Citation
Louise Campa in Spanish dance costume

Material Information

Title:
Louise Campa in Spanish dance costume
Series Title:
Latinos/Hispanics in Colorado Collection ;
Creator:
Campa, Arthur L.
Publication Date:
Language:
zxx

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Mexican Americans -- Pictorial works -- Colorado ( lcsh )
Mexican Americans -- 1950-1960
Hispanic Americans -- Pictorial works -- Colorado ( lcsh )
Hispanic Americans -- 1950-1960
Dancers -- Pictorial works -- Colorado -- Denver ( lcsh )
Dancers ( lctgm )
Clothing and dress -- Pictorial works -- Colorado -- Denver ( lcsh )
Clothing & dress ( lctgm )
Genre:
Digital images. ( aat )
Digital images. ( gmgpc )
Portrait photographs. ( gmgpc )
Digital images ( aat )
Digital images ( gmgpc )
Portrait photographs ( gmgpc )

Notes

Summary:
Louise Campa, Lucille Campa, a well known dancer and teacher of Mexican, Spanish classical dance and flamenco, poses in a classical style Spanish dance costume. She wears a dark top and a silk scarf decorated with fringe, a full, mid-length, paisley skirt with an apron trimmed with fine, stiff lace, ballet slippers and she holds castanets. Louise Campa was the wife of Professor Arthur L. Campa, Sr., and author, renowned scholar, historian and professor of cultural anthropology.
Additional Physical Form:
Image File:
Funding:
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Funding:
Digitization sponsored by the Library Services and Technology Act and the Center for Colorado & the West at Auraria Library.
System Details:
Digitization sponsored by the Library Services and Technology Act and the Center for Colorado & the West at Auraria Library.
General Note:
Content derived from inventory prepared by Dana EchoHawk.
General Note:
From inventory: "Lucille Campa is shown in a Classical Spanish dance costume. Lucille Campa began her career in Denver as a dance instructor in 1946, teaching initially at the Univ of Denver & after 1950 as a private instructor in her home in SE Denver, where she had a dance studio built in her home on So Madison & East Evans. She formed the first ballet folklorico in Denver, known as the Ballet Español, with students as Lena Archuleta, Patty Roybal, Sandra Santa Cruz, Jeanette Trujillo, & others who went on to become professional artists. She taught throughout the years until the late 1990s, where she continued only with a few students due to her age.
General Note:
Scanned image from loaned collection.
General Note:
Title derived from inventory.

Record Information

Source Institution:
Auraria Library
Holding Location:
Auraria Library
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
664565621 ( OCLC )
AUR-2314
ocn664565621