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The Old Man Rides a Bicycle by Louise Welch
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The Old Man Rides a Bicycle

by Louise Welch

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Hardcover with dust jacket. 30 pages. Drawn illustration by Sylvia Macdonald. Louise Welch studied with A. R. Orage during his eight years in New York. Later she visited Gurdjieff's Institute for the Harmonious Development of Man in Fontainebleau where she met Gurdjieff. Later, when the Ouspenskys came to the US in 1941, she worked with them in New York and Mendham, NJ. After the deaths of both Ouspensky and Gurdjieff, she was among those assembled by Jeanne de Salzmann to become a trustee of the Gurdjieff Foundation. She was married to Dr. William Welch, also a pupil of Gurdjieff and the doctor who attended him during his last illness. Mrs. Welch was also editor-in-chief of the Guide and Index to Gurdjeff's Beelzebub's Tales.

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