Religion: At Sarobia

For U. S. birds, insects, small animals, weeds, poets and artists, there exists no snugger sanctuary than "Sarobia," a 175-acre estate in Pennsylvania's Bucks County, on the Delaware River above Philadelphia. "Sarobia's"' gateposts are topped by big black iron cats, and ignorant Bucks County-ites have sometimes whispered that "cat-worshippers" and '"heathens" live on the estate. Actually the owners of the place, whose first names are the basis of its name, are two exceedingly gentle, wellborn Philadelphians. White-haired Robert Restalrig Logan has for 25 years been president of the American Anti-Vivisection Society,...

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