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    • On our way

    • Souvenir shops; Wheelbarrows
    • "Souvenir from the 'Batchelor' 1890 E. 9th St., Cleveland, O." -- card verso. Shows a man with a badge pushing a wheelbarrow with a man and a woman riding inside. They are heading to jail, according to a sign in the sketch. It is an illustration...
    • Happy faces in the dugout

    • Cleveland Indians; Cleveland Indians (1979 Season); Baseball; Alexander, Gary W., 1953-; Kuiper, Duane; Torborg, Jeff; Baseball
    • "Happy faces in the dugout - from left, Gary Alexander, Duane Kuiper, pitching coach Chuck Hartenstein, and Mgr Jeff Torborg cheer at Paul Dade H.R. in 1st game" -- photo verso.
    • Crestview Center

    • Smiley faces
    • Mrs. Santa Cali--Sr. Citizen of Crestview Center, Gary E. Gumz President of Elder Lot and Mrs. Doris Schwab the former director of Crestview Center all pose with paper smiley faces.
    • A Sea of Troubles

    • Carter, Jimmy; Presidential elections; Economic policy;
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of Jimmy Carter up to his chest in water while sitting in a captain's chair. He is writing in a captain's log dated May 9, 1980: Plagued with problems and a rebellious crew, managed to batten-down the budget and...
    • City Club Forum: Leslie M. Schweitzer, senior trade advisor, US Chamber of Commerce [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Commerce; Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America; Chile
    • Friday Forum: Leslie M. Schweitzer, senior trade advisor, Trade Roots, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, speaks about her more than 30 years of experience in the international trade arena, The Paul & Sonja Unger International Forum on Cleveland in the...
    • Cleveland : the best kept secret [e-book]

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Recollections
    • Former Plain Dealer columnist George Condon coined the phrase "The Best Kept Secret" that has since become synonymous with Cleveland (no longer the Mistake on the Lake!). This book is his masterpiece, a compilation of history, familiar names and...
    • Interior of McVey home

    • McVey, William M.; McVey, Leze; Little, Robert A.; Artists; Sculpture; Pepper Ridge Development (Pepper Pike, Ohio)
    • Photograph #9: View from office to the West, showing bedroom platform at rights, with living room beyond it. Study sculpture of birds is for Cleveland Airport, four cast panels are models for Saarinen’s church in Minneapolis. Foundation wall at...
    • New St. Vincent Charity Hospital

    • Hospitals; Health care facilities; St. Vincent's Hospital (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "Cleveland's newest hospital will be opened for a week of public tours starting Sunday. St. Vincent Charity Hospital's ultramodern $5,000,000 building faces E. 22nd St. between Central and Scovill Aves. The gently curved, seven-story structure...
    • "The New St. Luke's Hospital

    • Hospitals; Health care facilities; Saint Luke's Hospital; Saint Luke's Medical Center; Saint Luke's Hospital Assn.; Postcards
    • "The New Saint Luke's Hospital is being erected on the sixteen and one-half acre tract of land at East 116th Street and Shaker Boulevard, Cleveland. It faces south...the hospital will be thoroughly equipped with modern appliances. These new...
    • 12984 Lake Avenue - Lake Cliff

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Lake Ave.
    • Lake Cliff was built in the mid-1880's by Brougham Harris. The house has twelve rooms and a bay window with stained glass panels. The estate's gatehouse was converted into a private residence that now faces Nicholson Ave. The barn was also...
    • 12984 Lake Avenue - Lake Cliff

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Lake Ave. (Lakewood, Ohio)
    • Lake Cliff was built in the mid-1880's by Brougham Harris. The house had twelve rooms and a bay window with stained glass panels. The estate's gatehouse was converted into a private residence that now faces Nicholson Ave. The barn was also...

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