Welcome to our Landmark Building

The Nineteenth Century Charitable Association's beautiful Oak Park Landmark building at 178 Forest Avenue has served our communities since its construction in 1928. It was designed by architect James L. Fyfe and a recent Village of Oak Park document notes it is also designated as a "Contributing Resource within the Frank Lloyd Wright-Prairie School of Architecture Historic District."

The Board, with the approval of the membership, formed a new Illinois charitable corporation known as The Nineteenth Century Charitable Association in 2010. The NCCA was formed as the umbrella for all charitable activities of The Nineteenth Century Club. NCCA has assumed all responsibilities for the much needed charitable activities formerly provided by the Club.

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