Margot Duncan (1900-1925)

Margot, Anna, Lisa

Margot Duncan (born Margot Jehl, June 1900 in Berlin). Also known as ‘Gretl’. In July 1921, Margot joined Lisa and Anna for the U.S. tour. After several months, she return to Paris, where she opened a studio to teach dance. She is described in 1923 as a “fragile, airy being” (Loewenthal, p. 81). She suffered a fatal illness in January 1925.


Affiliations

Isadora Duncan Dancers (Isadorables)

Related items in the Archives

The San Francisco Museum of Performance and Design > Photos > Margot, Lisa, and Anna

The Collection of Janaea Rose Lyn (McAlee) > Photos > Anna, Lisa, and Margot press clipping

The Collection of Janaea Rose Lyn (McAlee) > Photos > Isadorables

The San Francisco Museum of Performance and Design > Programs > Isadorables — Dec 28, 1919

The Collection of Joanna Gewertz Harris > Programs > Isadorables at Palais au Trocadero — Anna, Maria-Teresa, Irma, Lisa, Margot and Erica Duncan — 1920

The Collection of Janaea Rose Lyn (McAlee) > Programs > Isadorables