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Edith's Clam House - A Jazz Speakeasy - Was Here


Edith's Clam House - A Jazz Speakeasy - Was Here

The New York Times' F.Y.I. column on 3/17/13, at Metro. p.2., discussed jazz speakeasies, based on a book, David Freeland's Automats, Taxi Dances and Vaudeville: Excavating Manhattan's Lost Places of Leisure (2009). Of this place, it said: this was a gay-friendly place with the off-color singer Gladys Bentley.


Location: Edith's Clam House (in the 1920s) , 146 West 133rd St., New York, New York, 10030, United States
Listing Category: African American History, Bars and Taverns, Night Clubs, Jazz, LGBTQ, Restaurants, Speakeasies
Virtual / Real: Virtual
Created Date: 06-24-2018

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Name : plaquemaster
Email : sjkc0072@aol.com
Comments : I read an article on the auction of the original pen-and-brush artwork for the A Night-Club Map of Harlem poster, 1932, by E. Simms Campbell. It sold for $100,000, according to the Maine Antique Digest, June 2016, at 9C, 10C. Gladys Clam House is on it, and after some Web research, Im beginning to think that Ediths is also Gladys, named after blues singer Gladys Bentley.
Date : 2016-06-17

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