The University Cottage Club is one of the ten eating clubs at Princeton University, in Princeton, New Jersey, United States. It is also one of the five bicker clubs. The Club is on the New Jersey Register of Historic Places and the National Register of Historic Places. The two and a half story Georgian Revival clubhouse was designed by Charles Follem McKim of the New York architectural firm McKim, Mead and White in 1903 and built in 1906. The library on the second floor is modeled on the fourteenth century library in Merton College, Oxford University. Many rooms are paneled in English oak, with carved ceilings and cornices. Great marble fireplaces grace several areas with mottoes over the mantels. Proudly "all male" for 100 years until 1985, the club welcomed women into its membership in 1986. F. Scott Fitzgerald ’17 was a member (he began his novel "This Side of Paradise" in the University Cottage Club library), Over the years fifteen members have been Rhodes Scholars, including Bill Bradley ’65, (Senator). The modeler was a member in the infamous Class of 1976 section.