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    • Cleveland Hopkins International Airport

    • Hopkins Airport; Airports
    • "Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, Cleveland, Ohio. The new terminal, which serves 3,150,000 people annually, was dedicated in March, 1956. An average of 800 flights daily arrive and depart for locations in and out of the continental United...
    • Cleveland's University Circle

    • University Circle; Pavements
    • "The focus of residential Cleveland is University Circle, at the intersection of Euclid Avenue and East Boulevard. It is a wide, rounded expanse of brick pavement, handsomely parked in the center. The surroundings include Case School of Applied...
    • City Club Forum: Ohio attorney general candidates debate: Marc Dann versus Betty Montgomery [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Dann, Marc; Montgomery, Betty; State government; Political elections; Courtesy; Politicians; Political strategies
    • Friday Forum: ''Little left unsaid during [Ohio] attorney general debate'' between Marc Dann and Betty Montgomery. A Plain Dealer article described the debate: ''With a new Plain Dealer poll showing their race is neck-and-neck, state Auditor Betty...
    • Larchmont Avenue

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Larchmont Ave
    • Larchmont Ave. is a residential street in western Lakewood, running south from Detroit to Madison Ave. In 1976 Larchmont Ave., north of Madison Ave. ranked highest in Cuyahoga County in the 1976 computer reappraisal with homes selling 23% above...
    • Fenn College marketing class

    • Fenn College; Cleveland (Ohio); Teaching; Iglauer, Jay; Evans, Everett; Skeath, William; Dix, William; Clarker, Robert; Beneke, Elroy
    • "By JACK WARFEL ... Practical teaching by more than 70 representatives of Cleveland business, industrial and professional groups today was inaugurated in Fenn College classrooms. First visiting instructor from Fenn's newly expanded college...
    • Forest Hill Park bridge

    • East Cleveland (Ohio); Bridges; Forest Hills Boulevard (Ohio); Forest Hill Estate (John D. Rockefeller)
    • "Forest Hill Park - Footbridge over Forest Hill Blvd. Jan. 9, 1941 - 80% complete, Average no. of men employed - 1000, Time req. for completion - 2 years - Community benefit - Recreational center for public." - photo verso
    • Panoramic view of beach, Mentor Headlands

    • Mentor Headlands Beach State Park; Parks; Beaches; Swimmers; Lake Erie
    • "Hot weather and new roads are bringing bitter crowds to Headlands State Park near Painesville. More than 8000 persons off at the mile-long Lake Erie Beach yesterday. Warren Landon, park director said the opening of the Lakeland Freeway and new...
    • General Electric Fluorescent Lamp Works

    • General Electric Co.; Product inspection; Nela Park; Lighting
    • "Filling the bins... and the inspection tables at the General Electric Fluorescent Lamp Works, Nela Park, are G.E.'s new fluorescent lamps. Twelve thousand are being produced daily. The increased production has brought manufacturing savings now...
    • Ore boats waiting for steel strike to end

    • Ore carriers; Harbors; Ships; Steel industry strikes; Lakes; Iron & steel workers; Steel; Steel industry; Lake Erie
    • "Idle Ore Boats waited lazily in Cleveland Harbor today for the end of the steel strike. Each vessel carries an average crew of 36 persons. They remain aboard ready to dash for the head of the Lakes when activity is resumed. The empty boats are...
    • Doolittle wins Thompson Trophy Race

    • Cleveland National Air Races; Doolittle, James Harold, 1896-1993 ; Awards; Aircraft; Air shows; Air pilots
    • "Jimmy Doolittle (center) with admirers as he walks to the public address system at the National Air Races in Cleveland Sept. 5th following his victory in the 100- mile Thompson Trophy Race. Doolittle flew the race in 23 minutes, 44 seconds for an...
    • Wooten and Schafrath 40-yard dash, Cleveland Browns 1959

    • Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1946-1995); Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1959); Wooten, John; Schafrath, Dick
    • Rookies John Wooten (left) and Dick Schafrath "run in conditioning drills during training camp in 1959. One test that Paul Brown invented to gauge a player's skill was the 40-yard dash. Though 40 yards was a seemingly odd distance, Brown used 40...

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