Static on Tape; High Amount of Hiss on Tape; High Background Noise on Tape; Program Distorted at Times; High Amount of Hum on Tape.
Ruth St. Denis reads from her early journals
Ruth St. Denis Papers
Ruth St. Denis (1879-1968) was a pioneer of modern dance. Along with Ted Shawn, her husband, she founded the Denishawn dance company which had a studio in Hollywood. These Audio tapes record St. Denis reflecting on her life, performances, and remarkable career.
Notes on original container: Tape 1 - Miss Ruth - Poems written in Douglas Aircraft Plant - speed 3 3/4 Freedom Adelphi College, Dr. Eddy. Miss Ruth reads rom her journal-book no. 16
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