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    • Warner & Swasey mark two millionth order

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Warner & Swasey Co.; Businessmen; Machinery
    • "WARNER & SWASEY PASSES 2,000,000 MARK - Walter K. Bailey (right), Warner & Swasey Board Chairman hands Charles E. Verkler of Caterpillar Tractor Co. the punched control tape for a W&S 1AB single spindle bar automatic. The machine is the...
    • Eisenmen Studies Rendering of New ASM Headquarters

    • Eisenman, William Hunt; Kelly, John Terence; American Society for Metals; ASM World Headquarters; Space Lattice; Geodesic domes
    • William Hunt Eisenmen (left), a founding member of the American Society of Metals and its national Secretary for 40 years views with architect John Terence Kelly the colorful rendering of the society's new headquarters building, a $2,000,000...
    • City Club Forum: The Reverend Jesse L. Jackson, Sr.  [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Jackson, Jesse, 1941-; Civil rights; Equal opportunity programs; Stock market; Stockholder; National...
    • Wednesday: ''[Jesse] Jackson to bring crusade for economic growth to Cleveland; Plan [named 9th Street Project] is to invest $100,000 in 50 largest companies to push their directors for minority opportunities,'' according to Jesse L. Jackson, Sr....
    • Hal Holbrook

    • Holbrook, Hal; Actors; Entertainers; CC Fair Exhibit
    • Hal Holbrook was born February 17, 1925, in Cleveland and studied Mark Twain at Denison University. He has given his Mark Twain Tonight stage show over 2,000 times. He has also starred in films and on TV's The Sopranos and West Wing.
    • 14018 Detroit Avenue - Lakewood Tennis Club

    • Lakewood Tennis Club; Detroit Ave. (Lakewood, Ohio); Lakewood Elks' Club; Lakewood (Ohio)
    • Lakewood Tennis Club, 14018 Detroit Ave., was built in 1915. The National Clay Courts Tennis Tournament was held there on July 3, 1916 with almost 2,000 people in attendance. It is now the Lakewood Elks' Club.
    • Irishtown Bend on Cuyahoga River

    • Cuyahoga River; Boats; Irishtown Bend
    • "Irishtown Bend is picturesque name of the above bottleneck that blocks large vessels attempting to navigate the Cuyahoga River. Citizens of Cleveland have voted $2,000,000 to move the Huron Portland Cement warehouses and widen this strip. Federal...
    • Rayon yarns are processed in 3 1/2 acre room

    • Industrial Rayon Corporation; Rayon; Textile industry; Midland-Ross Co.; IRC Fibers; Synthetic Fibers; Industrial Rayon-Painesville
    • "Result of $2,000,000 research by Industrial Rayon Corporation. Thousands of reels like these carry rayon yarns through all the processing stages from the spin baths above, where rayon filaments first take form, to bobbins one floor below the...
    • Submarine circuit

    • Clevite Corp.; Submarines; Military training; Computer circuits; St. Clair Ave.
    • "SUBMARINE SIMULTORS STUDIED--Looking like a row of pizzas coming from an over, electric circuit boards for submarine simulators re checked at final assembly. The work is being done at Clevite Corp.'s Ordnance Division here. The electric circuit...
    • Flier requesting information on bank robber

    • Women's Federal Savings and Loan Association of Cleveland; Robberies; Criminals; Euclid
    • "On January 19,1981, a lone black male robbed the Women's Federal Savings and Loan Association, 1300 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. The robber is described as 6'1", 180 pounds, glasses. He was armed with a small pistol. A reward of up to $2,000 is...
    • American Ship Building Company, Lorain, Ohio

    • Lorain (Ohio); Ships; Shipping; Boat & ship industry
    • "Largest ore boat ever launched on Great Lakes, the steamer E. T. Weir of the Hanna fleet, is shown poised and ready to slide down the ways at the Lorain yards of American Ship Building Co. at noon today. The 690-foot vessel displaces 2,000,000...
    • George and Alma Dallas handing out Thanksgiving meal boxes

    • Dallas, George; Dallas, Alma; Restaurateurs; Restaurants; Restaurant workers; Great Depression; Thanksgiving; Charity; Community service
    • "Mr. and Mrs. George Dallas handing out Thanksgiving lunch boxes." --photo verso. Beginning in 1924 and well through the Great Depression years, successful Cleveland restaurateur, George Dallas, provided a free Thanksgiving meal to thousands of...

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