The Folk Dance Federation of Southern California was established in 1946; its purposes were to conduct monthly festivals,
encourage research in authentic dance forms, and to provide recognized patterns of folk dances.The Folk Dance Federation of Southern California was established in 1946 and continues active up to the present time. The
first volume of minutes (Box 1) records the proceedings which led to its setting up and the by-laws adopted March 10, 1946.
22 boxes (11 linear ft.)
19 oversize boxes
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