Country Western

Country Western

William Hamilton Page (1829–1909) was a type designer and owner of William Page & Company, a leading manufacturer of wood type for letterpress printing.

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Country-western Dance - Dances
... Western couple dancing is a form of social dance ... Many different dances are done to country-western music ... (also known as Ten Step Polka), Schottische, and other Western promenade dances, East Coast Swing, West Coast Swing, and Nightclub Two Step ...
Dancing With The Stars (U.S. Season 6) - Dance Chart
9 Week 10 Kristi Mark Foxtrot Mambo Tango Paso Doble Rumba Jive Country-Western Viennese Waltz Cha-cha-cha Quickstep Samba Tango Jive Cha-cha-cha Freestyle Jive Jason Edyta Foxtrot Mambo Jive ...
Country Western - Typefaces
... Page was a prolific designer of typefaces, all of them typical of the dreadfully over-ornamented style of the mid-nineteenth century ... The following types were designed by Page Aetna (1870) a virtual type version is available from Wooden Type Fonts ...
Country-western Two-step
... The country/western two-step, often called the "Texas two-step" or simply the "two-step," is a country/western dance usually danced to country music ... As with other country/western dances, there are different versions of two step ...
Gibson Hummingbird - Models - Southern Jumbo/Country Western (square-shoulder Dreadnought)
... finished Southern Jumbo was named the "SJN Country Western", which is also the predecessor of the Sheryl Crow model, according to the Gibson official website ... This indicates that the square-shoulder Southern Jumbo/Country Western is a variation of the Hummingbird ...

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