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Hampton House

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Built in 1953 and originally named Booker Terrace, the two-story Hampton House was promoted as the social center of the South. The hotel had 20 rooms, a swimming pool, patio, restaurant and night club. Black performers jammed at the hotel club after playing for all-white audiences in Miami Beach. Visitors included Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, Jackie Robinson, Jackie Wilson, Muhammad Ali and Malcolm X. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., gave an early version of his 'I Have a Dream' speech here.

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  • Black Heritage Trail,
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  • Historic Sites & Monuments,

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