New-York Tribune, April 12, 1914, pages 11:


Latest  Steps  To  Be  Seen  at  the  Interborough  Association.

    At the eighth annual reception of the Interborough Association of Women Teachers next Saturday evening at the Waldorf-Astoria, Governor Glynn, Mayor Mitchel and other city officials will be guests. The musical feature will be the demonstrations by the musolaphone. For this purpose the ballroom, Astor Gallery, Colonial Room and halls on the 34th at side of the hotel will be wired for the distribution of music. A programme of twelve numbers has been arranged and there will be songs from remote rooms by Mme. Barondess and Messrs Hawa and Bynne.
    Modern dances will be exemplified in the Furlana and Pavlowa Gavotte, both of which will be danced by Miss Anna Tormey and Dana Clark. The Maxive and one step will be executed by Miss Margaret Chopin and Jack Sloan. Miss Evelyn Kingsley and Gerard Garner Smith will dance the hesitation waltz and half and half. The 7th Regiment Band will furnish music.
    Miss Emily A.O'Keefe will direct two Swedish dances, which will be participated in by Miss Elizabeth Cantwell, Miss Eleanor Jordan, Miss Anna Lyons, Miss Anna Nowlan, Miss Veronica Radford, Miss Helen Schlondorff, Miss Frances Sworacki and Miss Adeline Usher.