by Anne E. Krulikowski, Assistant Professor of History, West Chester University
Sunday, December 4 at 2:00 p.m.
Union League Golf Club at Torresdale
3801 Grant Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19114
$15 for SAH members, $20 for non-members.
Light refreshments will be served.
Advance registration and pre-payment required. Space is limited.
Registration and questions by email at email@example.com or by phone at 610-566-2342. Once your registration is confirmed, please mail your check to William V. Kriebel, Phila SAH Treasurer, 1923 Manning Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
The Golden Age of the American Country Club extended from the 1890s to the Great Crash of 1929. These suburban institutions originated from several sources, including men’s city clubs and resort casinos. The great suburban migration beginning in the 1890s increased the popularity of the sporting life for entire families. Country club design became a notable part of some architectural practices and national architectural journals began featuring clubhouse designs and plans. Clubhouse exteriors represented mainly traditional styles, while floor plans reflected gender roles, class hierarchies, and social values.
While not as formal as the Union League on Broad Street, the Golf Club requests that you wear business casual.