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Freemasons. Chilterns Lodge, No. 4634 (Buckinghamshire, England), creator.
Ladies' Festival : Wednesday, 6th November, 1929 : Wharncliffe Rooms, Hotel Great Central, N.W.
[Buckinghamshire] : Chilterns Lodge, 1929.
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4 pages : illlustrations ; 20 cm
Rare Books and Manuscripts
Eph Fo 16
Yale Center for British Art, Friends of British Art Fund
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Program booklet for the Ladies' Festival, held November 6th, 1929, and sponsored by the Chilterns Lodge of Freemasons. Four pages bound in manilla card, with blue cord.
Cover illustration depicts a gentleman in 18th century dress bowing to a lady, also dressed in eighteneeth century garb.
At head of title: The Chilterns Lodge, No. 4634, Province of Bucks. Wor. Bro. E.B.H. Chappell, P.M., Worshipful Master.
"Menu: Hors dŒuvre. Native oysters -- Real turtle Madere. Tomato soup -- Sole au Muscatel. Pommes vapeur -- Ris de veau sur croutaille a la Riche. Quenelles truffles. Fonds tomate. Celeri gratin -- Jambon d'York Madere -- Sorbet au Kumel -- Poularde en casserole aux pommes grand 'mere. Salade -- Parfait praline. Petits fours -- Dessert -- Cafe."--Page 2.
"Light refreshments will be served free during the dancing."--Page 2.
Page 3 provides a list of toasts.
"Bro. George E. Roe's Regina Syncopated Orchestra will play during dinner and afterwards for dancing ..."--Page 4.
Subject Terms:
Buckinghamshire (England) -- Social life and customs -- 20th century.
Dinners and dining -- Great Brtain.
Food -- Great Britain.
Freemasons -- England.
Freemasons. Chilterns Lodge, No. 4634 (Buckinghamshire, England)
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