The Anglo-Saxon Club was a student organization at the College of William and Mary in the 1920s. According to an article in the Flat Hat, a Post of the Anglo-Saxon Club of America was organized at William & Mary in 1923 "under the guidance of John Powell, the noted pianist."(Flat Hat, 5/18/1923, p. 2) Powell was the founder.  A group of 20 students were at the group's first meeting as recounted in the Flat Hat. (Flat Hat, 5/18/1923, p. 2)
Material in the Special Collections Research Center
- Flat Hat:
- As of May 2011, there are no known clearly identified photographs of William & Mary club members in the Colonial Echo yearbook or elsewhere.
- John Powell, Wikipedia, accessed 5 June 2011.
- "Anglo-Saxon Club organizes post at College," Flat Hat, 5/18/1923, page 2.
- "Anglo-Saxon Club seeking new members," Flat Hat, 2/15/1924, page 1-2.
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