Title: The Burns Club of St. Louis: Minutes, Notes and Speeches MCMXXXI-MCMXXXVIII [1931-1938]
Author: Alexander Buchan, John DeLancey Ferguson, Donald Mackenzie, J. Duncan Cameron, Thomas S. Duncan,
Description: Blue cloth boards with gilt lettering on front cover. Worn at spine ends; cloth scuffed; top corner bumped. Sticker ghost and minor mark on ffep. A little soiling on a few pages; else generally clean. A few leaves roughly opened. Illustrated wth eight portraits of the current and former club presidents, plus a frontispiece, all on plates with tissue guards.124,  pages. Two copies noted on OCLC (Oxford; Nat. Lib. of Scotland).
Includes notes about the club's history, its presidents, and a few other prominent members; summaries of meeting minutes 1932-1938; and Burns Night addresses that were given by Alexander Buchan (Washington University), John DeLancey Ferguson (then at Northwestern), Donald Mackenzie (Princeton), J. Duncan Cameron, and Thomas S. Duncan (Washington University).
The Burns Club of St. Louis was founded in 1908 by William K. Bixby, industrialist, art collector, former president of Washington University, and backer of Charles Lindburgh's transatlantic flight. He served as its president until 1931.
Condition: Very Good
Jacket Condition: None
Publisher: Printed for private distribution - Mound City Press
Place: St. Louis
Keywords: Robert Burns, Saint Louis, Missouri, Washington University, Burns studies,
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