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Abstract The papers of Katherine Flowers reflect a life dedicated to the art of dance, particularly African-American dance. They document Flowers' long career as a dancer, choreographer, and teacher. The papers lend insight into the popularization of African-American dance in the twentieth century, a process in which Flowers and her contemporary, Katherine Dunham, played a significant role.
Abstract Peter Greene (date of birth and death unknown), American dancer and singer, was born in Helena, Arkansas to Alberta and Zach Greene and spent his formative years in Chicago, Illinois under the care of his grandparents, Reverend Jordan and Rebecca Roberts.The Peter Greene Papers are comprised of two boxes dated 1932-1997. The chronologically arranged collection mainly consists of Greene’s personal and professional photographs. Also within the collection are correspondence, ephemera, and...
Dates: 1932-1997; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/2005
Abstract The Juliette Lipschultz Papers offer a detailed narrative surrounding the life and work of Juliette Abt Lipschultz. This collection features items from her career as a dancer during the 1920s, materials pertaining to her life and interests, and correspondence describing her human relationships, especially with her two daughters, Karen DeCrow and Claudia Lipschultz.
Dates: 1914 - 2011
Collection — Multiple Containers
Abstract The Doreen Miller Papers include color and black-and-white photographs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, audio-visual material, programs, and publications that document the life and work of alumna, Doreen Miller. Doreen K. (nee Conner) Miller (1922-2018) was born and raised in Royalton, Minnesota.
Dates: 1927 - 2018
Abstract Lynne O’Neill (Elaine Jose Nolan) was a burlesque dancer, model, magazine contributor, and realtor. The collection spans the years 1931 through 2000. and consists of biographical and professional documents, fan mail, publications, photographs, and artifacts.
- Subject: Dancers X