Title

1992 Sub-Librarians Meeting: Wandering Through the Strand

Start Date

6-28-1992 4:00 PM

End Date

6-28-1992 6:00 PM

Co-Sponsoring Scion Organization

Scowrers and Molly Maguires

Location

S. Holmes Esq. Pub

City and State

San Francisco, CA

Description

Please join the Sublibrarians Scion of the Baker Street Irregulars in the American Library Association at the S. Holmes Esq. for A Victorian High Tea including assorted teas, tea sandwiches, scones, shortbread cookies and strawberries with Devonshire cream and fascinating talks by Colonel Ted Schulz, winner of the Two-Shilling award from the BSI, on the Strand Magazine, and Poul Anderson noted science fiction and mystery writer.

Welcome by Marsha Pollak and Robert Steele, Bodymaster of the Scowrers and Molly Maguires. The obligatory toasts: Lomax, given by Maxine Reneker; Sherlock Holmes, a limerick by Rosemary Michaud; Hill Barton by Doris Dale; Baron Gruner by Ted Schulz; and Kitty Winter by Eugenia Winter. An additional toast was given to Irene Adler by Phyllis White and a Standing on the Terrace by Ray de Groat as well as a spirited singing of "A Song for Sub-Librarians." The meeting closed with a reading of 221B.

Contact Information

Marsha Pollak

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Jun 28th, 4:00 PM Jun 28th, 6:00 PM

1992 Sub-Librarians Meeting: Wandering Through the Strand

S. Holmes Esq. Pub

Please join the Sublibrarians Scion of the Baker Street Irregulars in the American Library Association at the S. Holmes Esq. for A Victorian High Tea including assorted teas, tea sandwiches, scones, shortbread cookies and strawberries with Devonshire cream and fascinating talks by Colonel Ted Schulz, winner of the Two-Shilling award from the BSI, on the Strand Magazine, and Poul Anderson noted science fiction and mystery writer.

Welcome by Marsha Pollak and Robert Steele, Bodymaster of the Scowrers and Molly Maguires. The obligatory toasts: Lomax, given by Maxine Reneker; Sherlock Holmes, a limerick by Rosemary Michaud; Hill Barton by Doris Dale; Baron Gruner by Ted Schulz; and Kitty Winter by Eugenia Winter. An additional toast was given to Irene Adler by Phyllis White and a Standing on the Terrace by Ray de Groat as well as a spirited singing of "A Song for Sub-Librarians." The meeting closed with a reading of 221B.