From The Page (January, 1974):
FROM THE PRINCIPALITY OF THE MISTS (Bay Area):
On January 17, Thursday, 11:00 am to 11:40, the Kingdom is presenting a demonstration for the Agricultural Women's Club of the University of Califonia, Berkeley. Dancers, singers, musicians, bards, or other artists who might be willing to perform should contact the Mistress of Arts, Lady Rima of Rockridge. Fighters willing to help with a fighting demonstration should contact the Lord Seneschal, Sir William the Lucky. Their addresses and farspeaker numbers are found on the front page of the Page. Refreshments will be served at 10:30, and participants are invited to come early and chat.
[Note: periodically the Bay Area is referred to as the Principality of the Mists in the newsletters, but it isn't until several years later that an official Principality is created ... I am not sure if this is something the Chroniclers did, or if people actually called it a Principality. Considering the ruckus that came about when attempts were made to name the Bay Area a Principality with a Prince and Princess, and all that, I have been surprised to find these references. -- Hirsch]
From the History (by Wilhelm):
Held at UC Berkeley. Rima of Rockridge and Sir William the Lucky autocratted an SCA demonstration for the Agricultural Women’s Club.
Description of this event,
© Copyright 1980 by William R. Keyes (Wilhelm von Schlüssel)
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