• Setting the record straight: an introduction to "Stepping in Time." By Germaine Ingram and Debora Kodish, pp. 2-3 [revised from 7:2/3 (1994) 8-13]
  • Performers' biographies, pp. 4-13
  • Some beginnings and breaks: stories from virtuoso veteran dancers. Excerpts from transcribed interviews, edited by Debora Kodish, pp. 14-17 [revised from 6:3/7:1 (1993) 2-5]
  • "Just playin' from the heart:" Henry Meadows and the rhythms of South Philadelphia. Excerpts from transcribed interviews, edited by Debora Kodish, pp. 18-20
  • "Not everyone can be in a show:" John Hart. Excerpts from transcribed interviews, edited by Debora Kodish, p. 21
  • "The real untold stories of tap:" African American women dancers. By Germaine Ingram and Debora Kodish, pp. 22-27 [revised from 7:2/3 (1994) 8-13]
  • "Staging the shows, all the way down the line:" Hortense Allen Jordan and Libby Spencer. Excerpts from transcribed interviews, edited by Debora Kodish, pp. 28-31
  • "Tryin' to get my knowledge together:" Women entertainers in the business and on the road. Excerpts from transcribed interviews, edited by Debora Kodish, pp. 32-37
  • "You had your own style:" tricks of the tap dance trade and how you learned them. Excerpts from transcribed interviews, edited by Debora Kodish, pp. 38-41 [same as 8:1 (1994) 12-17]
  • Stepping in Time: credits, p. 42