The ClubHouse Collection 1

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The ClubHouse Collection 1

Description

Images and other resources related to The ClubHouse, 1975-1990. Opened in 1975 by Aundrea and Paulette Scott, John Eddy, Chasten Morell, and Rainey Cheeks, The ClubHouse provided the central focus of African-American gay DC social life for 15 years.

Access Rights

<span>Some items available online. </span><br /><br /><span>All other items open to </span><a href="https://rainbowhistory.omeka.net/contact" target="_blank" rel="noreferrer noopener">RHP members by appointment only.</a>

Alternative Title

<a href="https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_yi0jp1QrdJ7zmqj9UinHUb6EZv6ZpgFJc7Maed6Io4/edit?usp=sharing"><span style="font-weight:400;">Paul Butler's The ClubHouse Art Collection</span></a><br />Collection #1<br />The ClubHouse Records, 1975-1990

Collection Items

1296 Upshur St. NW, Washington, D.C.
Exterior view of The Clubhouse, 1296 Upshur St. NW, Washington, D.C.

Club house : poem
Poem about the ClubHouse by Ernestine, 1978.

Letter from Tito
Playlist created by Tyrone "Tito" Robinson

DC Democratic Party Carter-Mondale cocktail party
Photograph of attendees at the DC Democratic Party Carter-Mondale cocktail party held at the ClubHouse, circa 1980.

Flyer advertising special events to be held at The ClubHouse in conjunction with the October 14, 1980 March on Washington.

Advertisement of special prices for the evening of Saturday, October 13, 1979 in celebration of the March on Washington's Third World Conference on Lesbians and Gays.

Flyer announcing forum organized by the Whitman-Walker Clinic and the D.C. Coalition of Black Gays on AIDS and its impact on the African American gay community.
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