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    • Cleveland Clinic

    • Hospitals; Cleveland Clinic Foundation; Cleveland Clinic; William McVey; Sculptures;
    • "The Cleveland Clinic Foundation - Cleveland, Ohio - Each year more than 110,000 patients from the United States and abroad pass through the Clinic for specialty medical care. The medical group practice, founded in 1921, has become the world's...
    • Polyclinic Hospital

    • Hospitals; Polyclinic Hospital; Carnegie Ave.
    • "A 144-bed, non-profit, voluntary hospital founded in 1931. Approved by the Joint Commision on Accreditation of Hospitals. Approved for general practice residences by the American Medical Association."--card verso.
    • Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Cleveland Clinic Foundation; Hospitals; Health care
    • "Each year more than 110,000 patients from the United States and abroad pass through this main entrance area for specialty medical care at the Clinic. The medical group practice founded in 1921 has become the world's largest private medical center"...
    • The Cleveland Clinic

    • Hospitals; Cleveland Clinic Foundation; Aerial views;
    • "The Cleveland Clinic Foundation - Cleveland, Ohio - Founded as a group in 1921, it is the world's largest private medical center. It is composed of a 1108-bed hospital, office patient facilities, a research division, and a medical education...
    • School Gardengram, "Growing roses"

    • School gardens; Cleveland Public Schools Horticulture Program; Gardening; Agriculture; Laboratory schools; School children; Local foods; Urban agriculture; Lesson plans; Teacher Education; Teaching--Aids and devices; Roses
    • "School Gardengram, vol. V, no. 1, Published by the National Garden Institute, 1368 N. High St., Columbus 1, Ohio, Jan.-Feb. 1954; Growing roses, by Paul R. Young." This issue was written for secondary students but the information could be adapted...
    • Jerry Parkins of the Bizarros

    • Parkins, Jerry; The Bizarros;The Matador; Bands; Music; Bars (Drinking establishments); Musicians
    • "417181 Practice Under the Matador Bizarros (Jerry)"--photo verso. Jerry Parkins, guitarist of the Bizzaros, at a band practice.
    • Sadd's Building

    • Cleveland State University; East 24th St.; Sadd's Bar; Band Building
    • The former site of Sadd's Bar and Restaurant, 1881 East 24th St., was originally remodeled by CSU to accomodate students who brought their lunches. Instead the building was used by the Music Department as a practice area.
    • Freshman Surveying Camp

    • Cleveland State University; Fenn College; Civil Engineering Department;
    • Engineering freshmen Carl Berge (BSEE, 1935), Harry Donaldson, Donald Stroud (BSME, 1935), and Clarence Metzger practice their skills at the 1931 freshman surveying camp at Hiram, Ohio.
    • Harvest Prom

    • Fenn College; Cleveland State University
    • Big Band leader Freddie Slack and his boogie woogie orchestra played for Beta Beta Alpha's Harvest Prom in 1946. Here the amiable Mr Slack took time out from his engagement at the Palance Theater to practice archery with some Fenn co-eds.
    • Alvin Dark bunting at practice

    • Cleveland Indians; Managers; Baseball; Baseball coaches; Baseball managers; Baseball players; Baseball teams; Baseball uniforms; Dark, Alvin, 1922-
    • Alvin Dark bunting a baseball to players during the Cleveland Indians practice.

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