Westbrook Outing Club Clubhouse

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Title

Westbrook Outing Club Clubhouse

Subject

Description

Photo of the original Westbrook Outing Club. On the Fourth of July, 1902, the new clubhouse was formally opened. The Mansfield News wrote that “no finer constructed clubhouse and no more elegantly designed summer house is to be found anywhere than at the Westbrook links.” Henry Weaver drew up the plans for the structure, which included a “spacious kitchen, roomy toilets for both ladies and gentlemen, a large parlor with old-fashioned fireplace at the west side, and a broad portico extending around the north and east sides.”

Creator

Unknown

Publisher

Unknown

Date

1902-1907

Rights

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Relation

https://www.mrcpl.org/upload/sherman_room/dpla_thumbnails/p-649b.jpg

Format

JPG

Language

Enlish

Type

Image

Identifier

P-649B

Coverage

Mansfield, Richland County, Ohio

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Citation

Unknown, “Westbrook Outing Club Clubhouse,” The Sherman Room Archives, accessed September 21, 2020, https://shermanroom.omeka.net/items/show/679.