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    • Reagan

    • Republican Party; Reagan, Ronald; Presidential elections
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of an elephant dressed in a suit and wearing a "Reagan" button. He is listening in on this conversation: "How do you tell the politician fella at a primary?" "He's the one with the duck." "How do you tell the...
    • He's Still A Little Weak...

    • Nixon, Richard; Hospitals; Physicians; Nurses
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of Richard Nixon in a hospital bed holding up his right arm with his hand in the victory sign or peace sign. He is using his left arm to help raise his right arm. At the foot of his bed a doctor is saying to a nurse...
    • He's Talking To His Plants

    • Unemployment; Factories; Plants; Economics
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of a man in a factory window looking out over a group of factories or plants marked "Unemployment." There is someone saying "I'm sorry, he can't be disturbed right now. He's talking to his plants." The cartoon is...
    • Public Speaking Class - George Simon

    • Fenn College; Cleveland State University; Speech Department;
    • Ethel Hanavan addresses George Simon's Public Speaking class. Mr. Simon (1928-1965) is sitting in the far corner near the windows, [He's the fellow wearing glasses].
    • Ernest Bohn caricature, 1961

    • Bohn, Ernest J.; City planning; Cleveland (Ohio). City Planning Commission; Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority; Caricatures
    • "Friends gather this noon to party. Ernest J. Bohn, Metropolitan Housing chief. This occasion was his 60th birthday. This corner adds this HALO OF THE WEEK to the festivities. Ernie Bohn is one of the town's fine citizens. He's an expert in the...
    • grove26

    • Grove, Roy; Cartoons; Cartoonists; World War I; Soldiers
    • Roy Grove World War I cartoon of a soldier and a sailor at a shooting gallery. This cartoon appeared in the Cleveland Press on January 17, 1919. Hand-written caption at the bottom of the drawing: "GUB--WHERE'S TH' BOSS?" ELMER:--"OH, HE'S GONE...
    • White Motor Co. mobile training unit

    • Automotive Industry; Training; White Motor Company
    • "A new school on wheels has been put into service by White Motor Co. The mobile service training unit of White's Truck Division will visit all branches, distributors and dealers throughout the U.S. and Canada. John H. Smith, in cab, conducts the...
    • For sale--inquire within

    • Editorial cartoons; Cleveland Indians
    • An American Indian squaw says "I'll get him. He's in the basement" from inside a tepee labeled Cleveland Indians baseball club to a man standing behind a sign that reads "For sale inquire within."
    • Keep Pulling, Mayor

    • Combes, Willard; Editorial cartoons; Coal; Burke, Thomas A. (Aloysius); Cleveland; Mine railroad cars; Dogs
    • Editorial cartoon by Willard Combes depiciting Mayor Thomas A. Burke pulling a trainload of coal with the sign "200 CARS FOR CLEVELAND" on the front of it. There is a dog in the foreground saying "He's good at the up-hill pull!" The cartoon is on...
    • The Mayor's Best Campaign!

    • Combes, Willard; Editorial cartoons; Cleaveland, Moses; Burke, Thomas A. (Aloysius); Cleveland; Dogs
    • Editorial cartoon by Willard Combes depiciting Mayor Thomas Burke sawing a log marked "Lake Front." There are five other logs depicted with the words "Rat Control," "Housing for Servicemen," "Jobs for Soldiers," "Police," "Garbage and Rubbish...
    • "Carner Cubs" baseball team portrait, 1907

    • Baseball; Baseball players; Baseball uniforms; Baseballs;Carner, John Andrew; Carner, Orlando John; Carner Confectionary; Carner Malt and Hops; Scranton Rd.; The Order of Knights of Pythias; Western Reserve University; Carner Cubs
    • Portrait of Carner Confectionary baseball team in 1907. Man pictured in center (in suit) is Mr. John Andrew Carner, owner of the team and business. Carner Confectionary was in operation by 1905-06 and evolved into Carner Malt and Hops later in the...
    • Mayor Sylvester Augustine plans Italian trip

    • Parma; Mayors; Tourism; Tourists; Parma (Italy)
    • "Parma, Italy, in addition to Parma, Ohio, is on the mind these days of Parma Mayor Sylvester Augustine (right). He's planning to lead a people-to-people tour next summer to Parma's namesake city in Northern Italy. Over-the-shoulder advice is given...
    • Bob Hope

    • Hope, Bob; Entertainers; Comedians
    • "Hope springs eternal - and eventually gets the girl(s). The actor-comedian who didn't always wind up with the leading lady in films is doing better since he's switched to golf. It helps, of course, when the event is his own Bob Hope Desert Classic...
    • "Beat Nick"

    • Santa Claus; Christmas
    • "Beat Nick"
      The Santa line is thinned, at last
      The shelves are almost clear of toys
      Stilled is the eager, "Please I'd like"
      From throngs of little girls and boys
      Old Santa's ears are ringing still,
      While double-vision plagues...

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