This coming Saturday, May 23rd, the Chesterton library collection, now housed at the Oxford Oratory, will be open for visitors from 2.30 until 5.30.
The collection consists of what survives of Chesterton's library, including annotated and signed copies of his books, as well as personal memorabilia from his possessions.
The afternoon is advertised as offering treasures, tours and teas - what more could the Chestertonian enthusiast want?
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