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HISTORY: LOST CAPITOL HILL: THE TURBULENT HISTORY OF 649 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE

"It was, according to theWashington Star, an excellent place, with its worst aspect being that it was much too tempting a place for a newspaperman leaving theStar after a long day’s work.
Apparently, not enough Star reporters stopped by, because by 1968, the place had become the Golden Garter, and while the Roaring Twenties had “decorative” girls, according to the Star, the new place found itself looking for Go-Go dancers."

Full story: “Golden Garter” 
Attribution: By Robert Pohl, thehillishome.com

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