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  • Andi

    Fred Astaire with his big sister and first dance partner Adele

  • Miss JJ

    In-depth article from the New York Times about Fred Astaire and his original dancing partner - his sister, Adele.

  • Chelsea

    Random picture to go with the link to the Basic No-Knead Bread Recipe in the NY Times

  • Rena McG

    Fred Astaire and his sister Adele Astaire

  • Nancy Seaver

    Adele and Fred Astaire danced together in the beginning of his career, here in the 1920s

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