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American Dance Symposia records

Call Number: RH MS 959

Elizabeth Sherbon was a professor of dance at the University of Kansas and co-founder of the American Dance Symposia. This collection consists mainly of files and photos related to the Symposia, which took place in Wichita, Kansas during the summers 1968-1972. Also included in the collection are Alice Sherbon Bauman's personal papers and family photos.

Dates: 1900 - 1989

Armitage Foundation records

Call Number: RH MS 685

The Armitage Gone! Dance modern dance company was founded by Lawrence, Kansas, native Karole Armitage in 1979. The Armitage Foundation was established in 1985 to oversee the work of Armitage and the dance company. This collection contains budget reports, correspondence, reviews, and other materials related to both the foundation and company.

Dates: 1982 - 1993

Personal papers of Janet Hamburg

Call Number: PP 516

Janet Hamburg joined the Kansas University faculty in 1979 as a professor in the Department of Dance. This collection includes course-related materials, correspondence, audiovisual materials, professional service and research documents, and publication papers, spanning Hamburg's career working with dancers, athletes, and individuals with Parkinson's disease.

Dates: 1960s-2011 (bulk 1980s-2000s)

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