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A Brief History of the Proto-Feminists Who Built the Harvard Exit

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This was fantastic. Thank you!
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Fascinating.

I think it's interesting that the Daughters of the American Revolution club is located just across the street.

Were these clubs rivals? Who threw the best parties? Were there pillow fights?
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Nice article!
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@1 1987? Might that be something like 1927?
Thank you Sean Nelson for a good article.
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My, what a noble pedigree that building has, I wasn't aware of that.
One would think that the collective 'soul' of Seattle would see the potential loss of the Exit as a serious challenge. Much as the threatened loss of the Pike Place Market galvanized a cadre of do-gooders from a previous era.
Won't someone step up? I honestly don't believe we are all cynical and defeatist.
Are we?
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GREAT ARTICLE SEAN!!!! As an employee of the Harvard Exit for over 9 years I am extremely sad to see us close after all these amazing years. We will miss you all!! PS Pretty sure Ive sold you a few small diets + small popcorns over the years Sean. :)