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I just discovered this very interesting blog post by Sam Allingham . Check out Sing Ho, the Franklin Inn Club!.

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Sing Ho, the Franklin Inn Club!
Sing Ho, the Franklin Inn Club!
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Contrary to popular belief, you do not need to have won a Nobel, or even a Pulitzer, to qualify for membership in The Franklin Inn Club. True, anyone interested in Philadelphia’s literary, artistic, or intellectual life is welcome. http://ow.ly/NYmM30iqWmT
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Did you know that that in 1980, The Franklin Inn took the then-extraordinary step of extending membership to women—the first private Philadelphia club to go co-ed.
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The Franklin Inn Club was founded in 1902 at 1218 Chancellor Street when nine Philadelphia cultural leaders met at the University Club to create a permanent city setting for the pleasures of dining and conversation.
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Hear Tomorrow’s Opera Stars Today. March 11TH, 2018 AT 3:00 p.m. Cathedral Village, with the sponsorship of Bill Carey. In Memory of Ann Carey Presents a Recital By resident artists at @AVAOPERA . Featuring @tenormackenzie , Luke Housner, Hannah Ludwig
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The Franklin Inn Club has played a role in the cultural life of Philadelphia for more than a century. The Club promotes conversation among its members and guests about local, national and international events and cultural matters.
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The Franklin Inn Club originally limited its membership to published writers and illustrators. The “publish or perish” requirement for membership was gradually removed so that today the club welcomes members with interests in many fields.
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The Franklin Inn Club is a cozy urban oasis where lovers of arts and culture have gathered for meals and camaraderie for more than a century.
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Did you know that early members wrote and produced plays, masques, musicals, and other theatrical productions—a tradition that the Club recently revived in connection with the FringeArts .
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Did you know that the Franklin Inn Club was founded in 1902 at 1218 Chancellor Street when nine Philadelphia cultural leaders met at the University Club to create a permanent city setting for the pleasures of dining and conversation. http://ow.ly/dqeI30ikW3p
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