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Looking Back: Aphrodite on the River Banks


Women in a 1923 BYU women's physical education class perfrom the dance drama Aphrodite and Adonis on the banks of the Provo River.
Photo courtesy L. Tom Perry Special Collections, UAP2 F234

In 1923 students from a BYU women’s physical education class perform the dance drama Aphrodite and Adonis on the banks of the Provo River. Their director, Algie Eggertsen Ballif (BA ’18), also taught speech, English, and the Book of Mormon.

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