Dancers at Trümpy dance school

Alfred Eisenstaedt :: Costumed dancers at Truempy Dance School looking at themselves in studio mirror, Berlin, 1930, for Life Magazine. | src Google Arts & Culture
Alfred Eisenstaedt :: Dancers at Truempy Dance School, Berlin, 1930-1931. | src Google Arts & Culture
Alfred Eisenstaedt :: First lesson at Truempy dance school, Berlin, 1930, printed in 1995. | src Sotheby’s

Marche Fúnebre, 1921

A moment from the dance Marche Fúnebre (Moscow, 1921), choreographed by Kasjan Goleizovsky, music by Nikolai Medtner, photograph by Daniil Demutsky. Depicted: K. Kuznetsova, Tat’iana Miroslavskaia, and L. Gai. From: Nicoletta Misler: The Russian Art of Movement 1920-1930, page 211. | src Karl Toepfer

Dancers in Persian costumes

Edward J. Steichen :: Dancers in costume for the Persian Fete benefit for the Big Sisters charity. Published in Vogue, February 15th, 1925. | src Condé Nast

Aliz Madzsar dancers, 1920s

Táncosnők, Madzsar Alíz (Madzsar Józsefné Jászi Alice) hagyatékából, 1920-as évek | Dancers from the legacy of Alice Madzsar (Alice Jászi), 1920s | src Kassák Múzeum Budapest | further information on Madzsar’s work here

Cambodian dancers, 1923

Les premières Danseuses du Roi du Cambodgeau Palais-Royal, à Phnom-Penh. Rêverie sur les danseuses cambodgiennes, La Danse Sacrée. La Danse n.38, novembre 1923. | src CND ~ Médiathèque

Elizabeth Duncan dancers (probably)

Arnold Genthe :: Unidentified dancers, possibly Elizabeth Duncan dancers, 1911-1942. Nitrate negative. | src Library of Congress
Arnold Genthe :: Unidentified dancers, possibly Elizabeth Duncan dancers, 1911-1942. Nitrate negative. | src Library of Congres

At the Kiddies Ball, ca. 1925

Arthur F. Kales :: At the Kiddies Ball, about 1925. Gelatin silver print. Verso: inscribed in blue fountain pen ink, at lower center edge: “INEZ STRYKER IN FOREGROUND (LATER MRS. KALES)”. | src The J. Paul Getty Museum