Lincoln Woman's Club celebrates building's centennial -- Album 1
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At the November meeting of the Lincoln Woman's Club, there was a ceremony celebrating the 100th birthday of their building. Originally built by John M. Deal as a Jewish temple, the building was purchased by the club in 1927.

The Lincoln Woman's Club began in 1896 with 85 original members and has had a storied and active role in the community since the organization's inception.

Pictures by Mike Fak 


is important to maintain the history of the club.


Everyone wore either a hat or pearls or both to the meeting.


There was a good attendance for the historic day.

The club does an exceptional job of documenting their history.


A banner hangs over the fireplace on stage in the building.



Lincoln Mayor Keith Snyder congratulated the club on their long-standing service to the community.




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