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Fri Mar 21 17:04:33 2014 UTClccn-no920169230.00Kent family papers : series V : generation IV,0.441.00Folk dancing11873908Elizabeth_Burchenalno 920169233204922Burchenal, Elizabeth, 1877-lccn-no92016924Burchenal, Emma Howellsarredtlccn-no92016456Crampton, C. Ward(Charles Ward)1877-1964arrlccn-nr2003028506Lang, J. M.nc-american physical education association$national committee on womens athleticsAmerican Physical Education AssociationNational Committee on Women's Athleticsnc-public schools athletic league new york n y$girls branchPublic Schools Athletic League (New York, N.Y.).Girls' Branchlccn-n92076786Victor Military Bandprfviaf-306423434Victor Bandprfnp-roessing, frank m$mrsRoessing, Frank M.Mrslccn-n2003090302American Folk Dance Societylccn-n84183230Sousa BandprfBurchenal, Elizabeth1877-1959Folk dance musicFolk dancingSinging gamesUnited StatesCountry-dances (Music)GermanyFolk dancing, GermanSongs with pianoFinlandFolk dancing, DanishDenmarkGamesIrelandDanceFolk dancing, FinnishDance musicPiano musicFolk dancing, IrishBurchenal, Elizabeth,Square dancingFolklore and historyCemeteriesHollis familyManners and customsMcCormick, Ada PPhi Beta KappaReal propertyKent, Louise Andrews,Kent, Ira Rich,Folk artAuthors, AmericanSimmons College (Boston, Mass.)Voyages and travelsTufts CollegeMassachusetts--BrooklineWorld War (1914-1918)Houghton Mifflin CompanyFolkloristsVermont--CalaisRound dancingVermont--HardwickFrost, Robert,Publishers and publishingMassachusetts--BostonEdgerly familyMassachusettsVermontAmes, Charles LesleyPerry Mason & CoKent family18771959190819091910191119121913191519181919192019221924192519261927192819291933193419351937193819401942194319451950195419612987129236793.31GV1743ocn001845608ocn002461904ocn000758558ocn001488826ocn002064047ocn003948076ocn003301811ocn007001179ocn066896551ocn005690701ocn002461904ocn000758558ocn569725727ocn678861134ocn778421470ocn001223716ocn012955070ocn029684131ocn012955036ocn707689912ocn867914560ocn800433529ocn800432729ocn800432739ocn277021013ocn277020996ocn277021012ocn277020992ocn301883096ocn301882945ocn277021001ocn2770210673134ocn000968399score19450.47Burchenal, ElizabethAmerican country-dances2949ocn001845608score19090.50Burchenal, ElizabethFolk-dances and singing games; twenty-six folk-dances of Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Russia, Bohemia, Hungary, Italy, England, Scotland and Ireland2542ocn001488826score19330.33Burchenal, ElizabethFolk-dances and singing games : twenty-six folk-dances of the United States, Denmark, Sweden, Russia, Hungary, Finland, Italy, Czecho-Slovakia, England, and Scotland2094ocn002461904score19150.59Folk-dances of Denmark : containing seventy-three dances1906ocn034952794book19090.31Burchenal, ElizabethFolk-dances and singing games : twenty-six folk-dances of the United States, Denmark, Sweden, Russia, Hungary, Finland, Italy, Czecho-Slovakia, England, and Scotland : with the music, full directions for performance, and numerous illustrations1894ocn000758558score19150.59Folk-dances of Finland; containing sixty-five dances1734ocn005030640book19380.53Burchenal, ElizabethFolk-dances of Germany, containing twenty-nine dances and singing games14011ocn002064047book19240.59Burchenal, ElizabethRinnce na Eirann, National dances of Ireland, containing twenty-five traditional Irish dances collected from original sources in Ireland by J.M. Lang ... and national dance music including an original composition by Arthur Darley. With full directions for performance and numerous illustrations and diagrams1222ocn009599429book19130.32Burchenal, ElizabethDances of the people : a second volume of Folk-dances and singing games ; containing twenty-eight folk-dances of the United States, Ireland, England, Scotland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Germany, and Switzerland ; with the music, full directions for performance, and numerous illustrations1196ocn001327091score19220.28Burchenal, ElizabethFolk-dances from old homelands: a third volume of folk-dances and singing games, containing thirty-three folk-dances, from Belgium, Czecho-Slovakia1132ocn001547486book19340.27Burchenal, ElizabethDances of the people : a second volume of Folk-dances and singing games; containing twenty-eight folk-dances of the United States, Ireland, England, Scotland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Germany, and Switzerland; with the music, full directions for performance and munerous illustrations1068ocn015021113book19090.07Burchenal, ElizabethFolk-dances and singing games906ocn001223716score19080.47Burchenal, ElizabethFolk-dance music; a collection of seventy-six characteristic dances of the people of various nations644ocn003301811score19290.47Burchenal, ElizabethRinnce na Eirann = National dances of Ireland : containing twenty-five traditional Irish dances collected from original sources in Ireland by J.M. Lang ... with full directions for performance and numerous illustrations and diagrams611ocn019072577book19220.27Burchenal, ElizabethFolk-dances from old homelands; a third volume of folk-dances and singing games containing 33 folk-dances442ocn015112136book19090.31Burchenal, ElizabethFolk-dances and singing games; twenty-six folk-dances of Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Russia, Bohemia, Hungary, Italy, England, Scotland and Ireland416ocn066896551book19180.73Burchenal, ElizabethAmerican country-dances4013ocn034284373book19090.27Burchenal, ElizabethFolk-dances and singing games. Twenty-six folk-dances of the United States, Denmark, Sweden, Russia, Hungary, Finland, Italy, Czecho -Slovakia, England, and Scotland, with the music, full directions for performance, and numerous illus347ocn004636930book19220.73Burchenal, ElizabethFolk-dancing as a popular recreation303ocn060366473book19150.90Burchenal, ElizabethFolk-dances of Finland : containing sixty-five dances21ocn024368893book19401.00Folk dancingHistory21ocn009932826book19181.00The victrola in physical education, recreation and playPhotographs11ocn318357799art19350.10Burchenal, Elizabeth: folk artsBiography11ocn726871219mixKent familyKent family papers : series V : generation IVHistoryPhotographsSourcesThis series also contains the personal papers of Louise Andrews Kent. These include materials from all periods of Lulie Kent's life in the form of school papers, memorabilia, notebooks, original designs and sketches, financal information, and Calais area-related materials concerning the Kent Tavern, the Old West Church, the Adamant Music School, and the Vermont Folk Festival. There are many cartons of letters to Lulie Kent from family members, friends, and fans. Correspondence with some of Lulie Kent's close friends, including Charles Lesley Ames, Elizabeth H. Burchenal, Ada Peirce McCormick, Helvetia Perkins, Marguerite Ridgely, and Leila Tuckerman, has been isolated and placed into separate folders. Lulie Kent had frequent correspondence with other long-time friends as well, which is filed throughout the "correspondence with others" folders. Also in her correspondance are letters from artists Bessie Drennan and Gayleen Aiken. There are also photographs saved (and many taken) by Lulie Kent which document her family and the Hollisters, places in Calais, trips, friends, and local Vermont events. Of particular interest are photographs of Robert Frost speaking at Goddard College (Plainfield, Vt.) in 1940; of the former Edgerly residence on Ironbound Island, Maine; and of the setting of the first pole at the Washington Electric Co-op in East Montpelier, Vt. in 1939; and of the original brick Hardwick Savings Bank building which still stands near the center of town, minus its turret, today11ocn034873585book19540.47Schaffer, Estelle BroomeThe contributions of Elizabeth Burchenal to folk dancing in the United States11ocn009807600book1.00Burchenal, ElizabethDescriptive leaflet with photograph in Irish costumePhotographs11ocn011527577book19610.10McCulloch, Maretta JA biography of Elizabeth BurchenalBiography11ocn024435691book19431.00Hodgkins, Anne FrancesWho's who among our graduates : Elizabeth Burchenal11ocn650275300rcrd19501.00Burchenal, ElizabethLecture on folk dance[Begins abruptly.] Ted Shawn introduces Elizabeth Burchenal, including her role as a scholar of the folk arts in the U.S. [short gap]; Burchenal speaks about distinguishing the term folk dance from the term popular dance; the four main types of folk dance in the U.S., including the New England types; the types found in certain parts of the Appalachian mountains; the square dance and quadrille tradition; the play party games, that is, folk dances without musical accompaniment; the colonization of the U.S. by the Irish, Scots, and Germans, among others [short gap at the end of track 7 following which the sound quality is briefly very poor]; the Great Revival [the Great Awakening] in 1801 and the play party games; (very briefly) step dancing [from ca. 4 min. into track 8 the sound quality varies; at ca. 1:20 into track 9, the lecture ends abruptly; the rest of the recording is an unrelated radio broadcast]Fri Mar 21 15:42:16 EDT 2014batch19737