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CH WV 027 - Manuscript

Club history of the (WV) Woman's Club of Fairmont, West Virginia. Added 01/22/2015: A newsletter from October 2013 discussing the historic building in which their meetings take place.

Image of CP FL 015 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

CP FL 015 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

Exterior of the clubhouse of the Babson Park Woman's Club, Babson Park, 1300 North Scenic Highway, Babson Park, Florida. The Babson Park Woman's Club building was constructed in 1931 and placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997.

Image of CP FL 022 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

CP FL 022 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

Exterior of the clubhouse of the St. Petersburg Woman's Club, 40 Snell Isle Boulevard NE, St. Petersburg, Florida. Architects Jonsberg and Wakeling designed the Mediterranean Revival clubhouse, which was dedicated in 1929. The property was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1994.

Image of CP MA 002 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

CP MA 002 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

Black and white image of the exterior of the Workshop of the Woman's Club of Newton Highlands, 72 Columbus Street, Newton Highlands, Massachusetts, ca. 1935, and color exterior and interior views of the building, 2004. The Newton Highlands Club was founded in 1916 and started a building fund in 1920. With the assistance of Seward W. Jones, President of the Newton Trust and father of a club founder, the club purchased a lot and hired architect Edward B. Stratton to draw up plans. The "Club Workshop" was constructed in 1927. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987.

Image of CP MA 004 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

CP MA 004 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

Exterior of the Loring-Greenough House clubhouse of the Tuesday Club of Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts. The Loring-Greenough House is now a historic house museum owned and operated by the Tuesday Club. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Image of CP MI 001 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

CP MI 001 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

Exterior of the Women's City Club, 2110 Park Avenue, Detroit, Michigan, just north of Grand Circus Park. The club hired architect William B. Stratton, husband of club member Mary Chase Stratton, the owner of Pewabic Pottery, to design the building.

Image of CP MS 001 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

CP MS 001 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

Interior of the clubhouse of the Mississippi Federation of Women's Clubs located in Jackson, Mississippi. Additional images submitted with Historic Clubhouse Survey in 2004. In 2004, the clubhouse underwent a $800,000 renovation to stabilize the building's foundation, restore the exterior and interior features, modernize the building's electrical, plumbing, heating and cooling systems, and refurbish the kitchen and other rooms. The headquarters was designated a Mississippi landmark in 1986 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988.

Image of CP MT 002 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

CP MT 002 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

Exterior of the clubhouse of the Woman's Club of Missoula, Montana. Construction of the clubhouse was completed in 1937, financed by the Woman's Club of Missoula and the Public Works Administration. The matching grant funds required that the building be constructed on state property. The building is on the University of Montana campus and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

Image of CP NM 002 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

CP NM 002 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

Exterior images of the clubhouse of the Silver City Woman's Club, 411 Silver Heights Boulevard, SIlver City, New Mexico. The Silver City Woman's Club purchased property on Silver Heights Boulevard in Silver City in 1923. Their Pueblo Revival-style clubhouse was designed by Richard Tatsch and constructed in 1936. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2003.

Image of CP IN 004 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

CP IN 004 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

Exterior of the Fauntleroy Home that served as clubhouse of the Minerva Society, New Harmony, Indiana. The Minerva Society was founded by Constance Owen Fauntleroy in 1859. The house was built in 1815 and purchased by Robert Henry Fauntleroy in 1841. Constance Owen Fauntleroy gifted the house to the Indiana Federation of Women's Clubs on 6 June 1925 to maintain as a historic site dedicated to the birth place of the club women's movement. In 1919, the GFWC Board of Directors visited the Fauntleroy Home and GFWC President Anna J. H. Pennybacker (1912-1916) presented Constance Fauntleroy with an honorary GFWC membership. Ella Dietz Clymer, member of the Minerva Society around 1860, coined th

Image of CP AZ 006 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

CP AZ 006 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

Exterior view of the Florence Woman's Club clubhouse, located at 321 North Willow Street, Florence, Arizona. The Florence Village Improvement Club (now the Florence Woman's Club) was founded in 1897 and in 1914 purchased property for a clubhouse. Through various fundraising efforts, the club raised funds to build the single story, Spanish Colonial Revival clubhouse, which was designed by the architectural firm of Lescher & Mahoney of Phoenix in 1928. It includes a red tiled porch, arcaded entrance, and outside chimney. Construction, using labor of Arizona State Prison inmates, was completed in 1929. In 1982, the Florence Woman's Club building was placed on the National Register of Hist

Image of CP CA 060 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

CP CA 060 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

Exterior view of the We and Our Neighbors Club, Union Avenue, San Jose, California. The We and Our Neighbors Club was founded in 1892 and met in members' homes until building their Craftsman-style bungalow in 1910. The club is the oldest women's club in Santa Clara County and the clubhouse is the oldest continually-used clubhouse built in California. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979 and became a San Jose City Historic Landmark (number 97) in 1992.

Image of CP DE 008 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

CP DE 008 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

Exterior view of the clubhouse of the Hockessin-Community Club, Hockessin, Delaware. Purchased by the Hockessin-Community Club in 1934, the building was constructed in 1868 and originally used as a schoolhouse. In 1978 it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places under the name Public School #29.

Image of CP DE 011 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

CP DE 011 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

Exterior view of the clubhouse of the Milford New Century Club, Milford, Delaware. The clubhouse was constructed in 1886 and purchased by the club in 1905. The house is designated a Milford Historic Landmark and placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.

Image of CP DE 006 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

CP DE 006 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

Exterior view of the clubhouse of the Zwaanendael Woman's Club, Lewes, Delaware. The building was constructed in 1898 by the Sussex Trust Title and Safe Deposit Company to serve as a bank. On December 14, 1929, it was donated to the Zwaanendael Women’s Club by charter member Virginia L. Mustard. The Zwaanendael Club Building was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.

Image of CP FL 033 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

CP FL 033 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

Exterior of the clubhouse of the Vero Beach Woman's Club, Vero Beach, Florida, located at 1534 21st Street. The clubhouse was built in 1915 and served as the original Vero Beach Library. On February 10, 1995, it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.

Image of CP FL 035 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

CP FL 035 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

Exterior of the clubhouse of the Coral Gables Woman's Club, Miami, Florida, located at 1001 East Ponce de Leon Boulevard. The clubhouse was built in 1935/6. The fountain depicting the four seasons was completed by Robert Hume. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in March 1990.

Image of CP FL 040 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

CP FL 040 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

Exterior of the clubhouse of the Woman's Club of Winter Haven, Florida. The clubhouse was constructed in 1923 by W. B. Craig for $23,379. The club donated the clubhouse to the City of Winter Haven for future use as a museum. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1998.

Image of CP KS 006 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

CP KS 006 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

Exterior of the Canton Carnegie Library of Canton, Kansas. The Canton Literary Study Club of Canton, Kansas is credited with helping to create and fund the library. The library was constructed in July 1921 and designed by architectural firm of Washburn & Stookey, of Ottawa. The club donated its library and furnishings to the new library, which opened on 1October 1921. The library was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1987.

Image of CP NE 004 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

CP NE 004 - Clubhouse Photograph Collection

Exterior view of the clubhouse of the Grand Island Woman's Club, Grand Island, Nebraska. The clubhouse was built in 1899 and has been owned by the club since 1954.