Here's an example of something that shows up in some movies, and which is pretty much dead as a doornail in modern history. The big men's social club.1880 The Cheyenne Club incorporated.
The Cheyenne Club was a legendary early Cheyenne institution, with many significant Wyoming figures visiting the club, depicted here in as the second building from the right in the row of significant Cheyenne buildings. It was ornately furnished and courtly conduct was expected within it. By some accounts, plans for the Johnson County War were developed there, although that is not necessarily undisputed.
I don't know when the Cheyenne Club passed on, but I'm sure it was eons ago. Most modern ranchers wouldn't think of joining such a thing, the costs alone would be prohibitive. It says something about the cattle industry of the era. I suppose the most modern comparable thing would be institutions like Casper's Petroleum Club, which was founded by oilmen, but that's not really comparable really.