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    • President James A. Garfield Monument  (Vertical Images)

    • Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881; Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881 -- Death and burial; Garfield Monument (Cleveland, Ohio); Advertising
    • Message reads: "'I feel like kicking myself for not using Cray Brothers Cleveland Iron Shoes long ago. They're the best shoes I ever saw and I save 40c per keg.' That's what one man said after trying our shoes. Suppose you let us send you a sample...
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    • Grove, Roy; Cartoons; Cartoonists; World War I; Soldiers; France; Eiffel Tower (Paris, France)
    • Roy Grove World War I cartoon showing two soldiers and a man in a kilt reading a newspaper. The top of the Eiffel Tower is in the background. This cartoon appeared in the Cleveland Press on December 16, 1918. Caption: "DOES PARIS SET THE STYLES...
    • The Home Stretch

    • Reagan, Ronald; Carter, Jimmy; Horses; Racetracks (Horse racing); Turtles; Presidential elections
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan in a horse race on a track filled with mud. There is a turtle in the lower right part of the cartoon holding onto a racing form with "track is slow" on it and he is saying "It's a...
    • Lucky Pierre RIP

    • Trudeau, Pierre; Canada; Thatcher, Margaret
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of a man holding flowers and standing next to a grave site marked "Lucky Pierre RIP." He is looking at a letter and saying "Why, they're from Lady Margaret, Mister Trudeau. She's coming home just to see you bless...
    • You're Not That Common

    • Carter, Jimmy; Great Britain; Uncle Sam
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of President Jimmy Carter dressed in a ragged, rumpled Uncle Sam costume. He is standing at an open door marked "Common Market Countries" that is being held open by a man who is saying "With all due respect, sir,...
    • Well We Own It, Don't We?

    • Combes, Willard; Editorial cartoons; Cleveland; Transportation; Mass transit; Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority; Cleveland Railway Co.; Cable cars (Streetcars); Dogs
    • Editorial cartoon by Willard Combes depicting a City Transit No. 13 streetcar filled to overflowing with people inside, on front of and on top of it. The scene is a cold, snow-and-ice-filled winter day and the people are saying such things as "It...
    • Workers decorating pottery at the Hall China Company

    • East Liverpool (Ohio);Hall China Company; Potteries; Industry
    • "Pottery decorating, Hall China Company located in East Liverpool, Ohio."--Photo verso.
      Hall China attracted talented designers. Eva Zeisel designed the curvaceous and popular "Century" dinnerware design for Hall China, and Donald...
    • New coffeepot at St. Anthony's Home

    • Saint Anthony's Church; Women; Coffeepots; Coffee
    • "NEW COFFEE URN at St. Anthony Boys' Home gets trial run by Guild members Mrs. Joseph W. Reynolds (left) and Mrs. Sam Manser. They're on the committee for the Guild's Christmas luncheon-party Thursday." --article photo verso. "Mrs. Joseph W....
    • Cloverleaf hangars at Burke Lakefront Airport

    • Burke Lakefront Airport; Airports; Hangars; Airplanes
    • ''LAKE FRONT CLOVERLEAFS now are ready for airplanes, and waiting for pilots willing to pay the $45 monthly hangar rental. There are four, with space in each for four planes. They're steel and concrete, shining bright in a startling coat of white,...
    • Pedestrians walking through Erieview Plaza

    • Erieview (Cleveland, Ohio); Erieview
    • "With trees nearing full leaf, one of downtown Cleveland's most attractive promenades now is the Erieview Plaza walk along the north side of St. Clair Ave. When the big trees were planted last year many downtowners wondered how many would survive....
    • Pool Hall On East 123rd Street

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Glenville (Cleveland, Ohio); Billiard parlors
    • "Pool Hall at 972 E. 123d St. is a neighborhood menace, many residents claim. 'Loud profanity, fighting, breaking wine bottles on the street, molesting women...' These are only a few of the complaints listed on petitions concerning a pool hall at...
    • Looters carrying rolls of carpeting

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Floor coverings; Looters; Hough Riots; Race riots; African Americans;
    • "YOUTHS CARRIED CARPETING across Hough Ave. near E. 84th St. as looting continued during the early daylight hours. Referring to looters who apparently were busy at Merit Cleaners, one fireman said: 'Look at them looting. If you stop them they start...
    • Barbershop quartet with fake mustaches

    • WGAR (Radio station : Cleveland, Ohio); Radio stations; Radio industry; Singers; Radio personalities; Mustaches;
    • "HARMONIZING AND PUBLICIZING are Bill Beutel (left), Hal Morgan, Bob Smeley, and Tom Armstrong. What they're singing about is Beutel's Barbershop, which can be heard every Saturday over WGAR at 5:05." - photo verso

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