Pacific Club is exclusive and invitation only club, but it also holds some interesting history for Hawaii.
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“The Mission of The Pacific Club is to be the gathering place where members, their families and guests flourish in gracious and accommodating island surroundings.”
Pacific Club was founded in 1851 as The Mess, on Maunakea Street. In 1867, the club was known as The British Club. Kamehameha V became a member in 1870. The British Club changed to the name Pacific Club in 1892. Princess Kaiulani died at age 23, in 1899. In 1926 The Pacific Club bought old Cleghorn Estate on Queen Emma Street. The very first meeting on this location was held on October 10, 1941.
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