Philadelphia Clef Club Of Jazz
738 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19146
THE PHILADELPHIA CLEF CLUB OF THE PERFORMING ARTS (PCC) was founded in 1966 by members of Musicians' Protective Union Local #274, American Federation of Musicians (A F of M). Local #274 was chartered in 1935 as a separate Black local because Black musicians were denied membership in the racially segregated Local #77. Local #274 enjoyed its autonomy for more than 36 years. It was the longest surviving independent Black Musicians' Union in the United States, of the more than fifty chartered in major cities.
Local #274 and PCC its social unit are integral parts of the history of JAZZ in Philadelphia
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