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    • City auto mechanics picketing during a strike

    • Strikes; Mechanics (Persons); Government employees
    • "CITY EMPLOYEES HALT WORK IN PARMA Laborers and truck drivers employed by Parma respected picket lines set up today by five auto mechanics employed by the suburb. The pickets were at the entrance to the suburb's service department garage behind the...
    • Stearns Road crosswalk

    • University Circle (Cleveland, Ohio); Pedestrian crosswalks
    • "Struck in this Crosswalk on Stearns Rd. and carried 180 feet by an auto Miss Patricia Cecil was fatally injured today. Miss Cecil, 20, lived at 1921 E. 97th St., and was an invoice clerk at Western Reserve University. Her death was the second...
    • Scene of murder at 2549 St. Clair Avenue

    • St. Clair Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Crime scenes
    • "Scene of murder of Walter Witkowski, 67, at 2549 St. Clair ... Scene of bludgeon slaying of Walter Witkowski, 67, was this small rear room with blinds drawn at E. 25th St. and St. Clair Ave. There are four entrances, three of them outdoors. (Story...
    • Commodore Hotel exterior

    • Hotels; Renovation (Architecture)
    • "Commodore hotel at 11325 Euclid Ave. will be converted into an apartment house by owners Irving B. Applebaum, Marvin Bilsky and Harold Klarreich, who plan to spend more than $1,000,000 to remodel the 12-story. 214-suite building. Story on Page...
    • Alpine Village locked by Federal agents

    • Pirchner's Alpine Village (Cleveland, Ohio); Taxes; Confiscations
    • "THE YODEL WAS STILLED and the spotlight blacked out at Herman Pirchner's Alpine Village today. Federal agents placed the padlock during the weekend because, they said, the proprietor owes cabaret tax (Story on Page One.)"--photo verso.
    • Toll rates for Lorain Road in 1870

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Lorain Ave. (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "LORAIN AVENUE -- ABOUT 1870 - This toll station stood on the corner of waht is now W. 54th St. The pole which served as a gate was operated by a rope. The road was a privately-built plank one. Rate of toll is of interest. -- From Public Library"...
    • Factory workers making machine tools

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Warner & Swasey Co.; Factory workers; Interiors;
    • "Machine tools making machine tools. Here is a battery of turret lathes at work in a turret lathe manufacturing plant producing parts for new turret lathes. Machine tools are the only machines that can reproduce themselves. They are the basic power...
    • KWY staff with canary

    • Radio stations; WKYC (Radio station : Cleveland, Ohio); Radio personalities; Birds
    • "Mr. Elmer Schindler presents Big Wilson with a cnary the former says he trapped in the Superior Building, former home of KYW. But Wendell's secretary Joyce Stambaugh holds up the first batch of morning mail reporting movements of Phideux and Big...
    • Cleveland Tank Plant boring mill

    • Cleveland Tank Plant; World War II; General Motors Corp.; Korean War; Defense industry; Drilling & boring machinery
    • "It Usually Takes a Machine twice this big to build some of the Walker Bulldog tank parts. But with a little persistence and a lot of ingenuity, a group of workers headed by Walter Millington, superintendent of methods, redesigned this one for the...
    • Herb Score, 1957

    • Score, Herb; Cleveland Indians; Major League Baseball; Baseball players; Play-by-play announcers; Sportscasters; Radio personalities; Television personalities
    • "Herb Score, note right eye."-- photo verso.
      As a player and a broadcaster, Herb Score was an important part of Cleveland Indians baseball for several generations of Tribe fans. Arguably the best left-handed pitcher ever to wear an Indians...
    • Herb Score presented with "Most Outstanding Player of 1954" award

    • Score, Herb; Cleveland Indians; Major League Baseball; Baseball players; Play-by-play announcers; Sportscasters; Radio personalities; Television personalities; Troutman, George
    • "George Troutman, head of minor leagues presents Sporting News award to Herb Score - Most Outstanding Player of 1954"-- Photo verso.
      As a player and a broadcaster, Herb Score was an important part of Cleveland Indians baseball for several...
    • Herb Score and Nancy McNamara

    • Score, Herb; Cleveland Indians; Major League Baseball; Baseball players; Play-by-play announcers; Sportscasters; Radio personalities; Television personalities; Score, Nancy (McNamara)
    • "Herb Score and Nancy McNamara leave hospital with sun glasses."--photo verso.
      As a player and a broadcaster, Herb Score was an important part of Cleveland Indians baseball for several generations of Tribe fans. Arguably the best left-handed...
    • Interior of St. Margaret Mary Catholic School

    • Saint Margaret Mary Catholic Church (South Euclid, Ohio); St. Margaret Mary School (South Euclid, Ohio); Catholic churches; Catholic schools
    • "You couldn't blame a student for doing a bit of daydreaming when the view out his schoolroom window is as pretty as this one. Shown here is an interior view of one of the new classrooms at St. Margaret Mary School in South Euclid, O." -- photo...
    • Bob Feller contemplates a baseball

    • Baseball; Baseballs; Feller, Bob, 1918-2010; Cleveland Indians; Baseball players; Baseball pitchers
    • "Bob Feller, Cleveland Indians pitcher, looks at the ball with which he tied [Philadelphia Athletics pitcher Rube] Waddell's strikeout record of 343 in a season." --photo caption. Feller went on to finish the season with 348 strikeouts,...

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