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Saturday, March 3, 2018

Seattle Prohibition-Era Jazz Club Art Revealed

Crosscut online magazine recently posted an article titled "Renovation unearths Seattle Prohibition-era jazz club art".

According to the article:
"The Louisa Hotel has stood vacant on 7th Avenue South and King Street in Seattle’s Chinatown International District for more than 50 years. But a new renovation project has unearthed a series of life-sized paintings that offer a colorful glimpse of the city’s nightclub jazz scene from the Prohibition era."

You can read the full article and view additional images here.

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