Spitfire has been on line today, and I'm thinking this might be interesting. Laure' married and moved to Tucson sometime 50/51/52 to manage a studio for Lee Lawless, who owned an AM franchise there. She wrote that, "The Varsiovienna was the popular dance around town, and there were weekly dance contests in Varsiovienna. Lot of pretty variations. Students would come on to take a course in "Put Your Little Foot." " Interesting look at "country" dancing before Urban Cowboy, which is consistent with one or two other preUC books I've looked at. After about 10 months in Tucson, she and her husband Andre' (he took a new name since he was Greek and I guess "George" was less ??? than Andre') were given a franchise in Fresno, Calif. After adding 3 more studios in that part of California, they moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin. To me, that business about Murray giving her a mission to document swing in LA seems more and more a myth.