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us: Elizabethan Club (Yale University)


  • ["Founded in 1911, by Alexander Smith Cochran, Yale Class of 1896, the Elizabethan Club of Yale University is a private club that maintains a library and serves as a meeting place for conversation and discussion relating to literature and the arts. The Elizabethan Club is located near the center of the Yale University campus in an early nineteenth-century house that was part of the founder's original gift. Membership in the Elizabethan Club, by invitation only, includes undergraduates, graduate students, Yale University faculty and staff."--Elizabethan Club Website, July 30, 2013.]

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    • us: Yale University. Elizabethan Club
    • us: Elizabethan Club of Yale University
    • us: Yale Elizabethan Club
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  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Yale University. Elizabethan Club
  • Sources

    • found: Thomas Heywood, Robert Greene, and others, 2013: cover (Elizabethan Club of Yale University)
    • found: "The Elizabethan Club [website], July 30, 2013: About the Club page (founded 1911 by Alexander Yale Cochran, class of 1896, the Elizabethan Club of Yale University is a private club that maintains a library and serves as a meeting place for conversation and the arts. Address: The Elizabethan Club, 459 College St., New Haven, CT 06511; membership is invitation only and includes Yale undergraduate students, faculty, and staff.)
    • found: OCLC, July 30, 2013 (usage: Elizabethan Club, Yale Elizabethan Club, Elizabethan Club of Yale University)
  • General Notes

    • ["Founded in 1911, by Alexander Smith Cochran, Yale Class of 1896, the Elizabethan Club of Yale University is a private club that maintains a library and serves as a meeting place for conversation and discussion relating to literature and the arts. The Elizabethan Club is located near the center of the Yale University campus in an early nineteenth-century house that was part of the founder's original gift. Membership in the Elizabethan Club, by invitation only, includes undergraduates, graduate students, Yale University faculty and staff."--Elizabethan Club Website, July 30, 2013.]
  • Change Notes

    • 1982-01-26: new
    • 2013-07-31: revised
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