Dancers at Harlem's Cotton Club

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1936 Cab Calloway and his orchestra with the Cotton Club Chorus at the Cotton Club

Cotton Club: The Cotton Club, pictured, was a famous jazz music night club located in Harlem, New York City, and operated from 1923 to 1940

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The Cotton Club might be Harlem’s most famous jazz nightclub. Nightclubs began to develop during the most popular in New York's Harlem neighborhood. Nightclubs were a way for african american artists to express themselves through writing, art, and music.

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The Cotton Club was one of the most famous nightclubs in history. The original Cotton Club was located on 644 Lenox Avenue, New York and owned by Former heavyweight boxing champion Jack Johnson.

Hi-Hi-De-Ho!  Theatrical poster for Cab Calloway and his Cotton Club Orchestra, Harlem, NYC. 1930's.   Vintage African American photography courtesy of Black History Album, The Way We Were.De-Ho!

Cab Calloway and His Cotton Club Orchestra at the Cotton Club, New York City, 1931 Schilderij van Dennis Loren bij AllPosters.

There is no need to say anything more but 'The Cotton Club'. It is amazing that there are still original Cotton Clubs in the States and they still have the vibe of Prohibition era. I think this poster is an ad for the movie but it reminds me about the atmosphere of those clubs.

There is no need to say anything more but 'The Cotton Club'. It is amazing that there are still original Cotton Clubs in the States and they still have the vibe of Prohibition era.

Vera Cicero (Diane Lane): "You've got about as much style as a bowl of turnips." -- from The Cotton Club (1984) directed by Francis Ford Coppola

Vera Cicero (Diane Lane): "You've got about as much style as a bowl of turnips." -- from The Cotton Club directed by Francis Ford Coppola

The Cotton Club  1920's flapper headpiece The by MothAndBayLeaf

The Cotton Club - flapper headpiece The Great Gatsby. via Etsy. by Janny Dangerous

It Don’t Mean a Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing | 1939    Meet Me At The Savoy! Photo Series (1 of 4)    The Savoy Ballroon was located in Harlem New York and open from 1926 to 1958. It was one of the most famous dance halls of the swing era and home to legendary dancers like Frankie Manning, Norma Miller, Leon James and Al Minns. The Savoy was an integrated ballroom unlike many of it’s contemporary ballrooms like the Cotton Club.

The Savoy Ballroon was located in Harlem New York and open from 1926 to It was one of the most famous dance halls of the swing era. The Savoy was an integrated ballroom unlike the Cotton Club.

Una Mae Carlisle, a pianist and singer during the 1930s and 1940s, auditioned for the Cotton Club, performed solo, and recorded in Europe. Born on December 26, 1915, to American Indian and black parents, sheUna Mae Carlisle, a pianist and singer during the 1930s and 1940s, auditioned for the Cotton Club, performed solo, and recorded in Europe. Born on December 26, 1915, to American Indian and black parents, she started singing at the age of three in her hometown of Xenia, Ohio. By the age of…

Una Mae Carlisle, a pianist and singer during the 1930s and 1940s, auditioned for the Cotton Club, performed solo, and recorded in Europe. Born on December 26, 1915, to American Indian and black parents, sheUna Mae Carlisle, a pianist and singer during the 1930s and 1940s, auditioned for the Cotton Club, performed solo, and recorded in Europe. Born on December 26, 1915, to American Indian and black parents, she started singing at the age of three in her hometown of Xenia, Ohio. By the age of…

The Cotton Club in the 1930s.  The Duke Ellington's Cotton Club Parade is a phenomenal collaboration of Jazz at Lincoln Cent...

The Cotton Club in the The Duke Ellington's Cotton Club Parade is a phenomenal collaboration of Jazz at Lincoln Cent.

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