Excerpt from The Fifth and Sixth Annual Reports of the Society of Arts and Crafts, Detroit, Michigan: Organized, 1906
For the first time in the history of the Society, no annual re port was published owing to lack of funds; it was, however, voted at this meeting to publish a third issue of the Bulle tin, as it established a closer bond between members, and was the best kind of educational advertising.
To consider the treatment of the outside of the building and premises of 37 Witherell Street - which improvements the Building Fund did not cover - a meeting of the Executive Board was held on April I 5. Mr. Booth's motion that, to gain the full benefits of the intended improvements, the work should be undertaken immediately, and that, to cover the costs, a Garden Opening should be given, was seconded and supported; the improvements were undertaken, and a suc cessful Garden Party held June 13 under the auspices of the Social Committee, an account of which will be given in a later report.
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