The Gutter

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The Gutter is the former University Union coffee house in the sub-basement of Holtzendorff Hall. Named such because of its location in the old bowling alley.

During the 1970's, when the folk music and coffee house movement was active at colleges throughout the country, the Gutter hosted many musicians, some of which have reached national prominence, including Robin and Linda Williams, who are regulars on Public Radio's Prarie Home Companion, and Norman and Nancy Blake.

Current operating grounds of the Clemson Air Rifle Club.

Inside of door leading from Godfrey Hall side of Holtzendorff to sub-basement; presumably the same door used for "The Gutter"

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