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2.18.2. Dance Libraries




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This article is from the Ballet and Modern Dance FAQ, by Tom Parsons twp@panix.com with numerous contributions by others.

2.18.2. Dance Libraries

Among libraries, the best known collection in the United States is
the Dance Collection of the New York Public Library, located at Lincoln
Center. They have an on-line catalog; to access it,
telnet nyplgate.nypl.org
and respond to the login prompt with
nypl
At this writing (Mar., 1996), the on-line catalog is accessible only during
the hours when the library itself is open.

For people on AOL who want to reach the New York Public Library catalog,
Amy Reusch gives this advice:
Go to Dance Links (http://www.dancer.com/dance-links/)
Select Miscellaneous Resources
Somewhere on the Miscellaneous Resources page (I think under
"Research"), there's a link to the Dance Collection. When the
computer asks you for a log-in, enter
nypl

In Washington, D. C., the George Washington University has a Dance
Archive. For an informational brochure, contact
Cheryl A. Chouiniere Phone: (202) 994-7549
Manuscripts Librarian Fax: (202) 994-1340
The Gelman Library
The George Washington University Bitnet: indmss@gwuvm
2130 H Street, NW Internet:
Washington, D. C. 20052 indmss@gwuvm.gwu.edu



 

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