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Dorothy Alexander, née Dorothea Sydney Moses, (born April 22, 1904, Atlanta, Ga., U.S.—died Nov. 17, 1986, Atlanta), American ballet dancer and choreographer, founder of the Atlanta Ballet, and pioneer of the regional ballet movement. Alexander began dancing after recovering from a childhood attack of osteomyelitis.
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Atlanta Ballet was founded over eight decades ago by dance visionary Dorothy Moses Alexander (1904-1986). Miss Dorothy had a dream of bringing quality ballet to the Atlanta community. The result was the Dorothy Alexander Dance Concert Group - the first step in the regional ballet movement that swept the nation.
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Dorothy Alexander is a writer and creative writing tutor living in the south of Scotland with an interest in experimental poetry and fiction in English and Scots.
photographs of poets, writers, architects, architecture; New York City streets, people, subway, food; landscapes, flowers.
A Guide to the Dorothy Alexander Architectural Collection, 1934-1994: #Ms2008- 089 Alexander, Dorothy Baxter International Archive of Women in Architecture ( IAWA) Dorothy Alexander was educated at the McGill University Architectural School in Montreal. She worked for several firms including Wurster, Bernardi, and ...
Feb 6, 2018 ... Obituary for Dorothy Alexander, Dorothy Partridge Alexander, age 92, born February 13, 1925, a native of and lifelong resident of Mobile, Alabama, died January 31, 2018. Dorothy graduated from the Visitation Academy in Mobile in.