The Maurice Tango. Silvo Hein.
New York: T.B. Harms, 1912
Vernon and Irene Castle dancing
A hands-free Tango step that the Castles originated;
photograph from their 1914 bestseller 'Modern Dancing'
Chicken Tango. E.J. Stark. St. Louis, MO:
Stark Music Co., 1914
Why Adam Sinned, 1904
'Tea Room Tango' by Jullius Müller-Massdorf (1863-1963)
Tango, Long Beach, n.d.
Shoes with criss-cross laces became known as Tango shoes
in the 1910s and early 1920s when the Tango was popular.
They were best displayed when a woman extended her ankle
while being dipped by her partner...wow!
'Paris in the grip of Tango'