Saturday Club (Boston, Massachusetts)
The Saturday Club, established in 1855, was an informal monthly gathering in Boston, Massachusetts, of writers, scientists, philosophers, historians and others.
The club began meeting informally a...
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Boston Art Club
The Boston Art Club, Boston, Massachusetts, serves as a nexus for Members and non Members to access the world of Fine Art. Currently more than 250 members maintain an active environment for the suppo...
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Boston City Club
The Boston City Club (est.1906) of Boston, Massachusetts focused on "the city of Boston and the problems of its growth." Founders included Louis D. Brandeis, Edward Filene, and Edmund Billings.
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Anthology Club
The Anthology Club, or Anthology Society (1804-1811) was organized in 1804 in Boston, Massachusetts by the Rev. William Emerson, father of Ralph Waldo Emerson.
It was organized in response to the ...
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Somerset Club
The Somerset Club is a private social club in Boston, Massachusetts, founded perhaps as early as 1826.The original club was informal, without a clubhouse. By the 1830s this had evolved into a group c...
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Union Club of Boston
The Union Club of Boston, founded in 1863, is one of the oldest gentlemen's clubs in the United States. It is located on Beacon Hill, adjacent to the Massachusetts State House. The clubhouse at No. ...
Massachusetts Bicycle Club
The Massachusetts Bicycle Club (est.1879) was a cycling club in Boston, Massachusetts.
The club was founded on January 10, 1879. "We, the undersigned, hereby agree to organize ourselves into a bic...
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Tavern Club (Boston, Massachusetts)
The Tavern Club, 4 Boylston Place in downtown Boston, Massachusetts, is a private social club established in 1884.
The Tavern Club was founded in 1884 by Royal Whitman, T. Adamowski, B.C. Porter, ...
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The Club of Odd Volumes
The Club of Odd Volumes is a private social club and society of bibliophiles founded in 1887, in Boston, Massachusetts.
The club was founded on January 29, 1887 with the following intention: The t...
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Copley Society of Art
The Copley Society of art is America's oldest non-profit art association. It was founded in 1879 by the first graduating class of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts and continues to play an importa...
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The College Club of Boston
The College Club of Boston is a private membership organization founded in 1890 as the first women's college club in the United States. Located in the historic Back Bay of Boston, Massachusetts at 44 ...
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Mercantile Library Association (Boston, Massachusetts)
The Mercantile Library Association (1820-1952) of Boston was an organization dedicated to operating a subscription library, reading room and lecture series. Members included James T. Fields and Edwin ...
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Skating Club of Boston
The Skating Club of Boston is a not-for-profit figure skating club based in Boston, Massachusetts. Formed in 1912, it is one of the oldest skating clubs in the United States, and a founding member of...
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Algonquin Club
The Algonquin Club of Boston is a private social club in Boston, Massachusetts, founded in 1886 by a group including General Charles Taylor. Originally a men's business club, it is now open to men and...
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Chilton Club
The Chilton Club is a private social club established in 1910, located in the Back Bay area of Boston, Massachusetts. Founded by Pauline Revere Thayer, the club was intended in part as a counterpoint ...
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Charitable Irish Society of Boston
The Charitable Irish Society of Boston was founded in 1737 and is the oldest Irish organization in North America. Its early charitable efforts focused around providing temporary loans and assistance ...
Boston Camera Club
The Boston Camera Club is the leading amateur photographic organization serving Boston, Massachusetts and vicinity. Founded in 1881, it offers activities of interest to amateur photographers, particul...
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Beacon Hill Garden Club
The Beacon Hill Garden Club (est. 1928) of Boston, Massachusetts, is a private civic group devoted to green spaces and urban beautification in the neighborhood of Beacon Hill and elsewhere in the city...
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Royal Arcanum
The Supreme Council of the Royal Arcanum, commonly known simply as the Royal Arcanum, is a fraternal benefit society founded in 1877 in Boston, Massachusetts by John A. Cummings and Darius Wilson, who...
Papyrus Club
The Papyrus Club was a literary organization in Boston, Massachusetts. Founded in 1872, and existing until approximately 1923, the Club contained and hosted many of the great literary, and journalist...