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    • School Gardengrams, "Learning to know garden flowers"

    • 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; Flowers
    • "School Gardengrams: vol. IV, No. 2, Published by the National Gardening Institute, 1368 N. High St., Columbus, 1, Ohio, April, 1953; Learning to know garden flowers, by Paul R. Young"; A guide for a teaching project that can be carried out in all...
    • Editorial cartoon by Willard Combes

    • Combes, Willard; Editorial cartoons; Cleveland; Cleveland Electric Illuminating Co.; Strikes; Wildcat strikes; World War II
    • Editorial cartoon by Willard Combes depicting a man throwing a rock or large piece of coal with the word "STRIKE" on it at a lit light bulb. On the light bulb are written the words "Our War Time Light and Power." The man is standing on a sign...
    • West 133rd Street

    • West 133rd Street (Cleveland, Ohio); Knipper, Clayton; Garages
    • "At 10:30 P.M. this picture was taken without the aid of a flash bulb. Natural illumination for 45-second time exposure was provided by lighting of last night's storm. Press Photographer Clayton Knipper pointed camera out his window and took this...
    • Ladder rescue from the Cleveland Clinic fire

    • Cleveland Clinic Disaster; Cleveland Clinic; Fires; Disaster victims; Hospitals; Ladders
    • Rescue workers frantically attempt to save victims of the Cleveland Clinic fire by escorting them out of the buildings second floor down ladders. In the foreground of the photograph, the entrance to the Clinic ("Clinic Building") is visible. The...
    • Cleveland Clinic staff

    • Cleveland Clinic Disaster; Disasters; Fires
    • The Cleveland Clinic fire of May 15, 1929 is believed to have been caused by poisonous gases produced by x-ray film chemicals and heat from an exposed light bulb. The disaster claimed the lives of 123 people, including Clinic patients, employees...
    • Cleveland Clinic staff

    • Cleveland Clinic Disaster; Disasters; Fires
    • The Cleveland Clinic fire of May 15, 1929 is believed to have been caused by poisonous gases produced from x-ray film and an exposed light bulb. The disaster claimed the lives of 123 people, including Clinic patients, employees and visitors.
    • Damage causes by Clinic fire

    • Cleveland Clinic Disaster; Disasters; Fires
    • The Cleveland Clinic fire of May 15, 1929 is believed to have been caused by poisonous gases produced from x-ray film and an exposed light bulb. The disaster claimed the lives of 123 people, including Clinic patients, employees and visitors.
    • Cleveland Clinic, exterior view

    • Cleveland Clinic Disaster; Disasters; Fires
    • The Cleveland Clinic fire of May 15, 1929 is believed to have been caused by poisonous gases produced from x-ray film and an exposed light bulb. The disaster claimed the lives of 123 people, including Clinic patients, employees and visitors.
    • Taking away victim of Cleveland Clinic fire

    • Cleveland Clinic Disaster; Disasters; Fires; Disaster victims; Hospitals
    • The Cleveland Clinic fire of May 15, 1929 is believed to have been caused by poisonous gases produced by x-ray film chemicals and heat from an exposed light bulb. The disaster claimed the lives of 123 people, including Clinic patients, employees...
    • Assisting a victim of the Cleveland Clinic fire

    • Cleveland Clinic Disaster; Disasters; Fires; Disaster victims; Hospitals
    • The Cleveland Clinic fire of May 15, 1929 is believed to have been caused by poisonous gases produced by x-ray film chemicals and heat from an exposed light bulb. The disaster claimed the lives of 123 people, including Clinic patients, employees...
    • Fire at the Cleveland Clinic, May 15, 1929

    • Cleveland Clinic Disaster; Disasters; Fires; Hospitals
    • The Cleveland Clinic fire of May 15, 1929 is believed to have been caused by poisonous gases produced by x-ray film chemicals and heat from an exposed light bulb. The disaster claimed the lives of 123 people, including Clinic patients, employees...
    • Tending to victims of the Cleveland Clinic fire

    • Cleveland Clinic Disaster; Disasters; Fires; Disaster victims; Hospitals
    • The Cleveland Clinic fire of May 15, 1929 is believed to have been caused by poisonous gases produced from x-ray film and an exposed light bulb. The disaster claimed the lives of 123 people, including Clinic patients, employees and visitors.
    • Rescuing people from the Cleveland Cinic Fire

    • Cleveland Clinic Disaster; Disasters; Fires
    • The Cleveland Clinic fire of May 15, 1929 is believed to have been caused by poisonous gases produced from x-ray film and an exposed light bulb. The disaster claimed the lives of 123 people, including Clinic patients, employees and visitors....

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