Charleston Dancers in Fringed Skirts Wearing Rhinestone-Trimmed Pumps and Strapped Sandals
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The Steps and Story of the 1920s Dance Craze the Charleston
The Charleston dance became popular in Canada after appearing along with the song, "The Charleston," by James P. Johnson in the Broadway musical Runnin' Wild in 1923. Although the origins of the dance are obscure, the dance has been traced back to blacks who lived on an island off the coast of Charleston, South Carolina (which is why the dance is called "Charleston").
Evening dress by Chanel, worn by Marion Morehouse (wife of E E Cummings), 1926 France, Kent State