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    • Can I Pick `Em, Or Can I Pick `Em?

    • Nixon, Richard; Haig, Alexander;
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of Richard Nixon sitting in a chair. In his right hand he is holding a newspaper with the headline "Haig Named For High Cabinet Post" and in his left hand, resting on his knee is the book "All the President's Men." ...
    • 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."
    • If you like to eat, get to work!

    • Victory gardens; Editorial cartoons; Cleveland Press; Agriculture; Food; World War II; Food; Vegetables; Kohlrabis; Gardening; Quarantines; Dogs; Craftint Manufacturing Company
    • An editorial cartoon by Willard Combes to promote victory gardens. It depicts a man dressed in overalls like a farmer with the word "victory" emblazoned on the front of them pushing a wheelbarrow . The wheelbarrow is filled with giant-sized...
    • New York Primary

    • New York; Presidential elections; Political elections; Police;
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of a policeman standing in front of a police lineup wall and holding papers that are marked "Primary." He is saying to people who are labeled "New York"and are behind the glass "Okay, we're gonna be bringing out some...
    • On the Job!

    • Combes, Willard; Editorial cartoons; Cleveland; Burke, Thomas A. (Aloysius); Streets; Dogs; Mayors;
    • Editorial cartoon by Willard Combes depicting Cleveland Mayor Thomas Burke riding on the back of a truck with the word "RUSH" on the side of it and the words "Mayor Burke's Speedy Street Repair Program" on the front of it. Mayor Burke is saying...
    • Lawnfield, The Garfield Home In Mentor

    • Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881; Lawnfield (Mentor, Ohio)
    • Mentor, Ohio. Lawnfield, home of James A. Garfield, 20th President of the United States. Postcard reads " Monday,/ Dear Jane, Have been here since Thursday AM. Going Home Tomorrow. This card is no. 1. Love, Aunt Em" Addressed to Mrs. Roy Chapman of...
    • Double Loop

    • Geauga Lake Park; Amusement parks; Aurora (Ohio); Roller coasters; Amusement rides
    • "Downhill through the first loop leave 'em open-mouthed" - photo caption. "Double Loop - Geauga Lake Park" - photo verso.
    • Herb Kamm announcing baseball game

    • Radio stations; WTAM (Radio station : Cleveland, Ohio) (Radio station : Cleveland, Ohio); Radio personalities; Baseball; Kamm, Herb; Score, Herb, 1933-2008
    • "KAMM CALLS 'EM STRAIGHT - Press Editor Herb Kamm (center) indulged his longheld desire to be a sportscaster last night by calling the action during the fourth inning of the Indians-White Sox game. No stranger to a microphone or a radio broadcaset,...

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