Fine Arts Dinner Menu, 1923. Signed By Laura Knight, Lucy Kemp-Welch, W Russell Flint & Others

The Lyceum Club

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Folded dinner menu dated Monday June 11th, 1923. 4pp. Size: 12.7cm x 17.8cm. Folded dinner menu dated Monday June 11th, 1923. 4pp. Size: 12.7cm x 17.8cm. Signed by a number prominent artists of the day, female and male, including Laura Knight, Lucy Kemp-Welch, Maud Hall Neale, William Russell Flint, the Indian painter Rustom Vicaji, Sir David Murray, Solomon Solomon, William Llewellyn, Borough Johnson and Harry Watson. The first Lyceum Club, founded in London by Miss Constance Smedley, in 1903 aimed to provide a welcome and intellectually stimulating environment for educated and energetic women. Located at 138, Piccadilly, W.1. With an annual subscription of a guinea, it had attracted over a thousand subscribers in its first year. Now spanning the world, the Lyceum Clubs are for Women interested in arts, sciences, social concerns and in the pursuit of lifelong learning. A scarce piece of Lyceum Club ephemera. Fold line to the centre of the menu else in very good indeed, bright, clean condition.

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