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    • Carling Brewing Company tops United Appeal goal fund drive

    • Carling Brewing Co.; Brewing And Distilling Industry; Brewing industry; Breweries; United Appeal; Fund raising
    • "Topping their united appeal goal brought this demonstration at the Carling Brewery plant at 9400 "Quincy Ave. It also brought flagpole sitter Elroy Osborne down from the perch where he had stayed during plant hours to stimulate giving to the fund...
    • Sibling survivors of Auschwitz

    • World War II; Concentration camps; Prisoners of war; Prison laborers; Auschwitz (Concentration camp); Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
    • "Survivors of Nazi Horror, Mrs. Lili Feuer and her brother, Abraham Weinberger, are shown in Mrs. Feuer's home, 3333 Beechwood Ave., Cleveland Heights, with painting Weinberger brought from Israel. He is general secretary of a 22-village area...
    • Carpenter brought down, Cleveland Browns at Washington Redskins in 1956

    • Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1946-1995); Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1956); Washington Redskins (Football team); Carpenter, Preston; Felton, Ralph; Jagielski, Harry
    • "WAP-102103-10/21/56-WASHINGTON: Preston Carpenter (40), fullback for the Cleveland Browns, is brought down by three Washington players after making a first down in the first quarter of the Browns-Redskins game here 10/21. The Redskin's are: Ralph...
    • Captain Frank Features

    • Restaurants
    • "Call 'em scampy or shrimp, city is now critters' capital. It sounds like a fish story when you tell how Cleveland is becoming the scampy center of America. That's natural because scampies are seafood. They are king-size shrimp. They weigh a...
    • General Mess Hall- Crile General Hospital

    • Crile Hospital; Hospitals; Military Hospitals; Parma (Ohio)
    • "This is the General Mess, which has a seating capacity of 800 for enlisted military personnel and ambulatory patients. There is a separate mess for officers, nurses, and ambulatory office patients. Bed patients are served in the wards with food...
    • Statue of Our Lady of Levocha

    • Catholic churches; Shrines; Churches; Bedford
    • Statue of Our Lady of Levocha carved from the wood of an apple tree as a replica of the original in Levocha, brought from Slovakia in 1930 to Bedford, Ohio. Pilgrimages are held at the shrine throughout the summer season. Vincentian Sisters of...
    • African Mahogany Crotoh

    • Advertisements; Exhibitions
    • "Largest ever brought to any market. Length 14 feet. Width 9 feet. Weight 16800 lbs. Measurements 2,700 board feet. Exhibited by The Martin-Carriss Co. Importers." -- photo front.
      Part of Cleveland Inmdustrial Exposition, June, 1909.
    • Cleveland State University Vikings Advertisement

    • Advertisements; Cleveland State University; Sports; Universities & colleges
    • "The enthusiasm brought to the Convocation Center last year by Head Coach Rollie Moassimino and his Vikings hoopsters will continue to spread in 1997-98. This season, the Vikings welcome Michigan State, Tulsa, Brown and Wichita State along with the...
    • Jacobs Field, Cleveland

    • Sports & recreation facilities; Jacobs Field; Baseball fields; Gateway
    • "Gateway District Cleveland, Ohio; Cleveland's downtown baseball park affords spectacular sight lines of the playing field as well as the backdrop of the city's skyline. The 42,000 seat park and adjacent 21,000 seat arena have brought thousands of...
    • Sculpture, Ukrainian Cultural Garden

    • Cultural Gardens; Ukrainian Cultural Garden; Sculptures; Rockefeller Park; Busts; Cleveland Cultural Gardens (Cleveland, Ohio); Vladimir, Grand Duke of Kiev, approximately 956-1015
    • "St. Vladimir the Great; brought Christianity to Ukraine in 988 A.D." -- photo verso.
    • Visitors to Higbee's Import Fair.

    • Higbee Co.; Department stores
    • Text on verso reads: "Prominent visitors to Higbee's Import Fair were Mr. and Mrs. William H. Ball, Muncie (Ind.) industrialist, who were greeted at the store by William C. Miller, Vice President and General Merchandise Manager. The Balls' arrived...
    • Dr. Sam Sheppard with newsmen

    • Homicides;Sheppard Murder Case;Sheppard, Sam;Ohio Penitentiary;Cancer;Marion Correctional Institution; Criminal investigations
    • "Dr. Sam Sheppard, serving a life term for slaying his wife, is surrounded by newsmen as he enters the Ohio Penitentiary for test to determine if he has cancer. Sheppard, an osteopath from the Cleveland suburb of Bay Village, was one of 171...
    • Higbee's storefront window.

    • Higbee Co.; Department stores
    • "Imported toys via Seaway is theme of disply being admired by five-year-old lad standing in front of Higbee's display window. The toy boats and other items, manufactured in England, were brought here aboard the Prins Willem III, first overseas...
    • Fred (Ahmed) Evans

    • Evans, Fred (Ahmed); Glenville (Cleveland, Ohio); Glenville Shootout; Riots & demonstrations; Cleveland Police Department; Black militant groups; Radicalism
    • "Fred "Ahmed" Evans, brought from Pen. to testify" -- photo verso.
      The events surrounding the Glenville Shootout occurred from July 23, 1968 to July 28, 1968 in Cleveland's Glenville neighborhood. Beginning as a gunfire exchange between...

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