Allan Ross Macdougall collection 1922-1956


Allan Ross Macdougall collection 1922-1956

The major portion of the collection is comprised of research materials and drafts for biography of , published in 1960 as and correspondence (1953-1956) regarding his efforts to have the work published. It also includes letters to from concerning the School in Moscow (1928) and its continued devotion to the memory of . Other correspondents include , , , , (typewritten copy), and copies of the original letters found in the Collection of Materials. Mr. Macdougall's Isadora Duncan Mr. Macdougall Irma Duncan Isadora Duncan Isadora Duncan Maria Theresa (Duncan) Rupert Doone Henriette Sauret Ted Shawn Sergei Essenine Isadora Duncan Irma Duncan Isadora Duncan Isadora: a revolutionary in art and love,

67 folders (ca. 250 items


SNAC Resource ID: 6310810

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Duncan, Isadora, 1877-1927 (person)

Isadora Duncan was a dancer and dance teacher who is credited with inventing what came to be known as Modern Dance. From the description of The Isadora Duncan papers. 1904-1927. (University of Utah). WorldCat record id: 191855381 American dancer. From the description of Autograph note signed, dated : [n.p., n.d.], to an unidentified recipient, [n.d.]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270873291 Isadora Duncan (1878-1927) was born 27 May 1878 in San Francisc...

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Macdougall, Allan Ross, 1893-.... (person)

Vincent Sheean was an American journalist, novelist, short-story writer, and essayist. From the guide to the Vincent Sheean collection of papers, 1929]-1973, 1938-1959, (The New York Public Library. Henry W. and Albert A. Berg Collection of English and American Literature.) Allan Ross Macdougall, an American writer born in 1893, lived and worked in Paris in the 1920's His subjects were wide in range, from the performing arts to the decorative arts for the periodical Arts and...

Duncan, Irma (person)

Irma Duncan was born Irma Dorette Ehrich-Grimme on February 26, 1897, in Schleswig-Holstein near Hamburg. Becoming a pupil of Isadora Duncan in January 1905 at her Grunewald School near Berlin, she later, along with five other original pupils, was adopted by Isadora. Her name was legally changed to Irma Duncan in 1917. In 1918 the six formed an independent group known as the Isadora Duncan Dancers. Irma's debut as such occurred at Carnegie Hall on June 27 of that year. ...