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    • No. 08: Antioch Baptist Church- Cleveland, Ohio

    • Antioch Baptist Church; Baptist churches; Cedar Ave.; African Americans; Churches;
    • "Antioch Baptist Church located on Cedar Avenue at East 89 Street. The imposing church ediface is the spiritual guidance home of a congregation numbering in the thousands. From its belfry the chime of its carrillon, on the quarter hour, can be...
    • Radioland, Great Lakes Exposition, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Great Lakes Exposition; Exhibition buildings; Exhibition facilities
    • "Headline bands and acts of the air waves attract thousands to Sherwin-Williams Radioland, wherein full benefit may be obtained from Lake Erie's breezes. During the Exposition season outstanding radio entertainers will be heard in inviting...
    • Cleveland Public Auditorium, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Cleveland Public Auditorium; St. Clair Ave.; East 6th St.; Lakeside Ave.; Public Hall; Group Plan; Public buildings
    • "THE CLEVELAND PUBLIC AUDITORIUM Cleveland has the largest public auditorium and exhibit hall in the world. This immense building, erected at a cost of $6,900,000, has a seating capacity of 12,500 and when used for expositions, it affords 190,000...
    • St. Peter's Church

    • Cleveland; Catholics, Roman; Superior Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Catholic churches; Saint Peter Church; Heard & Porter; Heard, Charles Wallace; Porter, Simeon C.; Gothic revival (Architecture); Architecture, sacred
    • St. Peter's R. C. Church Superior/East 17th. 1533 East 17th Street. 1857. Architects: Heard & Porter.
    • First Presbyterian (Old Stone Church)

    • Churches; Architecture, sacred; First Presbyterian Church on the Public Square (Cleveland, Ohio); First Presbyterian Church on the Public Square (Cleveland, Ohio); Old Stone Church (Cleveland, Ohio); Presbyterian churches; Presbyterians; Public...
    • First Presbyterian Church (Old Stone Church). 91 Public Square. 1833. Architects: Heard & Porter. Interior designed by Charles Schweinfurth.
    • City Club Forum: Terrance C.Z. Egger, president and publisher, The Plain Dealer [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Cleveland Plain Dealer; Newspaper publishing; Printing And Publishing In Cleveland
    • Friday Forum: ''Terrance C. Z. Egger, the new president and publisher of The Plain Dealer, sat down with Albert Ratner, one of the city's most accomplished business leaders, and heard sobering news about the region's economic malaise.'' The Samuel...
    • The Cuyahoga [e-book]

    • Cuyahoga River; Cuyahoga River Valley
    • From the last chapter: "...the crooked little Cuyahoga, no larger than many a good fishing stream, required of men their best effort and magnified them. It turned them into giants who forced the valley into the pivotal position in mid-America's...
    • President James A. Garfield Monument  (Vertical Images)

    • Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881; Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881 -- Death and burial; Garfield Monument (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • Message reads: "Arrived all O.K. Heard from Kate she got there too. Everybody well and busy. Tell Mrs. Harris to bring what I forgot. As ever, B.U.E." Addressed to Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Egbert of Greensfiring, Ohio.
    • President James A. Garfield Monument  (Vertical Images)

    • Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881; Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881 -- Death and burial; Garfield Monument (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • Message reads: "Dear Marguerite, Rain. Snow. Sleet. I heard a Cleveland man call it a Freier day. Feel fine, will write tonight. Love, Adam." Addressed to Miss Marguerite Williams 1522 W. Monroe St. in Chicago, Illinois.
    • Bond store advertising campaign meeting

    • Bond Store; Department stores
    • “The Cleveland Press, Thursday, March 15, 1973 ... Bonded Program - Cleveland area personnel of Bond Stores today heard about the chain's expanded and ambitious advertising campaign for 1973 at a breakfast meeting in the Marriott Inn at Interstate...
    • Communists of Cleveland facing charges

    • Marching; Communism; Communist Party; Communists
    • "The photo top (left to right) shows Charles Gwynn of Lansing, O., Betty Gannett of New York, Tom Johnson and Jack Rose of Cleveland. Gwynn and Johnson were convicted at St. Clairsville, Belmont county, on charges of criminal syndicalism in...
    • President Hoover's 1932 campaign in Cleveland

    • Republican Party; Conventions; Political elections; Hoover, Herbert, 1874-1964; Crowds; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Speeches; Cleveland Public Auditorium
    • "CL 1390 "ACME PHOTO" CLEVE [illegible] THOUSANDS HEAR HOOVER IN [illegible] Here is general view of the crowd [illegible] municipal auditorium that heard President Hoover's speech as he carried his campaign for re-election to Ohio, regarded as a...
    • Clarendon Hotel

    • Hotels; Ontario St. (Cleveland, Ohio); St. Clair Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "Wall between Hotel Clarendon and Chinatown" -- photo verso. "A temporary injunction, restraining wreckers from demolishing the north wall of Hotel Clarendon, located at St. Clair avenue and Ontario street, was granted to David R. Hawley this...

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