February 7, 2011
The historic enclave in the predominantly black St. Albans area of Queens, N.Y., was home to numerous black musical and sports greats starting in the 1940s, at a time when affluent African Americans had few housing options.
by Emile Milne onFebruary 7, 2011
Addisleigh Park in New York City was home to Basie, Billie, Dizzy, Ella, Jackie, Lena and Louis when housing options for affluent African Americans were limited by racial covenants.
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