Southern Pines vicinity, NC
No longer standing
Architectural Record (June 1924).
As Russell Whitehead pointed out in Architectural Record, June 1924, Embury met the challenge of planning a relatively small country club on a then barren site by creating what Whitehead considered “the loveliest small clubhouse in America.” The multi-gabled, 1 1/2-story masonry building had a “lovely color scheme which gives to the club an air of joyousness,” including the sandy buff stuccoed walls, accents of sandstone and red brick, and “amusing” metal cornices, doors, and other elements in blues and greens. How long it continued in use remains to be determined.