El Club Royal Esquire vende su sede a las Escuelas Públicas de Seattle el 30 de agosto de 1985.

  • By Mary T. Henry
  • Posted 8/23/2010
  • HistoryLink.org Essay 9525
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El 30 de agosto de 1985 el Club Royal Esquire, un club privado para hombres Afroamericanos, vende su sede a las Escuelas Públicas de Seattle por $ 150,000. La venta se realiza para dar lugar a la Escuela Elemental Bailey Gatzert. El Club Royal Esquire adquirirá una nueva sede en Columbia City, en 5016 Rainier Avenue S.


Anny Chung Brothers, Property Management Office, Seattle Public Schools;   Mary Henry interview with Marvin Vanderhost; Royal Esquire Club website accessed August 16, 2010 (http://www.royalesquiresclub.com/).

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