The young business and professional men of this country must get together round the table, adopt methods that have proved so sound in the past, adapt them to the changing needs of the times and, whenever possible, improve them.

Edward, Prince of Wales, 1927

Had I been present at the creation, I would have given some useful hints for the better ordering of the universe.

Alfonso X of Castile, 1226-84

1 The First Year, 1934-5
2 From National Conference, 1937, to International Conflict, 1939
3 The Ladies, 1937-39
4 The Difficult Years, 1946-52
5 The Developing Years, 1953-56
6 The Second Scarborough Conference, 1956
7 Projects, 1957-61
8 The Third Scarborough Conference, 1962
9 Further Projects, 1963-68
10 International, the Three 88
11 ‘Roundabout
12 What Now?

I Officers of the Scarborough Table
II Table Members holding National Office
III Community Service, Major Projects and Disbursements, 1953-68
IV The Area

A Letter from the Founder
1 Charter Night, 2nd November 1935
2 Social Evening, circa 1938
3 The Carol Singers in Action, December 1952
4 The Table, 23rd December 1954
5 The Conference Committee in Session, 1956
6 The Dragon Slayers, August Bank Holiday, 1960 .. facing page 49
7 The Table, A.G.M., 1964
8 The Table, A.G.M., 1968
9 The Wishing Well, 1968

With acknowledgments to Walkers Studios Ltd., The Mercury, The Scarborough Evening News, Raymond Ellis, Colin Sedgwick and Uncle Tom Cobley.

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