FRANK BRANCH RILEY TO TALK ON NATIONAL PARKS
"The Lure of the Great Northwest" to Be Subject--Lecture Under Auspices of the Topiarian Club
This evening at 8 o'clock Mr. Frank Branch Riley will give an illustrated lecture on the National Parks in the Old Fogg Art Museum. The title of the speech is "The Lure of the Great Northwest".
Mr. Riley, who was a student in the Harvard Law School in 1900-01, is a lawyer in Portland, Oregon, and has become well known throughout the country as one of the foremost authorities on our National Parks. He is as well a poet and musician of distinction.
The lecture is given under the auspices of the Topiarian Club of the School of Landscape Architecture and is open to the public.
This lecture is one of a series conducted by the Topiarian Club throughout the year. In the past they have attempted to mix their program with both technical and non-technical lectures.