Senate House, Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HU
Block to North of the British Museum
(Tubes: Goodge Street, Northern Line: Tottenham Court Road, Northern and Central Lines: Russell Sq. Piccadilly Line.)
THURSDAY 30th NOVEMBER, 2006
To be held in the Durning-Lawrence Library, followed by:
A Talk by Dr. KAREN ATTAR from 3.00pm 4.30pm
To end at 4.45.pm (sharp).
This Talk is being held in the actual Library bequeathed by Sir Edwin Durning-Lawrence (1837-1914) to the University of London; Durning-Lawrence was a prominent Baconian who wrote: Bacon Is Shakespeare(1910) and is a Past President of The Francis Bacon Society.
By order of the Council: G.N. Salway, Secretary, Flat 1, Lee House, 75a Effra Road, London SW19 8PS.
If you would like to attend Dr. ATTAR Talk entitled: DURNING-LAWRENCE: Discoveries and Development the topic will be held at the Durning-Lawrence Library at the University of London please detach & return the slip to the Secretary.
Dr. Karen Attar is the Rare Books Librarian at Senate House Library. She came to the University in 2001 to catalogue the Durning-Lawrence Library, about which she has since published three articles. Her research interests are in cataloguing and in book collectors and their libraries. Copies of one of her booklets will be available to members, and there will be an opportunity to view a small display of archival material.
Refreshments will be provided (tea/coffee and biscuits). Guests are welcome. (No charge).
Application forms to join the Society will be available [Web site details on: www.baconsocietyinc.org].
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To The Secretary, The Francis Bacon Society, Flat 1, Lee House, 75a Effra Road, London SW19 8PS
Please note all seats must be pre-booked.wish to attend Dr. Attar Talk at The University of London Library, (4th floor) on Thursday, 30th. November, 2006.