• Created Date
  • 1960-1980
  • Publisher
  • Springfield College
  • Description
  • This black-and-white photograph shows four Springfield College gymnasts and/or dancers wearing costumes modeled after Victorian-era clothing. Two of the women are dressed as men. This dance routine was likely a part of the team's Exhibition Shows. The history of gymnastics at Springfield College stretches nearly as far back as the school’s founding in 1885. Leslie Judd, widely considered a father of modern gymnastics, was the team’s first coac... more
    This black-and-white photograph shows four Springfield College gymnasts and/or dancers wearing costumes modeled after Victorian-era clothing. Two of the women are dressed as men. This dance routine was likely a part of the team's Exhibition Shows. The history of gymnastics at Springfield College stretches nearly as far back as the school’s founding in 1885. Leslie Judd, widely considered a father of modern gymnastics, was the team’s first coach. Dr. James Naismith, the creator of basketball, was an early member of the team. less
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  • Photographs
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