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    • Rev. Alfred M. Waller of Shiloh Baptist Church

    • Baptist churches; Churches; Church buildings; Clergy
    • "Rev. Alfred M. Waller of Shiloh Baptist Church E 55-Scovill" --photo verso. "Renovated Sanctuary of Shiloh Baptist Church is previewed by the Rev. Alfred M. Waller. Completion of the first step in a five-year rehabilitation program at the onetime...
    • Heyse Apartments, 1673 Fulton Road

    • Fulton Rd.; Fulton Road (Cleveland, Ohio); Streets; Fulton Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Apartments; Architectural detail
    • "Stepped-gable technique was employed in the design and construction of the Heyse Apartments, 1673 Fulton Rd., built about 1900. The end of the Victorian era brought many such grab-bag designs, this one presumably borrowed from the Low-Country...
    • d.a. levy death is final protest

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Death; Obscenity (Law); Poets
    • "Levy, 25 was found dead in his extremely neat pad at 1744 Wymore Ave., East Cleveland. He was shot in the forehead. His 22-caliber rifle lay beside him where he was sprawled on a mattress, dressed in blue jeans, motorcycle boots." -- from...
    • "Carner Cubs" baseball team portrait, 1907

    • Baseball; Baseball players; Baseball uniforms; Baseballs;Carner, John Andrew; Carner, Orlando John; Carner Confectionary; Carner Malt and Hops; Scranton Rd.; The Order of Knights of Pythias; Western Reserve University; Carner Cubs
    • Portrait of Carner Confectionary baseball team in 1907. Man pictured in center (in suit) is Mr. John Andrew Carner, owner of the team and business. Carner Confectionary was in operation by 1905-06 and evolved into Carner Malt and Hops later in the...
    • Cleveland's first Girl Scout troop article

    • Girl Scouts; Group portraits
    • "First Troop of Girl Scouts in Cleveland Starts Training in the Tenderfoot Class … Let the Boys Scouts of Cleveland look to their laurels. No longer do they have the exclusive use of the title ‘Scouts,’ for Cleveland now has its first troop of Girl...
    • Grave of J. L. Weatherly

    • Cemeteries; Erie St. Cemetery; Weatherly, J. L.
    • "Cleveland's Erie Street Cemetery finally received a fund, willed a half century ago, to keep the grass cut on the grave of J.L Weatherly, founder and first President of the Cleveland Chamber of Commerce's parent Board of Trade of Cleveland. Mary...
    • Sad one-side movie revives the levy mystique

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Motion pictures; Obscenity (Law); Poets
    • "d.a. levy was a gentle, shy and despairing soul who wrote poems in the late 1960's in Cleveland. "if i scratch, i write," which tells of his short, sad life...was made by Konstantin Petrochuk. As a series of loving recollections of a sad,...
    • Albert Balog funeral

    • Gypsies; Funeral processions; Bands; Violins; Music ensembles; Romanies
    • "Photo caption: A score of gypsy musicians played a final farewell to viola and violin player Albert Balog in front of his home at 1736 Fulton Rd. today. (Press Photo by Bill Nehez)

      Article: By Dick Feagler

      A score of gypsy...
    • Girl Scouts receive Marian Award

    • Girl Scouts; Awards; Piers & wharves
    • "ROSARIES FOR THE SAILORS of the Seaway have won for Girl Scouts of Gesu Church’s Troop 1603 the Marian Award, a medal given by the National Catholic Welfare Conference in recognition of service to home, church and community. Here Meder Horst,...
    • First Children's Garden Fair winners to receive Vail Prize

    • Agriculture; People associated with agriculture; Cleveland Public Schools Horticulture Program; Gardening; Gardens; School gardens; Schools; Tract garden; Public schools; Cleveland Public Schools; Students; Summer; School children; Teenagers;...
    • A clipping from the Plain Dealer dated Sunday, September 18, 1966 from the Benjamin Franklin garden house archives is titled, "First Children's Garden Fair Winners to Receive Vail Prize" describes the first fair sponsored by the Greater Cleveland...
    • New Ore Carrier Launched in Cleveland

    • Ore carriers; Lakes; Steel; Ships; Boats; Boat & ship industry
    • "CL17020...Cleveland Bureau...New Ore Carrier Launched in Cleveland ... Cleveland -- The Belle Isle, 621-foot ore carrier built for the U.S. Maritime Commission, is shown above as it was launched at American Ship Building Company yards here. It was...

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