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    • The Draft Season!

    • Combes, Willard; Editorial cartoons; Miller, Ray C.; Harris, George B.; Cleveland; Mayors; Political elections; Beer;
    • Editorial cartoon by Willard Combes depicting Ray C. Miller holding a draft card for mayor and saying "I've been drafted." He is running into a room with a sign over the doorway that reads "GOP regulars." George B. Harris is standing there with...
    • Waste in the Defense Department

    • Editorial cartoons; Cleveland Public Schools; Defense budgets
    • In the left panel a four-star general holds a book titled "Waste in the Defense Dept." and says "Listen, I've had it. I don't need this criticizm [sic]. I can take my pension and go back to my old job..." On the right he finishes, "...as office...
    • Trudee and the Trendsetters in 1977

    • Bandrowsky, Tony; music; musicians; bands; Trudee and the Trendsetters
    • Take Tom Petty, remove the California twang of the Byrds and replace it with a slightly paranoid Talking Heads beat. Fast rock, well polished group is as good of a description of Trudee and The Trendsetters I've ever come across.
    • Portrait of Louis D. Brown

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Actors
    • Portrait of Louis D. Brown. Signed: "To 'Doc Dina' one of the most most charming persons I've ever known. Louis D. Brown, Aug. '40"
    • Governor Mandel Found Guilty

    • Governors; Agnew, Spiro; Mandel, Marvin
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of former Vice President Spiro Agnew talking on the phone to Governor Marvin Mandel of Maryland. Agnew is holding a newspaper with the headline "Governor Mandel found guilty!" and he is saying to Mandel "...right,...
    • While Council Fishes---!

    • Combes, Willard; Editorial cartoons; Cuyahoga River; Main Ave. Bridge; Cleveland City Council; Politics; Perch; Fishing; Fish; Bridges; Cleveland; Main Street Swing Bridge over the Cuyahoga River (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • Editorial cartoon by Willard Combes on singletone drawing board by Craftint Mfg. Co. of 210 St. Clair Ave. N.W., Cleveland, Ohio. Cartoon depicts men fishing from the "Old Main St. Bridge." There is a sign next to them that reads "City Council,"...
    • Well We Own It, Don't We?

    • Combes, Willard; Editorial cartoons; Cleveland; Transportation; Mass transit; Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority; Cleveland Railway Co.; Cable cars (Streetcars); Dogs
    • Editorial cartoon by Willard Combes depicting a City Transit No. 13 streetcar filled to overflowing with people inside, on front of and on top of it. The scene is a cold, snow-and-ice-filled winter day and the people are saying such things as "It...
    • grove50

    • Grove, Roy; Cartoons; Cartoonists; Golf
    • Roy Grove cartoon of a golfing sequence in four panels. Handwritten at the top in pencil "THE PEE WEES." First panel "I LOST MY BALL LOST MY PUTTER LOST MY BAG AND NOW I'VE LOST MY CADDIE." Second panel "ME FOR THE CLUB...
    • grovemic56

    • Grove, Roy; Cartoons; Cartoonists; World War I; Soldiers
    • A Roy Grove World War I cartoon captured from a Cleveland Press microfilm depicting a soldier being taken to the guard house. This cartoon appeared in the Cleveland Press on December 28, 1917 on page 9. The title of this cartoon reads "Comedies...
    • grovemic61

    • Grove, Roy; Cartoons; Cartoonists; World War I; Soldiers
    • A Roy Grove World War I cartoon captured from a Cleveland Press microfilm depicting two soldiers building a barracade, one of whom is standing in water. This cartoon appeared in the Cleveland Press January 17, 1918 on page 8. It is from the...
    • Slag pipe at Municipal Light plant

    • Pipelines; Pipes
    • Slag pipe emitting smoke at Municipal Light plant. "SMOKING CRATER alongside S. Marginal Dr. is in reality an excavation dug by Muny Light crews. They are removing hot slag which is endangering the main transmission cable to the West Side. The pipe...
    • Bob Hope

    • Hope, Bob; Entertainers; Comedians; Celebrities
    • "Hope at Five - Hollywood, Calif: The Bob Hope story starts in England, where he was born, the fifth of a stonemason's seven sons, in Eltham, Kent, in 1903. 'When I was four,' he says, 'We moved to Bristol and one day I was looking out of the...

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