This 1880s D.C. rowhouse went from private home to social club to frat house to condos
In 1925, the Music, Social and Literary Membership purchased the home. The Mu-So-Lit Membership, because it was recognized, was organized in 1905 by African People. The invitation-only membership was one of many few Black social organizations to personal its personal clubhouse, in response to the e-book “The Paper Bag Precept: Class, Colorism, and Rumor and the Case of Black Washington, D.C.,” by Audrey Elisa Kerr.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/realestate/this-Eighties-dc-rowhouse-went-from-private-home-to-social-club-to-frat-house-to-condos/2021/08/19/d26df398-fdf2-11eb-85f2-b871803f65e4_story.html?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=wp_business | This Eighties D.C. rowhouse went from non-public residence to social membership to frat home to condos