The Halifax Club
The Halifax Club is a private club in Halifax, Nova Scotia that was established in 1862. The club serves as a meeting place for business-minded men and women. It is a place where they can "meet, toast the day's successes, dine or simply relax in a warm atmosphere of history and tradition." The Club has a substantial art collection including a self-portrait of Benjamin West and a painting by Robert Field. The Club was built by George Lang.
Halifax Club by George Lang (builder)
Benjamin West - Self Portrait
Sir George Prevost, Lt. Gov. of NS (1808-1811) by Robert Field
- The Halifax Club 1862-1987 (1986)
- The rules of the Halifax Club: established January 20th, 1862 (1863)