The Girls Club in San Francisco, California, also known as Mission Neighborhood Capp St. Center, was built in 1911 in the Bay Area Tradition version of Shingle Style architecture. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.
According to its NRHP nomination:
"The Mission Neighborhood Capp Street Center is significant for the quality of its design and its role in the history of social movements in San Francisco. Built in 1911, the building is an excellent example of the First Bay Tradition. This regional interpretation of the Shingle Style was characterized by the use of shingles and stained wood and picturesque changes in spatial and axial arrangement. Its major practitioners were Ernest Coxhead, Willis Polk, Bernard Maybeck and Julia Morgan. The skillful execution of the design of the Mission Neighborhood Capp Street Center makes it a significant expression of this genre."