September 30


Help Ladies Literary Club

By Jana Hassett

September 30, 2019

Ladies Club

The elegant Ladies’ Literary Clubhouse on South Temple in Salt Lake City, built in 1913 to host readings, recitals and parties, is competing for a portion of a $2 million grant for historic preservation

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Now known as Clubhouse on South Temple, the building would become “truly accessible to all communities for the first time in its history” if it wins a grant to repair its sinking front porch and stairs and add a wheelchair ramp, according to its entry in Partners in Preservation: Main Streets.

Supporters can vote online, submitting up to five votes a day, through Oct. 29 at, according to a news release. The contest, organized by the National Trust for Historic Preservation and American Express, is celebrating women’s history in honor of the upcoming 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment.

Jana Hassett

About the author

Retired Congressional Aide, Coach, Mentor and Grant Writer, Jana advocates for everyone having an elevator speech. She currently serves as Business Coach for the Ms. Biz program at the Women's Business Center of Utah, Cedar City. She's been writing blogs since 2006 and enjoys journaling.
"Passing It On" is her WHY, in honor of all those that mentored and guided her journery over the years.

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