The Ivy Club at Princeton

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2008-09-01

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Founded in 1879 The Ivy Club is the oldest eating club at Princeton University, and it is "still considered the most prestigious" by its members. Some of it members included: - James A. Baker III Chief of Staff for Ronald Reagan; Secretary of Treasury - Leonard S. Coleman, Jr. president of the National League - Bill Ford Ford Motor Company - Arthur Krock four-time Pulitzer Prize�winning journalist - Richard King Mellon financier, banker, and philanthropist - Laurance Rockefeller - Saud bin Faisal bin Abdul Aziz Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister - Arthur Hawley Scribner president of publisher Charles Scribner's Sons - Booth Tarkington Pulitzer Prize winning novelist and - President Woodrow Wilson

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The Ivy Club at Princeton, The Ivy Club, Princeton Eating Club, Private Club at Princeton University, Campus of Princeton University, Princeton University, Ivy League, University, Princeton, Mercer County, The Delaware Region, New Jersey, NJ, Jersey, The Garden State, U.S. Historic district Contributing property

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