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    • D.A. Levy faces new charges

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Law enforcement; Obscenity (Law); Actions & defenses; Poets; Poetry; Poetry readings
    • "Specifically, Levy is charged with accepting immoral and indecent poetry and publishing it, as well as reading and distributing it at the coffee house" -- from Cleveland Plain Dealer article, March 29, 1967.
    • Five decades at The Press [e-book]

    • Seltzer, Louis B.; Cleveland Press; Newspapers; Newspaper editors
    • Five Decades at The Press: An insider tells his story of legendary editor Louis B. Seltzer and a lifetime of working at The Cleveland Press. Memories of a 44 year veteran of the Press, written specifically for Cleveland Memory and the Cleveland...
    • Cleveland: City on Schedule [video]

    • Urban renewal; Community development; Garden Valley Estates; Erieview; Cleveland Chamber of Commerce; Government; Local Government; Lausche, Frank; Celebrezze, Anthony J.; Bohn, Ernest J.; Lister, James M.
    • Cleveland: City on Schedule” is a 34-minute 1962 film about the challenges facing the city in the post-war decade and how it was addressing them, specifically through planning and urban renewal, highlighting the Garden Valley development and...
    • Tension Builds in 5th Week of Evans Trial

    • Glenville Shootout; Riots & demonstrations; Trials (Murder) -- Ohio -- Cleveland; Black militant groups
    • Plain Dealer article describing the rising tension during the trial. Specifically, the article highlights the testimony of Patrolman Harold Butler and the cross-examination by defense attorney Charles Fleming.
    • Judge Gives Rules for Evans Trial

    • Glenville Shootout; Riots & demonstrations; Trials (Murder) -- Ohio -- Cleveland; Black militant groups
    • Plain Dealer article discussing Judge George J. McMonagle's 6 pages of trial orders specifically the orders addressed media coverage and courtroom attendance.
    • "First Monday in October," official portrait

    • Cleveland Play House (Organization : Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland Play House (Cleveland, Ohio : Building : Euclid : 1927- ); Francis Drury Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Lawrence, Jerome, 1915-2004; Lee, Robert Edwin, 1918-1994; Lawrence, Jerome,...
    • "The United States Supreme Court as seen in 'First Monday in October' opening at the Cleveland Play House Friday posed for its official potrait. The Justices are played by, from left, top: Ben Letter, Earl Keyes, Howard Renensland and Jean Arthur....

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