The Pilgrims Society
The Pilgrims Society is a British-American society established 1902. The patron of the society is Queen Elizabeth II. At the turn of the 20th century, a number of influential persons were interested in bringing the United States and Great Britain closer together. The St. George's Society in New York, the American Society in London, and the growing network of Anglo-American League branches in England (founded by a good number of Pilgrims Society members), were seen as inadequate, so the idea arose to form a new, elitist society with branches in both London and New York.
Founder: Sir Harry Brittain
USA Headquarter: New York City, USA
GBR Headquarter: London, Great Britain