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    • The stink

    • Forbes, George; Standard Oil Co. (Ohio); National City Bank; Tax abatement; Cleveland City Council; Bridges; Rockefeller Center, Inc.; Andorn, Sidney Ignatius; WCLV (Radio station : Cleveland, Ohio)
    • The stink -- Tax gift $21 million -- Protestors impolite to Council called "ignorant" by Mary Zunt -- Bridges -- Rockefellers -- The babbler.
    • Ward Baking Company

    • Bakeries; Windsor Ave.
    • "We are indeed pleased to know that you are one of out many friends who called to see our wonderful modern sanitary bakery in operation. Among out assets is one we consider far greater than our property, buildings, machinery and equipment, and this...
    • Carter Hotel, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Carter Hotel; Hotels; Prospect Ave.; Playhouse Square Center
    • "The Carter Hotel, Prospect Avenue and E. 9th St. is situated near Cleveland's Playhouse Square and is one of Cleveland's finest hotels."--card verso. Street view of the red brick hotel and a parking garage filled with cars, cars are also on the...
    • Public Square, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Public Square; Soldiers' And Sailors' Monument
    • "Public Square, called also Monumental Square, forms the heart of the business section of Cleveland, being at the junction of Superior and Ontario Streets. As originally laid out, it was a plot of 10 acres, but by the extension through it of two...
    • High Level Bridge looking east

    • High Level Bridge; Bridges
    • "High Level Bridge, looking east, Cleveland, Fifth City." --card front. Cleveland was at times called the Fifth City because it was, until the mid-1920s, the fifth most populous city in the United States.
    • High Level Bridge at night

    • High Level Bridge; Bridges; Night
    • "High Level Bridge at night, Cleveland, Fifth City." --card verso. Cleveland was sometimes called the Fifth City because it was, for a time, the fifth most populous city in the United States.
    • High Level Bridge looking west

    • High Level Bridge; Bridges
    • "High Level Bridge looking west, Cleveland, Fifth City." --card front. Cleveland was at times called the Fifth City because it was, until the mid-1920s, the fifth most populous city in the United States.
    • Cleveland Public Library ca. 1915

    • Libraries; Cleveland Public Library
    • "Cleveland Public Library, Cleveland, Ohio." In the late 19th century and early 20th century, the library called various buildings its home for brief periods. This building, at the northeast corner of East Third St. and Rockwell Avenue, was home to...
    • High Level Bridge Looking West, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Detroit-Superior Bridge (Cleveland); Main Avenue Bridge; B & O Railroad Bridge; Flats; Cuyahoga River; Bridges; Rivers; Main Avenue Viaduct (Cleveland, Ohio); Veterans Memorial Bridge (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • High level Bridge is the largest double-deck bridge in the world. The lower deck has a span for six street car tracks and the upper deck is for pedestrians. In the background can be seen lake, breakwaters, piers, lighthouses of the shipping in...
    • Ginsberg, Fugs headline be-out for Levy, Lowell

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Lowell, James; Ginsberg, Allen, 1926-1997; Poetry; Poetry readings; Poets; Obscenity (Law)
    • A program of poetry by Alan Ginsberg and music by a singing group called the "Fugs" is planned for May 14 at Masonic Hall to raise money for the defense of bookseller James Lowell and hippy poet d.a. levy. -- from Cleveland Press article, April 24,...
    • Program for the week of August 5, 1945, featuring "More Love, Brother"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theater programs; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Spayde, Sydney H.; Set designers; Adix, Vern; Mantz, Harold; Dance; Choreography; Cramer, Miriam; Shaker...
    • The theatrical production for the week of August 5, 1945, was "More Love, Brother", a play about "The People Called Shakers", with "Incidental Songs and Dances" by Miriam Cramer. With choreography, dance direction, and music arranged from original...
    • Mather Mansion and fountain

    • Cleveland State University; Mather Mansion (Cleveland, Ohio); Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio);
    • Looking north from Euclid Ave. across the fountain pool towards Mather Mansion. CSU purchased Mather Mansion from the Cleveland Automobile Club in 1967. It was designated as a Cleveland Landmark in 1973. Originally called University Hall, the name...
    • Mather Mansion - dining room statuary

    • Cleveland State University; Mather Mansion (Cleveland, Ohio);
    • Statue located on the east wall of the first floor dining room. CSU purchased Mather Mansion from the Cleveland Automobile Club in 1967. It was designated as a Cleveland Landmark in 1973. Originally called University Hall, the name was changed to...
    • Mather Mansion - dining room statuary

    • Cleveland State University; Mather Mansion (Cleveland, Ohio);
    • Statue located on the east wall of the first floor dining room. CSU purchased Mather Mansion from the Cleveland Automobile Club in 1967. It was designated as a Cleveland Landmark in 1973. Originally called University Hall, the name was changed to...

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