Advertisement for the Subway Nite Club in Kansas City, Missouri (Addendum 2) , 1929 - 1930
Scope and Contents
Addendum 2 consists of an advertisement for the Subway Nite Club in Kansas City, Missouri, ca. 1929-1930; found in Box 10, Folder 2. Main Text: “Stop! LOOK & Read! For A Cool Place to; DINE AND DANCE; Visit The Subway Nite Club; 1516 E. 18th Street.” Includes promotions for George E. Lee and his Brunswick Recording Orchestra on Tuesday night, Bennie Moten’s Carnival on Friday night, and “the Best Nite Club Band in the city” Earl Garner and his Foot Warmers featuring Emile Williams “tickling the Ivories” and Miss Henriene Shaw, “Clever Entertainer”; Mr. Edward Brown, manager; Mr. Sullivan Robertson, assistant manager.
- 1929 - 1930
- From the Collection: Crow, Betty (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
RESTRICTED: Color copy only; original is housed in the department’s Removal File and can be viewed under staff supervision only.
From the Collection: 12 Linear Feet (LaBudde: 14 Manuscript Boxes.)
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English