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    • Captain Frank Features

    • Restaurants
    • "Call 'em scampy or shrimp, city is now critters' capital. It sounds like a fish story when you tell how Cleveland is becoming the scampy center of America. That's natural because scampies are seafood. They are king-size shrimp. They weigh a...
    • Halloween display with giant pumpkins

    • Holidays; Halloween; Festive decorations; Pumpkins; Scarecrows
    • "GIANT PUMPKINS, one weighing 137 pounds, were raised this year by Arthur Ver Steegh, 3030 Grafton Rd., Brunswick. The pumpkin-headed Indians guarding the giants are part of a front-yard display Ver Steegh has each year. The pumpkin on the left...
    • Jumbo bobbins carry 2 1/2 pounds of continuous rayon yarn

    • Industrial Rayon Corporation; Rayon; Textile industry; Midland-Ross Co.; IRC Fibers; Synthetic Fibers; Industrial Rayon- Painesville; Industrial Rayon-textiles
    • "Photo courtesy of Industrial Rayon Corporation. These jumbo bobbins, carrying 2-1/2 pounds of yarn in one uniform, unbroken thread, have facilitated the establishment of new standards in the rayon industry. Yarn spun, treated, dried and twisted...
    • Bakers decorating a wedding cake

    • Bakers; Wedding cake; Saint John Cathedral (Cleveland, Ohio); Cakes
    • "[A] week of work went into this wedding cake, a replica of St. John Cathedral made by Gene Cheraso (left)and William Baraona of Baraona's Bakery, 11908 Kinsman Rd. The cake will be cut tonight at Swiss Hall, 2710 Walton Ave., for the wedding...
    • grovemic62

    • Grove, Roy; Cartoons; Cartoonists; World War I; Soldiers
    • A Roy Grove World War I cartoon captured from a Cleveland Press microfilm depicts a soldier standing on a scale while wearing a heavy pack. This cartoon appeared in the Cleveland Press January 18, 1918 on page 13. It is from the "Comedies of Camp...
    • The Mountaineer

    • Hanna Mining; Coal yards; Coal; Machinery; Mining equipment
    • "'The Mountaineer' : To it's very tip, THE MOUNTAINEER, the world's largest shovel rises 160 feet into the air (the height of a 16-story building), The shovel has a 60 cubic-yard dipper (90 tons), a boom 150 feet long, a dipper handle 92 feet long,...
    • 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...
    • Brush Beryllium Company furnace

    • Metalwork; Metalworking industries; Metal castings; Industry; Factories; Brush Beryllium Co.
    • "The high temperature strength of one of the new tantalum beryllides is tested in this furnace at The Brush Beryllium Company. The tantalum beryllide, the dark horizontal bar, has just been placed on an anvil in the white-hot furnace. A rod pushed...
    • New beryllium copper material

    • Metalwork; Metalworking industries; Metal castings; Industry; Factories; Brush Beryllium Co.
    • "Powder Metallurgy gets a new beryllium copper material announced today by Brush Beryllium. The new powder is two to five times stronger than materials formerly on the market. Beryllium Develops New Metal Powder Brush Beryllium Co. announced today...
    • Industrial Rayon Corporation coning operation

    • Textile industry; Rayon; Industrial Rayon Corporation; Synthetic fibers; IRC Fibers; Midland-Ross Co.; Industrial Rayon-Cleveland
    • "Chemical Industry becomes part of the textile industry at plants like those operated in Painesville, Cleveland and other cities where deft women workers help the company turn out 120,000,000 pounds of rayon yarn a year in continuous process. May...
    • Painesville Industrial Rayon Corporation plant by Lake Erie

    • Industrial Rayon Corporation; Rayon; Textile industry; Midland-Ross Co.; IRC Fibers; Synthetic Fibers; Aerial photographs; Industrial Rayon-Painesville
    • "Industrial Rayon Corporation's new $11,500,000 air-conditioned, windowless plant at Painesville, Ohio, covers 14 acres; contains the largest area of glass block of any plant in America. The plant will have a capacity of 12,000,000 pounds of...
    • New 14-acre windowless, air-conditioned Painesville rayon plant

    • Industrial Rayon Corporation; Rayon; Textile industry; Midland-Ross Co.; IRC Fibers; Synthetic Fibers; Industrial Rayon-Painesville
    • "Industrial Rayon Corporation's new 14-acre, windowless, air-conditioned plant at Painesville, Ohio, for continuous spinning of new rayon yarns, is ready for operation. It will ultimately provide employment for nearly 1000 men and women and is to...
    • Flier requesting information on bank robber

    • Women's Federal Savings and Loan Association of Cleveland; Robberies; Criminals; Euclid
    • "On January 19,1981, a lone black male robbed the Women's Federal Savings and Loan Association, 1300 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. The robber is described as 6'1", 180 pounds, glasses. He was armed with a small pistol. A reward of up to $2,000 is...
    • Cliff at Mentor-On-The-Lake

    • Mentor-On-The-Lake (Ohio); ; Waterfronts; Erosion
    • "WASHING AWAY - Choppy water from Lake Erie chews away the shoreline in Mentor-on-the-Lake in spite of the best efforts of property owners. This cliff is composed of clay and chunks weighing several hundred pounds fall off frequently. Residents of...

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