Members reading in library of The Harvard Club. New York, 1940, photographed by Alfred Eisenstaedt.
Many architectural observers consider Harvard Hall to be the finest clubroom in the Western Hemisphere, if not the world. With its three-story high ceiling and rich, dark paneling, it is truly a special place. Besides Harvard Hall, the 1905 addition also contained a Grill Room, a new Library, a meeting room, a billiard room, and two floors of bedrooms.
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