Roughly Speaking: Police and protests, Monday's debate, and 'Drunk History'
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Opened near Buckroe in 1898 as a 4-room cottage, the Bay Shore Hotel grew to 3 stories and 70 rooms by 1930, when this photo was taken, and became a popular resort for African-Americans. Among the entertainers who played there were Cab Calloway, Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong.

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