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    • Halo of the Week

    • City Club of Cleveland
    • "[text cut off] on the badge of his wife, Connie, and had to take an avalanche of kidding. ... Hidden talent -- as far as City Club members were concerned -- appeared last when the abbreviated Anvil Revue put on its skit of barbs to honor Carl D....
    • Albert Balog funeral

    • Gypsies; Funeral processions; Bands; Violins; Music ensembles; Romanies
    • "Photo caption: A score of gypsy musicians played a final farewell to viola and violin player Albert Balog in front of his home at 1736 Fulton Rd. today. (Press Photo by Bill Nehez)

      Article: By Dick Feagler

      A score of gypsy...
    • Scene from "Mime Aria" at Cuyahoga Community College

    • Universities & colleges; Students; College administrators; College presidents
    • "Catherine O'Grady, 1254 Giel Ave., Lkwd ... Roberta Baumgartner, 2111 Wyandotte Ave, Lkwd ...Turned down at CCC West" --photo verso. "I'm hot as a spoon in a teacup," pouts Columbine, played by Lora Stanley. She is shown with Pierrot, played by...
    • Dobama: "Joan"

    • Theaters; Dobama Theater; Theatrical productions; Actors; Publicity photographs; Actors; Soeder, Lynn; LiBassi, Mike; Schmitz,Tom
    • Black & white publicity photograph. "Lynn Soeder (upper right) in the title role in the musical, JOAN, at Dobama Theatre March 21 through April 13, with her two loves; "Ira, my dope fiend", (center left), played by Mike LiBassi, and Tracy, the...
    • Dramatic scene from "More Love, Brother"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theatrical productions; Scene; Shaker Heights (Ohio); Shakers
    • "Elder Sister Lydia is Clarice Eisenberg (with arms upraised). The two holding sister thankful (Carol Hallock), who has fainted, are Eldress Abigail (in front), played by Florence Fletcher and Sister Mercy, played by Ellen Eaves. The two men...
    • Program for the week of July 7, 1940, featuring "Street Scene"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theater programs; Theatrical productions; Rice, Elmer; Fuldheim, Dorothy; Pulitzer Prizes
    • Entertainment for the week began with a performance by the Choral Society of Cain Park Theatre, conducted by Dr. Charles D. Dawe, on Sunday, July 7, 1940. This was followed by a production of Elmer Rice's "Street Scene", which was performed on...
    • Stadium and Skyline of Cleveland, Ohio.

    • Cleveland Municipal Stadium (Cleveland, Ohio); Stadiums; Lakefront
    • "Stadium and skyline of Cleveland, Ohio. Cleveland's mammoth sports coliseum, designed to accommodate 110,000 guests, is the Home of the Cleveland's "Indians." The stadium is equipped with lighting where Night Baseball Games, Opera and Festivals...
    • Jacobs Field, Cleveland

    • Jacobs Field; Baseball; Baseball fields; Gateway
    • Gateway District Cleveland, Ohio; Nighttime baseball in Cleveland brings thousands of fans downtown where exciting games are played under the lights of the 42,000 seat ballpark. touch-tone CLEVELAND ACTIVITY LINE (216) 899-1555 Convention &...
    • Weiss All-Stars of Cleveland, Ohio

    • Softball; Athletics; Sports; Weiss, Alta; Weiss All-Stars;
    • Weiss All-Stars. Team member Alta Weiss, a native of Ragersville, Ohio, became a celebrity in the Cleveland area when she made her pitching debut with the all-male, semiprofessional Vermilion Independents on September 2, 1907. More than 1,200 fans...
    • League Park

    • Baseball; Stadiums; Sports & recreation facilities; Sports spectators
    • League Park was the Cleveland Indians first home. It opened May 1, 1891 and reopened April 21,1910. The last game was played on September 21,1946. It was demolished 1951. Capacity: 9,000 (1891); 21,414 (1910). Architect: Osborn Engineering (1910).
    • Man holding newspaper in front of chicken coop

    • Poultry houses; Plain Dealer; Baseball; World series (Baseball)
    • A man holding the Cleveland Plain Dealer from October 1914 with the headline " Boston Braves Score First Blood in Series with Athletics". This is the first game in the World Series between the Boston Braves and the Philadelphia Athletics played on...

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