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    • Pander!

    • Plain Dealer (Firm); Journalism; Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1946-1995); Cleveland Indians; Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame And Museum; Gateway Economic Development Corp.
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    • Stokes, Louis: 1968

    • Stokes, Louis (1925-)
    • "Another Stokes victory- The family of Louis Stokes, brother of the mayor, beamed with pride today. Stokes' runaway nominating victory in the 21st Congressional District was predicted by his children, who stayed up with him all night at University...
    • Runaway Interurban car

    • Street railroads; Railroad accidents; Interurbans
    • "Flying down North Main Street at a terrific rate of speed, a runaway Cleveland & Southwestern car left the track at the corner of North Main and Sixth this morning, snapped off a telephone pole and crashed into the front of the Laver Building at...
    • Runaway car

    • Street railroads; Street railroad accidents; Interurbans
    • On July 24, 1908, a runaway interurban car left the North Main Street tracks just north of the intersection of Main and Sixth. The car lurched to the left, broke off a telephone pole and crashed into the Laver Building. This photo was taken from...
    • Miller Family, Underground Railroad

    • Underground railroad system; Abolition movement
    • A photo of the Miller Family in 1948 standing next to the sign which officially marks the homestead as an Historic Underground Railway Station. Sign reads, "This dwelling was used as an underground railroad station operated by Hiram B. Miller for...
    • Unionville Tavern

    • Taverns (Inns); Historic buildings; Underground railroad system
    • "Historic Tavern: Unionville Tavern, once a covered wagon stop and a station on the underground railway for runaway slaves, is still doing business on the same spot, at the intersection of Rt. 84 and County Line Rd. The building has stood since...
    • Tom Jones

    • Theatrical productions; Tom Jones
    • February 13, 1978 Cauldron review by Sally Schoen Bergman about Cleveland State University's production of "Tom Jones." Pictured is Ralph Gunderman.

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