Edith's Clam House - A Jazz Speakeasy - Was Here
African American History Bars and Taverns, Night Clubs Jazz LGBTQ Restaurants Speakeasies
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.

Publication date Jun 24, 2018
Property ID: 691
Updated on: Sep 12, 2019

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.

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