Junto Meeting

Handlin, Oscar, The Americans (Boston: Little, Brown, 1963), 114: "Select clubs (in the mid-18th century colonies) could only meet in the tavern, where every outsider curiously looked on." HOWEVER, Ben Franklin reports that his club after a while stopped meeting in "the Alehouse" and moved to "a little Room of Mr Grace's set apart for that Purpose" (Autobiography, Lemay 1371).

  • agenda of 24 questions: 1. Have you met with any thing in the author you last read, remarkable, or suitable to be communicated to the Junto? particularly in history, morality, poetry, physic, travels, mechanic arts, or other parts of knowledge... 24. Do you see any thing amiss in the present customs or proceedings of the Junto, which might be amended?

2010 Junto groups

this seems related to Open Space

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