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    • "Big Six" Al Sirat Grotto

    • Al Sirat Grotto Big Six; Fraternal organizations; Masonry
    • "Al Sirat Grotto 'Big Six.' Organized in Cleveland, Ohio in 1908 and is now in its 47th year. It is the only unit of its kind in the entire realm. Twelve Prophets are carried on its roll, although but six men ever take part in parades. Big Six...
    • Big Six, Ohio State Grotto Association Convention

    • Ohio State Grotto Association; Al Sirat Grotto Big Six
    • "Ohio State Grotto Association Convention. Sept. 26 - 27 - 28, 1946. Cleveland, Ohio. Al Sirat Grotto Big Six was organized in 1910 and is now in its 36th year. It is the only unit of its kind in the entire Realm. Ten Prophets are carried on its...
    • A Turkish sitting room, Algeria

    • Cleveland Press; Advertisements
    • "A Turkish Sitting Room, Algeria. - The scene on the opposite side is a true picture of the home life of the women of Algeria. Like is said to move on quietly in the seclusion of the harem. Although allowed by law to have four wives, the Moslem of...
    • 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....
    • View of The Arcade

    • Arcade
    • Upper left corner, card front: artist's rendering of Lady Liberty seated near the American flag, peering into the face of an American eagle. A scroll at her side reads "Greetings from picturesque America." The other image on the front is a view of...
    • Feeding Cleveland: Urban Agriculture photo gallery exhibit panels, May 2009

    • School gardens; Cleveland Public Schools Horticulture Program; Gardening; Agriculture; Laboratory schools; School children; Local foods; Urban agriculture; Exhibits; Thomas Campbell Gallery (Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs, Cleveland...
    • Facsimiles of 21 panels originally displayed in an exhibit titled, "Feeding Cleveland: Urban Agriculture." The 4-month long exhibit featured images from an online digital collection in Cleveland Memory, " Feeding Cleveland: Urban Agriculture," a...
    • Flier advertising the 1976 New Year's Eve Show at the Crypt in Akron

    • Bands; The Dead Boys; Rubber City Rebels; King Cobra; The Crypt; Akron (Ohio); Bars (Drinking establishments); Nightclubs; Bands; Music; Fliers (Printed matter)
    • Flier advertising the 1976 New Year's Eve show at the Crypt. The show featured King Cobra, who were the management of the Crypt, who shortly changed their name to The Rubber City Rebels after one of their songs. Also performing was Devo, whose...
    • Buzz Clic of the Rubber City Rebels

    • Clic, Buzz; Bands; Musicians; Music; Rubber City Rebels; King Cobra; JB's; Bars (Drinking establishments)
    • Buzz Clic of the Rubber City Rebels, although at the time of this picture they may still have been calling themselves King Cobra, at JB's.
    • Buzz Clic of The Rubber City Rebels

    • Clic, Buzz; Rubber City Rebels; Music; Musicians; Bands; JB's; Bars (Drinking establishments)
    • Buzz Clic of the Rubber City Rebels, although this image may be from when they were know as King Cobra, onstage at JB's.
    • The Bizarros at the Goodyear Blimp Hanger

    • Bands; Music; Musicians; The Bizarros; Goodyear Airdock; Nicholis, Nick; Walker, Terry; Parkins, Don; Parkins, Jerry; Garberson, Rick
    • From a Bizarros photo shoot at the Goodyear Airdock in the late 1970s. The band's lead singer Nick Nicholis owned Clone Records and the Bizarros were an important part of the "Akron Sound". They were signed by Mercury in 1979 and released one...
    • Sue Schmidt of Chi Pig

    • Bands; Musicians; Music; Bars (Drinking establishments); Nightclubs; Schmidt, Sue; Chi Pig; The Bank
    • "Sue Schmidt-Chi Pig at the Bank Nite Club in Akron 1980"--photo verso. The trio Chi Pig was part of the "second wave" of the Akron Sound. Although two of their members, Schmidt and Debbie Smith, were part of a well known all girl band in the...
    • First Lutheran Church of Burton

    • First Lutheran Church (Burton, Ohio); Geauga County Historical Society; Lutheran churches; Galleries & museums
    • "MUSEUM CHURCH- The First Lutheran Church now conducts services in a 123-year-old church located on the Geauga County Historical Society grounds in Burton. The church, built in Auburn Twp. in 1846 was moved to the historical site in 1863. The Rev....
    • Report on the condition of the First National Bank, Burton, Ohio

    • First National Bank of Burton (Burton, Ohio); Banks
    • Report on the condition of the First National Bank, Burton, Ohio, released just nine days after the opening of the bank, July 16, 1902. The First National Bank of Burton was formed in May in 1902, although not opened for business until July of...
    • Letter from "Doc" Evans to Clifford F. Hood of the American Steel and Wire Company

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Evans, Dina Rees (Doc); Davis, Blevins; Jack & Heintz; War work; Office of War Information (OWI); World War II; American Steel &...
    • In 1943, in the middle of WWII, Dina Rees Evans was contacted by the Office of War Information (OWI) and encouraged to stage a pageant at Cain Park Theatre in an effort to raise morale here at home. The suggested subject matter was a play which...
    • Letter from "Doc" Evans to Robert F. Black, President of White Motor Company

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Evans, Dina Rees (Doc); Davis, Blevins; Jack & Heintz; War work; Office of War Information (OWI); World War II; Industry; White...
    • In 1943, in the middle of WWII, Dina Rees Evans was contacted by the Office of War Information (OWI) and encouraged to stage a pageant at Cain Park Theatre in an effort to raise morale here at home. The suggested subject matter was a play which...
    • Letter from Blevins Davis to "Doc Evans", regarding the collapse of plans for an...

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Evans, Dina Rees (Doc); Davis, Blevins; Jack & Heintz; War work; Office of War Information (OWI); World War II; Industry;...
    • In 1943, in the middle of WWII, Dina Rees Evans was contacted by the Office of War Information (OWI) and encouraged to stage a pageant at Cain Park Theatre in an effort to raise morale here at home. The suggested subject matter was a play which...
    • Letter from Blevins Davis to "Doc Evans" regarding plans for an upcoming Industrial Show

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Evans, Dina Rees (Doc); Davis, Blevins; Jack & Heintz; War work; Office of War Information (OWI); World War II; Industry;...
    • In 1943, in the middle of WWII, Dina Rees Evans was contacted by the Office of War Information (OWI) and encouraged to stage a pageant at Cain Park Theatre in an effort to raise morale here at home. The suggested subject matter was a play which...

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