Worcester Tennis Club

    tennis club
  • a club of people to play tennis
  • A recreational facility containing one or more tennis courts and may contain accessory uses such as administrative offices, or locker rooms (For Tennis Clubs seeking an alcoholic beverage permit, see Section 6.11.11).
    worcester
  • an industrial and university city in central Massachusetts to the west of Boston
  • An industrial and college city in central Massachusetts, on the Blackstone River; pop. 172,648
  • a cathedral city in west central England on the River Severn
  • United States lexicographer who was accused of plagiarism by Noah Webster (1784-1865)
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Cebra Tennis Club record book: Page 169
Cebra Tennis Club record book: Page 169
Title: Cebra Tennis Club record book: Page 169 Creator: Cebra Tennis Club Date: 1915-1945 Source: Collection 9800.009 Cebra Tennis Club records File name: 9800009_169 Rights: Rights status not evaluated Citation: Cebra Tennis Club records, Collection #9800.009, City of Boston Archives, Boston.
Cebra Tennis Club record book: Page 190
Cebra Tennis Club record book: Page 190
Title: Cebra Tennis Club record book: Page 190 Creator: Cebra Tennis Club Date: 1915-1945 Source: Collection 9800.009 Cebra Tennis Club records File name: 9800009_190 Rights: Rights status not evaluated Citation: Cebra Tennis Club records, Collection #9800.009, City of Boston Archives, Boston.
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