We were excited to see the Women’s University Club’s new coffee-table book featured in last week’s Seattle Times. Titled “The First 100 Years: Women’s University Club of Seattle, 1914-2014,” this 112-page, cased and jacketed book gives a detailed look at the Club’s development through each decade. Their coffee-table book beautifully encapsulates the Club’s history, preserving it for the next one hundred years.
The book is also spreading the word about the Women’s University Club. The Seattle Times describes the Club as Seattle’s “best-kept secret.” With their new book, the Club, which fosters a love for learning and civic commitment, steps into the spotlight.
[title size=”2″]iocolor assists with principal photography.[/title]
In addition to printing and pre-press, iocolor was able to help with the principal photography. We visited the Club and captured images of beautiful artwork and other items donated to the Club throughout the years. The image above is an eighteenth-century Japanese screen given to the Club in 1952. Their historic building, located at 1105 Sixth Avenue downtown Seattle, provides a place for the women to build community and further their education as they attend classes on a wide range of topics. The women also give generously of their time and resources to humanitarian causes. For more information on the Club, read the Seattle Times article and visit their website.
We very much enjoyed working with the Women’s University Club. Their book is now available for purchase. Contact 206-623-0402 for more information.
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