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    • Mayfair Casino, Cleveland's million dollar theatre restaurant

    • Restaurants; Playhouse Square Center; Ohio Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Mayfair Casino
    • "The Mayfair Casino in Cleveland, Ohio is a theatre restaurant so intriguing so perfect in its appointments and subtle good taste so superlative in its service so ultra modern different and new it will entice you to come again and again. The Main...
    • Radioland, Great Lakes Exposition, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Great Lakes Exposition; Exhibition buildings; Exhibition facilities
    • "Headline bands and acts of the air waves attract thousands to Sherwin-Williams Radioland, wherein full benefit may be obtained from Lake Erie's breezes. During the Exposition season outstanding radio entertainers will be heard in inviting...
    • Program for the week of July 25, 1943, featuring "Sweethearts"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theater programs; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Operas & operettas; Abegglen, Homer N.; Set designers; Gentile, Gerard
    • The theatrical production for the week of July 25, 1943 was "Sweethearts", an Operetta in Two Acts with music by Victor Herbert, book by Harry B. Smith and Fred De Gresne, and lyrics by Robert B. Smith. The Cain Park Theatre production was...
    • Bowling Balls From Hell Album

    • Bowling Balls From Hell; Clone Records; The Waitresses; Defrange, Denis; Carney, Ralph; Thomas, Davis; Haff Notz; Hurricane Bob; Music; Musicians; Nicholis, Nick; Bushflow Studios; Album Covers; Frazier, Mark
    • Bowling Balls From Hell was a 1980 compilation album of Akron music produced my Nick Nicholis. Many Akron musicians performed on the album in the different groups listed, as well as backing solo acts.
    • Poor Girl

    • Poor Girl; Music; Bands; Musicians; Chi Pig; Smith, Debbie; Schmidt, Sue
    • 1960s group Poor Girl. Two of its members, Susan Schmidt and Debbie Smith, were also members of the Akron Sound Era Group Chi Pig. Poor Girl opened for national acts playing in Akron during their existence.
    • Flier for the grand opening of the Lime Spider

    • The Lime Spider; ; Bands; Music; Bars (Drinking establishments); Fliers (Printed matter)
    • Flier for the grand opening of The Lime Spider in Akron. Formerly Mr. Bilbo's. and now the Lockview, The Lime Spider was a small club booked up and coming national bands and helped break local acts such as The Black Keys.
    • Sue Schmidt of Chi Pig

    • Bands; Musicians; Music; Bars (Drinking establishments); Nightclubs; Schmidt, Sue; Chi Pig; The Bank
    • "Sue Schmidt-Chi Pig at the Bank Nite Club in Akron 1980"--photo verso. The trio Chi Pig was part of the "second wave" of the Akron Sound. Although two of their members, Schmidt and Debbie Smith, were part of a well known all girl band in the...
    • Barbara Goff helping Patricia Williams with makeup

    • Your Face is Familiar; Cosmetics & soap; Artists; Actors; Burton Volunteer Fire Department (Burton, Ohio); Burton High School (Burton, Ohio); Women's clubs
    • Barbara Goff helping Patricia Williams with makeup. Patricia Williams was an actor in the production of "Your Face is Familiar". It was a farce in three acts presented by Womens Auxiliary and Burton Volunteer Fire Department Monday March 26, 1951...
    • Wendell Hansel & George Williams in "Your Face is Familiar"

    • Your Face is Familiar; Actors; Theatrical productions; Theaters; Burton High School (Burton, Ohio); Burton Volunteer Fire Department (Burton, Ohio); Women's clubs
    • Wendell Hansel & George Williams performing in drag in the play, "Your Face is Familiar". It was a farce in three acts presented by Women's Auxiliary and Burton Volunteer Fire Department Monday March 26, 1951 at Burton School Auditorium.
    • Cast of "Your Face Is Familiar"

    • Your Face is Familiar; Theatrical productions; actors; Burton Volunteer Fire Department (Burton, Ohio); Women's clubs; Burton High School (Burton, Ohio); theaters
    • The entire cast of "Your Face Is Familiar": Addie Farmwald, Kay Russell, Jeanette Burnett, Barbara Goff, Wendell Hansel, Karl Goff, Patricia Williams, George Williams and Carl Harms, Monday March 26, 1951. "Your Face Is Familiar" A farce in three...
    • Program for "Your Face is Familiar"

    • Your Face is Familiar; Theatrical productions; Programs; Burton Volunteer Fire Department (Burton, Ohio); Women's clubs
    • Program for "Your Face is Familiar", including list of characters and actors playing accompanying parts, Monday March 26, 1951. "Your Face Is Familiar", a farce in three acts presented By Women's Auxiliary and Burton Volunteer Fire Department...
    • 1946 Program for "The Farmer Takes A Wife"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Amphitheaters; Parks
    • In 1946, Cain Park's production of "The Farmer Takes a Wife" starred Vincent Herst, Carl A. Wagner, Wilma Sparrow, and John L. Price. Burleigh Murray Reiff, who played Lucy Gurget, celebrated her 52nd show in the business when she performed in "The...
    • City Club Forum: James Thindwa, head, Chicago Jobs with Justice [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Unions; Teachers; Charter schools; School choice
    • Friday Forum: ''The Role of Social Movements in Creating Transformative Change,'' with James Thindwa, organizer with Chicago ACTS (Alliance of Charter Teachers and Staff) and former executive director, Jobs with Justice. See Further Reading for...
    • Inside pages of a program for The Mayfair Casino, 1936

    • Mayfair Casino; Playhouse Square Center; Restaurants; Nightclubs; Programs
    • A program for the Mayfair Casino. In 1935 the theater was redone as a supper club called the Mayfair Casino. The Mayfair Casino only lasted until December of 1936, which makes this program trumpeting the acts scheduled to perform at the Mayfair in...
    • Inaugural Program from the Allen Theatre on April 1st, 1921

    • Allen Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; Premieres; Programs; Playbills;
    • Inaugural Program from the Allen Theatre on April 1st, 1921. The Allen Theatre offered a full program of entertainment for its theatergoers when it opened. The program offers a mix of orchestra music, movies, and dancing, as well as other acts. ...
    • Program for the Mayfair Casino from 1936

    • Mayfair Casino; Playhouse Square Center; Restaurants; Nightclubs; Programs
    • A program for the Mayfair Casino. In 1935 the theater was redone as a supper club called the Mayfair Casino. The Mayfair Casino only lasted until December of 1936, which makes this program trumpeting the acts scheduled to perform at the Mayfair in...

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