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    • Chapel exterior - Crile General Hospital

    • Crile Hospital; Hospitals; Military Hospitals; Chapels; Parma (Ohio)
    • "The Chapel at Crile is used for all three services, Protestant, Catholic and Jewish. Many organizations in the city have contributed to the decoration of the interior and the landscaping of the exterior was planned and executed by the garden clubs...
    • 2nd National Townsend Convention, Cleveland

    • Meetings; Townsend Convention;Townsend Plan
    • The retired Long Beach physician, Dr. Francis E. Townsend, created the Townsend Pension Plan in 1934. Millions of Americans joined the 5,000 Townsend Clubs and subscribed to the Townsend Weekly. They gathered in regional and national conventions....
    • Dr. Harvey Cushing

    • Cushing, Harvey W.; Surgery; Physicians
    • " Born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1869, Harvey Cushing received his M.D. from Harvard University. His dedication to medical techniques led to the founding of neurosurgery. His brilliant work is even today considered fundamental to the fields of brain...
    • Minnie the Brookside Park Elephant (1904-1921)

    • Zoo animals; Zoos; Elephants; Brookside Park (Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland Metroparks; Cleveland Metroparks Zoo
    • Minnie was a 2-year-old elephant purchased in 1906 with the contributed pennies of Cleveland schoolchildren. She lived in the new Brookside Park zoo, sometimes wintering elsewhere, gave rides to children, and died young, age 17, in 1921. The zoo...
    • Bliss Hall

    • Fenn College; Bliss Hall; Dormitories; Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland State University
    • Once part of "Millionaires' Row" along Euclid Ave., the James Jared Tracy house was renamed "Bliss Hall" and used as a women's dormitory, 1943-1951. It was named in honor of Loretta Bliss who contributed for the furnishings. The house was razed in...
    • Bliss hall ext 2

    • Fenn College; Bliss Hall; Dormitories; Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland State University
    • Once part of "Millionaires' Row" along Euclid Ave., the James Jared Tracy house was renamed "Bliss Hall" and used as a women's dormitory, 1943-1951. It was named in honor of Loretta Bliss who contributed for the furnishings. The house was razed in...
    • Bliss Hall int 2

    • Fenn College; Bliss Hall; Dormitories; Cleveland State University
    • The dining room in Bliss Hall. Once part of "Millionaires' Row" along Euclid Ave., the James Jared Tracy house was renamed "Bliss Hall" and used as a women's dormitory, 1943-1951. It was named in honor of Loretta Bliss who contributed for the...
    • Bliss Hall int 6

    • Fenn College; Bliss Hall; Dormitories; Cleveland State University
    • A bedroom in Bliss Hall. Once part of "Millionaires' Row" along Euclid Ave., the James Jared Tracy house was renamed "Bliss Hall" and used as a women's dormitory, 1943-1951. It was named in honor of Loretta Bliss who contributed for the...
    • Bliss Hall int 7

    • Fenn College; Bliss Hall; Dormitories; Cleveland State University
    • A bedroom in Bliss Hall. Once part of "Millionaires' Row" along Euclid Ave., the James Jared Tracy house was renamed "Bliss Hall" and used as a women's dormitory, 1943-1951. It was named in honor of Loretta Bliss who contributed for the...
    • Bliss Hall int 1

    • Fenn College; Bliss Hall; Dormitories; Cleveland State University
    • First floor living area in Bliss Hall. Once part of "Millionaires' Row" along Euclid Ave., the James Jared Tracy house was renamed "Bliss Hall" and used as a women's dormitory, 1943-1951. It was named in honor of Loretta Bliss who contributed for...
    • Bliss Hall int 3

    • Fenn College; Bliss Hall; Dormitories; Cleveland State University
    • First floor living area in Bliss Hall. Once part of "Millionaires' Row" along Euclid Ave., the James Jared Tracy house was renamed "Bliss Hall" and used as a women's dormitory, 1943-1951. It was named in honor of Loretta Bliss who contributed for...
    • Bliss Hall int 4

    • Fenn College; Bliss Hall; Dormitories; Cleveland State University
    • First floor living area in Bliss Hall. Once part of "Millionaires' Row" along Euclid Ave., the James Jared Tracy house was renamed "Bliss Hall" and used as a women's dormitory, 1943-1951. It was named in honor of Loretta Bliss who contributed for...
    • Bliss Hall int 5

    • Fenn College; Bliss Hall; Dormitories; Cleveland State University
    • First floor living area in Bliss Hall. Once part of "Millionaires' Row" along Euclid Ave., the James Jared Tracy house was renamed "Bliss Hall" and used as a women's dormitory, 1943-1951. It was named in honor of Loretta Bliss who contributed for...
    • Chemistry Department - George Heise, guest lecturer

    • Fenn College; Stilwell Hall (Cleveland, Ohio); Chemistry Department; Cleveland State University
    • Fenn College Chemistry faculty members Fred Sheibley, Elmore PettyJohn, Frank Bockhoff and Lad Pasuit flank guest lecturer, National Carbon Co.'s George Heise, whose work in electrochemical research contributed to the development of the commercial...
    • United electrical workers

    • Labor unions; Food; Gifts
    • "Truckload of food contributed by members of the CIO United Electrical Workers Local 735 and others began its trip today to Tridelphia, W. Va. where is will be distributed to striking coal miners. Here the truck is being loaded at the UEW office,...
    • S. W. Mills Store, Avon Lake, Ohio

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Grocery stores
    • The S. W. Mills Store (33102 Lake Rd., Avon Lake, Ohio). The store, which was located next to the home of owner Simeon Woodrow Mills and his wife, Sarah, and opened from 1912 to about 1940, had two 20x20-foot sections - the store and a back room...
    • City Club Forum: George Crile, author [audio]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; Local government; City Club Forum; Crile, George; Journalists; Television journalists; Television production & direction; Criminal...
    • George Crile III, CBS producer, journalist, and author of ''Charlie Wilson's war: The extraordinary story of the largest covert operation in history,'' 2003. The book details the partnership of Charlie Wilson, a Texas congressman, and a CIA agent....

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