Lost & Found
Donn Culver and Bill Bickford opened the Lost & Found at 56 L Street SE on October 7th, 1971. The pair had also opened the Pier, in 1970, and in 1968 they started D.C.’s gay dance scene with the Plus One. “Laura & Frank’s”, as some insiders called it, was an instant success and hosted famous parties like the annual “Trash and Sleaze Ball” and the “Cherry Tea Dance”. They also staged live performances from disco acts like Sylvester, Jeannie Tracy and Loletta Holloway — which would pack the club’s 1800-person capacity. The party on L Street lasted 27 years, and a grateful generation of Washington’s gay community met, partied and danced at the club. It was demolished in the early 90s — and dozens of regulars showed up to take home a brick from the rubble.
- Men’s Heavyweight T-shirt - 100% cotton (Heather colors are 90% cotton/10% polyester). Heavier weight and "boxier" cut than the Lightweight tees.
- Men's Lightweight T-shirt - 100% ring-spun cotton (Heather colors are 35% cotton/65% polyester). The heather bleends have a slight stretch to them and are very lightweight and super soft.
- Ladies Racerback Tank - 50% polyester, 25% combed ring-spun cotton, and 25% rayon (triblend). Extremely lightweight and just the right amount of stretch.
- Ladies Regular-fit T-shirt - 100% combed ring-spun cotton (Heather colors are 35% cotton/65% polyester). Cap sleeves, tapered torso. A true ladies-cut.
- Thermal Hoodie - 50% cotton/ 50% polyester. Warm, fleece-lined. Perfect weight.
- Men's Long Sleeve T-shirt - 100% cotton