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    • Cleveland Public Auditorium, Showing Terminal Tower

    • Cleveland Public Auditorium; Public Auditorium; St. Clair Ave.; East 6th St.; Lakeside Ave.; Cityscapes; Public Hall
    • "Cleveland Public Auditorium, Showing Terminal Tower, Cleveland, Ohio" -- card front.
      "Cleveland's Public Auditorium. Fourteen events can be held here simultaneously. Seating capacity of main auditorium, 13,156; Music Hall, 3,000; Ballroom,...
    • Cleveland Public Auditorium, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Cleveland Public Auditorium; St. Clair Ave.; East 6th St.; Lakeside Ave.; Public Hall; Group Plan; Public buildings
    • "Cleveland's Public Auditorium. Fourteen events can be held here simultaneously. Seating capacity of main auditorium, 13,156; Music Hall, 3,000; Ballroom, 1,500; North Exhibition hall, 1,500; Little Theatre, 700; several additional halls have...
    • Cleveland Public Auditorium, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Cleveland Public Auditorium; St. Clair Ave.; East 6th St.; Lakeside Ave.; Public Hall; Group Plan
    • "Cleveland's Public Auditorium. Fourteen events can be held here simultaneously. Seating capacity of main auditorium, 13,156; Music Hall, 3,000; Ballroom, 1,500; North Exhibition hall, 1,500; Little Theatre, 700; several additional halls have...
    • View of the Cleveland Public Auditorium, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Cleveland Public Auditorium; St. Clair Ave.; East 6th St.; Lakeside Ave.; Public Hall; Group Plan
    • "Cleveland's Public Auditorium where fourteen events can be held simultaneously. There are many halls including the Main Auditorium, the Music Hall, North Exhibition Hall, Ball Room, and Little Theater." -- card verso.
    • Italian Cultural Gardens dedication program

    • Rockefeller Park; Cleveland (Ohio); Cleveland Cultural Gardens (Cleveland, Ohio); Italian Cultural Garden
    • Cover of the program for the dedication of the Italian Cultural Garden, Cleveland Cultural Garden in Cleveland, Ohio. "Program...This Garden is a symbol of the Contribution of Italian Culture to American Democracy...Sunday, September...
    • Interview with Ralph Perk Jr., January 9, 2013 [video]

    • Perk, Ralph J., Jr.; Perk, Ralph J.; Mayors; Mayoral Administration of Ralph J. Perk; Cleveland City Council; Ohio Bureau of Employment Services; Politics and Government; Oral histories; Recollections; Interviews; Klein, Richard
    • Ralph J. Perk Jr., the mayor's second oldest child, began his public service career in Cleveland City Council (1966-76). He later served as an Administrative Auditor Ohio Bureau of Employment Services (OBES). Mr. Perk was appointed to the Cuyahoga...
    • Interview with Irene M. Morrow, Ralph J. Perk Jr., Henry A. Watroba, April 8, 2011 [video]

    • Morrow, Irene M.; Perk, Ralph J., Jr.;Watroba, Henry A.; Mayors; Perk, Ralph J.; Mayoral Administration of Ralph J. Perk; Politics and Government; Oral histories; Recollections; Interviews; Klein, Richard
    • Irene M. Morrow was a close personal friend and political advisor to the mayor. She served the Perk Administration first as an Administrative Assistant in the city’s Human Resources and Economic Development department and then as the Personnel...
    • 12574 Lake Avenue - Elmhurst

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Lake Ave.;
    • Residence of Charles L. Wieber, vice-president of the Rausch and Lang Carriage Co. Built in 1907, the fourteen room mansion was designed by Hubbell & Benes and featured a carriage house and tennis courts.
    • 12574 Lake Avenue - Elmhurst

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Lake Ave.
    • Lake Ave. view of the residence of Charles L. Wieber, vice-president of the Rausch and Lang Carriage Co. Built in 1907, the fourteen room mansion was designed by Hubbell & Benes and featured a carriage house and tennis courts.
    • 12574 Lake Avenue - Elmhurst

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Lake Ave.
    • Northern view of the residence of Charles L. Wieber, vice-president of the Rausch and Lang Carriage Co. Built in 1907, the fourteen room mansion was designed by Hubbell & Benes and featured a carriage house and tennis courts.
    • Robert Anthony Reed III

    • Robert Anthony Reed III
    • "[W]hen Cleveland student was plaintiff in desegregation case."--photo verso. Robert Anthony Reed III in front of the Cleveland Board of Education. Reed was the first name listed as plaintiff along with fourteen other named plaintiffs in the case...
    • Robert Anthony Reed III

    • Robert Anthony Reed III
    • "[W]hen Cleveland student was plaintiff in desegregation case."--photo verso. Robert Anthony Reed III in front of the Cleveland Board of Education. Reed was the first name listed as plaintiff along with fourteen other named plaintiffs in the case...
    • Do you remember the mill on the Grand River

    • Madison (Ohio); Grand River (Painesville, Ohio); Building; Newspaper clippings
    • "Do you remember ... the old mill that stood on the banks of the Grand River south of Madison? The builder, John Peleg, was born in Easton on April 1, 1811 and came to Madison by ox team when he was five years old. After little schooling in a log...
    • 11101 Euclid Avenue - Severance Hall

    • Cleveland; Severance Hall (Cleveland, Ohio); Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Walker And Weeks; Shaw, Elsa Vick; Mural Art In Cleveland;Murals
    • One of the fourteen murals in the foyer of Severance Hall painted by Elsa Vick Shaw, Cleveland artist. -- photo verso
    • Mental Care, Utica Crib

    • Mental institutions; Mental health; Cages; Punishment devices
    • Cage on display in lobby of Peoria State Hospital. Sign above the cage reads, "Utica Crib, once hailed as a triumph of the human care of the mentally ill, a woman was confined to this crib for fourteen years in an Illinois institution. Twenty-six...
    • Awards Ceremony, Halle's

    • Department stores; Halle Brothers Co.; Awards
    • "NEW YORK, AUG. 2 -- Mrs. Lloyd Fritchman of Fairview Park, Ohio, is shown receiving a sterling framed Award of Merit from Raymond J. Artabasy, a vice president of The Gorham Company, sponsors of the 1965 'Best Dressed Tables' national competition...

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