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    • No. 13: The House of Wills - Cleveland, Ohio

    • House Of Wills; Funeral homes and Funeral practices; East 55th St.; Hospitals; Cleveland Hebrew Schools
    • Currently vacant (2014) since 2011 the building at 2491 e.55th. Was the House of Wills Funeral Home. "The House of Wills was established in 1905 by J. Walter Wills Sr. This Negro institution has become a landmark in tradition and service. It is...
    • Berry, Reiles Sr., Funeral Program

    • Obituary; Funeral; Funeral rites & ceremonies; Memorial rites & ceremonies
    • Mr. Reiles Berry Sr. died on November 18, 1979 at White Cliff Nursing Home. In the early 1900s, he moved from Macon, Georgia to Cleveland, Ohio. He attended Second Mt. Olive Baptist Church. He was married to Rose L. Bunn with whom he had six...
    • Charles L. Beard, Sr., 1955

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Men; Grocery stores; Markets
    • Charles L. Beard, Sr., age 33, on opening day (01 SEP 1955) of Chuck's Market (formerly Gang's Market), 130 South Point Dr., (corner of South Point and Electric Drives), Avon Lake, Ohio. The market closed in 1975 and burned down in March 1976.
    • City Club Forum: The Reverend Jesse L. Jackson, Sr.  [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Jackson, Jesse, 1941-; Civil rights; Equal opportunity programs; Stock market; Stockholder; National...
    • Wednesday: ''[Jesse] Jackson to bring crusade for economic growth to Cleveland; Plan [named 9th Street Project] is to invest $100,000 in 50 largest companies to push their directors for minority opportunities,'' according to Jesse L. Jackson, Sr....
    • Jack Hearns and Sr. Therese

    • Orphanages; Orphans; Parmadale Children's Village Of St. Vincent De Paul; Parmadale Family Services; Music
    • "Sr. Therese, Superior & Jack Hearns."
    • Sr. Mary Corrine and children at St. John Cantius school

    • Poles; Churches; Polish churches; Roman Catholic churches; St. John Kanty (Cantius) (Cleveland, Ohio); Nuns; Schools; Religious education; Church schools; Catholic schools
    • Sr. Mary Corrine, second grade teacher, and children using hula hoops at St. John Cantius school on September 26, 1958. This photo, "a Good Turn for Sister," won Clayton Knipper the Cleveland Newspaper Guild's Best Feature Photo award for 1958.
    • Donald Waldrip and Julius Davis Sr. at Glenville High School

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Glenville High School; School superintendents; Cleveland Public Schools; School integration; Segregation; Busing (School integration)
    • "Glenville High School - Donald R. Waldrip (right) Cleveland desegregation administrator, Julius Davis Sr., Chairman of Music Department - Schools - Cleveland - Desegregation. Do not credit photographer" - photo verso.
    • "Varsity Drag" performers

    • Cleveland Public Schools; Students; Costumes; Actors; Actresses; John Adams High School (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "John Adams Show Varsity Drag L-R - Linda Krawetz - 17 sr., 5903 Cary-Jay Blvd, Richmond Hts., Ken Kovach, 16, jr. 9225 Sophia Ave., city - Phyllis Plesmid - 17, sr. 17203 Biltmore Ave., city" - photo verso
    • City Club Forum: Sister Helen Prejean, author and capital punishment opponent [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Prejean, Helen; Executions; Religion & politics; Criminals; Judicial error; Capital punishment
    • Friday Forum: Sr. Helen Prejean, author of ''The Death of Innocents, An Eyewitness Account of Wrongful Executions,'' and ''Dead Man Walking.'' Battisti Memorial Lecture. The Karen Faith Witt and A.H Weinstein Memorial Forum and the Annual Forum on...
    • Benjamin Patterson

    • Paint industry; Industrial facilities; Warehouses; Hamilton Ave. (Cleveland, Ohio); Patterson, Benjamin; Patterson-Sargent Company
    • Benjamin Patterson, Sr., one of the founders of the Burtis, Patterson, Sargent Company in 1890, brought out his partners shortly thereafter. The company became Patterson-Sargent in 1895 and remained so until being sold to H.K. Porter Co. in 1959.
    • "Cuyahoga River, Monroe Falls, Ohio"

    • Rivers; Streams; Bridges; Mills; Canals; Photograph albums
    • From a Munroe Falls Historical Society member: The first photo is the bridge on SR 91 over the Cuyahoga River in Munroe Falls, which is no longer there.

      Cleveland State acquired a small photo album in the 1990s, containing 49 black and...
    • "Old saw mill, steel bridge, near Cuyahoga Falls"

    • Rivers; Streams; Bridges; Mills; Canals; Photograph albums
    • From a Munroe Falls Historical Society member on 4/23/03: "...looks like a bridge that still exists on Middlbury Road in Kent off of SR 261."

      Cleveland State acquired a small photo album in the 1990s, containing 49 black and white images...

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