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    • Cleveland Greyhound Terminal, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Greyhound Corp.; Bus Terminals
    • "The beautiful new Greyhound Terminal is the largest in the world. Twenty-one loading platforms busy 24 hours a day provide fast bus service to all 48 states, Canada and Mexico. More than 300 people can be seated in the extra-spacious curve-lined...
    • Public Auditorium, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Cleveland Public Auditorium; Public Auditorium; St. Clair Ave.; East 6th St.; Lakeside Ave.; Public Hall
    • "Cleveland's Public Auditorium was built at a cost of $10,000,000. It comprises a main hall seating 13,000, Music Hall 3,000, Ball Room 1,500, North exhibition Hall 1,500, Little Theatre 700, and provides space for 14 simultaneous events. It...
    • Captain Frank Features

    • Restaurants
    • "Call 'em scampy or shrimp, city is now critters' capital. It sounds like a fish story when you tell how Cleveland is becoming the scampy center of America. That's natural because scampies are seafood. They are king-size shrimp. They weigh a...
    • Museum of Art, Wade Park, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Cleveland Museum of Art; Galleries & museums; Wade Park; Hubbell & Benes; Fine Arts Garden
    • "This classic structure, surrounded by the Fine Arts Gardens, is recognized as one of the finest in the United States. More than 3,000,000 persons visit the Museum annually, 1,800,000 of them being school children."--card verso.
      Hubbell & Benes,...
    • New City Hall, Cleveland, Sixth City

    • Cleveland City Hall; Dyer, J. Milton; City & town halls; Group Plan
    • "New City Hall, Cleveland, Sixth City. The new City Hall will be the finest and most up-to-date building of its kind in the country. The erection of the building will be an important step in the completion of the Group Plan. Cost of construction...
    • The Fenn College, Cleveland, Ohio - 23.

    • Fenn College (Cleveland, Ohio); Universities & Colleges; Cleveland State University
    • "Fenn College, Cleveland's "skyscraper school-house" 22 stories high. With an enrollment of 3,000 this typically urban college is on the cooperative plan, each student alternating three months of college with a similar period at a job. This...
    • Shaker High School, Shaker Heights, Ohio

    • Shaker Heights High School; Shaker Heights; Schools; High Schools
    • "Message: Your high school can make money. From the sale of genuine photographic postcards such as this sample. Give some worthy organization in your school the chance to make extra money by selling pictures of your school. Everyone is a prospect...
    • Cain Park Open Air Summer Theatre

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Amphitheaters; Parks
    • "Cain Park Open Air Summer Theatre, municipally owned and operated since 1938 by the city of Cleveland Heights, Ohio, has a seating capacity of 3,000 and produces dramas, musicals and operettas."--card verso.
    • Cain Park Theatre, Cleveland Heights, Ohio

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Amphitheaters; Parks
    • "Cain Park Open Air Summer Theatre, municipally owned and operated since 1938 by the city of Cleveland Heights, Ohio, has a seating capacity of 3,000, and produces dramas, musicals and operettas."--card verso.
    • Cain Park Open Air Summer Theatre

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Amphitheaters; Parks
    • "Cain Park Open Air Summer Theatre, municipally owned and operated since 1938 by the city of Cleveland Heights, Ohio, has a seating capacity of 3,000, and produces dramas, musicals and operettas."--card verso.
    • Mt. Sinai Hospital Of Cleveland, Ohio

    • Hospitals; Mount Sinai Hospital; East 105th St.
    • "Mount Sinai Hospital of Cleveland is located at 1800-1812 East 105th Street, facing Wade Park, and was erected in 1916. The present capacity of the hospital buildings is 270 beds. 7,500 in patient, 3,000 emergency patients and 10,000 clinic...
    • Tibetan Stroboscope

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Poetry; Poets; The Tibetan Stroboscope; Concrete poetry; Artists;
    • The Tibetan Stroboscope, Ayizan Press, 1968, by d.a. levy. Newsprint, stapled.

      Approximately 4,000 copies were printed of which 3,000 were destroyed prior to author's suicide. - from "The works of d.a. levy" by James R. Lowell.
    • Great Lakes Dredge & Dock impermanent intake crib

    • Dredges; Docks; Great Lakes (North America); Interiors; Lakes & ponds; Construction; Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Company
    • "12031 11-6-07 ... George W. Jackson Inc. ... Interior view Intake Crib for S.W. Land & Lake Tunnel - finishing 5th course. Total feet B.M. in Crib 3,000,000" -- photo front.
    • Band plays for a beer

    • Germans; Bands; German Day; Federation Of German-American Societies Of Greater Cleveland; German Central Farm
    • "We'll play for a beer'" declare members of the German Band. And beer they got yesterday at the German Central Fram, (sic) York road in Parma. The occasion was German Day sponsored by the Federation of German Societies and brought over 3,000...
    • Proposed jetport design

    • Cleveland Jetport (Lake Erie International Jetport); Jetport project; Cleveland Hopkins International Airport; Airports
    • "Cleveland's jetport of the future with 12,000 -foot runways could be built in the lake along the north side of the breakwater. A tunnel beneath the shipping channel or a bridge would carry passengers and vehicles to its giant supersonic jets....
    • Bob Hope

    • Hope, Bob; Entertainers; Comedians
    • "Saigon: Comedian Bob Hope leans down to shake hands with jubilant GIs following last performance of his annual Christmas show at Tan Son Nhut Airport here 12/24. Some 3,000 U.S. military men were on hand for the annual event." -- photo verso.
    • Severance Hall

    • Severance Hall (Cleveland, Ohio); Severance Hall; University Circle (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA HOME for nearly 30 years is majestic Severance Hall, built at a cost of nearly $3,000,000 by John Long Severance in memory of his wife, Elisabeth. An extensive acoustical remodeling program was carried out int he concert place...

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