Invitation Card for the Moray Minstrels
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Such pseudo-Greek invitation cards, obliquely alluding to John Keats's "Ode on a Grecian Urn," seem to have been something of a specialty that Fred Walker designed for his friend A. J. Lewis's "baccanals," the winter evening entertainments by the Moray Minstrels, 150 artistic amateurs.