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    • Cleveland Public Library, 1869-1969

    • Libraries; Cleveland Public Library; Group Plan; Public buildings; Cleveland Public Library. Main Library
    • "Cleveland Public Library, 325 Superior Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44114. The Cleveland Public Library opened on February 17, 1869 in one room with 6,200 books. 100 years later, the System comprises two Main buildings downtown, with the Eastman...
    • Cleveland Public Library

    • Libraries; Cleveland Public Library
    • "Cleveland Public Library, 325 Superior Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44114. The Cleveland Public Library opened on February 17, 1869 in one room with 6,200 books. 100 years later, the System comprises two main buildings downtown, with the Eastman...
    • Highland View Hospital

    • Highland View Hospital; Hospitals; Health care facilities; Cuyahoga County Hospital System (Cchs); Cuyahoga County Hospital
    • Entrance to Cuyahoga County Hospital (later, Highland View Hospital) in Warrensville Twp. (later, Warrensville Heights), Ohio, in 1953. "Valleyview Hospital, county chronic hospital, at Warrensville" "Hospitals - Cleveland area - Highland View" --...
    • Do you remember when the Madison Press was established

    • Madison (Ohio); Main Street (Madison, Ohio); Small business; Traffic signs & signals; Newspaper clippings
    • "Do you remember - that the Madison Press was established 32 years ago this month, and in the same month, 2 years later, opened in the building at the right with facilities to print the first hometown paper that had been printed here since about...
    • 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...
    • City Club Forum: Michael Brown, FEMA [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Brown, Michael D. (Michael DeWayne), 1954-; United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency; Natural disasters;...
    • Friday Forum: ''Flood of failure: Katrina one year later,'' Michael Brown [Brownie], former director, Federal Emergency Management Agency, (FEMA) sponsored by The Tom & Peggy Campbell Endowed Forum. See Further Reading for citation.
    • City Club Forum: Don Harris, Nehemiah Corporation of America [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Harris, H. Donald; Nehemiah Corporation; Loans; Mortgages; Down payments
    • Friday Forum: The Nehemiah Program ''allowed home buyers to make down payments on their purchases using funds that were derived from the home sellers. This program,[sic], became popular and was widely emulated, giving birth to what came to be known...
    • Interview with George L. Forbes, 5-22-2012 [video]

    • Forbes, George L.; Perk, Ralph J.; Mayors; Mayoral Administration of Ralph J. Perk; Cleveland City Council; NAACP; Politics and Government; Oral histories; Recollections; Interviews; Klein, Richard
    • George L. Forbes was President of Cleveland City Council during the Perk Administration. A close personal and professional friend of the mayor, Mr. Forbes served as Council President for fifteen years. He was born in Memphis, TN and served a tour...
    • House fire 8001 Cedar Ave.

    • Cedar Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Building; Homes; Dwellings; Houses; Fires; Fire damage; Fire; Tenement houses
    • "Points Up Perils of Illegal Housing, By Forrest Allen, Along Cedar Ave. in the E. 79th St. area this tenement house is--or was--not much different from the others. But this one, the one at 8001 Cedar Ave., had a fire. One woman died. Four women...
    • Slag pipe at Municipal Light plant

    • Pipelines; Pipes
    • Slag pipe emitting smoke at Municipal Light plant. "SMOKING CRATER alongside S. Marginal Dr. is in reality an excavation dug by Muny Light crews. They are removing hot slag which is endangering the main transmission cable to the West Side. The pipe...
    • Men watching backhoe breaking ground

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Waterfronts; Lake Erie; Construction; West 3rd Street (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "GROUND WAS BROKEN TWICE today for the city's $578,000 Seaway shed on the W. Third St. Pier. Rig shown is called a 'back hoe.' It is digging hole to start piling. Later, top brass from City Hall showed up with a silver shovel for formal...
    • Maurice Bassett, Cleveland Browns vs. Detroit Lions, 1954 regular season

    • Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1946-1995); Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1954); Detroit Lions (Football team); Bassett, Maurice; David, James; Schmidt, Joseph; Christiansen, Jack;
    • "CLEVELAND, OH: Maurice Bassett, Cleveland Browns fullback, couldn't find any opening here as three Detroit Lions stopped him in the 1st quarter. James David, Lions halfback lies beneath Bassett, while Joseph Schmidt, Lions guard is on top, and...
    • Ernest Bohn, 1927

    • Bohn, Ernest J.; City planning; Cleveland (Ohio). City Planning Commission; Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority; Portraits
    • A head shot of Ernest Bohn: Ohio's state representative in 1929. Later, he became chairman of the Cleveland City Planning Commission from 1942 to 1966 and also the director of Cleveland Metropolitan Housing Authority from 1933 to 1968 (the...
    • 1960 Browns defensive line

    • Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1946-1995); Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1960); McClung, Willie; Gain, Bob; Peters, Floyd; Stephens, Larry
    • Left to right are #78 Willie McClung, #79 Bob Gain, #72 Floyd Peters, #68 Larry Stephens. McClung was traded to the Detroit Lions just days later, just before the 1960 season began.

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