AAF – 1st AGM
Inaugral AAF AGM
Elisabeth Vreede present & 50 members of AS.
Also a meeting of the Experimental Circle on the next day.
Mrs Pease – Hon Secretary of the AAF
George Kaufman – Chairman
Dr Mirbt gave a full report of the last 12 months
Mr EM Wood – treasurer – a full report and asked for “still more financial support in order not to let the work come to a standstill.”
Members spoke of their experiences. Gardeners’ associations recommended … “as it is advisable to observe very carefully the directions Dr Steiner gave about the qualifications fo the ,e,bership of the Experimental Circle. Dr Wachsmuth … has recently pointed out gain, who may become a member of the Circle and how the work is organised.
Evening: Elisabeth Vreede spoke about an early lecture of Dr Steiner’s “Chaos and Cosmos” read by Mr Kaufman.
The first Annual Report of the AAF recorded that: “Experimental stations are developing in Yorkshire, Lancashire, Northumberland, Hertfordshire and Kent” (Executive Council, 1929, p.32).