Print, Photographic
Arlington Club Dance at Harmony Hall or Harmoney Hall. Material: paper. Size: 3 1/2" x 5 1/2". Description: black and white postcard photograph of the Arlington Club Dance, Harmony Hall, Waseca, Minn.; print on front of postcard: "Arlington Club Dance, Harmony Hall 2-22-09, Waseca Minn."; pictured is a large hall decorated with twisted crepe paper streamers, chairs line the side walls, and a stage at the back with a man standing next to a table or sign.
Arlington Club was a young men's social club in Waseca at the turn of the 20th century. The club was organized about 1903 and disbanded after WWI in 1918. They met in the basement meeting room of the First National Bank at 100 North State Street, Waseca, Minn. See Waseca Journal - Radical 15 May 1918 for more information. The WCHS has the complete dinner set of china used by the club. Waseca organization: Arlington Club.