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    • School Gardengram, "Christmas wreaths and door swags: classroom projects for the holiday...

    • 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; Holidays; Wreaths
    • "School Gardengram, vol. IV, no. 6, Published by National Garden Institute, 1368 N. High St., Columbus 1, Ohio, Nov., 1953; Christmas wreaths and door swags: classroom projects of the holiday season; by Paul R. Young"; Lesson begins with the...
    • Program for the week of August 8, 1943, featuring "Lost  Horizon"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theater programs; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Spayde, Sydney H.; Set designers; Russell, Walter S.
    • The theatrical production for the week of August 8, 1943 was Anne Coulter Martens and Christopher Spegel's "The Lost Horizon", based on the popular novel by James Hilton. The version performed at Cain Park Theatre was adapted by Beau Bruestle and...
    • School Gardengram, "Growing roses"

    • 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; Roses
    • "School Gardengram, vol. V, no. 1, Published by the National Garden Institute, 1368 N. High St., Columbus 1, Ohio, Jan.-Feb. 1954; Growing roses, by Paul R. Young." This issue was written for secondary students but the information could be adapted...
    • Program for the week og August 13, 1939, featuring "Peer Gynt"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theater programs; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Spayde, Sydney H.; Ibsen, Henrik, 1828-1906; Grieg, Edvard, 1843-1907
    • Entertainment for the week began with a "Community Hour" performance by the Choral Society of Cain Park Theatre on Sunday, August 13, 1939. This was followed by a performance by the Cleveland Heights Community Concert Band, conducted by Ralph E....
    • Program for the week of July 6, 1941, featuring William Shakespeare's "Macbeth"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Theater programs; Shakespeare, William; Macbeth; Tragedies; Szold, Bernard; Little theater movement; Set designers; Gentile,...
    • Entertainment for the week began with a "Community Hour" performance by the Choral Society of Cain Park Theatre on Sunday, July 6, 1941. William Shakespeare's tragedy, "Macbeth", was performed on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, July 9,...
    • Program for the week of July 9, 1944, featuring "The School For Husbands"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theater programs; Theatrical productions; Molière, 1622-1673; Theatrical producers & directors; Hulburt, John W.; Set designers; Hanby, John; Ballet; Choreography; Dance; Weidman,...
    • The theatrical production for the week of July 9, 1944 was Moliere's comedy, "The School For Husbands". The Cain Park Theatre production was adapted in rhyme by Arthur Guiterman and Lawrence Langer. It was directed by John W. Hulburt, with scenes...
    • The Not Ready For Prime Time Players...

    • Reagan, Ronald; Carter, Jimmy; Presidential elections; Television programs;
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of the names of presidential candidates adapted to the names of television programs, e.g. "Welcome Back Carter" and "Udall in the Family." There are twelve program titles in all represented three horizontally by four...
    • Dobama: Playbill for " Everything in the Garden"

    • Dobama Theater; Theater; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Actors; Playbills; Programs; Albee, Edward; Cooper, Giles
    • Two sided green playbill for Dobama Theater's production of "Everything in the Garden", an Edward Albee play that was adapted from one by Giles Cooper, and was presented April 27 through May 20.
    • Dobama: Playbill for "End of the Road"

    • Dobama Theater; Theater; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Actors; Playbills; Programs; Morris, Daniel; Barth, John
    • Two sided off-white playbill for the Dobama production of "The End of the Road" which was adapted from the John Barth book by Daniel Morris and presented for it's world premiere April 1 through April 24, 1971.
    • New Cleveland horse show arena

    • Horse shows; Arena; Arenas
    • Newspaper clipping: "Arena for Horse Show... This is the first photo of the new Cleveland equestrium, with its arena larger than that in Public Auditorium, now in final stages of completion on Denison avenue, at the Cleveland Union Stock Yards. The...
    • Cleveland Tank Plant boring mill

    • Cleveland Tank Plant; World War II; General Motors Corp.; Korean War; Defense industry; Drilling & boring machinery
    • "It Usually Takes a Machine twice this big to build some of the Walker Bulldog tank parts. But with a little persistence and a lot of ingenuity, a group of workers headed by Walter Millington, superintendent of methods, redesigned this one for the...
    • "Job" at The Cleveland Play House

    • Cleveland Play House (Organization : Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland Play House (Cleveland, Ohio : Building : Euclid : 1927- ); Brooks Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Alda, Alan, 1936-
    • "Martin Ambrose and Alan Alda in 'Job' as adapted from the Bible. Directed by Thomas Hill. Seeing by Paul Rodgers. Performed in the Brooks Theatre, April 15-26" -- photo verso.
    • Alan Alda in "Job"

    • Cleveland Play House (Organization : Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland Play House (Cleveland, Ohio : Building : Euclid : 1927- ); Brooks Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Alda, Alan, 1936-; Theatrical productions
    • "Alan Alda in 'Job' as adapted from the Bible. Directed by Thomas Hill."
    • Spoon River

    • Theatrical productions; Spoon River
    • Photo of Carla Petroski playing a milliner who resists the amorous advances of Jim Dilger, the town slicker, in Cleveland State University's 1989 production of "Spoon River," adapted by director Reuben Silver.

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