Wamsutta Club

427 County Street
New Bedford, MA 02740
1,781 views

Related

The Wamsutta Club is located in the heart of New Bedford, a city rich in tradition and history. In 1866, Charles Warren Clifford organized an athletic club to play a new version of baseball. That was the beginning of the Wamsutta Club. The Club soon evolved into a social club. As the Club grew, it made several moves to acquire more space. Former locations include the old Ricketson block of Purchase Street, the old Masonic Building at Pleasant and Union Streets, and after being formally chartered in 1889, the former Perry House at Union and County Streets. The present location, long one of New Bedford’s landmarks, had been built in 1821 by James Arnold. After the death of his widow in 1919, the Wamsutta Club purchased the Arnold Mansion. Two large wings were added on the north and south, and squash courts were added on the west side, in a basement addition. ...
read more

comments powered by Disqus
Support All About Jazz Through Amazon

Weekly Giveaways

Mort Weiss

Mort Weiss

About | Enter

Rotem Sivan

Rotem Sivan

About | Enter

Michael Carvin

Michael Carvin

About | Enter

Steve Wilson/Lewis Nash

Steve Wilson/Lewis Nash

About | Enter

Promote live jazz in Massachusetts

Jazz Near You connects musicians and presenters with fans.
We also build active jazz communities.

NewsPhotosMusiciansTeachers

Add Or Upload Events

Enter it twice.
To the weekly jazz events calendar

Enter the numbers in the graphic
Enter the code in this picture

Log in

One moment, you will be redirected shortly.

A musician was found with a matching name

Name:

Birthday:

Instrument:

Is this you?