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"Virginia Reel" folk dances, Van Cort't Park Van Cortlandt Park, New York

"Virginia Reel" folk dances, Van Cort't Park [Van Cortlandt Park, New York]

Ninth grade dancing Virginia reel at May Day-Health Day festivities. Ashwood Plantations, South Carolina

Ninth grade dancing Virginia reel at May Day-Health Day festivities. Ashwood Plantations, South Carolina

Arlington, Virginia. Dancing the Virginia reel at a bi-weekly Saturday night "open house" dance at Idaho Hall, Arlington Farms, a residence for women who work for the government for the duration of the war

Arlington, Virginia. Dancing the Virginia reel at a bi-weekly Saturday night "open house" dance at Idaho Hall, Arlington Farms, a residence for women who work for the government for the duration of the war

The Virginia reel arranged for the piano forte

The Virginia reel arranged for the piano forte

Virginia reel, with variations, op. 670

Virginia reel, with variations, op. 670

Virginia reel, with variations, op. 670

Virginia reel, with variations, op. 670

Portland fancy [and] Virginia reel

Portland fancy [and] Virginia reel

Portland fancy [and] Virginia reel

Portland fancy [and] Virginia reel

Portland fancy [and] Virginia reel

Portland fancy [and] Virginia reel

Portland fancy [and] Virginia reel

Portland fancy [and] Virginia reel

Portland fancy [and] Virginia reel

Portland fancy [and] Virginia reel

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