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    • Ladder rescue from the Cleveland Clinic fire

    • Cleveland Clinic Disaster; Cleveland Clinic; Fires; Disaster victims; Hospitals; Ladders
    • Rescue workers frantically attempt to save victims of the Cleveland Clinic fire by escorting them out of the buildings second floor down ladders. In the foreground of the photograph, the entrance to the Clinic ("Clinic Building") is visible. The...
    • Taking away victim of Cleveland Clinic fire

    • Cleveland Clinic Disaster; Disasters; Fires; Disaster victims; Hospitals
    • The Cleveland Clinic fire of May 15, 1929 is believed to have been caused by poisonous gases produced by x-ray film chemicals and heat from an exposed light bulb. The disaster claimed the lives of 123 people, including Clinic patients, employees...
    • Assisting a victim of the Cleveland Clinic fire

    • Cleveland Clinic Disaster; Disasters; Fires; Disaster victims; Hospitals
    • The Cleveland Clinic fire of May 15, 1929 is believed to have been caused by poisonous gases produced by x-ray film chemicals and heat from an exposed light bulb. The disaster claimed the lives of 123 people, including Clinic patients, employees...
    • Tending to victims of the Cleveland Clinic fire

    • Cleveland Clinic Disaster; Disasters; Fires; Disaster victims; Hospitals
    • The Cleveland Clinic fire of May 15, 1929 is believed to have been caused by poisonous gases produced from x-ray film and an exposed light bulb. The disaster claimed the lives of 123 people, including Clinic patients, employees and visitors.
    • Assisting victims of the Cleveland Clinic Fire

    • Cleveland Clinic Disaster; Disasters; Fires; Disaster victims
    • "Scene on lawn, shot from Clinic building."--photo verso.
      The Cleveland Clinic fire of May 15, 1929 is believed to have been caused by poisonous gases produced from x-ray film and an exposed light bulb. The disaster claimed the lives of 123...
    • Assisting victims of the Cleveland Clinic Fire

    • Cleveland Clinic Disaster; Disasters; Fires; Disaster victims; Hospitals
    • The Cleveland Clinic fire of May 15, 1929 is believed to have been caused by poisonous gases produced from x-ray film and an exposed light bulb. The disaster claimed the lives of 123 people, including Clinic patients, employees and visitors.
    • Assisting victims of the Cleveland Clinic fire

    • Cleveland Clinic Disaster; Disasters; Fires; Disaster victims; Hospitals
    • "Scene on lawn of Clinic shot by Herman Seid from third story window of Clinic Building."--photo verso.
      The Cleveland Clinic fire of May 15, 1929 is believed to have been caused by poisonous gases produced from x-ray film and an exposed light...
    • Assisting victims of the Cleveland Clinic fire

    • Cleveland Clinic Disaster; Disasters; Fires; Disaster victims; Hospitals
    • The Cleveland Clinic fire of May 15, 1929 is believed to have been caused by poisonous gases produced from x-ray film and an exposed light bulb. The disaster claimed the lives of 123 people, including Clinic patients, employees and visitors.
    • City Club Forum: James Lee Witt, Does FEMA have to be a disaster? [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Witt, James Lee, 1944-; United States. Federal Emergency Relief Administration; Disasters; Learning; History
    • Friday Forum: ''Does FEMA have to be a disaster?,'' with James Lee Witt, former FEMA director under President Bill Clinton, The Thomas & Marguerite Campbell Endowed Forum. See Further Reading for citation.
    • City Club Forum: Dennis Walto, Save the Children [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; Local government; City Club Forum; Disaster relief; Disasters; Natural disasters; Abandoned children; Sick children; Save the Children...
    • Friday Forum: ''The U.S. role in global relief efforts after natural disasters,'' with Dennis Walto, associate vice president, Save the Children, whose focus has changed, ''. . . 'Gone are the group's former fund-raising appeals based on individual...
    • City Club Forum: Marsha Johnson ''Marty'' Evans, president and ceo, American Red Cross [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Evans, Marsha Johnson; Preparedness; American Red Cross; Volunteers; Disaster relief
    • Friday Forum: ''The American Red Cross: Calling on angels,'' with Marsha Evans, president and ceo, American Red Cross. ''The American Red Cross . . . is a massive nationwide complex networks for all intents and purposes, volunteers, well over a...
    • Architect's drawing of new Cleveland Clinic building

    • Cleveland Clinic Disaster; Cleveland Clinic Foundation; Crile, George Washington, Sr.; Hospitals; Architectural drawings
    • "This is how the new Cleveland Clinic, to be built in E. 93rd Street near Euclid avenue, will look when completed. The building will cost $400,000 and will be used for the work formerly conducted in the present Clinic building, which has been...
    • Cleveland Clinic staff

    • Cleveland Clinic Disaster; Disasters; Fires
    • The Cleveland Clinic fire of May 15, 1929 is believed to have been caused by poisonous gases produced by x-ray film chemicals and heat from an exposed light bulb. The disaster claimed the lives of 123 people, including Clinic patients, employees...
    • Cleveland Clinic staff

    • Cleveland Clinic Disaster; Disasters; Fires
    • The Cleveland Clinic fire of May 15, 1929 is believed to have been caused by poisonous gases produced from x-ray film and an exposed light bulb. The disaster claimed the lives of 123 people, including Clinic patients, employees and visitors.
    • Damage causes by Clinic fire

    • Cleveland Clinic Disaster; Disasters; Fires
    • The Cleveland Clinic fire of May 15, 1929 is believed to have been caused by poisonous gases produced from x-ray film and an exposed light bulb. The disaster claimed the lives of 123 people, including Clinic patients, employees and visitors.

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