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Isadora Duncan Dancers, Ca. 1929.  Martha Graham is sometimes spoken of as the dancer who “discovered the floor” a claim which can also be made for Mary Wigman. But the discovery goes back to Isadora, with her insistence on the force of gravity as part of the dance.

Isadora Duncan Dancers, Ca. 1929. Martha Graham is sometimes spoken of as the dancer who “discovered the floor” a claim which can also be made for Mary Wigman. But the discovery goes back to Isadora, with her insistence on the force of gravity as part of the dance.

1920s English women in color. At the tomb of Thomas Gray near a church in Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire

1920s English women in color. At the tomb of Thomas Gray near a church in Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire

Carolyn Even Gledhill with Nasturiums, 1920 - autochrome by Edwin Gledhill, Canadian-born photographer, 1888 - 1976, pioneered the use of the autochrome process for portraiture.

Carolyn Even Gledhill with Nasturiums, 1920 - autochrome by Edwin Gledhill, Canadian-born photographer, 1888 - 1976, pioneered the use of the autochrome process for portraiture.

Stephen Pegler. George, Rick and Ivy Hunt. 1912. Bassetlaw Museum photographic collection.

Stephen Pegler. George, Rick and Ivy Hunt. 1912. Bassetlaw Museum photographic collection.

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