The Reform Club

c. 1890

Dale Street, Liverpool

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Club-Land, 65

"Until 1877 there was no club of any importance in Liverpool. . . . Politics had had no club life up to 1877, when twenty leading Liberals (to-day they are known as Liberal Unionists, for the Reform Club is Hartington to the backbone) subscribed funds for the erection of a club-house to be called The Reform." [Continued below]

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