The Cosmopolitan Club of Philadelphia
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Founded in 1928, The Cosmopolitan Club, where cosmopolitan women connect, occupies an historic Art Deco clubhouse on a charming Center City Philadelphia street.

Each year it provides scores of guest speakers, several dozen artists' shows, and plentiful other activities and trips to fascinate its diverse and intellectually curious members. Those members represent the broadest range of professionals and volunteers who over the years have included dozens of Distinguished Daughters of Pennsylvania and Gimbel Award Honorees.

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Founded in 1928, The Cosmopolitan Club, where cosmopolitan women connect, occupies an historic Art Deco clubhouse on a charming Center City Philadelphia street.

Each year it provides scores of guest speakers, several dozen artists' shows, and plentiful other activities and trips to fascinate its diverse and intellectually curious members. Those members represent the broadest range of professionals and volunteers who over the years have included dozens of Distinguished Daughters of Pennsylvania and Gimbel Award Honorees.

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