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    • Amazon Hall

    • Amazon Hall; Stark Dancing Academy; Dance Halls
    • "Amazon Hall. Corner West 29th St. and Lorain Avenue. Select dancing parties every Saturday evening. Yourself and friends are cordially invited to attend. Admission, 40 cents a person. Any stranger coming will be introduced and furnished with a...
    • 1970 Cleveland Home and Flower Show Rose Exhibit

    • Exhibitions; Public Hall; Cleveland Public Auditorium; Home and Flower Show; Gardens; Gardening; Roses
    • "'A Rose is a Rose is a Rose' -- and newest varieties are introduced in gardens designed especially for the 'Most Beautiful Show in the World', where everything new for home and garden is featured." -- card verso.
    • Harvest Prom

    • Fenn College; Cleveland State University
    • Harvest Prom was traditionally Fenn's first big social event of the school year. Each year a queen was chosen up until Fenn started holding annual homecoming dances; then the Harvest Prom became the event where the homecoming queen candidates were...
    • Program for the week of July 26, 1942, featuring "The Vagabond King"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theatrical productions; Theater programs; Musical productions; Ballet; McCarthy, Justin Huntly, 1860- 1936; Friml, Rudolph, 1879-1972; Set designers; Gentile, Gerard; Cleveland Letter...
    • In place of the usual Sunday evening "Community Hour", Sunday, July 26, 1942, was declared a "Civilian Defense Night". Music was performed by the Cleveland Letter Carrier's Band and community singing was led by Dr. Charles H. Dawe. Thoburn S....
    • Billy Rose's Aquacade

    • Great Lakes Exposition; Billy Rose's Aquacade (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • Aerial view of Billy Rose's Aquacade. The aquacade, a theater-restaurant that seated 5000, featured performances by Olympic champion swimmers Eleanor Holm and Johnny Weissmuller, along with diving and synchronized swimming shows. Introduced at the...
    • Diving performance at Billy Rose's Aquacade

    • Diving; Great Lakes Exposition; Billy Rose's Aquacade (Cleveland, Ohio); Divers; Entertainers
    • Divers leap into Lake Erie as part of a performance at Billy Rose's Aquacade at the Great Lakes Exposition in 1937. Diving and synchronized swimming shows, along with performances by Olympic champion swimmers Eleanor Holm and Johnny Weissmuller,...
    • Interview with Valerie Schwonek Blazey and Judge Raymond L. Pianka, April 29, 2011 [video]

    • Blazey, Valerie Schwonek; Pianka, Raymond L.; Mayors; Perk, Ralph J.; Mayoral Administration of Ralph J. Perk; Politics and Government; Oral histories; Recollections; Interviews; Klein, Richard
    • Valerie Schwonek Blazey is the daughter of one of the mayor's closest friends. She first became interested in public service when she worked on Perk's Advance Team (1969). She later volunteered in the mayoral campaign. Her public service career...
    • Forbes wants schools to use city's lawyers

    • Cleveland Public Schools; School integration; Forbes, George L.; Cleveland City Council; African Americans; Lawyers
    • Cleveland Press (1/6/1976): "Legislation to block the Cleveland School Board from hiring outside legal counsel and to make it use city Law Department attorneys has been introduced in City Council."
    • Sculpture of Vladimir the Great, Ukrainian Cultural Garden

    • Cultural Gardens; Ukrainian Cultural Garden; Sculptures; Ukrainians; Busts; Rockefeller Park; Cleveland Cultural Gardens (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "Volodimir the Great, c. 956-1015, ruler of Ukraine. He introduced Christianity in Ukraine in 988 and for his extensive work and church activities he is also known as Saint Volodimir." -- photo verso.
    • Arnold Pinkney and George Forbes

    • Pinkney, Arnold D.; Cleveland Public Schools; School boards; Civil rights leaders; Civil Rights Movement; Political elections; African Americans
    • "Mayoral candidate Arnold Pinkney (left) clasps hands with Council President George Forbes after Forbes introduced the School Board president at his campaign kickoff last night as 'my candidate.'" -- photo verso.
    • Miss 1938 meets Miss 1838

    • Dunham Tavern Museum (Cleveland, Ohio); Museums; Taverns (Inns)
    • "Miss 1938 meets Miss 1838 at Dunham Tavern Thursday night at 8pm. Introduced by Mrs. Benjamin P. Bale Chairman of the Dunham Tavern committee, Miss 1938 in the personality of Patricia Kane, Higbee Co Model, in the seasons newest style, greets The...
    • Technician working on furnace at Brush Beryllium Co.

    • Metalwork; Metalworking industries; Metal castings; Industry; Factories; Brush Beryllium Co.
    • "Tantalum beryllides, the newly introduced high-temperature structural materials, are created by a chemical reaction which occurs in this type of furnace at The Brush Beryllium Company. A mixture of beryllium powder and tantalum powder is heated to...
    • Machine for aircraft communications

    • Brush Electric Co.; Electrical And Electronics Industries
    • "Ingenious Machine for Aircraft Communications records up to 28 voices on a single magnetic paper tape less than three-quarters of an inch wide. Engineered by The Brush Development Co., Cleveland, Ohio, this unit is hailed as a great advance for...
    • Hope, Bob

    • Hope, Bob; Entertainers; Celebrities; Comedians
    • "Buckeye Day on the Movie Sets -- Now she's through with her acting cores in Harold Lloyd's 'Professor, Beware!' as movie bridge of Sterling Holloway, Columbus, Ohio's Mary Lou Lender finds time to visit some other Paramount movie sets. 1. It's an...
    • Radium Limited toy train entering measuring chamber

    • Radium Limited; Railroads; Toys; Toy trains; Cleveland Clinic; Laboratories; Radiation; Radon; Research; Research facilities
    • Radium Limited, only special train of its type, today began handling “hot cargo” in the radiation laboratory at Cleveland Clinic.
      Dr. Otto Glasser, famed Clinic medical physicist, installed the toy train to protect technicians handling radium...
    • Punch

    • Fictitious characters; Puppets
    • Punch of Punch and Judy. The wooden Punch figure, over 6 feet tall, introduced the children's book section at the Smithsonian Bookstore.

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