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    • 2nd National Townsend Convention, Cleveland

    • Meetings; Townsend Convention;Townsend Plan
    • The retired Long Beach physician, Dr. Francis E. Townsend, created the Townsend Pension Plan in 1934. Millions of Americans joined the 5,000 Townsend Clubs and subscribed to the Townsend Weekly. They gathered in regional and national conventions....
    • Interview with Grace L. Drake and Richard W. Pogue, April 15, 2011 [video]

    • Drake, Grace L.; Pogue, Richard W.; Perk, Ralph J.; Mayors; Mayoral Administration of Ralph J. Perk; Politics and Government; Oral histories; Recollections; Interviews; Klein, Richard
    • Grace L. Drake served in the Ohio Senate from 1984 until 2001. Term limits forced her to step down in 2001. She served on the Ohio Women's Policy & Research Commission, the Ohio Care & Welfare Reform Committee and the Medicaid Long-Term Care...
    • Interview with Brent Larkin, July 15, 2011 [video]

    • Larkin, Brent; Perk, Ralph J.; Mayors; Mayoral Administration of Ralph J. Perk; Cleveland Press; Cleveland Plain Dealer; Politics and Government; Oral histories; Recollections; Interviews; Klein, Richard
    • Brent Larkin began his newspaper career with The Cleveland Press as its city hall reporter (1971-76) and then as its politics editor (1976-81). He joined The Plain Dealer in 1981 where he gained acclaim as a politics writer and columnist. Mr....
    • Hammer Damage flier for January 1980

    • Hammer Damage; JB's; The Bank; Bands; Music; Musicians; Damage, Donny; Zagar, Dave; Hammer, Mike; Bars (Drinking establishments); Crowley, Allison; Berger, Alison; Fliers (Printed matter)
    • Hammer Damage flier from January of 1980 promoting a series of shows at both The Crypt in Akron and JB's in Kent. The flier promoted their new guitarist Allison Crowley (Alison Berger) who was a New Yorker who joined the band, albeit for a short...
    • George Cabaniss on Guitar

    • Cabaniss, George; Hammer Damage; Music; Musicians; Bands
    • George Cabaniss on guitar for Hammer Damage. Later Cabaniss joined the Dead Boys, and then formed his own band Color Me Gone who released an album on A&M. Today he plays with the Bad Dudes and is a vital part of the Akron music scene.
    • Front cover of Tin Huey's 1977 EP

    • Tin Huey; Bands; Music; Musicians; Clone Records; Gold, Harvey; Carney, Ralph; Price, Mark; Aylward, Michael; Lemans, Nappy; Austin, Stuart; Mondl, John
    • Front cover of the 1977 Tin Huey EP. Released before Chris Butler joined the band it was the band's first efforts and one of Clone Records first releases.
    • Back Cover with Tin Huey's 1977 EP

    • Tin Huey; Bands; Music; Musicians; Clone Records; Gold, Harvey; Carney, Ralph; Price, Mark; Aylward, Michael; Lemans, Nappy; Austin, Stuart; Mondl, John
    • Back cover with credits of the 1977 Tin Huey EP. Released before Chris Butler joined the band it was the band's first efforts and one of Clone Records first releases.
    • Front cover of the From Akron album

    • From Akron; Bands; Music; Musicians; The Crypt; The Bizarros; Rubber City Rebels; Firestone, Rod; Clic, Buzz; Pelton, Stix; Mullens, Ron; Sake, Pete; Bent, Rod; Walker, Terry; Clone Records; Parkins, Don; Parkins, Jerry; Nicholis, Nick; Bushflow...
    • Front cover of From Akron, the split album released in 1977 with the Bizarros on one side and The Rubber City Rebels on the other. Rick Garberson had not yet joined The Bizarros on drums. And depending who you ask Donny Damage was not on the album...
    • Back cover of the From Akron album

    • From Akron; Bands; Music; Musicians; The Crypt; The Bizarros; Rubber City Rebels; Firestone, Rod; Clic, Buzz; Pelton, Stix; Mullens, Ron; Sake, Pete; Bent, Rod; Walker, Terry; Clone Records; Parkins, Don; Parkins, Jerry; Nicholis, Nick; Bushflow...
    • Back cover of From Akron, the split album released in 1977 with the Bizarros on one side and The Rubber City Rebels on the other. Rick Garberson had not yet joined The Bizarros on drums. And depending who you ask Donny Damage was not on the album...
    • The Bizzaros at JB's in the Summer of 1981

    • Parkins, Jerry; Parkins, Don; Mullens, Kal; Walker, Terry; JB's; The Bizarros; Bands; Music; Musicians; Bars (Drinking establishments)
    • "Bizarros-JB's July or Aug 81? Terry-Kal-Jerry-Don Photo-Jimi Imij".--photo verso. The Bizarros in the summer of 1981 after Nick Nicholas left the band and Kal Mullens joined. Also in the picture are Jerry and Don Parkins and Terry Walker.
    • A. P. Ford

    • American Society for Metals; Metal progress
    • A. P. Ford joined the American Society for Metals (ASM) in 1934 as sales promotion manager. From there he would move on to sell ad space in ASM's journal "Metal Progress" in 1937. He would continue to climb in the company with a promotion to...
    • Finnish Church in Burton, Ohio

    • Churches
    • The Finnish Church in Burton, Ohio. Fins arrived in the area as early at the 1870s, largely as part of the railroad building industry. A congregation existed as early as 1885 and joined the Suomi Synod in the early part of the twentieth century. ...
    • City Club Forum: Barbara Snyder, president, Case Western Reserve University [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Snyder, Barbara Rook; Case Western Reserve University; Universities & colleges; Higher Education; College presidents;...
    • Friday Forum: ''The State of Higher Education in America,'' with Barbara R. Snyder, president, Case Western Reserve University. ''[Snyder] has joined scientists and others calling for a debate about national policy involving the environment,...
    • grove08

    • Grove, Roy; Cartoons; Cartoonists; World War I; Soldiers; Billiard parlors
    • Roy Grove World War I cartoon depicting soldier and an injured auto victim outside of a billiard parlor. This cartoon appeared in the Cleveland Press on January 27, 1919. Handwritten on verso: "(To auto victim:) "Well, if you'd a joined up with...

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