Series - Sofia Girls' Tour

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Sofia Girls' Tour

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  • 1952-1958 (Creation)

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18 cm textual records, 37 photographs, 3 wood print blocks

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Series consists of correspondence about planning for, posters and other promotional materials about, and photographs of the Sofia Girls’ Rhythmic Gymnastics Team’s tour of Canada in 1956-1957, which Matthew Lindfors was partially responsible for coordinating. The Sofia Girls’ Team were a gymnastics group from Stockholm, Sweden. The group was founded and led by Maja Carlquist, who developed the distinct style of rhythmic gymnastics performed by the Sofia Girls. Contents include: posters, pamphlets, photographs of events and head-shots of the team members, a Swedish Canadian Club book about the tour, and three wooden printing blocks of photographs of the team members performing.

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