Masonry Vernacular

A list of historic sites in the Masonry Vernacular style.

Club Continental

The Club Continental, located at 150 NE 10th Ave., was a two-story concrete block and stucco building built in 1945. The first floor contained a bar area and the second floor was used for dances and concerts. The club was a hub for black entertainment from the 1950s to the 1960s and was part of the Chitlin Circuit which was a network of clubs, theaters, and other venues where black entertainers were allowed to perform during the segregation era.

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