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    • The Knife and Fork Restaurant

    • Restaurants; Colonial Arcade (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "The Knife and Fork Restaurant, 38 Colonial Arcade, always a landmark in Cleveland, is known for its colonial American atmosphere and its exceptionally tasty dishes and choice import liqueurs and wines. Mr. Charley ("Fitz") Fitzgerald,...
    • Holiday Inn, Downtown Cleveland, Ohio.

    • Hotels; Holiday Inn; East 22nd St.; Euclid Ave.
    • "Holiday Inn, Downtown Cleveland, Ohio. East 22nd Street and Euclid Avenue. Phone: 696-5175 AC: 216 Zip: 44115. Indoor Pool - Meeting Facilities to 325 Persons. Located in Downtown Cleveland. Free Holidex Reservations." -- card verso.
    • Boat available for charter on Lake Erie

    • Boats; Charters; Yachts
    • "Drive it yourself: The Great Lakes' most luxurious charter boats -- daily or extended cruises. Completely equipped, including hot and cold running water, ship to shore radiophone, galley, twin screws, from 25 to 45 ft. Sleep from 5 to 8 persons....
    • Carter Hotel

    • Carter Hotel; Hotels; Prospect Ave.
    • "Carter Hotel Prospect Avenue and 9th Street inthe heart of Cleveland. Modern living at its best in 600 bright and airy outside rooms with bath. Five air conditioned restaurants; 26 private meeting rooms seating from 20 to 2000 persons."--card...
    • The Old Stone Church on Public Square, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Presbyterian churches; Public Square; Heard & Porter; Churches
    • First Presbyterian Society in Cleveland. One of America's widely known churches. Organized in 1820 at which time the population of Cleveland was 150 persons. The present church, dedicated in 1858, is the third structure on this location. Daily...
    • Blosom Hill Veterans Hospital

    • Blossom Hill Veterans Hospital; Military Hospitals; Broadview Heights (Ohio)
    • "BROADVIEW HEIGHTS VETERANS HOSPITAL: One large building on 67 acres on Rt. 176 south of Rt. 82. Cost: approximately $1,000,000. Opened November, 1940. Capacity: 278 beds. Employs 150 persons. Primarily treats tuberculosis and respiratory ailments,...
    • Cleveland Clinic Education Building

    • Cleveland Clinic Foundation; Hospitals; Architectural drawings
    • "The Cleveland Clinic Foundation today announced plans for a $1,750,000 medical eduaction building. The building will be a multicolored seven-story structure on E. 90th St., between Euclid and Carnegie Aves., with an attached two-story auditorium...
    • Ore boats waiting for steel strike to end

    • Ore carriers; Harbors; Ships; Steel industry strikes; Lakes; Iron & steel workers; Steel; Steel industry; Lake Erie
    • "Idle Ore Boats waited lazily in Cleveland Harbor today for the end of the steel strike. Each vessel carries an average crew of 36 persons. They remain aboard ready to dash for the head of the Lakes when activity is resumed. The empty boats are...
    • Ribbon cutting at the Cuyahoga County Fair

    • Cuyahoga County Fair; Fairs; Berea (Ohio); Beauty contestants; Ribbons; CC Fair Exhibit
    • "BEAUTIFUL OPENING -- Officiating at ribbon cutting ceremonies for the 82nd annual County Fair are Marlene Casamento, Miss Cuyahoga County Fair, and Louis B. Seltzer, former editor of The Press. The fair is expected to attract 200,000 persons." ...
    • New life raft developed by AAF

    • Swimmers; Swimming; Swimming pools
    • "AAF's New Life Raft safely supports 104 persons. Developed at Wright Field, the raft weighs 79 pounds and is 38 feet in circumference. It was successfully tried out in the National Cash Register company swimming pool. The giant raft will be used...

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