1. American Club (Kohler, Wis. The American Club: A Heritage and History Remembered. [Kohler, Wis.}: Kohler Co.; 1993. [34] p. : ill. (some col.) . Notes: Published for the seventy-fifth anniversary of the building known as the American Club (which was constructed in 1918 in the village of Kohler, Wisconsin), this publication reviews and celebrates the history and purpose of the club built and operated by the Kohler Company to serve as housing for the many workers at the company who were new immigrants to the United States. Everything about the American Club was designed to promote the ‘Americanization’ of the new immigrants and instill patriotism for their newly-adopted land. While the club continued to operate for many years serving its original purpose as worker housing, the demand for such dormitory-style housing significantly dropped throughout the years, so that, when the building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978, the club was closed for three years to be extensively re-modelled, re-opening in 1981 as a luxury hotel. Now known as the American Club Resort–winning five-star and five-diamond ratings–the resort is still in operation today inviting guests to come and “experience world-class accommodations with country elegance” (www.americanclubresort.com).Of special note in the volume is the list–contained on the back endpapers of the volume–providing the names of “Immigrants who took out first papers while living at The American Club.”