Friday, March 1, 2013

Picture Day Friday: White's Gentlemen's Club London

The gentlemen's club for aristocratic Londoners was established in 1693 in St. James square by an Italian named Francesco Bianco (AKA "Francis White"). The first address was at 4 Chesterfield Street and it later moved to 37-38 St James's Street, where it acquired its famous bow window (of Beau Brummell fame) and its equally famous betting book for wagers placed by members.


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