Hello the list, after so long… Doing a play (“Camping with Henry and Tom”) where the character Henry Ford refers to two dances: The Ripple and The Newport. A quick Google doesn’t yiield anything. Did the playwright just make up these dance names, or were they real dances around 1920? I’d very much like to hear from any reenactor who has danced one or both, or even heard of one or both.
Any help appreciated! —Ruth Anne Baumgartner > On Jun 9, 2016, at 11:14 PM, Christine Robb <c-c...@conundrums.ca> wrote: > > (Retrying - originally sent May 30 but it failed to be delivered) > > Best website with a couple of pictures: > http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/kitchener-waterloo/guelph-museum-lady-duff-gordon-lucile-1.3566150 > > Heard about this exhibit on the radio today. There's a longer call-in > radio show here: http://www.cbc.ca/ontariotoday/episodes/ "For the > love of Lucille" with people calling in to share stories about > clothing that was personal to them in some way, and with some > additional content about the exhibition, but the 5 minute clip on the > first link is probably more informative about the exhibit. > > Runs May 7 - November 13, 2016 > http://guelphmuseums.ca/event/lucile-fashion-titanic-scandal/ > > Christine > _______________________________________________ > h-costume mailing list > email@example.com > http://mail.indra.com/mailman/listinfo/h-costume _______________________________________________ h-costume mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://mail.indra.com/mailman/listinfo/h-costume