Maggy Lewis ClubHouse Oral History Interview.

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The importance and physical experience of the music at the ClubHouse. Party at the end of the universe. Friday Nights--straight nights. Saturday Nights---gay nights. HIV/AIDS. Inner city AIDS Network/Us Helping US. Punch----acid. The layout of the ClubHouse. Music over the span of the night. DJ Tito. Children’s Hour. Catered for Us Helping Us----had to change the recipes due to HIV/AIDS affecting the community. Paul Butler.

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Native Washingtonian
Age 65
A Place Like No Other
Thinking About Your Love
You Can’t Hide Your Love
Come Make You Feel Good
Years went 1977
Power of the music
Children’s Hour
Outfit/ fashion model
It didn’t discriminate
Non-member
Dancing
People sick coming with AIDS
Drugs
I CAN
Larry – Baltimore hustler
Ron Simmons
Catered for US HELPING US

Date

Date Created

2020

Format

Digital Recording , transcription available upon request

Medium

Oral History, and Transcription

Language

English

Type

Rights Holder

The Rainbow History Project

Citation

Delan Ellington, “Maggy Lewis ClubHouse Oral History Interview.,” Rainbow History Project Digital Collections, accessed June 25, 2024, https://archives.rainbowhistory.org/items/show/1641.

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