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    • Hillcrest Hospital

    • Hospitals; Hillcrest Hospital; Mayfield Village
    • "Hillcrest Hospital, an acute care community hospital with 296 beds, 36 bassinets and 15 Neonatal Intensive Care bassinets, was established in 1968 in an active suburban setting, one of the most progressive in Greater Cleveland. The medical staff...
    • Kapp & Associates

    • Gund Arena; Gateway; Gateway Economic Development Corp.; Sports & recreation facilities; Arena; Murals
    • "Kapp & Associates, Inc. A Technology-based Communication Design Firm 2729 Prospect Avenue Cleveland, Ohio 44115; Challenge: transform over 1/4 mile of temporary plywood wall into a mural that welcomes visitors to Gateway -- Cleveland's new arena,...
    • The Disintegration of James Cherry

    • Theatrical productions; The Disintegration of James Cherry; Silver, Reuben
    • Invitation to the special performance of "The Disintegration of James Cherry" with a reception to follow welcoming Reuben Silver to the Cleveland State University's Theatre Department. Written by the Cleveland State University's College of Arts and...
    • City Club Forum: Michael Copps, Federal Communications Commission, FCC [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Copps, Michael Joseph, 1940-; Monopolies; Federal Communications Commission; Press; Journalism; News...
    • Friday Forum: ''In June, 2003, the FCC voted 3-2 in favor of eliminating the limits placed on media corporations regarding the number of local TV, radio and newspaper outlets they can own in a specific market.'' Michael J. Copps, commissioner,...
    • The Ohio Bell Telephone exhibit at the Hall of Progress at the Great Lakes Exposition

    • Hall of Progress (Great Lakes Exposition : Cleveland, Ohio); Ohio Bell Telephone; Telephone booths; Telephone companies; Great Lakes Exposition; Exhibits; Telephone industry
    • The Ohio Bell Telephone exhibit at the Hall of Progress at the Great Lakes Exposition showcased the marvels of long-distance telephone communication. Visitors could make long-distance phone calls free of charge, though others could listen in on...
    • Interview with Taras G. Szmagala, December 9, 2011 [video]

    • Szmagala, Taras G.; Perk, Ralph J.; Mayors; Mayoral Administration of Ralph J. Perk; Politics and Government; Oral histories; Recollections; Interviews; Klein, Richard
    • Taras G. Szmagala was colleague and close friend of the mayor. Born and raised on Cleveland's West Side, he is an important leader within the Ukrainian community. Mr. Szmagala worked for the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Association (RTA). He...
    • Interview with and Alex Machaskee and Edward W. Rybka June 10, 2011 [video]

    • Machaskee, Alex; Rybka, Edward W.; Perk, Ralph J.; Mayors; Mayoral Administration of Ralph J. Perk; Cleveland City Council; Politics and Government; Oral histories; Recollections; Interviews; Klein, Richard
    • Alex Machaskee was a colleague and close friend of the mayor. He grew up in Warren, Ohio. After a stint as a Warren Tribune reporter, Mr. Machaskee joined The Plain Dealer in 1960. He became its Vice President & General Manager (1985-90) and then...
    • Mims, Howard Alexander.  A Celebration of Life and Work

    • Obituary; Funeral; Funeral rites & ceremonies
    • Dr. Howard Alexander Mims died in October 27, 2002. He was Professor Emeritus in the Departments of Speech and Hearing and Communication, Director of Black Studies, and Founder/Managing Director of the Jazz Heritage Orchestra at Cleveland State...
    • Aerial view of Lorain after the tornado

    • Lorain (Ohio); Lorain (Ohio) Tornado; Tornadoes; Storms; Disasters; Aerial photographs
    • "300 persons killed, 3500 injured in Lorain, Ohio/ Above is an (a)erial view of Lorain, stricken Ohio city, where 300 persons are reported to have perished in a death dealing cyclone which is raking the central states. Scores of these buildings,...

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