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Clarke, Mary and Clement Crisp. The Ballet Goer's Guide. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1981.

Croce, Arlene. Going to the Dance. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1982.

Kirstein, Lincoln. Thirty Years: The New York City Ballet. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1978.

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Maynard, Olga. "The Christensens: An American Dance Dynasty." Dance Magazine, June 1973: 43-56.

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Sowell, Debra Hickenlooper. The Christensen Brothers: An American Dance Epic. Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Publishers, 1998. An in-depth and scholarly chronicle of the lives of Willam, Harold, and Lew Christensen and their pioneering careers in American dance.

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Steinberg, Stephen Cobbett. Lew Christensen: The Triumph of American Dance (video). San Francisco, California. KQED. May 6, 1985. The 1984 KQED television documentary about the life and career of Lew Christensen. This documentary was broadcast in conjunction with the KQED production of Jinx.

Steinberg, Stephen Cobbett. San Francisco Ballet: The First Fifty Years. San Francisco, California: San Francisco Ballet Association, 1983.