Photograph of individual portraits of Sunset Club members set around a written list of previous discussion topics, 1895. The topics 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, John E. Francis, H. C. Whitehead, Robert N. Bulla, and George Patton. The men whose pictures make up the oval are, clockwise from top, J. S. Slauson, Wm. A. Spalding, J. H. Davisson, H.L. MacNeil, H. Z. Osborne, Abbott Kinney, L. E. Mosher, Frank A. Gibson, Frank W. King, A. W. Francisco, J. M. Elliot, Geo. H. Smith, O. A. Stevens, Sumner P. Hunt, Burt Estes Howard, R. W. Poindexter, and Percy R. Wilson.; The print reads as follows: "R. W. Poindexter, Louis A. Groff. 'The National Outlook, Evolution or Degeneration' H. T. Lee, Dr. H. B. Wing, E. W. Jones. ' The California Legislature; Hon. R. N. Bulla, Frank A. Gibson, Judge J. W. McKinley. 'The Playground of America' Harry E. Brook, Louis F. Vetter, James Slauson. 'A Daily Newspaper edited by a special committee from matter furnished by Club members. 'The President of the United States' Judge Enoch Knight, H. W. Latham, Abbot Kinney. 'The Monroe Doctrine' H. W. O'Melveny, Judge Lucien Shaw, C. J. Ellis. 'A Few of the Several Sides of Man' Dr. Norman Bridge, Homer P. Early, Geo. W. Parsons. 'International Arbitration' Jas. B. Scott, J. M. Elliot, Percy R. Wilson. The thirteenth meeting of the Club was a summer outing to the seaside resort of Santa Monica, to which point the Club was carried in a special train over the Southern Pacific railroad, and partook of a fish dinner in a pavilion on the beach. The program was a varied one, embracing addresses on: 'The Minister' Rev. Burt Estes Howard; 'The Teacher' Prof. Charles H. Keyes; 'The Judge' Judge W. H. Clark; 'The Lawyer' Henry W. O'Melveny; 'The Newspaper Man' L.E. Mosher; 'The Physician' Dr. Jay H. Utley; 'The Author' Theodore S. Van Dyke; 'The Merchant' W. C. Patterson; 'The Railroad Man' Jno. J. Byrne; 'The Rancher' Fred I. Alles; 'The Capitalist' J. S. Slauson; 'The Statesman' Sen. Stephen M. White. Visitors. The Sunset Club has a very strict rule as to visitors, preferring to restrict attendance to its own members. Thus far, the only visitors have been Hon. Alva Adams, of Pueblo, ex-Governor of Colorado; Hon. J. Sterling Morton, of Omaha, serving in President Cleveland's Cabinet as Minister of Agriculture; and Hon. Paul Morton, of Chicago, Vice-President of the Santa Fe Railway".