Bulletin Volume 11

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Bulletin  Volume 11

Author: New York Public Library

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Bulletin of the New York Public Library

New York Public Library. Names . In Chambers's Edinburgh journal , vol . Nash ,
Gilbert , continued 19 ( new series ) , April 23 ... In The Yale literary magazine ,
vol . 11 , Northcote , Sir Stafford Henry , first earl of Iddesleigh . April , 1846 , p .

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Bulletin Of The New York Public Library Volume 3

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Bulletin Of The New York Public Library  Volume 3

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Bulletin Of The New York Public Library Astor Lenox And Tilden Foundations Volume 2

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Bulletin Of The New York Public Library  Astor  Lenox And Tilden Foundations  Volume 2

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ISBN: 9781012883942

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Bulletin

Mr. Krohn has noted the following music lists not included in the replies to this
questionnaire : New York . New York City : Public Library . List of works relating to
folk - songs , etc. ( from Bulletin , vol . 11 , no . 5 , May , 1907 . p . 187-226 ) .

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Bulletin Volume 15

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Bulletin  Volume 15

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ISBN: 9781012943912

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NBS Monograph

1 , 1940 + ( vol . 11 , No. 1 and vol . 15 missing ) La Nature , Paris . vol . 45–67 ,
74 , 1917 + Die Naturwissenschaften , Berlin . vol . 1 1913 + Naval ... Journal , vol
. 52 , 1938 + New Jersey Zinc Company , New York . The alloy pot , vol . 12 ,
1944 + New scientist , London . ... New York . Public Library . New technical
books , vol . 1 , 1915 + New Zealand . Chief Inspector of Weights and Measures .
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A Southern Writer and the Civil War

2 (Winter 1994): 11–17. Robert Bush, “Paddy McGann, William Gilmore Simms's
Devil Story,” Bulletin of the New York Public Library, Vol. 69 (January-December
1965): 197–204. _____. “Introduction to Paddy McGann; or, The Demon of the ...

A Southern Writer and the Civil War

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This book lies at the intersection of Civil War history and the history of American literature. Rogers challenges prevailing assumptions about the nature of Southern identity during the American Civil War and describes an important period in the life of William Gilmore Simms, one of nineteenth-century America's most widely read authors.

Congressional Serial Set

Bulletin of the Boston Public Library , Vol . IV , p . 143 , 1879 . * GRIFFIN ,
APPLETON PRENTISS ... Index to Articles in Historical Collections relating to
New York Colony and State . Boston , 1887 . L . 8vo . pp . 8 . 50 copies reprinted
from tbe ...

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Ted Shawn

21. vol. 9. 5. “Dress Degrees,” Bulletin (San Francisco, CA), April 10, 1923, DS,
vol. 11. 6. Courier-Journal, December 6, 1922, and Star Journal, ... 11. 8. Musical
Courier, November 1, 1922, DS, vol. 10. 9. Young Boswell Interview, New York
Tribune, April 23, 1923, DS, vol. ... Jeanette Schlottmann Roosevelt, 1959,
transcript,46, *MGZMT3-2261, Jerome Robbins Dance Division, New York Public
Library.

Ted Shawn

Author: Paul A. Scolieri

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199331081

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Ted Shawn (1891-1972) is the self-proclaimed "Father of American Dance" who helped to transform dance from a national pastime into theatrical art. In the process, he made dancing an acceptable profession for men and taught several generations of dancers, some of whom went on to become legendary choreographers and performers in their own right, most notably his protégés Martha Graham, Louise Brooks, Doris Humphrey, and Charles Weidman. Shawn tried for many years and with great frustration to tell the story of his life's work in terms of its social and artistic value, but struggled, owing to the fact that he was homosexual, a fact known only within his inner circle of friends. Unwilling to disturb the meticulously narrated account of his paternal exceptionalism, he remained closeted, but scrupulously archived his journals, correspondence, programs, photographs, and motion pictures of his dances, anticipating that the full significance of his life, writing, and dances would reveal itself in time. Ted Shawn: His Life, Writings, and Dances is the first critical biography of the dance legend, offering an in-depth look into Shawn's pioneering role in the formation of the first American modern dance company and school, the first all-male dance company, and Jacob's Pillow, the internationally renowned dance festival and school located in the Berkshires. The book explores Shawn's writings and dances in relation to emerging discourses of modernism, eugenics and social evolution, revealing an untold story about the ways that Shawn's homosexuality informed his choreographic vision. The book also elucidates the influences of contemporary writers who were leading a radical movement to depathologize homosexuality, such as the British eugenicist Havelock Ellis and sexologist Alfred Kinsey, and conversely, how their revolutionary ideas about sexuality were shaped by Shawn's modernism.