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    • Office of Brookhart Poultry Co., Cleveland, Ohio

    • Brookhart Poultry Co.; Poultry houses
    • "Cleveland's leading house. Your shipments to us, car lots or less, always receive our careful attention. Our facilities for handling your poultry and eggs are without comparison in this market. At anytime you are in Cleveland you are welcome. Make...
    • Lakewood's Oldest Stone House, Pioneer Kitchen

    • Kitchens; Frontier & pioneer life; Houses; Lakewood Historical Society; Lakewood; Historic buildings
    • "LAKEWOOD'S OLDEST STONE HOUSE Pioneer Kitchen 14710 Lake Avenue, Lakewood, Ohio; Much activity centered around the kitchen fireplace in a pioneer home. It was often the main source of heat and light and the aroma from steaming kettles attracted...
    • Every So Often You've Got to Get His Attention

    • Nixon, Richard; Republican Party; Dirksen, Everett
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of Senator Everett Dirksen with a club labeled "Influence" in his hand sitting on top of an elephant that is wearing a "The Administration" badge around his neck. The elephant has "Knowles Appointment" written on him...
    • In-Person Registration

    • Fenn College; Cleveland State University; Fenn Tower (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • Before the days of mail or electronic registration registering for classes often meant standing in long lines to get class cards. Here evening division students fill Panel Hall on the third floor of Fenn Tower waiting their turn to register.
    • Bill Willis and Horace Gillom, 1952

    • Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1946-1995); Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1952); Willis, Bill; Gillom, Horace
    • "After watching the success of Motley and Willis, and Jackie Robinson in baseball, the floodgates opened for black players in both the AAFC and the NFL. Horace Gillom (right), pictured with Bill Willis, became the greatest punter of his time upon...
    • Flier for The Rubber City Rebels first appearance at CBGBs

    • Rubber City Rebels; CBGB; The Dead Boys; Bands; Music; Bars (Drinking establishments); Fliers (Printed matter)
    • A flier promoting the Rubber City Rebels opening for the Dead Boys on July 21st-23rd, 1977. The club was New York City's legendary CBGBs. The Dead Boys were a Cleveland band that often played in Akron.
    • Tin Huey's English Kids rear sleeve

    • Tin Huey; English Kids; Sister Rose; Price, Mark; Mondl, John; Clone Records; Opalenik, Dan; Bushflow Studios
    • English Kids/Sister Rise, the final release by Tin Huey on Clone Records in 1980. The illustration was done by Dan Opalenik, a credit line you see often in Akron during that time.
    • Back Sleeve of Human Switchboard's I Gotta Know

    • Human Switchboard; Bands; Music; Musicians; I Gotta Know; Clone Records; Price, Mark; Bushflow Studios
    • 1978 45 rpm by The Human Switchboard. Formed at Syracuse University, and led by Cleveland Native Robert Pfeifer, they often played Kent when they weren't at school. They recorded three albums in the 1980s while in New York, but recorded this 45 rpm...
    • Front Sleeve of Human Switchboard's I Gotta Know

    • Human Switchboard; Bands; Music; Musicians; I Gotta Know; Clone Records; Price, Mark; Bushflow Studios
    • 1978 45 rpm by The Human Switchboard. Formed at Syracuse University, and led by Cleveland Native Robert Pfeifer, they often played Kent when they weren't at school. They recorded three albums in the 1980s while in New York, but recorded this 45 rpm...
    • Pete Sake with the Rubber City Rebels in 2005

    • Sake, Pete; Mullens, Ron; Rubber City Rebels; Lime Spider; Bands; Music; Musicians
    • Peter Sake, who left the Rebels before they moved to L.A., sitting in as he often does when the band plays Akron. Here he is pictured at the 2005 show at the Lime Spider.
    • JB's Down Under Flier from April of 1988

    • Hyper as Hell; Hyper as Heck; JB's; Music; Bands; Musicians; Bars (Drinking establishments); Sockeye Insinerator; The Elderly Love Grilled Cheese
    • JB's down unded flier from Apriil of 1988 with a bill of Sockeye Insinerator/Hyper as Heck/The Elderly Love Grilled Cheese. Hyper as Heck was more often billed as Hyper as Hell. Also, it's nice to see an honest concert venue, that being one who...
    • Cedar Lee district (Cleveland Heights, Ohio)

    • Automobiles; Awnings; Barber poles; Business districts; Construction; Lighting; signs; Street railroad tracks;
    • Black-and-white photograph of Tailor-Maid Shop Dresses; McNally-Doyle candy; Hardware, Plumbing; Gifts, Library; Elliott & Guest Real Estate; Marshall's Drug. All at northwest corner of Cedar Road and Lee Road in Cedar Lee commercial district. ...

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