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    • Gymnasium- Crile General Hospital

    • Crile Hospital; Hospitals; Gymnasiums; Parma (Ohio); Military Hospitals
    • "New, modern, and completely equipped for all types of indoor athletics, the gymnasium has been built particularly for the use of convalescent patients, who engage in a full athletic program in prepration for their return to duty. However, the gym...
    • St. Alexis Hospital

    • Saint Alexis Hospital Medical Center; Hospitals
    • "St. Alexis Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio. The Prayer of St. Francis dominates one wall of the lobby at St. Alexis Hospital. Its message is a consoling one, particularly for relatives or friends of patients who are anxiously awaiting word of their...
    • 1946 Program for "The Farmer Takes A Wife"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Amphitheaters; Parks
    • In 1946, Cain Park's production of "The Farmer Takes a Wife" starred Vincent Herst, Carl A. Wagner, Wilma Sparrow, and John L. Price. Burleigh Murray Reiff, who played Lucy Gurget, celebrated her 52nd show in the business when she performed in "The...
    • City Club Forum: Randall Robinson [audio]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; Local government; City Club Forum; Robinson, Randall, 1941- ; Segregation; African Americans; Justice; Lobbyists
    • Randall Robinson, director, TransAfrica: ''US policy toward [South] Africa.'' On February 16, 1982, John Roberts, then a clerk to Kenneth Star in the US Justice Department wrote this to his boss, ''TransAfrica is the American lobby group...
    • City Club Forum: Robert Niehoff, president, John Carroll University [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Niehoff, Robert; John Carroll University; Racism; Educational equalization; Equal opportunity programs; Economic &...
    • Friday Forum: Robert L. Niehoff, S.J., president, John Carroll University, ''will speak about making college accessible and affordable to all qualified students, particularly those who come from underserved segments of the population.'' The Mandel...
    • City Club Forum: Av Weston, executive director, National Television Academy [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Westin, Av, 1929-; News media; Journalism; Television journalists; Television personalities;...
    • Friday Forum: "What's wrong with TV news? Addressing the downward spiral of broadcast journalism, particularly the politicization of broadcast news in search of ratings,'' with Av Westin, veteran television news executive and director, National...
    • 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...
    • Plain Dealer reporter Doris O'Donnell

    • O'Donnell, Doris; Cleveland Press; Cleveland Plain Dealer; Journalism; Journalists; Reporters
    • Cleveland reporter Doris O'Donnell holding a rifle. Her journalism career spanned nearly six decades covering national stories including the assassinations of President John Kennedy, Senator Robery Kennedy, and Marting Luther King Jr as well as...
    • Interior, The Coffeehouse

    • The Coffeehouse; Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Mr. Stress Blues Band; Coffeehouses
    • "Scene shortly after 6 a.m., March 9, 1968 at all-night benefit happening in Coffeehouse, 11501 Euclid Ave., for families of man killed by motorcycle gang."--photo verso.
      The Coffeehouse, located on E. 115th & Euclid was a popular gathering...
    • Vacations

    • American Automobile Association; Vacations
    • "AAA Photo. When it come to packing for a vacation, the motorist has the upper hand. He can stow quite a bit away -- particularly important if he is a sports enthusiast" -- photo verso.

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