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The following is a list of notable traditional gentlemen's clubs in the United Statesincluding those that are now defunct.
Historically, these clubs were exclusively for men,  but most though not all now admit women. Others, which are well respected, have developed in such major cities as Pittsburgh, Chicago, and San Francisco.
Old money prevails over new money as the Rockefeller family experience suggests. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Aristocracy of birth is replaced by an aristocracy of ballot. Morgan belonged to nineteen clubs in all; Vanderbilt, to fifteen; Harriman, to fourteen. The following progress is characteristic: John D. Rockefeller 3rd, Knickerbocker Club. Thus is the American aristocracy recruited. The traditional gentlemen's club originated in London in particular the St. James's area in the 18th century as a successor to coffeehouses.
While most major American cities today have at least one gentlemen's club, they California strip club directory most prevalent in older cities, especially those on the East Coast. Also as detailed below, New York City contains more than any other American city, including the Yale Club of New York Citythe largest traditional gentlemen's club in the world.
Louisand the Olympic Club in San Francisco. Similarly, the Jonathan Club in Los Angeles functions as a traditional gentlemen's club in one location and a beach club in another. Because the term "gentlemen's club" is commonly used in the United States to refer euphemistically to strip clubstraditional gentlemen's clubs often are referred to as "men's clubs" or "city clubs" as opposed to country clubs or simply as "private social clubs" or just "private clubs".
For other meanings and nuances of the word "club", see club. The Marines Memorial Club. The University Club of San Francisco. The Army and Navy Club. The Arts Club of Washington. The Metropolitan Club. The National Press Club. The Washington Club. The Quadrangle Club. The University Club of Chicago.
The Portland Club. The Lanam Club. The Club of Odd Volumes. The Harvard Club of Boston. The Tavern Club. The Tennis and Racquet Club. The Yorick Club The Miscowaubik Club. The Detroit Athletic Club. The Harmonie Club The Players. The Kansas City Athletic Club The Missouri Athletic Club. The Prospect House Club. The University Club of Albany. The Collectors Club of New York. The Down Town Association. The Downtown Athletic Club The Engineers Club The Friars' Club.
The Harvard Club of New York. The New York Athletic Club. The Princeton Club of New York. The Racquet and Tennis Club.
The University Club of New York. The University Club of Rochester The Fort Schuyler Club. The Cincinnati Athletic Club. The Cincinnati Club The Literary Club of Cincinnati. The Phoenix Club The Cleveland Athletic Club The Athletic Club of Columbus. The Engineers Club of Dayton. The University Club of Portland. The University Club of Bethlehem. The Philadelphia Club. The Poor Richard Club The Princeton Club The Racquet Club of Philadelphia. The Union League of Philadelphia. The Concordia Club The Pittsburgh Athletic Association.
The University Club of Pittsburgh. The Arctic Club The College Club of Seattle The College Club of Seattle —present. The Washington Athletic Club. The Milwaukee Athletic Club. Wikimedia list article.
The Berkeley City Club. The Ingomar Club. The California Club. The Bohemian Club. The Olympic Club. The Pacific-Union Club. The Denver Athletic Club. The Hartford Club. Mory's Association. The Capitol Hill Club. The City Tavern Club. The Cosmos Club. The Capital City Club. The Chicago Club.
The Columbia Club. The Outing Club. The Pendennis Club. The Johns Hopkins Club.California strip club directory
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