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    • 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...
    • Cleveland Rollercade

    • Roller rinks; Roller skating; Denison Ave.
    • "Cleveland Rollercade "Largest and Finest" 6800 Denison Avenue. Main Skating surface 90x260 feet. Main lobby 33x270 feet. Separate Figure Rink 30x85 feet. Building 150x320 feet. Parking space accommodation for 5,000 cars. Located centrally on West...
    • 2nd National Townsend Convention, Cleveland

    • Meetings; Townsend Convention;Townsend Plan
    • The retired Long Beach physician, Dr. Francis E. Townsend, created the Townsend Pension Plan in 1934. Millions of Americans joined the 5,000 Townsend Clubs and subscribed to the Townsend Weekly. They gathered in regional and national conventions....
    • Cleveland's University Circle

    • University Circle; Pavements
    • "The focus of residential Cleveland is University Circle, at the intersection of Euclid Avenue and East Boulevard. It is a wide, rounded expanse of brick pavement, handsomely parked in the center. The surroundings include Case School of Applied...
    • 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...
    • John Comella at clam cleaner

    • Euclid Fish Company (Cleveland, Ohio); Comella, John J.; Clams; Fishmonger; Seafood stores
    • John Comella, founder of Euclid Fish Company, cleans clams. "John Comella of Euc. Fish Co. at clam cleaner. This rolling drum can clean 5,000 clams an hour ... Call Comella for statistics." -- photo verso.
    • Mrs. George (Alma) Dallas serving pies

    • Dallas, George; Dallas, Alma; Restaurateurs; Restaurants; Restaurant workers; Great Depression; Thanksgiving; Charity; Community service
    • "Mrs. George Dallas serves "Hawley lunch" at Hawley House and gives away 5,000 Thanksgiving dinners." -- photo verso. Beginning in 1924 and well through the Great Depression years, successful Cleveland restaurateur, George Dallas, provided a free...
    • Boy and girl in a Victory garden with gourd and squash, 1943

    • Victory gardens; School gardens; Cleveland Public Schools Horticulture Program; Gardening; Agriculture; Laboratory schools; School children; Local foods; Urban agriculture; Seeds
    • "1943"--photo verso. "FIRST PRIZE WINNER IN NATIONAL VICTORY GARDEN INSTITUTE PHOTOGRAPH CONTEST: 'BOY! WHAT A HONEY!'; Billy Hurst, 6 years old and Marcia Rudy, 5 years old, exhibit some of the produce of their victory garden at the Home of...
    • Nickel Plate Road Bridge being built across Cuyahoga River in 1955

    • Nickel Plate Railroad Bridges; Bridge construction; Vertical lift bridges; Railroad bridges; Cuyahoga River; Bridges, Steel; Norfolk Western Corp.; Nickel Plate Railroad Cuyahoga River Bridge; Bridges, Concrete
    • "NKP Rail Road Bridge across the River." Newspaper clipping on back reads,"Due to be completed about July 1, this $5,000,000 Nickel Plate Road bridge is part of the $21,000,000 program for relieving Cuyahoga River navigation bottlenecks with six...

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