RecitalfromOriginal ManuscriptbyMrs. Pansy Meek Buckleyof New York (Motel Elbert).
Is a Recital of unique conception. The story is told in poetry and song, chanting the little old wonder-worker's words: Midnight, Stars, Beauty, Iove, Firefly, Transformation. These become the motif running throughout the Recital like the golden thread the firefly trails in the darkness.
Interpretative Recitals.Sidney LanierRobert Browning(For summer and fall engagements address as above)
I am writing to let you know how interested and pleased I have been at hearing your lecture-recital:
Life's Season of Wait
I Harvest Period
Surely there should be many opportunities for you to be heard by those desiring an inspiring and uplifting talk.
Very truly yours,ANDREW F. UNDERHILL.January, 1910Member of Clergy, Church of the Ascension, New York City.
It gave me pleasure to listen to the Recital of Mrs. Pansy Meek Buckley.A new note of interpretation of the negro character in the older days interested her audience.A wide range of poetic feeling was given in her Planting Time, Season of Wait and Harvest Period.
EDWARD S. THURBER,December, 1909The Rev. Dr. Thurber, 121 West 71st Street, New York City.
I have listened to Mrs. Pansy Meek Buckley's recitals with deep interest and appreciation.She is an able elocutionist, possessed with an attractive personality, and sympathetic voice, which, added to a perlect familiarity with her subjects, enable her to hold the close attention of her audience to the end of the last number.
ALIDA STANWOOD,February, 1910New York City.
Ever since the delightful afternoon at our mutual friend's, Mrs. Gallaudet, I have been wondering just how you could meet some Newarkers, so that they might have the pleasure of hearing you.I will be very glad to help you become acquainted here, and have you use my name in arranging for a recital in this city.
Most cordiallyELIZABETH GRAY,December, 1909,Newark, N. J.
It gives me great pleasure to say that the Recital which you gave to the Young Married Woman's Club of the Church of the Ascension, was thoroughly enjoyed by all those who where fortunate enough to hear it.Wishing you every success, believe me
Very truly yours ALISE M. HITYROTMrs. J. Morley Hityrot, 126 East 37th St., Manhattan, March, 1910
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