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December 4, 2016

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Katherine Duncan, president of the Ward 5 Chamber of Commerce, stands Wednesday, July 9, 2014, outside the Harrison House, owned by the chamber. The home is where black entertainers and others stayed when Jim Crow-like laws ruled Las Vegas. Now the city is adding it to the Las Vegas Historic Property Register.

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Katherine Duncan, president of the Ward 5 Chamber of Commerce, stands Wednesday, July 9, 2014, outside the Harrison House, owned by the chamber. The home is where black entertainers and others stayed when Jim Crow-like laws ruled Las Vegas. Now the city is adding it to the Las Vegas Historic Property Register.