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    • Three-oh-six: an anthology of Cleveland poets

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy];Poetry;Poets; 7 Flowers Press; Taylor, Kent; Lowell, Jim; Mara; Ferek, Dagmar; Asphodel Book Store; Szuter, Martin
    • Three-oh-six; an anthology of Cleveland poets. Poems by Kent Taylor and others. Introduction by d.a. levy. Seven Flowers Press. Cleveland. 1967. Mimeo/ditto. Includes artwork by Mara (Dagmar Ferek). Cover by Martin Szuter, depicts Cleveland...
    • 465: An anthology of Cleveland poets

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Poets; Poetry; 7 Flowers Press; Poplar, Ralph; Poplar, Diedra
    • 465: An anthology of Cleveland poets. 7 flowers press. 500 copies, cleveland, Ohio. Mimeo. Side stapled. Contributors include Russell Atkins, Joel Deutsch, Tom Kryss, d. a. levy, rjs, Kent Taylor, and others. Edited by d.a. levy. Cover by Ralph &...
    • WCLV "Poetry Seminar" radio program broadcasts: 1963-1964 [Audio]

    • WCLV (Radio station : Cleveland, Ohio); Radio; Radio programs; Interviews; Billera, Jau; Poetry; Poets; Art; Editing; Publishing; Printing; Taylor, Kent; Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Simon, Adelaide; Atkins, Russell; Poetry readings; Fenn...
    • Poetry Seminar was a weekly radio show that aired Saturday afternoons in Cleveland on station WCLV in the early-mid 1960s, when the station was still located in the Eastgate Shopping Center in Mayfield Heights, Ohio. The show, hosted by local poet...
    • "Kent, Ohio, Cuyahoga River"

    • Rivers; Streams; Bridges; Mills; Canals; Photograph albums
    • A correspondent wrote to us on July 3, 2007 to say: Concerning your "Mystery Photo Album:" On page two, photo 15, labeled as "Kent, Oh." I thought I would add some clarification on it. What you've got is a shot looking towards downtown Kent - in...
    • City Club Forum: Dr. Kent R. Hill, United States Agency for International Development, USAID...

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Hill, Kent Richmond; Civil liberties; Elections; Democracy; United States. Agency for International...
    • Friday Forum: ''Noted expert on human rights and international freedom issues,'' Dr. Kent R. Hill, assistant administrator for Europe and Eurasia, United States Agency for International Development, USAID. ''There is a myth that democracy is the...
    • Herman Kritzer examines rare book

    • Kent State University; Librarians; Rare books; Kritzer, Herman
    • "CD2 KENT, Ohio, Aug. 8 - IMPEACHMENT BOOK -- Herman Kritzer, director of Kent State University libraries, examines the title page of a rare book on impeachment of an English lord. The lord's dilemma paralleled that of President Nixon, a school...
    • 2 area poets [tagged] as psychedelic church

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Taylor, Kent; Poets; Obscenity (Law); Actions & defenses; Psychedelics;
    • "Poets Daryll Allen Levy (d. a. levy) and Kent Taylor have been named as area leaders here of a national "religious" organization that believes in psychedelic warfare and political assassinations to further its movement."--from Cleveland Plain...
    • Buzz Clic of The Rubber City Rebels

    • Rubber City Rebels; Clic, Buzz; Mantis Gallery; Bands; Music; Bars (Drinking establishments); Musicians
    • "Rubber City Rebels 6-8-01 Buzz Click [sic] and Rod Mantis Kent Ohio"--photo verso. Buzz Clic and Rod Firestone of the Rubber City Rebels at a June 8th, 2001 show at the Mantis Gallery in Kent, Ohio.
    • Tracey Thomas and Bob Ethington of The Vapors

    • Ethington, Bob; Thomas, Tracey; The Vapors; Unit 5; The Robin Hood; Bands; Music; Musicians; Bars (Drinking establishments); Pajama Party
    • "Tracy [Sic] & Bob Vapors Robin Hood in Kent, Ohio 1980"--photo verso. Vapors, soon to be Unit 5, vocalist Tracey Thomas and drummer Bob Ethington at the Nelson's Pajama Party at Kent's Robin Hood in 1980.
    • March 1988 Flier from JB's in Kent

    • Half Life; King Face; JB's; Bands; Music; Musicians; Bars (Drinking establishments)
    • March of 1988 Flier from JB's in Kent. The headliner was King Face from Washington D.C.. They were supported by Half Life from Pittsburgh.

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