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By Deborah Turbeville. I tried hard to find a good link for this to go to, so hopefully I'm not too late for just posting this as a picture only.

By Deborah Turbeville. I tried hard to find a good link for this to go to, so hopefully I'm not too late for just posting this as a picture only.

Julie Andrews and Mary Tyler Moore in rehearsal for Thoroughly Modern Millie, 1966

Julie Andrews and Mary Tyler Moore in rehearsal for Thoroughly Modern Millie, 1966

Margaret Morris at the Opening of her Cromwell Road School, London, 1935. Photo by Fred Daniels. The Fergusson Gallery. Morris was a pioneer of modern dance, as well as an accomplished choreographer,...

Margaret Morris at the Opening of her Cromwell Road School, London, 1935. Photo by Fred Daniels. The Fergusson Gallery. Morris was a pioneer of modern dance, as well as an accomplished choreographer,...

Martha Graham, c.1928  http://brooklynfoxlingerie.com/blog/2013/05/fox-of-the-week-martha-graham/

Martha Graham, c.1928 http://brooklynfoxlingerie.com/blog/2013/05/fox-of-the-week-martha-graham/

Martha Graham was an American dancer and choreographer. She is considered the greatest dancer of the twentieth century in the U.S., as well as the "mother" of modern dance

Martha Graham was an American dancer and choreographer. She is considered the greatest dancer of the twentieth century in the U.S., as well as the "mother" of modern dance

Barbara Morgan Martha Graham, c.1925 “This is what I have always believed: We are all artists, and we have had this glorious capacity to create and to shape the world. Man looked around and could not fathom this place on which he had found himself, and so he named things, shaped things, began to understand limits and boundaries and goals. No one grows until a limit has been placed and a goal to move beyond it is allowed.” —Barbara Morgan

Barbara Morgan Martha Graham, c.1925 “This is what I have always believed: We are all artists, and we have had this glorious capacity to create and to shape the world. Man looked around and could not fathom this place on which he had found himself, and so he named things, shaped things, began to understand limits and boundaries and goals. No one grows until a limit has been placed and a goal to move beyond it is allowed.” —Barbara Morgan

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