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    • Hotel Statler, Cleveland's new $2,500,000 Hotel

    • Hotels; Hotel Statler; East 12th St.; Euclid Ave.
    • "Cleveland Sixth City"--card front.
      "The STATLER OFFICE TOWER at E. 12th St. and Euclid Ave. was for many years a prominent Cleveland hotel, which was converted to office space because of falling occupancy rates. The Hotel Statler, which opened...
    • Uncle Sam Gets Short Changed

    • Uncle Sam; Coins; Carter, Jimmy; Reagan, Ronald; Presidential elections
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of Uncle Sam with a coin changer on his belt. He is releasing coins with his right hand and in his left hand he is holding two coins, one says "Carter" on it and the other says "Reagan." He is thinking to himself...
    • The Fanfare

    • Fenn College; Cleveland State University; Fenn Tower (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • Fanfare Business Manager, Alan Boers (BBA, 1947) and Editor, Louis Polzer (BBA 1941) at work in their Fenn Tower office on the 1940 edition of the the Fenn College yearbook. Orginally called "The Envoy", the yearbook changed its name to "Fanfare"...
    • Flier advertising the 1976 New Year's Eve Show at the Crypt in Akron

    • Bands; The Dead Boys; Rubber City Rebels; King Cobra; The Crypt; Akron (Ohio); Bars (Drinking establishments); Nightclubs; Bands; Music; Fliers (Printed matter)
    • Flier advertising the 1976 New Year's Eve show at the Crypt. The show featured King Cobra, who were the management of the Crypt, who shortly changed their name to The Rubber City Rebels after one of their songs. Also performing was Devo, whose...
    • Sleeve flipside of Hammer Damage 45 rpm Automatic Lips/Laugh

    • Hammer Damage; Bands; Music; Musicians; Laugh; Automatic Lips; Zagar, Dave; Damage, Donny; Hammer, Mike; Winkler, Scott; Cabaniss, George
    • Hammer Damage was an extremely popular band from the second wave of The "Akron Sound". Donny Damage and Mike Hammer had been in the Rubber City Rebels, and after deciding they didn't want to stay in Los Angeles with the Rebels they recruited Scott...
    • Mark Jendrisak of the Vapors

    • Jendrisak, Mark; The Vapors; Unit 5; The Bank; Musicians; Bars (Drinking establishments); Music; Bands
    • "Mark Max Jendrisak Vapors at the Bank"--photo verso. Mark Jendrisak was the bassist of The Vapors, who were at the forefront of the second wave of the Akron Sound. The Vapors changed their name to Unit 5 to avoid confusion with an English band of...
    • Flier for the Clinic

    • The Fountain Lounge; Lit'l Niks; The Clinic; Bands; Music; Bars (Drinking establishments); Fliers (Printed matter)
    • Flier for the band The Clinc at The Fountain Lounge on Exchange Street in Akron on April 16, 1984. The Fountain Lounge eventually officially changed the named to Lit'l Nik's.
    • The Pajama Party at the Robin Hood in Kent

    • Unit 5; The Vapors; The Nelsons; The Robin Hood; Music; Bands; Musicians; Bars (Drinking establishments)
    • " P.J. Party w/the Nelsons & Unit 5 (Vapors)"--photo verso. The Pajama Party at The Robin Hood in Kent. The Vapors changed their name to The Vapors after an English band of the same name had a minor chart hit.
    • Cleveland Transit Car 4017

    • Cleveland Transit System; Street railroads; Streetcars;
    • Cleveland Transit System Car 4017 southbound on W. 25th St. at Lorain Ave. being changed from St. Clair yards to W. 25th. The Fries and Schuele Co. is visible in the background.
    • osrin0353

    • Soviet Union; Iran; Afghanistan; Pakistan; India; Middle East
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of a map of the Middle East with the names of the countries changed to "Flipflopiran," "Theirghanistan," Ourpakistan," and "Indirasland." The cartoon is signed in the lower left corner "Osrin 1980 The Plain Dealer"...
    • City Club Forum: Russell Means [audio]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; Local government; City Club Forum; Means, Russell, 1939-2012; Civil disobedience; Native Americans; Indigenous peoples; Racism; Chief...
    • Russell Means, ''Wounded Knee, South Dakota: There's still pain in Wounded Knee.'' Native American activist and film actor references the 1971 book by Dee Brown, ''Bury my heart at Wounded Knee: An Indian history of the American West,'' which...
    • City Club Forum: Dennis Walto, Save the Children [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; Local government; City Club Forum; Disaster relief; Disasters; Natural disasters; Abandoned children; Sick children; Save the Children...
    • Friday Forum: ''The U.S. role in global relief efforts after natural disasters,'' with Dennis Walto, associate vice president, Save the Children, whose focus has changed, ''. . . 'Gone are the group's former fund-raising appeals based on individual...
    • City Club Forum: Valerie Ackerman, president, Women's National Basketball Assn. [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Ackerman, Valerie; Women's National Basketball Association
    • Friday Forum: Thirty years since the passage of Title IX: How has it ''changed the landscape of sports [and the business/employment] world for women?'' with Valerie Ackerman, president, Women's National Basketball Association. See Further Reading...

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