History – Camellia Review

For the first five years of the existence of the SCCS, post cards and then a single sheet were sent out as meeting notices. The first two page leaflet containing some camellia notes was published in January of 1945. This was labeled Vol. V, No.3 for the following reason which is a reprint from Vol. VIII (April 1947) quote: ~”The ‘Bulletin’ started as a penny postcard. This was later enlarged to a folding card carrying more information about the Topic and Speaker for the coming meeting. Later, it carried also a few news items, was still larger in size. The first formal Bulletin in booklet form appeared in January 1945. Since this was the fifth year in which bulletins of one sort or another had gone to the membership, and the third bulletin in the year, that issue was designated Number 3 of Volume 5.”

1953-1954 Volume 15

1954-1955 Volume 16

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