Bi-monthly meeting of Fleur-de-lis Club
Nashville Globe – January 25, 1907
The regular bi-monthly meeting of the Fleur-de-lis Club was held on Thursday evening, January 17, at the residence of Mrs. D. A. Hart, 1726 Jefferson street. A goodly number of the members were in attendance. Mrs. W.R. Baker, the president, stated that there was no special topic for discussion, consequently the ladies discussed the leading topics of the day. Many interesting talks were made, all the members evidencing unusual familiarity with the live questions before the country at the time. The members of the Club are doing Battenburg this season, and each lady present was working some beautiful design.
Mrs. Lizzie Harper, of Montgomery City, Mo., cousin to Mrs. Hart, the hostess, was a visitor, and was introduced to the Club. She made an interesting talk and expressed in the highest terms her pleasure in meeting the ladies engaged in such a grand work. After the business session the ladies repaired to the dining room and were served to an elegant repast.
The Club has been in existence seven years, and has accomplished much in art and the home.