Footloose, 1920?

A graduate student doing research for her thesis visited the Archives recently.  In pulling her requested records, some County ordinances dating from 1920 were discovered.  These ordinances dictate the appropriate behavior at public dance halls.

“An Ordinance Regulating The Illumination Of, Conduct In, Resorters To, And Keepers Of, Public Dance Halls”

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Source: Salt Lake County Commission, Ordinances, 1918-1920s, Series CM-001. 

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