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    • Cleveland Municipal Stadium Memories

    • Cleveland Municipal Stadium (Cleveland, Ohio); Sports & recreation facilities; Demolition
    • "CLEVELAND A Hall of Fame City (TM); Demolition of Cleveland's landmark stadium began in the fall of 1996. Built in 1930-31 (370 days) it stood for 65 years and was the home of Cleveland Browns Football and Cleveland Indians Baseball. Seating...
    • Veterans Memorial Bridge #84

    • Bridges; Arch bridges; Veterans Memorial Bridge; Detroit-Superior Bridge; Veterans Memorial Bridge (Cleveland, Ohio); Bridges, Steel; Bridges, Arch
    • "Veterans Memorial Bridge Rehabilitation - Span 1B through Span 4 as seen from atop the County Engineer's Test Lab Building. The bridge is open to traffic. Dick Enterrpises is cleaning up in the parking lot. The S sidewalk rail has not been...
    • Playhouse Square on February 23rd, 1997

    • Playhouse Square Center; Marquees; Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Ohio Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Palace Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); State Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • From February 23rd, 1997. The marquees of the Ohio, State, and Palace theaters as well as the Playhouse Square Center marquee. During the period, the Allen Theatre was closed and the Playhouse Square Foundation did not own the Hanna Theatre.
    • City Club Forum: Mary A. Schiavo [audio]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; Local government; City Club Forum; Schiavo, Mary; Terrorism; September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001 Anniversaries, etc.; People associated...
    • Mary A. Schiavo, former inspector general, US Department of Transportation, author of ''Flying Blind, Flying Safe'' 1997, that exposed the ''sloppy practices and lax enforcement which put airline travelers at risk because of shoddy safety and...
    • City Club Forum: Jean Bethke Elshtain [audio]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; Local government; City Club Forum; Elshtain, Jean Bethke, 1941-2013; People associated with religion; Ethics; International relations;...
    • Jean Bethke Elshtain, author of ''Real politics: At the center of everyday life,'' (Eshtain, 1997), and professor of social and political ethics in the divinity school, political science, and the committee on international relations at the...
    • Clytean Club 100th Celebration

    • Clytean Club (Cleveland, Ohio); Literary Societies; Celebrations
    • October, 1997 Clytean 100th Celebration. Left to right: Betty Dowd, Linda Turner, Virginia Jeffery, Harriet Hopkins, Bet Byrne, Marguerite Ashbrook, Barbara Miller, Penny McElhaney, Susan Dahm, Toni Miller, Sharon Richardson, Martha Dalton, Barbara...
    • White, Reginald Jay. Homegoing Celebration

    • Obituary; Funeral; Funeral rites & ceremonies; Memorial rites & ceremonies
    • Reginald Jay White, or "Reggie Jay" as he was called by all, died on March 13, 2003. He received his bachelors degree from American University and law degree from Georgetown University. He worked as a law clerk at Cleveland Municipal Court. White...
    • Wilson, Curtis. Memorial Service

    • Funeral rites & ceremonies; Wilson, Curtis; Historians; Cleveland State University; Memorial rites & ceremonies
    • Professor Curtis Wilson was an educator and historian in Greater Cleveland, where he resided for 30 years. He was the former director of Black Studies Program and Assistant Professor of History at Cleveland State University. He participated in...
    • Herb Score, 1957

    • Score, Herb; Cleveland Indians; Major League Baseball; Baseball players; Play-by-play announcers; Sportscasters; Radio personalities; Television personalities
    • "Herb Score, note right eye."-- photo verso.
      As a player and a broadcaster, Herb Score was an important part of Cleveland Indians baseball for several generations of Tribe fans. Arguably the best left-handed pitcher ever to wear an Indians...
    • Herb Score, 1959

    • Score, Herb; Cleveland Indians; Major League Baseball; Baseball players; Play-by-play announcers; Sportscasters; Radio personalities; Television personalities
    • As a player and a broadcaster, Herb Score was an important part of Cleveland Indians baseball for several generations of Tribe fans. Arguably the best left-handed pitcher ever to wear an Indians uniform, most baseball experts agree that had his...
    • Herb Score, 1977

    • Score, Herb; Cleveland Indians; Major League Baseball; Baseball players; Play-by-play announcers; Sportscasters; Radio personalities; Television personalities
    • As a player and a broadcaster, Herb Score was an important part of Cleveland Indians baseball for several generations of Tribe fans. Arguably the best left-handed pitcher ever to wear an Indians uniform, most baseball experts agree that had his...
    • Herb Score presented with "Most Outstanding Player of 1954" award

    • Score, Herb; Cleveland Indians; Major League Baseball; Baseball players; Play-by-play announcers; Sportscasters; Radio personalities; Television personalities; Troutman, George
    • "George Troutman, head of minor leagues presents Sporting News award to Herb Score - Most Outstanding Player of 1954"-- Photo verso.
      As a player and a broadcaster, Herb Score was an important part of Cleveland Indians baseball for several...

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