Lubbock Women’s Club

2020 Broadway
Lubbock, TX 79401

(806) 763-6448

(806) 762-5827



Starting in 1944, several women’s organizations met to coordinate their community improvement efforts. In February 1945, 22 groups became charter members of the Lubbock women’s club. After meeting at members’ homes, Texas Technological College and other sites, the club bought the former plains funeral home building as their headquarters in 1949. Built in 1941 by contractor J. J. McLoen, the two-story, brick veneer building has a full-façade porch and Doric columns. The club has made additions as it has grown, holding its own functions, hosting other events and serving its neighbors and community.

Lubbock Women’s Club
Colonial revival structure constructed 1941 as the Plains Funeral Home. Purchased 1949 by the Lubbock Women’s Club for $50,000. Has since been used as a meeting place for the various women’s organizations belonging to the club. The building stands prominently located in an area of the city’s early growth and development. The member organizations have contributed significantly to the social and cultural life of Lubbock.

Facility Information

  • Meeting Rooms: 8
  • Total Square Feet: 12000.00
  • Banquet Capacity: 300


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