Wednesday, January 23, 2013

The Men's Club - Part Two

Yesterday, I posted some photos for the man in my life - a little nod to his masculine design sensibilities.  He looked at the post and said, "Oh yeah! These are rockin'." Today, I wanted to share a real men's club with you - a home tour I found via the New York Times.

What is it: The Historic Harmony Club, built in 1909
What was it: A Men's Club founded by prominent Jewish men, then an Elks club in the 1930's, then boarded up and abandoned for 40 years
Where is it: Selma, Alabama
How big is it: 20,000 square feet

Read the full story HERE.

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Laurel Stephens said...

This defines the old saying, good bones. Imagine this gorgeous building standing empty for 40 years!

Moon to Moon said...

What a fab place!! I have seen that bathroom on Pinterest and wondered where it was...