Billiard room converted into Lady's Annex.
The Pacific Club buys old Cleghorn estate on Queen Emma Street.
Pacific and University Clubs merge as The Pacific Club. First meeting of new Club held October 10.
Pacific Club names emergency war committee, cancels New Year's party, authorizes air raid shelters on grounds.
Pacific Club centennial celebrated. Service begins at pool terrace (grill and pavilion added the following year).
Art Committee recommends relaxing racial policy. Denied by membership.
Hawaii granted statehood. First jets arrive. Club member William F. Quinn becomes first elected governor of the new state. Contract signed for new clubhouse without cottages. Groundbreaking held.
Vladimir Ossipoff receives Hawaii Society AIA award for design of clubhouse. Mortgage burned; Club clears debt.
Racial policy scrapped. Philip Ching and Asa Akinaka join Club.
Tiare Terrace built.
Eileen Anderson, first woman mayor of Honolulu, elected honorary member. She returns membership in 1982 because of Club's stand against women members.
State legislature threatens with “Pacific Club Bill.” Members vote 70-30 in favor of admitting women.
After long years of debate, Club welcomes Andrea L. Simpson as first woman member.
Men's and Women's locker and weight building constructed.
The Pacific Club admitted as a member of Distinguished Clubs of the World, an organization of 22 major metropolitan clubs, each at least 100 years old.
Gail Ann Chew elected first woman member of Board of Governors. Card Room opened to all members, men and women alike.
Membership passed 1,000 mark.