The Historic Women's Club Home is an example of Colonial Revival Architecture built in 1906 by Shauck Barlow, an industrialist who rose through the ranks becoming president of Huber Manufacturing. He and his wife Ida bequeathed the home to The Marion County Federation of Women's Clubs upon their death. The Women's Club began in Marion County in 1895 and was part of a national movement to mobilize women to make an impact in their communities by focusing on social issues, voting rights, health, education, legislation, children, literacy and the arts. The home boasts many of its original architectural features including intricate plaster work detailed wood work and fine wall and ceiling coverings.
The home is open for tours upon request and is available as a rental facility for community and family events. A perfect spot for planning your special event!
Features & Amenities
Handicap accessibility, banquet and meeting facility, tours upon request.
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