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    • Little Orphan Agnew

    • Agnew, Spiro; Vice presidents;
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of Vice President Spiro Agnew dressed as Little Orphan Annie. He is saying "Leapin' liz. It sure is a cruel world when yer friends desertcha'. Behind him is an elephant saying "Arf!" The cartoon is captions...
    • Jewish Orphan Asylum

    • Jewish Orphan Asylum; Jews (Cleveland, Ohio); Orphanages; Cleveland Illustrated; Bellefaire
    • Jewish Orphan Asylum, on Woodland Avenue at East 51st Street (site of the former Dr. Seeyle's Water Sanitorium), 1868-1927, before moving to Shaker Hts as Bellefaire Jewish Children's Bureau
    • St. Louis Orphanage

    • Parmadale Family Services; Parmadale Children's Village Of St. Vincent De Paul; Orphanages; Orphans
    • The St. Louis Orphanage and St. Vincent Orphan Asylum combined in 1925 to form the Parmadale's Children Village of St. Vincent De Paul.
    • Arthur McBride and Ted Collins, NYC 1952 NFL Draft

    • Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1946-1995); Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1952); McBride, Arthur; Collins, Ted; Football team owners
    • "NEW YORK: Arthur B. McBride (L), owner of Cleveland Browns, and Ted Collins owner of N.Y. Yankees, better known as professional football's orphan owner, attend National Football League meeting in New York Jan. 17. The annual draft of college...
    • Montefiore

    • Nursing homes; Beech Brook, Inc.
    • Purchased by The Sir Moses Montefiore Kesher Home for the Aged know known as Montefiore from the Cleveland Protestant Orphan Asylum (built 1855) now known as BeechBrook in 1882. Montefiore relocated in 1918 to Mayfield Rd. in Cleveland Heights....
    • Rebecca Cromwell Rouse

    • Rouse, Rebecca Cromwell; Ladies' Aid Society; Philanthropists; Beech Brook, Inc.
    • Image is from 'A history of the city of Cleveland: Its settlement, rise and progress 1796-1896 by James Harrison Kennedy, 1896.'

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