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    • WCLV "Poetry Seminar" radio program broadcasts: 1963-1964 [Audio]

    • WCLV (Radio station : Cleveland, Ohio); Radio; Radio programs; Interviews; Billera, Jau; Poetry; Poets; Art; Editing; Publishing; Printing; Taylor, Kent; Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Simon, Adelaide; Atkins, Russell; Poetry readings; Fenn...
    • Poetry Seminar was a weekly radio show that aired Saturday afternoons in Cleveland on station WCLV in the early-mid 1960s, when the station was still located in the Eastgate Shopping Center in Mayfield Heights, Ohio. The show, hosted by local poet...
    • St. Charles Avenue - Honam-Hotchkiss House

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Honam-Hotchkiss House; St. Charles Ave.
    • The Honam-Hotchkiss house, a stone house, was built in 1838 by John Honam, a Scots weaver, Honam owned property between Belle Ave. and Warren Rd., north of Detroit Ave. to the lake. The house was built of Berea sandstone from a quarry on Cook Ave....
    • St. Charles Avenue - Honam-Hotchkiss House

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Honam-Hotchkiss House; St. Charles Ave.
    • The Honam-Hotchkiss house, a stone house, was built in 1838 by John Honam, a Scots weaver, Honam owned property between Belle Ave. and Warren Rd., north of Detroit Ave. to the lake. The house was built of Berea sandstone from a quarry on Cook Ave....
    • St. Charles Avenue - Honam-Hotchkiss House

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Honam-Hotchkiss House; St. Charles Ave.
    • The Honam-Hotchkiss house, a stone house, was built in 1838 by John Honam, a Scots weaver, Honam owned property between Belle Ave. and Warren Rd., north of Detroit Ave. to the lake. The house was built of Berea sandstone from a quarry on Cook Ave....
    • St. Charles Avenue - Honam-Hotchkiss House

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Honam-Hotchkiss House; St. Charles Ave.
    • G.P. Hostelley Upholstering, located in the Honam-Hotchkiss house, a stone house built in 1838 by John Honam, a Scots weaver, Honam owned property between Belle Ave. and Warren Rd., north of Detroit Ave. to the lake. The house was built of Berea...
    • St. Charles Avenue - Honam-Hotchkiss House

    • Lakewood (Ohio); St. Charles Ave.; Honam-Hotchkiss House
    • The Honam-Hotchkiss house, a stone house built in 1838 by John Honam, a Scots weaver, Honam owned property between Belle Ave. and Warren Rd., north of Detroit Ave. to the lake. The house was built of Berea sandstone from a quarry on Cook Ave. and...
    • Bob Hope

    • Hope, Bob; Celebrities; Comedians; Entertainers
    • "San Diego, Calif. - Entertainer Bob Hope receives Navy's highest civilian honor, the Distinguished Public Service Award, from Navy Secretary John H. Chafee in ceremonies at North Island Naval Air Station. Afterwards Hope quipped, 'I can't tell you...
    • Site of Moses Cleaveland's landing marker

    • Cleaveland, Moses; Posters; Historical markers
    • "Near this site landed Moses Cleaveland and his surveying party July 22, 1796. Passing up the hill along the old Indian trail (Union Lane) Cleveland viewed for the first time the land on which was afterwards located the city named in his honor....

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