Photograph of individual portraits of Sunset Club members set around the written procedures of the club, 1895. The procedures are at center and are surrounded by an oval of portraits. There is also a single portrait in each corner. Each man is shown in bust.; The men in the corners are, clockwise from upper left C. F. Lummis, C. F. Holder, Harry E. Brook, and T. S. Van Dyke. The men whose pictures form the oval are, clockwise from top, Enoch Knight, Stephen White, Charles H. Keyes, Louis F. Vetter, Geo. W. Parsons, J. O. Kopeli, H. T. Lee, Wm. L. Wills, Wm. D. Babcock, E. W. Jones, Willoughby Rodman, J. H. Utley, W. H. Clark, T. A. Eisen, M. W. O'Melveny, Norman Bridge, and J. W. McKinley.; The procedures are as follows (part 1 of 2): "'No meanness-- no vituperation--Simply tolerant discussion and Rational Recreation' The Method of Procedure. The regular Club meetings are held once a month, usually the fourth Friday, the subject for the evening's discussion and the three principal speakers, who are to read prepared papers, having been previously selected by the program committee. Convening in the dining room of some popular café at sunset (6 o'clock), the members sit down to a previously ordered dinner, appetizingly spiced with bright conversation, which occupies two hours. At eight o'clock, the meeting is called to order by the President, who announces the subject for discussion, and on this topic a principal paper of twenty to thirty minutes is read, followed by two shorter papers of five to ten minutes each, the latter usually presenting another view of the main question than that taken by the principal speaker, and then the subject is open for discussion by the Club members, and this usually brings out remarks from ten to fifteen gentlemen. At ten o'clock the meeting is closed by a few felicitous words from the President, and then the members adjourn."; The procedures (part 2 of 2): "Three consecutive absences constitute a notice of resignation, and the attendance has been from forty to fifty, which is a very high average in a club whose members are all prominent in the professional and commercial life of a very busy little city. The Club Officers. At the first meeting of the Club the following officers were elected, and they are still in service: President, Judge Enoch Knight; Vice-President, Charles Dwight Willard; Secretary, Fred I. Alles; Treasurer, Louis F. Vetter. Monthly Programs. The range of the discussion indulged in by the Club is best shown by the following outline of its programs thus far--thirteen meetings having been held up to July 1st. 'The Sunset Club, its proposed plan of organization' C. D. Willard, Rev. Burt Estes Howard, W. C. Patterson, 'Gold and Silver Coinage' Theodore S. Van Dyke, H. Z. Osborne, H. C. Whitehead, ' Party Influence in Local Government' Prof. Chas. H. Keyes, J. S. Slauson, Abbot Kinney, 'The New Woman' L. E. Mosher".