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  • Angela Ingram

    (1947) Ricky Babbit and Lucy Simms dancing the Lindy at the Savoy Ballroom in New York. Swinging at the Savoy The ballroom between the 1920's and 30s was probably the best way for people from all walks of life to meet each other socially without the tight constraints of a chaperone. The Savoy in Harlem NY which ran between 1926 - 1958 was also the first to let white and black Americans dance together.

  • J. Van Dorpe

    Savoy Ballroom Dancers, Harlem NY. 1930s-40s

  • Lily Lockhart

    Swing Dance

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