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Preserving an Architectural Gem

From the classic Georgian exterior to the Tudor and Federal interior, the Engineers Club building is an architectural landmark in Dayton, now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Perhaps what makes this structure most worth preserving is the continuing relevance of the club and the activities of its membership. Learn more >

 

Historic Renovation and Maintenance

In recent years the Engineers Club building has seen significant work. Foundation funds have been used to:

 

Roof Fund

In anticipation of approaching needs, the Board established a separate Roof Fund to save money needed to replace the roof.

 

 

By setting aside money yearly to build an endowment, the foundation has shown fiscal responsibility and long-term vision. We depend on your generous help to keep our gem shining as it approaches its centenary.

Engineers Club Story

Learn about the history of the Engineers Club and its historic building. Watch a 1935 film featuring Charles Kettering, Edward Deeds, and Orville Wright reminiscing in the Club Library.

 

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