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Detail of panoramic image from the Soap Box Minstrels of the Citizens Republican Club of Philadelphia. The CRC membership included many prominent Black Philadelphians.

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Photo of the Home of the Citizens Republican Club, S. 15th Street, Philadelphia, PA

Photographic Portrait of N.F. Mossell, member of the Citizens Republican Club and first African-American to graduate from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.

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Photograph of The Citizens Republican Club. In 1925, the Citizens Republican Club moved from 503 S. Broad Street to 422 S. 15th Street at the intersection of 15th and Lombard Streets. This location placed the club in the middle of Black industry in…

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The Citizens Republican Club called 503 S. Broad Street home after their formation. In the early years of the club, the organization was housed in the basement of the Union League. 503 South Broad Street, the middle building in this image, was the…

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Citizens Republican Club, located at 422 S. 15th Street, is the nation's oldest African-American club of its kind. Members of the Citizens Republican Club used their association with the club as a springboard for esteem in the African-American…

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The Citizens Republican Club is the oldest social organization in the city for African-American men. Founded in 1875 by Andrew Stevens, the members of the club were the elite of Black Philadelphia. 87 years later, in 1962 the club was still…

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A poster advertising the upcoming discourse on the Ku Klux Klan by two prominent black lawyers of the time.
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