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    • grove02

    • Grove, Roy; Cartoons; Cartoonists; World War I; Soldiers; Motion picture theaters; Motion picture audiences
    • Roy Grove World War I cartoon depicting motion picture audience that appeared in the Cleveland Press on January 11, 1919. Caption: "ELMER AND HERB TAKE IN A THRILLING WAR MOVIE" handwritten at top of drawing, as well as "2 col Fri" at bottom. ...
    • grove04

    • Grove, Roy; Cartoons; Cartoonists; World War I; Soldiers
    • Roy Grove World War I cartoon that appeared in Cleveland Press on January 25, 1919, depicting soldier about to enter his home. Handwritten on verso:" Elmer cleans his hobnails on that new door mat." Signature J.R.GROVE.
    • grove08

    • Grove, Roy; Cartoons; Cartoonists; World War I; Soldiers; Billiard parlors
    • Roy Grove World War I cartoon depicting soldier and an injured auto victim outside of a billiard parlor. This cartoon appeared in the Cleveland Press on January 27, 1919. Handwritten on verso: "(To auto victim:) "Well, if you'd a joined up with...
    • grove09

    • Grove, Roy; Cartoons; Cartoonists; World War I; Soldiers; Ships
    • Roy Grove World War I cartoon depicting a soldier on a ship. This cartoon appeared in the Cleveland Press on January 12, 1919. Hand-written caption on verso: "YES, SIR, THE SAME GUY WHO TOOK US OVER IS TAKING US BACK." Signature J. R. GROVE.
    • grove19

    • Grove, Roy; Cartoons; Cartoonists; World War I; Soldiers
    • Roy Grove World War I cartoon of a street scene of three soldiers examing a collar button. This cartoon appeared in the Cleveland Press on January 9, 1919. Caption: "STILL PICKIN' UP CURIOSITIES." Signature J. R. GROVE.
    • grove22

    • Grove, Roy; Cartoons; Cartoonists; World War I; Soldiers
    • Roy Grove World War I cartoon of a soldier sitting at the counter of a diner. This cartoon appeared in the Cleveland Press on January 18, 1919. Hand-written caption at the top of the drawing: "A SAD CASE OF THE BIRD WHO LEARNED TOO MUCH FRENCH...
    • grove26

    • Grove, Roy; Cartoons; Cartoonists; World War I; Soldiers
    • Roy Grove World War I cartoon of a soldier and a sailor at a shooting gallery. This cartoon appeared in the Cleveland Press on January 17, 1919. Hand-written caption at the bottom of the drawing: "GUB--WHERE'S TH' BOSS?" ELMER:--"OH, HE'S GONE...
    • grove28

    • Grove, Roy; Cartoons; Cartoonists; World War I; Soldiers; YMCA
    • Roy Grove World War I cartoon of a soldier and a man sitting in a building lobby. This cartoon appeared in the Cleveland Press on January 12, 1919. Caption: WHY DIDN'T YOU STEP INTO THE WRITING ROOM AND DROP ME A LINE AND I'D A SENT YOU SOME...
    • grove34

    • Grove, Roy; Cartoons; Cartoonists; World War I; Soldiers
    • Roy Grove World War I cartoon of a soldier home on leave standing in a bedroom getting dressed. This cartoon appeared in the Cleveland Press on January 7, 1919. Hand-written caption at bottom of drawing: "WHY ELMER CHANGED BACK TO A KAHKI...
    • grove35

    • Grove, Roy; Cartoons; Cartoonists; World War I; Soldiers; Shoes; Shoe stores
    • Roy Grove World War I cartoon of two soldiers in a shoe store. This cartoon appeared in the Cleveland Press January 6, 1919. Caption: "WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH THE SIZE YOU WORE WHEN YOU LEFT?" Signature J. R. GROVE.
    • Bulkley Building during Construction, 1919

    • Bulkley Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; Construction; Construction industry; Gill, John & Sons Co.
    • The site of the Bulkley Building during the early days of construction, on August 28, 1919. The project Architect was Howard Crane and the construction was handled by John Gill and Sons. The building in the photo was, at the time, C.A. Selzer's...
    • Bulkley Building during construction, 1919

    • Bulkley Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; Construction; Construction industry; Gill, John & Sons Co.
    • The site of the Bulkley Building during the early days of construction, on November 6, 1919. The project Architect was Howard Crane and the construction was handled by John Gill and Sons. The building in the photo was, at the time, C.A. Selzer's...

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