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The Union League of Philadelphia

140 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19102

The Union League of Philadelphia
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The Union League was established in 1862 to promote loyalty to the Union and the policies of Abraham Lincoln. The classic French Renaissance-styled League House dates back to 1865 and is listed in the National Historic Register.

The traditional interior decor is accented in rich leather, patinated wood and polished marble. Adorning the walls and hallways is the League's distinguished art collection.

Historically, only gentlemen were permitted to join the organization, but now over 3,000 men and women between the ages of 21 and 98 make up the membership of the Union League.

The Union League building is now mainly used as a four diamond hotel called The Inn at the League.

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