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One of the activities introduced by Elizabeth Ferm was interpretive dancing. During morning assemblies, "Auntie" played the piano to the accompaniment of girls' dancing. This carefree dancing continued outside of school, as can be seen above (c.1924-25).
From left to right: Vivian Siegel, Eleanor Siegel, Alma Siegel, unknown, and Jeanette Bass