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    • It only encourages 'em

    • Editorial cartoons; Political participation; Political elections
    • A woman holding a grocery bag labeled "Cleveland" speaks into a microphone held by an interviewer, saying "Well, I can't speak for others, but one reason I didn't vote in the primary is, it only encourages 'em."
    • Bob Hope and President Johnson

    • Hope, Bob; Entertainers; Comedians; Celebrities
    • "Great Performers of Our Time: Bob Hope (Seventh of Twelve): President Johnson, who dropped in unexpectedly at the USO's 25th anniversary dinner honoring Bob Hope this year, breaks out with laughter as the comedian flashes his dead-pan look during...
    • 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...
    • Rear Cover of Unit 5's Scared of the Dark

    • Unit 5; Bands; Music; Musicians; Scared of the Dark; Opalenik, Dan; Clone Records; Nicholis, Nick; Jendrisak, Mark; Ethington, Bob; Nicholis, Nick; Teagle, Paul; Johnson, Mike
    • The only LP release by Unit 5. Most, the band included, felt it didn't really capture the band at their best. Dan Opalenik, who photographed or designed many Akron releases, was in charge of art direction for the product. It was one of the handful...
    • Front Cover of Unit 5's Scared of the Dark

    • Unit 5; Bands; Music; Musicians; Scared of the Dark; Opalenik, Dan; Clone Records
    • The only LP release by Unit 5. Most, the band included, felt it didn't really capture the band at their best. Dan Opalenik, who photographed or designed many Akron releases, was in charge of art direction for the product. It was one of the handful...
    • Detective Robert Schottke

    • Schottke, Robert; Police; Sheppard Murder Case
    • Detective Robert Schottke. Sam Sheppard was quizzed at length by Schottke, after the murder, and insisted that he didn't have an affair with Susan Hayes. It was later revealed that Sheppard did have an affair with Hayes.
    • Chief Deputy Coroner Lester Adelson

    • Coroners; Adelson, Lester; Sheppard Murder Case;
    • Chief Deputy Coroner Lester Adelson sits before he testifies at the Sam Sheppard murder trial. In court, he described Marilyn Sheppard's autopsy and showed gruesome pictures of the crime scene and her face. Defense attorney Will Corrigan was able...
    • Detective Robert Schottke

    • Sheppard Murder Case; Schottke, Robert; Detectives; Police;
    • Detective Robert Schottke. Sam Sheppard was quizzed at length by Schottke, after the murder, and insisted that he didn't have an affair with Susan Hayes. It was later revealed that Sheppard did have an affair with Hayes.
    • Saved!

    • Combes, Willard; Editorial cartoons; Coal; Winter; Snow; Dogs; Cleveland
    • Editorial cartoon by Willard Combes depicting a woman at an open window of a house saying "What do you have in the sack? Potatoes?" to a man unloading a large sack from the trunk of a snow-covered car. The man is saying "No, it's COAL!" There is...
    • Reducing His Efficiency!

    • Combes, Willard; Editorial cartoons; Cleaveland, Moses; Dogs; World War II; Cleveland;
    • Editorial cartoon by Willard Combes depicting Moses Cleaveland wearing a barrel and standing next to a piece of equipment with the words "War work" on the front of it. He is saying "I could do more work if I didn't have to spend so much time...
    • grove22

    • Grove, Roy; Cartoons; Cartoonists; World War I; Soldiers
    • Roy Grove World War I cartoon of a soldier sitting at the counter of a diner. This cartoon appeared in the Cleveland Press on January 18, 1919. Hand-written caption at the top of the drawing: "A SAD CASE OF THE BIRD WHO LEARNED TOO MUCH FRENCH...
    • grove28

    • Grove, Roy; Cartoons; Cartoonists; World War I; Soldiers; YMCA
    • Roy Grove World War I cartoon of a soldier and a man sitting in a building lobby. This cartoon appeared in the Cleveland Press on January 12, 1919. Caption: WHY DIDN'T YOU STEP INTO THE WRITING ROOM AND DROP ME A LINE AND I'D A SENT YOU SOME...
    • grove30

    • Grove, Roy; Cartoons; Cartoonists; World War I; Soldiers
    • Roy Grove cartoon of two soldiers in a barracks. This cartoon appeared in the Cleveland Press on January 2, 1918. Hand-written caption at bottom of drawing: "YU CAN PLAINLY SEE YU DIDN'T FILL YOUR MATTRESS SACK, HERB. YOU LOOK LIKE A HOT...
    • Do you remember snow on Main Street in Madison

    • Madison (Ohio); Main Street (Madison, Ohio); Horse-drawn vehicles; Snow; Newspaper clippings
    • "Do you remember ... when we didn't have any snow? Since we have it, and plenty of it, another snow picture will remind you that they had it way back then too. Here is Dr. C.O. Warren (Vet) in his cutter drawn by a team of horses. Doc had a livery...

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