Round Table Dining Club collection, 1898-1940.

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Round Table Dining Club (New York, N.Y.). Round Table Dining Club collection, 1898-1940.

Round Table Dining Club collection, 1898-1940.

Correspondence, scrapbook, membership lists, three volumes of menus and signatures of attending members, and printed materials, 1898-1940, of the Round Table Dining Club of New York City.

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