Aug. 12, 1929
*The Bohemian Club of San Francisco was founded in 1872 as a club for artists, dramatists, musicians, authors and persons appreciative of the arts. Among the membership of 2000 are David S. Jordan, Lieutenant-General Hunter Liggett, John Masefield, Edwin Markham, E. H. Sothern, William Howard Taft, David Warfield, Dr. Ray Lyman Wilbur, Ignace Paderewski. Honorary members include Crown Prince Gustaf Adolf of Sweden: Sir Hubert Brand. Rear Admiral, British Navy; Nicholas Murray Butler, President of Columbia University. On the Russian River, near Monte Rio, is located Bohemian Grove, where Bohemians gather each summer. On the August Saturday night nearest the full moon they give a play. The 1929 play, A Guest of Robin Hood, performed last week with Mr. Shoup in the audience, was written by Charles G. Norris with music by Robert C. Newell.