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    • School Gardengram, "The use of plant materials in the home yard"

    • School gardens; Cleveland Public Schools Horticulture Program; Gardening; Agriculture; Laboratory schools; School children; Local foods; Urban agriculture; Lesson plans; Teacher Education; Teaching--Aids and devices; Plants
    • "School Gardengram, volume V, number 6, Published by the National Garden Institute, RFD #3, Zanesville, Ohio; Oct., 1954; The use of plant materials in the home yard; Usable and desirable for growing in a garden planting and include: lawns and...
    • West 25th Street and Willey Avenue, NE

    • Cleveland Union Terminal; West approach; West 25th St.; Willey Ave.
    • Northeast corner of West 25th St. and Willey Ave., showing the apartment buildings at 2155-2166 West 25th and 2169-2171 W.25th. A. Kredo Carriage Hardware Co., 2175 West 25th, is located on the corner. Small print on the sign below the Company's...
    • Columbus Road and Champlain Avenue, NE

    • Cleveland Union Terminal; Station area; Columbus Rd.; Champlain Ave.
    • Northeast corner of Columbus Rd. and Champlain Ave. location of Royal Pattern Works, 1577 Columbus; Allen Machine Co., 1585 Columbus; Zeus Electric Co., 1591 Columbus; Valley Plating Co., 1591 Columbus; and Ellsworth Cafe, 1018 Champlain. The...
    • St. Joseph Academy, Nottingham, O.

    • Schools; Saint Joseph Academy; Catholic schools; Euclid; Nottingham
    • Photograph of St. Joseph Academy, located in what was then Nottingham, Ohio, but is now part of Euclid.
      NOTTINGHAM was a small village that once rivaled Euclid Village; both were carved out of old EUCLID TOWNSHIP Centered around the last mile...
    • Nottingham Convent, Nottingham, Ohio

    • Catholic churches; Convents; Churches; Euclid; Nottingham
    • Artist's drawing of Nottingham Convent, located in what then Nottingham, Ohio and is now part of Euclid.
      NOTTINGHAM was a small village that once rivaled Euclid Village; both were carved out of old EUCLID TOWNSHIP Centered around the last mile...
    • Villa Angela, Nottingham Convent

    • Catholic churches; Villa Angela; Convents; Nottingham
    • A view of Villa Angela from Euclid Beach.
      NOTTINGHAM was a small village that once rivaled Euclid Village; both were carved out of old EUCLID TOWNSHIP Centered around the last mile of Euclid Creek, the area was bounded by Lake Erie on the north,...
    • Ursuline Academy, Villa Angela, Nottingham, Ohio

    • Catholic schools; Private schools; Villa Angela; Nottingham
    • West view on campus.
      NOTTINGHAM was a small village that once rivaled Euclid Village; both were carved out of old EUCLID TOWNSHIP Centered around the last mile of Euclid Creek, the area was bounded by Lake Erie on the north, E. 185th and E....
    • Villa Angela, Nottingham, Ohio

    • Schools; Villa Angela; Nottingham
    • Drawing of Villa Angela, located in what was then Nottingham, Ohio.
      NOTTINGHAM was a small village that once rivaled Euclid Village; both were carved out of old EUCLID TOWNSHIP Centered around the last mile of Euclid Creek, the area was bounded...
    • Interior Hoose's General Store, Nottingham, O.

    • General stores; Stores & shops; Nottingham; Euclid
    • Interior of Hoose's General Store, Nottingham, Ohio.
      NOTTINGHAM was a small village that once rivaled Euclid Village; both were carved out of old EUCLID TOWNSHIP Centered around the last mile of Euclid Creek, the area was bounded by Lake Erie on...
    • Greetings from Frissell's-on-the-Lake

    • Frissell's-on-the-Lake; Lake Erie; Dwellings; Nottingham; Euclid
    • "Greetings from Frissell's-on-the-Lake on the shores of Lake Erie. E.A. Freissell, Prop., Nottingham, Ohio."--card front.
      NOTTINGHAM was a small village that once rivaled Euclid Village; both were carved out of old EUCLID TOWNSHIP Centered...
    • Beachland, Nottingham, Ohio

    • Beachland; Dwellings; Nottingham; Euclid; Lake Erie
    • "Beachland, Nottingham, Ohio"--card front.
      NOTTINGHAM was a small village that once rivaled Euclid Village; both were carved out of old EUCLID TOWNSHIP Centered around the last mile of Euclid Creek, the area was bounded by Lake Erie on the...
    • Frissell's Nottingham, Ohio

    • Frissell's-on-the-Lake; Dwellings; Lake Erie; Nottingham; Euclid
    • "Frissells' Nottingham, Ohio"--card front.
      NOTTINGHAM was a small village that once rivaled Euclid Village; both were carved out of old EUCLID TOWNSHIP Centered around the last mile of Euclid Creek, the area was bounded by Lake Erie on the...
    • Bellian, Joseph

    • Awards; Business people
    • "Bellian and Bicron are best in Ohio. Joseph C. Bellian, Bicron President, seated at right, received the Ohio Small Businessman of the Year award from S. Charles Hemming Jr, seated center, Cleveland District Director of the Small Business...
    • Cleveland Undercovers (cover by Mara)

    • 7 Flowers Press; Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Small Presses; Poetry; Poets; Ferek, Dagmar; Mara; Cleveland Undercovers
    • "Cleveland Undercovers. This poem dedicated to the majesty/of poetry in Cleveland/the most honorable James Lowell, King of Small Flowers."--title page.
      Poem by d.a. levy, published by his 7 Flowers Press, Cleveland Ohio, 1966. Mimeo, stapled....
    • Cleveland Undercovers (cover by d.a. levy)

    • 7 Flowers Press; Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Small Presses; Poetry; Poets; Cleveland Undercovers
    • "Cleveland Undercovers. This poem dedicated to the majesty/of poetry in Cleveland/the most honorable James Lowell, King of Small Flowers."--title page.
      Poem by d.a. levy, published by his 7 Flowers Press, Cleveland Ohio, 1966. This is one of 65...
    • Moms fail to sway Levy on drugs use

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Narcotics; Marijuana; Poets; Poetry; Geauga County (Ohio) ; Obscenity (Law)
    • "A small band of Geauga County mothers last night tried to persuade D.A. Levy, Cleveland Poet, not to use narcotics or drugs" -- from Cleveland Plain Dealer article, 1968-04-17.

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