Taken June 18, 2009, The Miami Woman's Club announced it was embarking on a $12 million restoration of the historic 1926 Miami landmark clubhouse. Progress has stalled. Kathleen Murphy, left, Linda Joseph, Noreen Timoney, president of the Miami Woman's Club; Commissioner Joe Sanchez, and Bea Hines, far right.
Taken June 18, 2009, The Miami Woman's Club announced it was embarking on a $12 million restoration of the historic 1926 Miami landmark clubhouse. Progress has stalled. Kathleen Murphy, left, Linda Joseph, Noreen Timoney, president of the Miami Woman's Club; Commissioner Joe Sanchez, and Bea Hines, far right. CARL JUSTE MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Taken June 18, 2009, The Miami Woman's Club announced it was embarking on a $12 million restoration of the historic 1926 Miami landmark clubhouse. Progress has stalled. Kathleen Murphy, left, Linda Joseph, Noreen Timoney, president of the Miami Woman's Club; Commissioner Joe Sanchez, and Bea Hines, far right. CARL JUSTE MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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