South Ebell Club building, 7101 S. Menlo St., Los Angeles, October 2, 1930

South Ebell Club building, 7101 S. Menlo St., Los Angeles, October 2, 1930The Ebell of Los Angeles is a club formed in 1894 by women for women. I knew of their magnificent building on Wilshire Blvd but didn’t know they had another club as well. This is the South Ebell Club building located at 7101 S. Menlo Street, south of downtown LA—I love the detailing! This photo is dated October 2, 1930. Miraculously, the building is still there, but these days it’s a church called Yahweh’s House of Prayer & Worship For All People.

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2 Responses to South Ebell Club building, 7101 S. Menlo St., Los Angeles, October 2, 1930

  1. PDQ says:

    Ebell Clubs existed in Santa Paula, Anaheim, Long Beach, Inglewood, Highland Park, Hancock Park and apparently this location too. There may have been more. That’s all I could find.