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The Whalehead Club is a historic structure in Corolla, North Carolina. It was originally built as a private residence for Mr. and Mrs. Edward Collings Knight in 1925. Mr. Knight was an executive for the Pennsylvania Railroad and American Sugar Refinery, and is simply one of the wealthiest visitors of the Outer Banks. They chose the location along the Atlantic flyway to better enjoy their passion for waterfowl hunting.

Today, the Whalehead Club is a historic house museum. It features the house as a spectacular example of the Art Noveau style of architecture and design. Aside from the National Historic Registry listed house, the Whalehead Club is also home to several other historic structures and sites like the Historic Corolla Village and the Currituck Heritage Park.
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