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St. Augustine
The Oldest City
by Margaret Meekler

St. Augustine Record
July 4, 1937
This poem and woodcut border is the work of two St. Augustine women.

The poet is Marjorie Meeker Collins (Mrs. Vivian Collins). She wrote under the name of Marjorie Meekler. She was a
member of the Poetry Society of America, Midland Authors, the Columbus, Ohio Branch of the League of American Pen
Women. She wrote
Color of Water published by Brentan's. Her work also appeared in Harper's, Outlook, Saturday
and the New Republic.

The artist for the illustrations was Mrs. Celia Cregor Reid. She was president of the St. Augustine Arts Club. The corner
decoations were taken from some of the beautiful Spanish tiles in the
Villa Zorayda.