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Guide to the Eugene Loring Papers
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Series 1.  Early years, 1925-1933.

Physical Description: 0.1 linear ft.

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series documents Loring's early theatrical experience with the Wisconsin Players, ending with his move to New York. The series is arranged topically.
Box 1 : 1

Jouvet, Louis. "Reflections of an Actor," typescript of pages 33-70, undated

Box 1 : 2

Photographs, 1925-1933

Box 1 : 3

Portrait of Loring by Elton A. Hackett, charcoal on paper, undated

 

Series 2.  Early ballet companies, 1934-1939.

Physical Description: 0.5 linear ft.

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series contains photographs, programs, and scrapbooks documenting Loring's work with three dance companies: American Ballet, Ballet Caravan, and Fokine Ballet. In addition to Loring, photographs in this series also include other dancers, most notably Lew Christensen, Fred Danieli, William Dollar, Marie Jeanne, and Annabelle Lyon. The series is arranged alphabetically by the name of the company and then topically within each company.

Access

Scrapbooks are extremely fragile and must be used under close supervision of a Special Collections staff member.
Box 1 : 4-6, 14 : 2

American Ballet

Box 1 : 4

Photographs, ca. 1934-1936.

Note

Dances include Alma Mater, Divertissement, and Sorcerer's Apprentice.
Box 1 : 5

Programs, 1935-1937

Box 1 : 6

Reviews and publicity, 1935-1936

Box 14 : 2

Scrapbook, New York season, 1937.

Note

Included with Ballet Caravan Inaugural tour scrapbook, 1936.
Box 1 : 7-9, 14 : 1-2

Ballet Caravan

Box 1 : 7-8

Photographs

Box 1 : 7

Dance repertoire, ca. 1936-1938.

Note

Dances include Encounter, Filling Station, Promenade, Pocahontas, Spanish Ballet, and Show Piece.
Box 1 : 8

Loring choreography, ca. 1936-1938.

Note

Dances include Billy the Kid, Harlequin for President, and Yankee Clipper.
Box 14 : 1

Loring choreography, Billy the Kid, ca. 1936-1938.

Box 1 : 9

Programs and publicity, ca. 1938-1939 and undated

Box 14 : 2

Scrapbooks, undated.

Note

Include programs, photographs, telegrams, and clippings containing publicity and reviews.
Box 14 : 2

1936, Inaugural tour.

Note

Includes American Ballet, New York season, 1937.
Box 22OS : 1

1937, Summer tour

Box 22OS : 2

1938, Spring tour.

Note

Includes 1938-1939 season.
Box 1 : 10

Fokine Ballet, souvenir program, 1934

 

Series 3.  Choreography, 1933-1980.

Physical Description: 4 linear ft.

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series documents Eugene Loring's emergence as a choreographer in collaboration with other companies following his success with the Ballet Caravan. He continued to contribute repertoire to dance, light opera companies, film, and television concurrently with his teaching endeavors. Materials include photographs, programs, musical scores, and clippings. The series is organized in two subseries: Subseries 3.1. Dance, 1939-1980. Subseries 3.2. Musical theater and other choreography, 1933-1979.
 

Subseries 3.1.  Dance, 1939-1980.

Physical Description: 2 linear ft.

Subseries Scope and Content Summary

This subseries documents Eugene Loring's choreography as performed by dance companies throughout the world. The subseries is arranged alphabetically by name of company or institution with whom Loring was collaborating, and then topically.

Access

Scrapbooks are extremely fragile and must be used under close supervision of a Special Collections staff member.
Box 1 : 11-12

Australian Ballet, Billy the Kid

Box 1 : 11

Choreology (partial) by Barbara Nimmo, 1977

Box 23OS : 1

Clippings, 1977

Box 1 : 12

Photograph, program, and reviews, 1977

Box 1 : 13 - 2 : 10, 15 : 1

Ballet Theatre (later American Ballet Theatre)

Box 1 : 13

Billy the Kid, cast list and photographs, ca. 1940.

Note

Dancers include John Butler, Ruth Ann Koesun, and John Kriza.
Box 15 : 1

Photograph of John Butler, 1960

Box 1 : 14

Biographical information and photographs of Loring, 1940-1941 and undated

Box 1 : 15 - 2 : 1

Event programs

Box 1 : 15

1940-1944.

Note

Dances include Billy the Kid.
Box 1 : 16

1947-1951.

Note

Dances include Billy the Kid.
Box 1 : 17

1952-1975.

Note

Dances include Billy the Kid, The Capital of the World, and The Great American Goof.
Box 2 : 1

1976.

Note

Dances include Billy the Kid.
Box 2 : 2

General information on the company, 1970

Box 2 : 3

Performance photographs of other choreographers' works, undated.

Note

Includes Rodeo and Les Sylphides.
Box 2 : 4

Publicity, 1947-1955 and undated.

Note

Dances include Billy the Kid and The Capital of the World.
Box 2 : 5

Reviews, clippings and typescripts, 1940-1980.

Physical Description: 2 folders.

Note

Dances include Billy the Kid.
Box 23OS : 1

Clippings, 1977-1980

Box 24OS

Scrapbook, 1939-1941.

Note

Includes cards, handbills, fan letters, telegrams, programs, photographs (including Loring in William Saroyan's The Beautiful People on Broadway) and clippings of reviews and publicity. Dances include Billy the Kid and The Great American Goof.
Box 2 : 6-9

Souvenir programs

Box 2 : 6

1941-1946.

Note

1941 season program contains the essay "A Heritage for Ballet in America" by Loring. Dances include Billy the Kid and The Great American Goof.
Box 2 : 7

1947-1951.

Note

Dances include Billy the Kid.
Box 2 : 8

1953-1957.

Note

Dances include Billy the Kid, The Capital of the World, and The Great American Goof.
Box 2 : 9

1960-1976.

Note

Dances include Billy the Kid.
Box 2 : 10

Telegrams to Loring, 1953

Box 3 : 1-2

Ballet West

Box 3 : 1

Billy the Kid, cast list, clippings of reviews, and programs, 1979-1980

Box 23OS : 1

Clippings of reviews, 1979

Box 3 : 2

Company information, 1969-1980

Box 3 : 3

Brigham Young University, Sand in Their Shoes, performance photographs, 1959

Box 3 : 4

Dayton Ballet Company, Billy the Kid, programs, publicity, and clippings of reviews, 1976

Box 23OS : 1

Clipping, 1975

Box 3 : 5

Joffrey Ballet, These Three, review, 1966

Box 23OS : 1

Los Angeles Dance Theater, Billy the Kid, feature story clipping, 1972

Box 3 : 6

Michigan Opera Theatre, The Tender Land, clippings, drawing, photograph of Loring with Aaron Copland, program, and publicity, 1978

Box 23OS : 1

Clipping of review, 1978

Box 3 : 7-14

Oakland Ballet

Box 3 : 7-10

Billy the Kid

Box 3 : 7

Billy the Kid Museum (Lincoln County, New Mexico) souvenirs, 1978 and undated

Box 3 : 8

Clippings of reviews and programs, 1975-1978

Box 3 : 9

Photographs, 1976-1977

Box 3 : 10

Photographs of Billy the Kid reunion and Walter Terry lecture with Alicia Markova and Anton Dolin, 1977 and undated

Box 23OS : 1

Clippings of feature stories and reviews, 1976-1978

Box 3 : 11

Correspondence, 1976-1979 and undated

Box 3 : 12

The Sisters, clippings of reviews, photographs, program, and publicity, 1977

Box 3 : 13

The Tender Land, clippings of reviews, photographs, and program, 1978-1979

Box 3 : 14

Time Unto Time, clippings of reviews and program, 1980

Box 3 : 15-16

San Diego Ballet, The Sisters

Box 23OS : 1

Clippings of feature stories and reviews, 1966

Box 3 : 15

Performance at Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival, programs and review, 1966

Box 3 : 16

Photographs (including Loring rehearsing cast), program, and staging sketch, 1966

Box 3 : 17

San Francisco Opera Ballet, programs for various operas Loring choreographed, 1958

Box 3 : 18

Santa Monica Ballet, The Legend of the Handsome Stranger, clippings of reviews, photographs, and program, 1954

 

Subseries 3.2.  Musical theater and other choreography, 1933-1979.

Physical Description: 2 linear ft.

Subseries Scope and Content Summary

This subseries documents Eugene Loring's choreography for Broadway, film, television, and light opera. The subseries is arranged alphabetically by medium or name of company with which Loring was collaborating, and then topically.
Box 3 : 19-20

Broadway productions

Box 3 : 19

Carmen Jones, programs and clipping of feature story, 1943

Box 23OS : 1

Clippings of two-part feature story, 1943

Box 3 : 20

Silk Stockings, programs and telegrams from Cole Porter, Richard Rodgers, and Oscar Hammerstein, 1954-1955

Box 7 : 1 - 8 : 8

Film

Box 7 : 1 - 8 : 5

The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T

Box 7 : 1 - 8 : 2

Animation sketchbooks by Dr. Seuss, photocopies, ca. 1951.

Physical Description: 6 folders.
Box 8 : 3

Clipping, 1979

Box 8 : 4

Photographs, 1953

Box 8 : 5

Screenplay by Dr. Seuss, revised second draft, 1951

Box 8 : 6

Buttro Square, Fiesta, Mark of the Renegade, and Story of a Dancer, publicity and rehearsal photographs and clipping, 1947-1951 and undated

Box 8 : 7

Clippings concerning Loring in Hollywood, 1943

Box 23OS : 1

Clippings concerning Yolanda and the Thief and Audrey Hepburn, including photograph of Hepburn at the barre with Loring, 1976 and undated

Box 8 : 8

The Toast of New Orleans, Yolanda and the Thief, and Ziegfield Follies, photographs, 1944-1950

Box 3 : 21-22

Loras Players (Loras College, Dubuque, Iowa). Dancers participating in these productions were from Dance Players, a performing group from the American School of Dance, which Loring ran.

Box 3 : 21

Finian's Rainbow, performance photographs, program, clippings of reviews, and telegram, 1955

Box 23OS : 1

Clipping of feature story, 1955

Box 3 : 22

Oklahoma, photographs and Annie Get Your Gun, publicity, 1956-1961

Box 4 : 1 - 6 : 3

Los Angeles Civic Light Opera

Box 4 : 1

The Great Waltz, programs, portrait photograph of Loring, clipping of feature story, and telegrams, 1949-1965

Box 4 : 2

Kismet, clippings of publicity and reviews, 1953

Box 4 : 3

Kiss Me Kate, rehearsal photograph with Loring, 1964

Box 4 : 4-5

Librettos

Box 4 : 4

The Desert Song and Kiss Me Kate, undated

Box 4 : 5

Little Mary Sunshine and West Side Story, 1960-1966

Box 4 : 6 - 5 : 7

Music scores

Box 4 : 6

Carousel, 1945

Box 4 : 7

Kismet, 1955

Box 4 : 8

Kiss Me Kate, 1951

Box 14 : 3

Conductor's scores, 1964

Box 5 : 1

Little Mary Sunshine, 1959

Box 5 : 2

Music in the Air, 1933

Box 5 : 3

The Music Man, 1958

Box 5 : 4

The Pajama Game, 1955

Box 5 : 5

Plain and Fancy, 1956

Box 5 : 6

Oklahoma, 1943

Box 5 : 7

West Side Story, 1959

Box 5 : 8

Of All Things and The Student Prince, programs, 1950-1966

Box 6 : 1-2

Song books, words and music to popular songs from ca. 1900-ca. 1950, undated.

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box 6 : 3

Three Wishes for Jamie, program, publicity, and scrapbook of clippings, 1951-1952

Box 6 : 4-6

Television

Box 6 : 4

Academy Awards best song nominees list and program, and Cavalcade of Books photograph, 1953-1966.

Note

Loring choreographed the 1966 Academy Awards production.
Box 6 : 5

Dance in America, public television production of Billy the Kid, rehearsal photographs and clipping, 1976-1978

Box 6 : 6

Omnibus production of Billy the Kid for television, annotated draft typescript and publicity, ca. 1953

 

Series 4.  Dance company directorships, 1941-1973.

Physical Description: 3.3 linear ft.

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series contains photographs, programs, and scrapbooks documenting Loring's directorship of two major dance companies, Dance Players and the Los Angeles Dance Theater. The series is arranged alphabetically by the name of the company and then topically within each company.

Access

Scrapbooks are extremely fragile and must be used under close supervision of a Special Collections staff member.
Box 6 : 7-14, 15 : 2 - 16 : 1

Dance Players

Box 6 : 7

Costume sketch photographs and event programs, 1942 and undated.

Note

Dances include Billy the Kid, The Duke of Sacramento, Harlequin for President, and The Man from Midian.
Box 23OS : 2

Costume sketches and fabric samples for Billy the Kid, ca. 1942

Box 6 : 8-10, 15 : 2 - 16 : 1

Performance and rehearsal photographs, all dances choreographed by Loring

Box 6 : 8, 15 : 2-3

Billy the Kid, ca. 1942.

Physical Description: 3 folders.

Note

Features Loring dancing the role of Billy.
Box 15 : 4

The Duke of Sacramento, 1942

Box 6 : 9, 15 : 5-6

Harlequin for President, ca. 1942.

Physical Description: 3 folders.
Box 6 : 10, 15 : 7

The Man from Midian, ca. 1942.

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box 16 : 1

Prairie, ca. 1942

Box 6 : 11

Portrait photographs of company members, undated. Includes Lew Christensen, Bettina Dearborn, Freda Flier, Arlene Garver, Mary Howard, Bobbie Howell, Michael Kidd, Erik Kristen, Betty Leighton, Eugene Loring, Janet Reed, Zachary Carlson Solov, Eileen Whitson, and Anne Wilson.

Box 6 : 12

Publicity photographs taken at the company's summer residence in New Hope, Pennsylvania, 1942

Box 23OS : 3

Publicity poster, 1942

Box 6 : 13

Rehearsal photographs, undated

Box 6 : 14

Roster, "The Original Dance Players," undated

Box 25OS

Scrapbooks, 1941-1942.

Physical Description: 2 scrapbooks.

Note

Include clippings, programs, and a poster.
Box 9 : 1-6, 16 : 2

Los Angeles Dance Theater

Box 9 : 1

Clippings of reviews and feature stories, 1970-1973

Box 9 : 2

Company sponsorship information, 1970-1971

Box 9 : 3-4

Junior company, The Dance Players

Box 9 : 3

Class and performance photographs, undated

Box 9 : 4

Dance notes and notations, undated

Box 23OS : 4

Publicity poster, undated

Box 9 : 5

Photographs, 1972 and undated.

Note

Dances include Billy the Kid.
Box 16 : 2

Photographs and photomontages, undated.

Note

Dances include Billy the Kid and The Sisters.
Box 9 : 6

Programs, 1970-1971.

Note

Dances include Billy the Kid, The Capital of the World, Folk Dances in a Mythical Country, Prisms, and The Sisters.
Box 23OS : 4

Publicity poster, undated

Box 26OS

Scrapbook of announcements and clippings, 1969-1971

 

Series 5.  American School of Dance, 1947-1971.

Physical Description: 1.9 linear ft.

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series contains photographs, clippings, advertisements, notes, and a scrapbook documenting Loring's directorship of the American School of Dance in Los Angeles and performance activities of the school's student company, especially the lecture/demonstration "Dance as a Language." Also included are a large number of photographs of dancers and dance companies that formed part of the school's study collection. The series is arranged topically.

Access

Scrapbooks are extremely fragile and must be used under close supervision of a Special Collections staff member.
Box 9 : 7

American School of Dance News, 1950

Box 9 : 8-12, 16 : 3

American School of Dance study collection

Box 9 : 8

Clippings, undated.

Note

Includes feature article on Tanaquil LeClercq.
Box 9 : 9

Diaghilev in death, and portraits and performance photographs from Colonel William de Basil's Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, undated.

Physical Description: 75 photographs.

Note

Dancers include Irina Baronova, Andre Eglevsky, Marina Franca, Natalie Krassovska, Alicia Markova, Leonide Massine, Tatiana Riabouchinska, Mia Slavenska, Nini Theilade, and George Zoritch.
Box 9 : 10, 16 : 3

Miscellaneous photographs, undated.

Physical Description: 36 photographs in 2 folders.

Note

Photographs, several autographed, include Alicia Alonso, Patricia Bowman, Yvette Chauvire, Ruth Currier, Ninette de Valois, William Dollar, Paul Draper, Margot Fonteyn, Melissa Hayden, Robert Helpmann, Hanya Holm, Nora Kaye, Ethery Pagaua, Nathalie Philippart, Moira Shearer, Ruth St. Denis, and Igor Youskevitch.
Box 9 : 11

New York City Ballet, undated.

Physical Description: 13 photographs.

Note

Ballets include Age of Anxiety, Allegro Brilliante, Media, Seven Deadly Sins, Stars and Stripes, Swan Lake, and Western Symphony.
Box 9 : 12

Mary Wigman, undated.

Physical Description: 6 photographs.
Box 9 : 13

Clippings on Loring and miscellaneous dance brochures and newsletter, 1954-1970 and undated

Box 9 : 14

Dance class syllabi, undated

Box 9 : 15

Dance Magazine advertisements for the school, 1970

Box 9 : 16-18

Dance Players (student company)

Box 9 : 16

"Dance is a Language" program, programs and other materials, 1955-1961 and undated

Box 9 : 17-18

Performance and rehearsal photographs, 1961 and undated.

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box 10 : 1

Holiday cards, some containing correspondence to Loring, 1947-1953 and undated

Box 10 : 2-3

Methodology notes

Box 10 : 2

Asamyuta and rhythmic movement, undated

Box 10 : 3

Kineseography, undated

Box 10 : 4-6, 16 : 4-5

Photographs

Box 10 : 4

Class instruction, undated

Box 10 : 5

Faculty, undated.

Note

Includes Anna Austin, Madame Azuma, Barbara Bailey Plunk, Barbara Barrie, Selma Jean Cohen, Jack Cole, Margaret Craske, Ernest Flatt, Saida Gerard, Ruth Godfrey, Lotti Goslar, Aaron Guara, Paul Haakon, Mary Jane Hill, Ted Howard, Ruth Lert, Eugene Loring, Olga Lunick, Eleanor Marra, James Penrod, Carl Ratcliff, Bob Regger, Margaret Sales, Geri Salkin, Trudi Schoop, Jack Tygett, Margaret Westberg, and Sallie Whalen.
Box 16 : 4-5

Faculty and students, undated.

Physical Description: 2 folders.

Note

Includes Devi Dja, Frederick Franklin, and Eugene Loring.
Box 10 : 6

Faculty receptions, student groups, and miscellaneous others, undated

Box 10 : 7

Publicity and brochures, 1949-1971

Box 21OS

Scrapbook of clippings, brochures, and publicity, 1948-1955

 

Series 6.  University of California, Irvine (UCI), 1965-1986.

Physical Description: 0.6 linear ft.

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series documents Loring's tenure as chairman of the Dance Department at UCI. The materials--chiefly photographs, clippings, and programs--primarily document performances of Loring's choreography and other student and faculty recitals at UCI. Also included are photographs of Antony Tudor taken while he was a visiting faculty member in the Dance Department. The series is arranged topically.
Box 10 : 8

Clippings regarding Loring, 1965-1979

Box 23OS : 1

Clippings and UC Irvine newspaper issues, 1969-1986 and undated

Box 10 : 9

Correspondence and thank-you cards, 1978-1979 and undated

Box 10 : 10 - 11 : 3

Loring choreography

Box 10 : 10

American Gothic, photographs, 1979

Box 10 : 11

Billy the Kid, photographs, slides, and ephemera, 1976

Box 23OS : 5

Poster, 1976

Box 11 : 1, 17 : 2

Catulli Carmina, photographs, 1969.

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box 11 : 2

The Sisters, photographs, 1978

Box 11 : 3

Unknown production, photographs, undated

Box 11 : 4-5

Loring memorial tribute

Box 11 : 4

Clippings and press release, 1982

Box 11 : 5, 17 : 3

Photographs of Loring and his ballets, undated.

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box 11 : 6

Loring teaching class, photographs, undated

Box 11 : 7

Oakland Ballet tribute to Loring at UC Irvine, autographed program and poster, 1981

Box 23OS : 5

Poster for faculty dance concert, 1978

Box 11 : 8

Programs for faculty and MFA student dance concerts, 1975-1979 and undated

Box 11 : 9

Visiting faculty, photographs of an Antony Tudor ballet and of Tudor teaching, undated

 

Series 7.  Biographical files, ca. 1930-1979.

Physical Description: 0.5 linear ft.

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series is comprised of materials such as magazine articles, photographs, and an oral history transcript, which document Loring's career as a dancer and choreographer. The series is arranged topically.
Box 11 : 10-12

Magazine articles about Loring

Box 11 : 10

1942-1962

Box 11 : 11

1966-1968

Box 11 : 12

1973-1979

Box 12 : 1-2

New York Public Library Dance Collection, transcript of oral history interview of Loring by Marilyn Hunt, 1975-1976.

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box 12 : 3

Photographs, miscellaneous, 1955 and undated

Box 12 : 4-5, 17 : 1

Portrait photographs of Loring

Box 12 : 4

ca. 1930-ca. 1950

Box 17 : 1

ca. 1950-ca. 1970

Box 12 : 5

ca. 1970s

Box 12 : 6

Theater productions, 1962 and undated

 

Series 8.  Clugston and Maudlin dance scrapbooks, 1936-1947.

Physical Description: 3 linear ft.

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series consists of scrapbooks that were not compiled by Eugene Loring and the provenance of which is not entirely clear. The H.N. Clugston scrapbook contains clippings concerning the Ballet Russe from British periodicals and newspapers from 1938-1940. The clippings were supplied by Durant's Press Cuttings service of London. The clippings in the scrapbook are supplemented by additional loose clippings that were never mounted in the scrapbook. The remaining five scrapbooks belonged to Mary Ann Maudlin, who was the goddaughter of the Russian ballerina Alexandria Danilova and a chorus dancer in Three Wishes for Jamie, a musical choreographed by Loring for the Los Angeles Civic Light Opera. These scrapbooks contain photographs, programs, clippings, and ephemera chiefly concerning the Russian ballet. Many of the photographs are autographed. The original order of the materials within the scrapbooks has been maintained, except in those places where items have come loose from the scrapbook pages.

Access

Scrapbooks are extremely fragile and must be used under close supervision of a Special Collections staff member.
Box 20OS

Clugston, H. N., scrapbook, 1938-1940.

Note

Scrapbook contain clippings concerning the Russian ballet from English periodicals such as Bystander, Picture Post, and Sketch.
Box 12 : 7

Loose clippings not inserted in scrapbook, 1937-1940 and undated

Box 18OS-20OS

Maudlin, Mildred Ann.

Note

Scrapbooks contain clippings from newspapers and magazines, pamphlets, programs, correspondence, and photographs, many autographed. Scrapbooks mainly document the Russian ballet during the mid-20th century, but also contain articles on many other kinds of dance. Dancers include Irina Baronova, Natalie Krassovska, David Lichine, Leonide Massine, Anna Pavlova, Paul Petroff, Janet Reed, Tatiana Riabouchinska, Mia Slavenska, Tamara Toumanova, Vera Zorina, and others.
Box 18OS

No. 1, 1936-1941 and undated

Box 18OS

No. 2, 1938-1941 and undated

Box 19OS

No. 3, 1937-1947 and undated

Box 19OS

No. 4, 1940-1941 and undated

Box 20OS

No. 5, 1936-1940 and undated

 

Series 9.  Topical files, 1932-1977.

Physical Description: 0.7 linear ft.

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series includes miscellaneous photographs, clippings, and other materials concerning dancers and dance companies that were collected by Loring during his lifetime. Some of the photographs are autographed to H.N. Clugston (see scrapbook in Series 8), and it is unclear how these came to be in Loring's papers. The series is arranged topically.
Box 12 : 8-12

Dance companies

Box 12 : 8

Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo

Box 23OS : 7

Clippings, publicity, and service call sheets, 1937-1943

Box 12 : 8

Photographs, undated.

Note

Dances include Gaite Parisiènne, Ghost Town, The Nutcracker, Polka Game, and Scheherazade.
Box 12 : 9

Cabaret Concerts Company, photographs, undated

Box 12 : 10

Coronet Ballet Company

Box 12 : 10

Photographs, programs, and publicity, 1951 and undated.

Note

Dancers include Joan Collenette and Lila Zali, with director and choreographer Lasar Galpern.
Box 23OS : 8

Poster, undated

Box 12 : 11

Lester Horton Dance Theater, photographs, undated.

Note

Dancers include Carmen de Lavallade, Vida Solomon, and James Truitte.
Box 12 : 12

San Francisco Ballet, photographs, undated.

Note

Dancers include Ruby Asquith, Carolyn George, Elena Maz, Peter Nelson, Lois Treadwell, and Jocelyn Vollmar.
Box 12 : 13, 33OS : 6

Dance periodicals not containing articles about Loring, 1932-1975.

Physical Description: 2 folders.

Note

Includes scattered issues of The American Dancer, Ballet Dancer, Dance, Dance News, The Stage, and Style en France.
Box 12 : 14

Dance sequences in film musicals, photographs, and Tales of Hoffman, program and cast list, 1951 and undated.

Note

Includes among others Leslie Caron, Marge Champion, Gene Kelley, Janet Leigh, Gene Nelson, and Debbie Reynolds.
Box 13 : 1

Federal Theatre Project, programs, 1938 and undated

Box 13 : 2-9

Individual dancers

Box 13 : 2-3

A-C

Box 13 : 2

Collins, Janet. Programs, publicity, and clippings, 1949-1951 and undated

Box 23OS : 8

Cunningham, Merce. Clippings, 1977

Box 13 : 3

Photographs, undated.

Note

Includes Diana Adams, Alicia Alonso, Haruyo Azuma, Jean Babilée, Irina Baronova, Herbert Bliss, John Butler, Gisella Caccialanza, Yvette Chauviré, Yvonne Chouteau, and Lew Christensen.
Box 13 : 4

D-G, photographs, undated.

Note

Includes Fred Danieli, Norman Dello Joio, Devi Dja, Anatal Dorati, Freda Flier, Frederick Franklin, and Lotte Goslar.
Box 13 : 5

H-K, photographs, undated.

Note

Includes Paul Haakon, Bernice Holmes (autographed), Alba Kavan, Michael Kidd, John Krisa, and Efrem Kurtz (autographed).
Box 13 : 6

L, photographs, undated.

Note

Includes Tanaquil Le Clerq, Zoya Leporska, Bella Lewitzky, David Lichine (autographed), Serge Lifar, and José Limón.
Box 13 : 7

M-R, photographs, undated.

Note

Includes Alicia Markova, Milada Mladova, Michael Mordikin (autographed), Mary Ellen Moylan, Bronislava Nijinska, Nina Novak, Keith Page, Marie Jeanne Pelus, Janet Reed, Janice Roman, Lubov Rostova, and Lubov Roudenko.
Box 13 : 8

S, photographs, undated.

Note

Includes Ruth St. Denis, Trudi Schoop, Roman Segana, Uday Shankar, Mia Slavenska, Igor Stravinsky (autographed), Olga Suarez, and Sujata.
Box 13 : 9

T-Z, photographs, undated.

Note

Includes Maria Tallchief, John Taras, Gertrude Tyven, Eileen Whitson, Ethyl Winters, Igor Youskevitch, and Vera Zorina (autographed).
Box 23OS : 8

Maynard, Olga. "The Male Dancer," San Diego Union clipping, 1966

Box 13 : 10

Watercolor sketches of dancers and a stage set, undated