Voices of the Jazz Era Ballroom

Voices of the Jazz Era Ballroom is a grassroots, web-based oral history project devoted to preserving and passing on the memory of dance in the Jazz era through the lives and words of everyday people. This is your story—please contribute by talking with a parent or grandparent, neighbor, or friend and explore the archive to see how others have shared their stories.

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From the Rosemary Taylor collection

Pomona College, 1944. Recreation in the women's dorms-- a bridge game, a few drinks, a little music, good friends.

From left to right: Nancy Harmon, Rosemary Taylor, Fran St. Clair, Lee Covey

From the Rosemary Taylor collection

Pomona College, 1944. Recreation in the women's dorms-- a bridge game, a few drinks, a little music, good friends.

From left to right: Lee Covey, Rosemary Taylor, Nancy Harmon, Fran St. Clair

From the Rosemary Taylor collection

Pomona College, 1944. Recreation in the women's dorms-- a bridge game, a few drinks, a little music, good friends.

From left to right: Lee Covey, Rosemary Taylor, Fran St. Clair

From the Rosemary Taylor collection

Transcript of Interview with Rosemary Taylor for
Voices of the Jazz Era Ballroom Project

Date: November 26, 2009, Seattle, WA
Interviewer: Kelly C. Porter
Interviewee: Rosemary Taylor of Manhattan Beach, CA
Others present: grandsons Joe and…