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14 West Hamilton Street Club's Diversity Policy

The West Hamilton Street Club, a group of Baltimoreans who enjoy good company, lively conversation, and excellent meals, was formed in 1925. Since 1936, it has occupied the historic row house at 14 West Hamilton Street in Baltimore’s Mount Vernon district.

The Club draws members from a variety of professions and avocations including medicine, law, journalism, architecture, the arts, education, and scholarship, along with members of Baltimore’s business and civic communities. It is the policy of the Club to encourage a diverse membership of highly qualified individuals regardless of gender, age, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, and viewpoints. The West Hamilton Street Club was the first social club in the Mount Vernon neighborhood with both men and women as regular members.​

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