Cosmopolitan Club of Philadelphia

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The Cosmopolitan Club of Philadelphia

The Cosmopolitan Club of Philadelphia is a private social club in Philadelphia. It was founded in June 1928 by a group of women from Philadelphia and its surroundings;[1] in January 1930, the members had purchased the lot at 1616 Latimer Street, and oversaw the construction of an Art Deco building.[1]

The members of the Cosmopolitan Club of Philadelphia are all women, and they represent a wide array of ages, races, cultures, interests, skills, professions and affiliations.[1]

They work and volunteer in the community. Thirty-eight of the Club's past and present members have been named Distinguished Daughters of Pennsylvania.[2]

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Coordinates: 39°56′53″N 75°10′05″W / 39.9481°N 75.1681°W / 39.9481; -75.1681

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