The Osgoode Literary and Legal Society organizes annual “At-Home” balls, musical-literary evenings, debates, mock trials, and elaborate dinners at Webster’s Parlours. This dance card was handed out at one of the “At-Homes” in 1892. A pencil was attached with a string so guests could write in their dance partners.
Courtesy of the Law Society of Upper Canada Archives, 989014-004.
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