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Opened in 1935 by Leroy “Pop” Williams and his brother, Clifton, Club Harlem was one of the most popular destinations on Atlantic City. People from Sammy Davis, Jr., Louis Jordan, the Mills Brothers, and the Club Harlem showgirls, graced the stage of Club Harlem.Read More
Club Harlem was a nightclub at 32 Kentucky Avenue in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Founded in 1935 by Leroy Pop Williams, it was the city's premier club for black jazz performers. Like its Harlem counterpart, the Cotton Club, many of Club Harlem's guests were white, wealthy and eager to experience a ni.Read More
A display of Jazz musicians and dancers is all that remains of Club Harlem. Perhaps the most successful of these entrepreneurs was Madame Sarah Spencer Washington, who came to Atlantic City from Virginia in 1911 and began her Apex News and Hair Company empire in 1920.Read More
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The Magic of Kentucky Avenue Atlantic City was a major center for entertainment long before casinos came to town. The area around Kentucky and Arctic Avenues, “KY and the Curb” as it was known, was the place for visitors and locals to frequent nightclubs that attracted top performers along the East Coast.Read More