The Capitol Hill Club
The Capitol Hill Club has a rich heritage. The concept of
a national social club for Republicans began as the dream of the late
New Jersey Congressman, James C. Auchincloss, in 1950.
Auchincloss and a group of 100 founding members from 22 states
formed the nucleus of what has become the nation's premier political club.
Beginning with the purchase of an historic Capitol Hill property
where the Library of Congress Madison Building stands today, the first
clubhouse opened in 1951.
Eleven years later, the Club moved to more spacious headquarters,
and in 1972 built its present home, just one block from the U.S. Capitol.
From its start, members of the Capitol Hill Club have included
the nation's most powerful people -- Presidents and Vice Presidents, GOP
Members of Congress, governors, state party leaders and influential Republicans
everywhere. We invite you to be among them.
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