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Women's Club of Hollywood


Women's Club of Hollywood

1749 North La Brea Hollywood CA 90046

Events at this venue were rated 4.1 by 13 members.

The Hollywood Women's Club building was orginally built as the Hollywood School for Girls, where Jean Harlow attended 8th grade.

Athough the The Woman's Club of Hollywood was organized as a service club on April15, 1905, the first meeting in the "Clubhouse," located at 1749 La Brea Avenue, was in 1949. One of the original buildings, the “Little Theatre”, was renamed Hospitality House. It was to be used for meetings of Shakespeare and Browning Groups and Board of Directors' meetings. The Hospitality House still stands today and is used by acting groups as it was in the past. The Cultural Heritage Commission of the City of Los Angeles recognized the Clubhouse in 1994 as a Historical Monument. In 1993 the Metro Red Line belt the subway tunnels under the Clubhouse and purchased property to the south of the home to dig shafts to service the tunnels with steel and concrete.

The Woman's Club of Hollywood has a rich and interesting history, has hosted a myriad of activities.

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Map and Directions

The Hollywood Women's Club is located between Franklin and Hollywood on the west side of the street.

Handicap Information

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