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    • Building near East 9th Street and Euclid

    • Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Streets; City & town life
    • "1010 Euclid Bldg., just east of Cleveland Trust, was purchased today for $1,400,000 by Shaker Savings Assn. The structure, formerly called the Swetland Bldg., is 13 stories high. Boston interests, represented by Theodore Berenson, bought the...
    • A Few Facts About the Cleveland Bible Institute

    • Cleveland Bible Institute; Theology schools; Bible schools
    • "Organized in 1892. Incorporated 1899. 1195 students enrolled since its organization. 3 courses of study. 11 religious denominations and 16 states represented last year. Missionaries in nearly all prominent mission fields. If you want to know more...
    • Plaque given at dinner in honor of Major John Berry

    • Aircraft carriers; Airplanes; Airports; Cleveland Hopkins International Airport
    • "Major John Berry, who recently resigned as manager of Cleveland Airport, and who is credited with making it one of the finest fields in the country, was presented with a large plaque at a dinner given in his honor at Cleveland, O., on Jan. 31....
    • Building at 1122 Prospect Avenue

    • Prospect Ave.; Prospect Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "Purchased for $200,000 was this 35,000 sq.-ft., four-story building at 1122 Prospect Ave. Ohio Desk Co., occupant of the building since its completion in 1917, bought the property from 1120 Prospect Co. Buyer was represented by Charles R. Ault of...
    • Public Square - Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument

    • Cleveland; Public Square; Soldiers' And Sailors' Monument; Scofield, Levi T.; Downtown Cleveland; Architectural sculpture
    • The men represented by these statues include Albert Dietz, Corporal of the U.S. Army; A.A. Can, Chief Quartermaster of the U.S. Navy; Conrad Beck, Colonel in the Civil War; and Darwin A. Shuinway, Sergeant of the U.S. Marines. -- photo verso
    • Cleveland Paper Company

    • Newspaper industry
    • Century in the paper business is represented by Orlin W. Herthneck (center), board chairman of the Cleveland Paper Company, and John H. Walsh (right), president. They are presented with silver trays commemorating the 50th anniversary of each of the...
    • Samuel "Chip" Sheppard

    • Homicides;Sheppard Murder Case;Sheppard, Chip;Boston University;Books; Criminal investigations
    • "Boston University freshman Samuel "Chip" Sheppard, Jr., 19, son of Cleveland osteopath Dr. Samuel Sheppard, said "there never was any doubt in my mind that my father was innocent." His father was acquitted of the 1964 murder of his first wife...
    • Ernest Bohn receiving award, 1946

    • Bohn, Ernest J.; Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority; Public housing; Cornell University; Awards; Peace
    • "Theme of the awards was 'Building for Peace.' And each of the recipients represented achievements in a field important to that aim. Left to right are: Mr. [Ernest] Bohn, Dr. [Leona] Baumgartner, Miss [Dorothy] Shaver, who made the presentations;...
    • Miniature race car track with scoreboard, May Co.

    • Department stores; May Co. Of Cleveland; Racing automobiles; Model cars
    • "The gift of a slot car racing track set that originally cost $5000 is being made by Ted Bast, general manager of May's on the Heights (left), to the Police Athletic League, represented by Capt. Joseph Strauss, president. The track has been in use...
    • Mayor Dennis Kucinich proclaims Cleveland Plumbing Week

    • Kucinich, Dennis; Mayors; Announcements; Plumbing industry; Plumbers; Cleary, Richard; Gevelber, Fred
    • "Plumbing week proclaimed--Mayor Dennis Kucinich (left) signed the Cleveland Plumbing Week proclamation,Wednesday, with the industry represented by Richard Cleary, business manager of Plumbers Local 55, and Fred Gevelber, president of the Cleveland...
    • Woody Brick

    • Fenn College; Cleveland State University; ;
    • The Woody Brick represented the rivalry in basketball between Hiram College and Fenn College. Here the Hiram College coach is returning the Woody Brick to Fenn College Athletic Director Homer Woodling after Fenn had defeated the Hiram College team.
    • Court of Presidents and Billy Rose's Aquacade at night

    • Court of Presidents (Great Lakes Exposition : Cleveland, Ohio); Great Lakes Exposition; Billy Rose's Aquacade (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • Each eagle overlooking the Court of Presidents represented a United States president born in one of the Great Lakes states. The court lead to Lake Erie and to Billy Rose's Aquacade which had replaced its unpopular predecessor, the Marine Theater,...
    • Court of Presidents leading to the lake and to Billy Rose's Aquacade

    • Court of Presidents (Great Lakes Exposition : Cleveland, Ohio); Great Lakes Exposition; Billy Rose's Aquacade (Cleveland, Ohio); Fairs and Expositions; Mall, The (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • People gather on the Court of Presidents during the day at the Great Lakes Exhibition (1936-1937). Each eagle overlooking the Court of Presidents represented a United States president born in one of the Great Lakes states. The court lead to Lake...
    • Interview with George V. Voinovich, May 19, 2011 [video]

    • Voinovich, George V., 1936-; Perk, Ralph J.; Mayors; United States. Congress. Senate; Politics and Government; Oral histories; Recollections; Interviews; Klein, Richard
    • U.S. Senator George V. Voinovich was both a close friend and political ally of the mayor. Senator Voinovich began his public service career in the Ohio House of Representatives (1967-71). He was elected Cuyahoga County Auditor in 1971 and Cuyahoga...

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