Owen Wister Literary Society Enchantment Ball, Rice Institute
The program for the 1947 Owen Wister Literary Society Enchantment Ball. The pink and black cover depicts a highly stylized face wearing an ornate stellar cap, along with a folded fan, and an eye-mask. An invitation page, in French, provides details of time and location, followed by pages listing the officers of the Society, officers of the Rally Club, and a list of the Society’s patrons. Original resource is a color program.
The Owen Wister Literary Society (OWLS) was founded by Adele Roensch in 1924. It was named after Owen Wister, an American writer famous for his novel The Virginian. The purpose of the organization was to further cultural and social interests on the Rice campus and to promote friendship, understanding, and fellowship among its members.
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