Clef Club (Q5131072)

  • matcher place: Manhattan (way 400014249), New York (relation 175905), Manhattan (relation 2552485), Manhattan Community Board 10 (relation 7339673), Manhattan (relation 8186559), Harlem (relation 8398081), Manhattan (relation 8398124)
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  • English Wikipedia categories: 1910 establishments in New York (state), Harlem, Music venue stubs, Music venues in New York City
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Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Clef Club was a popular entertainment venue and society for African-American musicians in Harlem, achieving its largest success in the 1910s. Incorporated by James Reese Europe in 1910, it was a combination musicians' hangout, fraternity club, labor exchange, and concert hall, across the street from Marshall's Hotel. In its best years, the Clef Club's annual take exceeded $100,000.

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