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Square Dance Clubs, Texas Style

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Square Dance Clubs, Texas Style

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This is a detailed description of the organizational plan of the Sally Goodin square dance club of Houston, Texas, which followed a common Texas model at the time:

"Most of the square dancing is done in square dance clubs organized solely for this purpose, conducted entirely by the members, and with no profit except to the orchestra and in some cases the owners of the hall. Public square dances solely for profit are rare. The calling is, in most clubs, done by members—whose dues are the same as other members. There are few professional callers. The Sally Goodin square dance club of Houston, Texas is a very successful and active club of this type."

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American Squares, Vol. 6 #8

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April 1951

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