leading figure of the postmodern dance movement. This collection documents the artist's career with print materials, press clippings, biographies, San Francisco Dancers' Workshop newsletters, award programs, and photographs. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Anne Mitcheltree papers. Compiled by Sarah Wade, Pratt Institute, June 2012. Anne Mitcheltree is a modern dancer and New York City-based dance therapist. This collection documents Mitcheltree's personal life and professional career with print materials, press clippings, personal correspondence, and photographs. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Annotated dance performance programs. unknown House programs of New York area dance performances with annotations including immediate reactions scribbled during performances, summaries of action, sketches, diagrams. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Anthony A. Bliss papers relating to the Joffrey Ballet. unknown Anthony A. Bliss, a lawyer and patron of the arts, was elected chairman of the board of directors of the Foundation for American Dance, the parent organization of the City Center Joffrey Ballet, in 1970. The Foundation for the Joffrey Ballet was later formed, and Bliss served as chairman of its board. He resigned from the Joffrey board in May, 1990. This collection consists of the papers of Anthony Bliss which relate to his work for the Joffrey Ballet and cover the period 1969-1990. The bulk of the material is correspondence to or from Bliss which pertains to fundraising. Also included is correspondence pertaining to other board business such as a contract for Gerald Arpino, by-laws, minutes of board and committee meetings, lists of board members, agreements, proposed contracts, and some touring and financial information. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Antonio and the Ballets de Madrid records. Compiled by Robyn Hjermstad, 2014 Antonio Ruiz Soler (1921-1996), professionally known as Antonio, was a Spanish flamenco dancer, choreographer, and director. The Antonio and Ballets de Madrid records (1960-1968) hold press releases, correspondence, and drafts of programs, itineraries, and dance synopses for Antonio and the Ballets de Madrid's 1964 American tour directed by Hurok Attractions, Inc. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Antony Tudor and Hugh Laing photographs. unknown The Antony Tudor and Hugh Laing Photographs consists of over 1500 prints, slides, and negatives documenting the careers and personal lives of Antony Tudor and Hugh Laing. Photographs depict works choreographed and/or danced by Antony Tudor. Photographs also depict works danced by Hugh Laing. Finally, the collection documents portions of their personal lives. Included are images of Laing with Diana Adams, Tudor and Laing's friends, families, and colleagues. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Antony Tudor papers. unknown Antony Tudor, choreographer and teacher, was born in London and studied ballet with Marie Rambert beginning in 1928, choreographing his first ballet for her Ballet Club in 1931. At the invitation of Richard Pleasant, he came to the United States in 1940 to work with Ballet Theatre. He worked with other companies internationally, but his base remained the United States. The papers in this collection contain material from 1908-1987 (bulk dates 1985-1987). Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Ari Darom papers. unknown The collection contains research, correspondence, biographical material, performance-related material, correspondence about Ari Darom's memorial tribute, and a list of his book collection. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Arnold Genthe correspondence and writings. unknown The collection of papers of Arnold Genthe consists of letters, and some drafts for his published autobiography, as well as writings by other people. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT The Arthur Todd collection of typescripts. unknown Typescripts and carbon copies of articles, criticism, and reviews by critic Arthur Todd in various publications ca. 1948-53. Publications in which these reviews appeared include: Ballet Today, Dance and Dancers, Dance News, Dance Observer, Theatre Artsand Dance Magazine.In addition to articles on Martha Graham, Ballet Theatre, Ballet Russe de Marquis de Cuevas, and the New York City Ballet, are reviews of dancing in Broadway musicals including “The Barrier” (Humphrey-[UNK]), “Carousel” (deMille), “Kiss Me Kate” (Hanya Holm), and “Lend an Ear” (Gower Champion). Among dance books reviewed are: Baron at the Ballet(Arnold L. Haskell), The Dance(John Martin), The Dance Has Many Faces(Walter Sorell, ed.), Nijinsky(Paul Magriel, ed.), and Spanish Dancing(La Meri). Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Artur Michel letters [microform]. unknown This collection mainly consists of correspondence relating to his writings and to his attempts to get out of Berlin when Hitler and the Nazis were in power. It also contains some correspondence after his death, relating to locating some of his relatives and getting his letters to the Dance Collection. The correspondence is arranged alphabetically by correspondent; however, each file may contain material to, from, or about the person listed. Many of the German letters have been translated by Anita Warburg, and she has made a summary of the correspondence in each year of the Michel correspondence. The collection also contains two articles by Michel. In the Folder List, AM refers to Artur Michel. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Artur Michel papers. unknown The Artur Michel Papers primarily document the professional concerns of the German-born dance critic and scholar, who immigrated to the United States after the Nazi rise to power. Michel settled in New York, where he became a reviewer for the German-language newspaper Aufbau, wrote articles that appeared in Dance Magazine and other publications, and completed a comprehensive, unpublished book on the history of theatrical dance, Der Tanz auf der Bühne: Geschichte des Theatertanzes seit der Renaissance. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Artur Michel papers, Additions. Compiled by Kit Fluker, 2014 Artur Michel (1883-1946) was a dance critic and historian. The Artur Michel papers, Additions (1922-1947) contain research materials, manuscripts, and articles on dance criticism and dance history. Materials are chiefly in German and English. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Audrey Wagner collection of Anton Dolin memorabilia. Compiled by Marian H. O'Brian, Palmer School of Library and Information Science 2012. One of the premier danseurs of the twentieth century, Sir Anton Dolin performed from 1923 to 1961; later choreographed and staged many ballets; wrote; and acted. A friend of Dolin's from 1945 to his death in 1983, Audrey (Wallace) Wagner collected memorabilia documenting his career. The Audrey Wagner collection of Anton Dolin memorabilia documents Dolin's entire professional career, including publicity photographs, press clippings, and programs. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT August Bournonville papers. unknown Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Autograph letters of 19th century ballet notables. unknown This collection of 48 items consists primarily of autograph letters from dancers and choreographers of the Romantic period in ballet history. The letters are arranged alphabetically by correspondent, then chronologically under each correspondent. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Ballet Foundation collection of orchestral scores and parts. unknown The Ballet Foundation gift, donated to the Dance Collection after the Foundation closed in 1984, contains orchestral and part scores for 82 ballets, as well as miscellaneous instrumental and vocal scores. The scores are boxed and grouped alphabetically by ballet title. Within each ballet, the part scores are organized by instrument. Those scores for which there are only one or two parts are also arranged alphabetically by ballet title and are collected in two boxes marked “Miscellaneous Ballet Scores.” Various instrumental and vocal scores which do not relate to specific ballets are arranged alphabetically by composer's name and are located in three boxes marked “Miscellaneous Scores.” Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Ballet International records. unknown The Ballet International Records document the collaboration between Ballet International and Adolf Schmid during the years 1944-1945. The collection contains Schmid’s arrangement and orchestration notes; cost estimates and requests for his services; correspondence with Ballet International; programs from that season’s performances; and a small number of Schmid’s personal papers unrelated to Ballet International. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Ballets: U.S.A. records. unknown The Leland Hayward Records of Ballets: U.S.A. document the years 1956-1962, before the company's inception until its demise, from the papers kept by the company's producer. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Barbara Barker papers. unknown This collection documents the research material collected by Barbara Barker. The collection spans ca. 1833-1998. It consists of correspondence, extensive clippings from books, and newspapers of the mid-to-late 1800’s. There are also illustrations, slides, photographs and negatives.There is no personal material in the collection. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Barbara Dilley papers. Compiled by Jennifer A. Ferretti, Pratt Institute, 2014, 2013 Barbara Dilley is an American dancer, choreographer, and educator. The Barbara Dilley collection (1958-2002) contains correspondence, photographs, reviews, programs, flyers and posters, postcards, art/dance publications, rehearsal notes, and clippings pertaining to Barbara Dilley’s career as a dancer and choreographer. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Barton Mumaw Collection. Barton Mumaw This collection comprises the original correspondence, manuscript notes, personal papers, press clippings, audio-visual recordings, costumes, books, photographs and framed items belonging to Barton Mumaw, a founding member and principal dancer of Ted Shawn's Men Dancers (1933-1940) who continued a life-long association with Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival as a teacher, performer, and advocate for Ted Shawn's legacy. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Bates Dance Festival records. Bates Dance Festival College/CA1001ID.xml The collection documents the administrative, educational, creative, outreach, and public relations aspects of the Bates Dance Festival, which is held annually each summer at Bates College, from its founding in 1982 until the present. College/CA1001ID.xml Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Beatrice Hellebrandt manuscripts. Compiled by Robyn Hjermstad, 2013 Beatrice Hellebrandt was a modern dance composer who was active from the 1920s through the 1940s. The collection (1926-1939, 1964) holds 26 piano scores written by Hellebrandt for group dances. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Beatrice Seckler papers, 1945-1977. Compiled by Kate Jadwin, Pratt Institute, 2012. Beatrice Seckler (1911-2002) was a professional dancer with a performance and teaching career that spanned over 40 years. The Beatrice Seckler papers contain programs, clippings, correspondences photographs, scripts, letters and other personal records reflecting selected periods in Seckler's life and career. This collection also features documentation of Aaron Cohen's unfinished biography of Seckler, represented through interview transcripts and correspondences. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Bella Malinka papers. unknown This collection documents the teaching career of Bella Malinka, dance educator, choreographer and dancer, who taught at New York’s School of the Performing Arts from 1949 to 1981. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Benjamin Harkarvy papers. unknown The Benjamin Harkarvy Papers from the 1940s to 2003 cover the academic and professional career of the distinguished dancer and teacher. It contains notes and notebooks, teaching materials, photographs, clippings and publicity material. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Bernadine Jennings papers. Compiled by Valerie Wingfield, 2013 Bernadine Jennings was the founder and executive director of Dance Giant Steps, Inc. Founded in 1979, this not-for-profit organization promoted professional dance artists and companies. This was mostly through the organization's publication "Attitude: The Dancers' Magazine," published quarterly. The collection, dated 1969 to 2005, mostly holds publicity material about the dance companies that resided or held dance performances in New York City. Represented in the collection are classical ballet, folkloric and ethnic dances, and modern dance. African-American dance companies are strongly represented in the collection. The files feature correspondence, photographs, press kits, publications, slides, and several drawings. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Bert Terborgh papers. Compiled by Allison Hughes, Palmer School of Library and Information Science, September 2013. Bert Terborgh (1945-1996) was a Dutch ballet and modern dancer who performed throughout Europe and Australia and with the Martha Graham Dance Company. The Bert Terborgh papers consist primarily of photographs, performance programs, and promotional material, with some other items documenting Terborgh's career, including librettos, salary records, and correspondence from dance institutes. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Bertram Ross papers. unknown Bertram Ross was the principal male dancer of the Martha Graham Dance Company from 1957-1973. His later career was as a choreographer, teacher and singer. Materials include correspondence, photographs and clippings. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Bessie Schönberg papers. unknown Personal and professional papers of dance educator Bessie Schönberg, 1932-1997. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Betty White collection of Margaret Gage papers. Compiled by Robyn Hjermstad, 2013 The Betty White collection of Margaret Gage papers (1950-1960) holds notes, sheet music, and dance image plates that belonged to American dance teacher and choreographer Margaret Gage. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Beverly Brown papers. unknown The Beverly Brown Papers document the career of Beverly Brown, dancer, choreographer, teacher and writer. The material dates from 1955-2000 and includes professional correspondence, programs, scores, photographs, clippings, video logs, journals/notebooks featuring choreography notes and diary entries as well as original manuscripts. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Bhaskar Roy Chowdhury Papers. Compiled by Valerie Wingfield. The Bhaskar Roy Chowdhury collection contains a partial autobiography, family photographs, publicity, career related photographs, printed matter, and some correspondence relating to the life and career of Bhaskar Roy Chowdhury (1930-2003) an Indian folk dancer, choreographer, actor, writer and painter. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon collection1920-1991.. Fosse, Bob, 1927-1987. Verdon, Gwen. of Congress/Music Division/mu006002ID.xml Correspondence, writings, music manuscripts, printed music, scripts, production material, research material, casting files, contracts, press reviews, programs, posters, handbills, artwork, photographs, and other papers. of Congress/Music Division/mu006002ID.xml Sun, 01 Jan 2006 12:00:00 GMT Bonnie Cashin Collection of Fashion, Theater and Film Costume Design. Cashin, Bonnie. The collection contains Bonnie Cashin's personal archive documenting her design career. The collection includes Cashin's design illustrations, writings on design, contractual paperwork, photographs of her clothing designs, and press materials including press releases and editorial coverage of her work. Personal photographs and letters to Cashin are also included. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Bournonville family correspondence in the Kongelige Bibliotek, København. unknown These are photostat copies of the microfilm cataloged in *ZBD-17. They are arranged in the exact order of the microfilm. The collection includes letters to and from members of the Bournonville family covering the years 1783-1879, written in French, Danish, English and Italian. The major correspondents include: Auguste, Antoine, Jeanne and Mariane Bournonville, Ferdinand Albert, Carlo Blasis, André Isidore Carey, Édouard Carey, Gustave Carey, Jean Coralli, Charles Didelot, Vincenzo Galeotti, Lucile Grahn, Agnes Healey, Christine Healey, Ferdinand Hoppe, Christian Johansson, Augusta Nielsen, Louis-Marie Nivelon, Arthur Saint-Léon, Paul Taglioni, Salvatore Taglioni, and Bernardo Vestris. The collection has been partially annotated by Lillian Moore. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Buzz Miller collection of playscripts. unknown Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Caird Leslie papers. unknown The papers of Caird Leslie include personal and business correspondence, autobiographical writing, and notes on ballet technique, particularly as taught by Adolf Bolm. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Carl Wolz papers. Compiled by Lea Jordan. Carl Wolz (1932-2002) was an influential choreographer, scholar, educator, and dance advocate. The Carl Wolz papers document his career as an educator and choreographer. The collection contains awards, choreographic notes, correspondence, contracts, documents from various institutions with which Wolz worked, programs, and teaching materials. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Carlisle Project records. Compiled by Laura Slezak Karas. Founded by Barbara Weisberger in 1984, the Carlisle Project was a center for the professional development of choreographers and dancers based in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Documenting selected aspects of the Carlisle Project from 1984-1998, the records contain agendas, group discussion topics, and summaries regarding the Project's 1990 convocation; photographs; brochures, fact sheets, and season schedules; a master's thesis; as well as photocopies of correspondence, notes, testimonials, and press clippings. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Carmelita Maracci papers. unknown The papers of Carmelita Maracci document her professional and, to a lesser extent, her personal life from 1924 until after her death in July, 1987. The collection consists of correspondence; writings by Maracci including journals, notebooks and drafts of sections of her unpublished autobiography; articles by and about Maracci; brief notes for some of her dances; press releases and promotional materials for performances; teaching notes for her “talking classes;” clippings (reviews, interviews, announcements, obituaries); and artwork by Maracci. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Carol Lynn papers. unknown The Carol Lynn Papers document the career of the dancer, educator and administrative director of Jacob's Pillow, Carol Lynn. The papers consist of a selection of photographs, programs, promotional material, a limited amount of correspondence and clippings, as well as an extensive collection of choreographic notes from Lynn’s time spent at Denishawn and teaching dance at her studio, the Carol Lynn School of Dance. Following her departure from Jacob’s Pillow, Lynn headed the dance program at Baltimore’s Peabody Institute of Music in addition to maintaining her own studio until 1952. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Carola Goya and Matteo papers. Compiled by Marian H. O'Brian, Palmer School of Library and Information Science, 2012. Carola Goya and Matteo were leaders in the world of ethnic dance for over forty years. Forming their dance partnership in 1954, after each had a successful solo career, they toured worldwide, performing and studying dance in over sixty countries. The papers document their professional career together through correspondence, publicity materials, press clippings and releases, and writings. The bulk of the material dates from 1954 to 1994, when Goya died. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Carola Trier papers. Compiled by Janine Veazue, Queens College, CUNY, 2012. The Carola Trier papers contain books, clippings, professional and personal correspondence, photographs, programs, and anatomical notes and research. Many of the items document Trier's professional life, which included study and practice of orthopedic medicine (in conjunction with her background in Pilates) as well as a strong association with the New York City dance community. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Carole Johnson Aboriginal Dance portfolios. Compiled by Valerie Wingfield, 2013 The Carole Y. Johnson Aboriginal Dance portfolios hold documents relating to her work as an activist, art director, choreographer and dancer. Johnson, of African-American descent, developed Aboriginal Islanders dance programs through the Black Theatre Arts and Cultural Centre, Aboriginal modern dance workshop, the Aboriginal Arts Board, the the National Aboriginal Islander Skills Development Association Dance College (NAISDA), and the Aboriginal Islander Dance Theatre (AIDT). The collection contains annual reports, articles, brochures, correspondence, dance reviews, memorandums, and posters. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Charles Andrew Barber dance writings. unknown Charles Andrew Barber, a critic, poet and theater director, wrote about dance principally for the New York Nativeand The Advocate. This collection of Charles Barbers' papers includes primarily drafts of published and unpublished articles, along with some of his background notes and materials. Also included are six items of correspondence and a few brief notes and memos. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT The Charles H. McCaghy Collection of Exotic Dance From Burlesque to Clubs. The Charles H. McCaghy Collection of Exotic Dance From Burlesque to Clubs was maintained as a personal collection by Dr. Charles H. McCaghy in his home in Bowling Green, Ohio, until Dr. McCaghy donated the materials to Ohio State University's Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee Theatre Research Institute in 2004. State University/McCaghy.xml The materials in the McCaghy Collection of Exotic Dance from Burlesque to Clubs come from the personal collection of Dr. Charles H. McCaghy, professor emeritus of the Department of Sociology at Bowling Green State University. The collection contains a wide variety of materials related to striptease research and memorabilia, spanning from the mid-nineteenth century to the present day and exploring all aspects of striptease in performance, from early burlesque\vaudeville to modern strip clubs and the neo-burlesque movement. State University/McCaghy.xml Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Charles Weidman papers. unknown Charles Weidman was one of the founding members of Modern Dance in the United States. In his later years, he created his own dance company, continuing to teach and tour in the early 1970s. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Charles Weidman papers, Additions. Compiled by Susan Malsbury, 2013 Charles Weidman (1901-1975) was a dancer, choreographer, and teacher known for his roles as a member of the Denishawn Company, and later for founding his own companies: the Humphrey-Weidman Concert Company, Theatre Dance Company, and An Expression of Two Arts. The additions to the Charles Weidman papers contain material related to choreographed works he performed with the Theatre Dance Company and An Expression of Two Arts; files representing his time with the Denishawn Dancers; photographs; and scrapbooks. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Charles Weidman School of Modern Dance Inc. records. unknown The Charles Weidman School of Modern Dance, Inc. records brings together financial and musical material describing the work of the company in the late 1960s and early 1970s. There is also material about the creation of programs and dances. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Chicago Allied Arts, Inc. records. unknown The Chicago Allied Arts, Inc. Records are chiefly comprised of correspondence, contracts, financial records, and drafts of legal documents concerning the establishment and operations of the short-lived organization, which produced an innovative series of programs of new music and dance in Chicago from 1924-1927. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Cia Fornaroli and Walter Toscanini papers. unknown The Cia Fornaroli and Walter Toscanini Papers document the careers of a wife and husband, both in the field of dance. Fornaroli was a prima ballerina, choreographer, teacher and director, and Walter Toscanini was a dance historian, collector and curator, primarily in Milan and New York. The majority of this collection is in Italian. The collection consists of correspondence, clippings, photographs, scores, research files, scrapbooks, and writings. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Claire de Robilant papers. Compiled by Allison Hughes, Palmer School of Library and Information Science, September 2013. Claire de Robilant was a dance historian and archivist. The Claire de Robilant papers include drafts of her unpublished book on the history of ballet in South America, typescripts of articles and other writings on ballet, documents related to her career as an archivist, and research files containing annotated photocopies of primary source documents. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Claire Holt papers. unknown The Claire Holt Collection of Indonesian dance materials presents a rich and sensitive account of the cultural life of five islands of Indonesia. The islands, then part of the Dutch East Indies, include Java, Bali, Sulawesi (known in the 1930s as the Celebes), Nias, and Sumatra. Accumulated mostly during the 1930s, the collection comprises approximately 9,000 photographic prints; 3,500 photographic negatives; several reels of 16mm motion picture film; and a small but significant group of manuscripts. In addition to the pre-World War II material are photographic prints, negatives, and slides of artists working in Java and Bali in the mid-1950s. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Clark Center records. unknown The Clark Center Records document the activities of the Clark Center for the Performing Arts, an arts organization focusing on dance training and the presentation of new talent and emerging dance companies. The collection covers the years 1960-1995. It contains information reflecting both of Clark Center’s primary operations, as well as their, ultimately unsuccessful, efforts to secure a permanent space for instruction and performances. A dominant figure in the materials is Louise Roberts, the Center’s director from 1970-1986, and compiler of this collection. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Collection of materials on Noah and the Flood. unknown A collection of correspondence, press releases, clippings, and photographs relating to the television production of Igor Stravinsky's ballet-oratorio, Noah and the Floodwhich had its world premiere on CBS Television on June 14, 1962. Correspondents include Igor Stravinsky, Robert Craft, Robert D. Graff, and Lillian Libman. Includes fifteen photographs of Igor Stravinsky, George Balanchine, and others, and 114 contact sheets documenting rehearsals and production. Also includes pencil portrait of Marjorie Graff by Rouben Ter-Arutunian (designer). Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Correspondence with Ballet Associates in America, Inc. unknown Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Craig-Duncan collection. unknown Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Cubiculo Theatre records. Dance Performances. Compiled by Valerie Wingfield, 2013 The Cubiculo Theatre was a center for the performing arts, film and poetry, located at 414 West 51st Street. The Cubiculo Theatre records include notes, press releases, press reviews, programs and the occasional photograph. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Dale Harris papers. unknown Dale Harris was a preeminent dance critic who lectured on a wide variety of topics including ballet, cultural history, and opera. The collection consists of correspondence, lectures, articles, photographs, programs, contracts, legal records, notes, and clippings. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Dance Chronicle papers. unknown This collection documents the editorial content of Dance Chronicle. The collection spans the years 1959-1994 (Bulk dates 1988-1992). It consists of correspondence, edited articles before publication, published articles, and research material. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Dance facilities questionnaire. unknown Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Dance magazine records. unknown Richard Philp was the editor-in-chief of Dance Magazine, from 1989-2000. The collection reflects his editorship at the magazine. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Dance Perspectives Foundation records. Compiled by Allison Hughes, Palmer School of Library and Information Science, September 2013. The Dance Perspectives Foundation, founded in 1966, was a New York-based, non-profit organization devoted to supporting dance scholarship, whose flagship project, the International Encyclopedia of Dance, was published in 1998. The Dance Perspectives Foundation records, dating from 1966 to 2003 with the bulk from 1976 to 1998, include board meeting minutes and reports; financial records; fundraising letters and grant applications; and correspondence among the authors, editors, and publishers of the encyclopedia. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Dance Theater of Nepal Records, 1996-2005. unknown Business and performance records of the Dance Theater of Nepal. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Dancers/Artists in the Schools records. unknown Dancers/Artists in the Schools promoted the use of qualified dancers at dance residencies to benefit kindergarten through high school students. This collection consists of the administrative and financial records of an arts advocacy group. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Daniel Nagrin papers. unknown The Daniel Nagrin papers contain correspondence, business records, writings, teaching materials, programs and clippings, and personal items relating to the career of noted choreographer and dancer, Daniel Nagrin. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Danspace Project records. Compiled by Susan Malsbury. The Danspace Project was founded in 1974 at the St. Mark's Church In-The-Bowery in New York City to present, support, and encourage new work in dance and performance within a supportive environment. The Danspace Project records document over three decades of dance performances produced by, or affiliated with, the Danspace Project, as well as document the day-to-day management of an arts non-profit. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT David Libidins papers. unknown The David Libidins Papers document his professional life from 1936 to 1958. Although primarily concerned with his roles as administrator and artists' manager, Libidins' correspondence reflects frequent crossovers between professional relationships and personal friendships. He was widely known as a man for whom there was no separation between the two spheres. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT David Lichine and Tatiana Riabouchinska papers. Compiled by Lea Jordan. David Lichine (1910-1972) was a noted choreographer, teacher, and dancer. Tatiana Riabouchinska (1917-2000) was an internationally celebrated ballet star and teacher. The David Lichine and Tatiana Riabouchinska papers document the professional life of the dance couple. These files contain correspondence, photographs, calling cards, choreographic notes, and scrapbooks. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT David Sears papers. unknown Research files used by David Sears for writing reviews and articles on dance and theater. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT