'The subject of the meeting was 'Gardens' & all members were asked to bring contributions [...] The following is a list of the contributions.
C.E. Stansfield a reading from 'Paradise Lost' followed by a short essay entitled "The Lost Art of Living - A Gardener's Life"
Mary Hayward. Song "Now sleeps the crimson petals"
C.I. Evans. Two Readings. Of an Orchard. Higson. The Apple. John Burrough.
Mrs Robson. Song. "Thank God for a Garden"
Miss Cole. Recitation. 'The Flower's Name'. Browning.
E.E. Unwin. Song. "Come into the Garden Maud"
Mrs Evans. Reading from "The Small Garden Useful" dealing with the Cooking of Vegetables.
C.I. Evans. Reading. "My Garden"
interval for supper
Miss Wallis. Reading by Request 'My Garden' - a parody
Miss Cole. Recitation. Gardens. by Kipling
Miss Hayward. Song.
R.H. Robson Violin Solo
C.I. Evans. Reading. A ballad of trees & the master
Mrs Robson. Song.
Ernest E Unwin, XII Book Club Minute Book, Vol. 2 (1915-31) private collection, p. n/a, p. 105-6, http://www.open.ac.uk/Arts/reading/recorddetails2.php?id=27666, accessed: 20 June 2013
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