Community Center, 1724 20th St., NW.

Title

Community Center, 1724 20th St., NW.

Subject

Community centers--Washington (D.C.)
Gay community--Washington (D.C.)--1974

Description

This is the building which the Rainbow History Project website describes as Washington's first gay community center. The building is located at 1724 20th St., NW, in Washington, DC, not far from Dupont Circle. These photographs were taken by me in 1974. They show Deacon Maccubbin's "Earthworks" on the first floor to the right of the entrance. (See the signage on the windows.) The pictures show ASTA – the American Society of Theatre Arts – on the basement level. - Richard Haight, 2012

Source

Richard Haight Photographs

Date

1974

Rights

Reproduction and use of this material requires permission from the copyright holder. Please contact the Rainbow History Project for more information.
© Richard Haight

Format

image/jpeg

Language

English

Type

Image

Identifier

ASTA_2b_mdm

Coverage

Washington (D.C.)

Original Format

photograph

Files

ASTA_2b_mdm.jpg

Citation

“Community Center, 1724 20th St., NW.,” Rainbow History Project Digital Collections, accessed September 24, 2017, http://rainbowhistory.omeka.net/items/show/4938522.

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