Travis Logue Selected As Trustee For The Santa Barbara Club Preservation Foundation
- Written by Rogers Sheffield & Campbell
- Published: 10 June 2016
Travis C. Logue was recently selected to serve as Trustee of the Santa Barbara Club Preservation Foundation, a nonprofit public benefit corporation engaged in charitable and educational activities.
Its purposes include educating and informing the public by acquiring, restoring, preserving, and maintaining historically and/or architecturally significant buildings and structures in and around Santa Barbara County, including the historic clubhouse and surrounding structures of the Santa Barbara Club. The Foundation’s Board of Trustees has set as its highest priority ensuring the long-term preservation of the Club’s historic structures while also fulfilling the Foundation’s community-wide mission.
Built in 1904 and designed by architect Francis Wilson, the clubhouse has been a social meeting place for distinguished residents of Santa Barbara and their guests, including Frederick Remington, Andrew Carnegie, Edward Borein, and George Washington Smith. It is located within the El Pueblo Viejo Historic District and, in 2014, the City of Santa Barbara recognized the clubhouse as a local historic landmark.
The Santa Barbara Club, founded in 1892, is cloaked in history and tradition. It is believed to be the oldest social club between San Francisco and Los Angeles.
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