Session I

The Carlyle Expedition went to Egypt via London in 1919.

Took a break in Kenya because the expedition site was “too hot for Anglo-Saxons.” While on a hunt in Kenya, they went missing, assumed murdered. The were assumed to be mbushed by natives while hunting, however many bodies were never found.

Periodicals were published in several papers at the time. (New York Pillar 1919)

Notable Attendees:
Roger Carlyle
Doctor Robert Huston
Aubrey Pinhew – England
Hypatia Masters
Jack Brady

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