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Detroit (Mich.)

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Detroit Recreation Department Dance Program: Shirley Harbin Records

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Identifier: UR001618
Abstract The Detroit Recreation Department has had a long and storied history of mergers, re-naming, re-organizing, and re-structuring. Growing out of once separate Parks and Recreation Commissions, its history has long included a Recreation Division which administered a dance program as part of its Special Activities Unit. Shirley Harbin was hired in 1963 as a Senior Recreation Instructor in Drama, and by 1971, she was the Senior Recreation Instructor in Dramatics and Music. At the time Harbin was with...

Michigan Dance Archives: Harriet Berg Papers

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Identifier: UP001608
Abstract Harriet Berg (born 1924) was a choreographer, teacher, performer, and arts advocate in the Detroit area for many decades. Her papers reflect her interests in all aspects of dance and other performing and fine arts, including material on a wide variety of dance companies and individual dancers, local, national and international. Some of the papers reflect her personal life as well as that of her family members. Part 1 includes materials on many aspects of dance and other performing and fine...

Michigan Dance Archives: Leslie O'Day Benyo Papers

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Identifier: UP002453
Abstract Leslie O'Day Benyo was the owner and artistic director of the O’Day School of Dance in Detroit from 1982 to 2010. A ballet student and performer from 1958 to 1998, O'Day Benyo has taught at various schools and special events in the Detroit area since 1973. She was also a member of the Cecchetti Council of America, an organization dedicated to teaching standards for ballet. These papers include dance programs, photos of dancers, newsletters, emails, souvenir booklets, clippings, certificates,...