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    • Cliffs and Bridges, Brookside Park, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Brookside Park (Cleveland, Ohio); Brookside Park Bridge (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "Brookside park, one of Cleveland's most beautiful parks, has an area of 153 acres, 1 7/8 miles of driveways and 3 1-2 acres of water. Athletic contests are held here by the schools during the summer and are witnessed by immense crowds. The Zoo,...
    • Cleveland Hopkins Airport

    • Hopkins Airport; Airports; Airport Terminals; Airplanes
    • "The Cleveland Hopkins Airport is one of the largest municipal airports in the world. It covers over 1,500 acres and it is being expanded. Service may be hand to all parts of the world"--postcard caption.
    • The Boltons: Bill - Barb - Char - Adie - Ol

    • Bolton, Oliver Payne; State government; Legislators; Politicians; Political campaigns
    • "Congressman Oliver P. Bolton, candidate for Congressman-at-Large" -- post card caption. "Dear ---, Ollie Bolton has been a good Congressman for three terms from Ohio's 11th District. We need his experience and knowledge in Washington. I hope...
    • Paxton stars in "The Thracian Horses"

    • Cleveland Play House (Organization : Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland Play House (Cleveland, Ohio : Building : Euclid : 1927- ); Paxton, Dorothy; Francis Drury Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Theatrical productions; Actors
    • "Alcestis (Dortothy Paxton) : 'I am dying' Rolf Engelhardt, Dorothy Paxton in a scene from 'The Thracian Horses' at the Play House, in the Drury Theatre" -- photo caption.
    • Two women in a sailboat

    • Sailboats; Boating (Recreational); Fenn College
    • "First launching of '53 in Cleveland waters finds Rosemarie Weismann [ofr 3757 W. 178th St.] and Pat Young [of Mentor] afloat and looking for a breeze. Confused? See page 12." Photo caption as published in the Cleveland Press, Feb. 14, 1953. ...
    • Metals Park, Ohio

    • American Society for Metals; ASM World Headquarters; Fuller, R. Buckminster (Richard Buckminster), 1895-1983; Geodesic domes; Kelly, John Terence; Materials Park; Metals Park; Space Lattice; Mineral Garden
    • Caption: "Being discovered in increasing numbers of motorists along Ohio Route 87 east of Cleveland is a new free tourist attraction -- huge geodesic dome and headquarters of American Society for Metals."
    • Chief Sunnimoor

    • Sunnimoor Farm; Chief Sunnimoor; World Metallurgical Congress
    • Caption: "Smoking pipe of peace and joining in invitation to overseas conferees." On September 29, 1951, William H. Eisenman and his wife, Mill, hosted conferees of the first World Metallurgical Congress to a re-enactment of early Native American...
    • Ceremonial dances at Sunnimoor Farm

    • Sunnimoor Farm; World Metallurgical Congress
    • Caption: "Then followed the ceremonial dances of the tribe given in authentic costume, movement and rhythm. (Above-two of the younger members of the tribe give "touch greeting" to the overseas guests.)" On September 29, 1951, William H. Eisenman...
    • grove46

    • Grove, Roy; Cartoons; Cartoonists; Leap year
    • Roy Grove cartoon of a man hanging up his coat on a coat rack in an office, showing surprice at the calendar on the wall that reads "FEB. 29 ALSO MAR. 1." Handwritten caption at the bottom of the drawing: "LEAP YEAR IS NOT EVERY FOUR YRS" and...
    • Alta House fundraiser

    • Alta House; Italians; Fund raising; Settlement houses; Little Italy
    • "$400 GIFT TO ALTA HOUSE was presented by the Little Italy-Restaurant Assn. from sponsorship of showing of the movie, 'Fall of the Roman Empire.' The gift was made in Italian money provided by the Society National Bank." -- photo caption. "L-R...
    • Monkey bar in front of Moreland School

    • Schools; Shaker Heights; Moreland Elementary School; Playgrounds
    • "Five-year-olds, clambering happily about on the coolie's wheelbarrow during a playground break are Robin Levinson of 3392 Westbury Rd. (left), Anthony Giamello of 3698 Hildana Rd., Michael [sic, see note] Schwartz of 3318 Van Aken Blvd. and Amy...
    • First Children's Garden Fair winners to receive Vail Prize

    • Agriculture; People associated with agriculture; Cleveland Public Schools Horticulture Program; Gardening; Gardens; School gardens; Schools; Tract garden; Public schools; Cleveland Public Schools; Students; Summer; School children; Teenagers;...
    • A clipping from the Plain Dealer dated Sunday, September 18, 1966 from the Benjamin Franklin garden house archives is titled, "First Children's Garden Fair Winners to Receive Vail Prize" describes the first fair sponsored by the Greater Cleveland...

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