Alhambra Bowling Co. was located in the Euclid-105th Market building. It was reported for discriminatory treatment of Black bowlers in 1940. By the late 1950s it was known for its Algerian Lounge (formerly the Algiers), which hosted African American musical acts.
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“Call-Post Columnist Wins Cash for Bowling Jim-Crow.” Call & Post. February 1, 1941.
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