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    "Discuss books and drink beer here with the Young Prose Book Club. Next meetup: Jan. 30. Discussing: 'From Hell.' http://ow.ly/gu4qS"
    DC Public LibraryDC Public Library · January 2, 2013
    Sports Bar
    · Washington, United States
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    "Northeast is closed for renovations. Visit Southeast Library or the new Rosedale Neighborhood Library in the meantime. Follow construction updates at @NELibraryNews and http://bit.ly/OKUttI."
    DC Public LibraryDC Public Library · October 18, 2012
    Library
    · Washington, United States
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    "Populated by rural Southern transplants, in the early 20th century 7th Street was a bustling center of working class African-American culture. 7th street found its way into several poems and books."
    DC Public LibraryDC Public Library · September 14, 2011
    Historic Site
    · Washington, United States
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    "In the 1920s this was known as the 12th Street Y, home to Langston Hughes. Zora Neale Hurston met Hughes while he was living here in DC. They would later become close friends and collaborators."
    DC Public LibraryDC Public Library · September 14, 2011
    Historic Site
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    "Meeting site of the "Saturday Nighters" the social hub of the Harlem Renaissance in the 20s and 30s. Johnson hosted weekly gatherings for Langston, Zora and other DC-based literary luminaries."
    DC Public LibraryDC Public Library · September 14, 2011
    Historic Site
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    "Author Zora Neale Hurston rented a room here. This is the last place she lived in Washington, DC."
    DC Public LibraryDC Public Library · September 14, 2011
    Historic Site
    · Washington, United States