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    • Levy-Lowell benefit now set at Case

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Lowell, James; Ginsberg, Allen, 1926-1997; Case Institute of Technology; Western Reserve University; John Carroll University; Obscenity (Law); Poets; Poetry; Poetry readings
    • "The Poetry reading session and concert to raise funds for poet D.A. Levy and book store owner James Russell Lowell will be held in Case Tech's Strosacker Auditorium on Mother's Day May 14." -- from Cleveland Plain Dealer article, May 4, 1967.
    • Henry Boynton and James A. Garfield

    • Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881
    • Henry Boynton on the left was a cousin of James A. Garfield sitting on the right. Boynton's father Amos was the step-brother of James Garfield's father, Abram. Boynton's mother Alpha was the sister of James Garfield's mother, Eliza.
    • Garfield and Rudolph Families in Hiram

    • Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881; Garfield, Lucretia Rudolph, 1832-1918; Garfield, Eliza Ballou, 1808-1888; Rudolph, Zeb, 1803-1897; Rudolph, Arabella Mason
    • Garfield and Rudolph families on the lawn of the Rudolph home in Hiram. Standing to the left of the doorway are Eliza Ballou Garfield and James A. Garfield, her son. Standing to the right of the doorway is Zeb Rudolph, father of Lucretia. Sitting...
    • Little Joy

    • Karamu House; Works Progress Administration (U.S.); African Americans; Artists;
    • William E. Smith (1913-1997) moved to Cleveland from Chattanooga, Tennessee at the age of twelve after his mother’s death. During the early 1930s, he studied at the Playhouse Settlement of the Neighborhood Association of Cleveland (now called...
    • My Son My Son

    • Karamu House; Works Progress Administration (U.S.); African Americans; Artists
    • William E. Smith (1913-1997) moved to Cleveland from Chattanooga, Tennessee at the age of twelve after his mother’s death. During the early 1930s, he studied at the Playhouse Settlement of the Neighborhood Association of Cleveland (now called...
    • Native Son

    • Karamu House; Works Progress Administration (U.S.); African Americans; Artists
    • William E. Smith (1913-1997) moved to Cleveland from Chattanooga, Tennessee at the age of twelve after his mother’s death. During the early 1930s, he studied at the Playhouse Settlement of the Neighborhood Association of Cleveland (now called...
    • Nobody Knows

    • Karamu House; Works Progress Administration (U.S.); African Americans; Artists
    • William E. Smith (1913-1997) moved to Cleveland from Chattanooga, Tennessee at the age of twelve after his mother’s death. During the early 1930s, he studied at the Playhouse Settlement of the Neighborhood Association of Cleveland (now called...
    • Poker Game

    • Karamu House; Works Progress Administration (U.S.); African Americans; Artists
    • William E. Smith (1913-1997) moved to Cleveland from Chattanooga, Tennessee at the age of twelve after his mother’s death. During the early 1930s, he studied at the Playhouse Settlement of the Neighborhood Association of Cleveland (now called...
    • Politics

    • Karamu House; Works Progress Administration (U.S.); African Americans; Artists
    • William E. Smith (1913-1997) moved to Cleveland from Chattanooga, Tennessee at the age of twelve after his mother’s death. During the early 1930s, he studied at the Playhouse Settlement of the Neighborhood Association of Cleveland (now called...
    • Maybe Tomorrow

    • Karamu House; Works Progress Administration (U.S.); African Americans; Artists
    • William E. Smith (1913-1997) moved to Cleveland from Chattanooga, Tennessee at the age of twelve after his mother’s death. During the early 1930s, he studied at the Playhouse Settlement of the Neighborhood Association of Cleveland (now called...
    • Portrait

    • Karamu House; Works Progress Administration (U.S.); African Americans; Artists
    • William E. Smith (1913-1997) moved to Cleveland from Chattanooga, Tennessee at the age of twelve after his mother’s death. During the early 1930s, he studied at the Playhouse Settlement of the Neighborhood Association of Cleveland (now called...

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