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    • An indoors golfer addresses the ball

    • Golf; Golfers; Projectors; Projections
    • A golfer addresses the ball at a Golfomat facility. The Golfomat system projects the image of famous golf courses on a screen a few feet from the golfer, who hits the ball directly into the screen. A computer analyses the trajectory and impact of...
    • The Theatre, Euclid Beach Park, Cleveland, Ohio.

    • Euclid Beach Park; Theaters; Amusement parks
    • Euclid Beach Park. Located on the south shore of Lake Erie, eight miles from the public square. It is the largest and most popular of the city's amusement parks. Where your most popular screen artists may seen daily in their latest productions.
    • Telenews Theater

    • Theaters; Correspondence
    • "This is "Write To Servicemen" Week! Telenews in cooperation with the Cleveland Press invites you to correspond with the boys in the army. Ample writing facilities in the downstairs lounge. Telenews will pay the postage! The Columbia short, "How to...
    • Bob Hope

    • Hope, Bob; Comedians; Entertainers; Celebrities
    • "When man bites dog it's news and when a movie star asks for an autograph it's even better news. That's exactly what Bob Hope, famed radio and screen comedian, did when he received a caricature of himself drawn by Pvt. Paul S. Snyder, (right) son...
    • St. Theodosius Russian Orthodox Cathedral

    • Saint Theodosius Russian Orthodox Cathedral; Starkweather Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Starkweather Ave.; Cathedrals; Churches; Orthodox churches
    • "The interior of St. Theodosius Russian Orthodox Cathedral on Starkweather Ave., built in 1911, reflects the architecture used for Russian churches for centuries. The rich, decorative painting by Andrew Bicenko is said to be comparable with St....
    • Children's indoor train ride, Higbee's

    • Amusement rides; Children playing with toys; Higbee Co.; Department stores; Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad
    • "Chesapeake and Ohio Railway's 'Can-Do Special', a full-size replica of a 490 engine cab. Throttle starts activator under seat and moves along C&O right-of-way screen outside window make for perfect illusion of a train ride. Besides the youngsters...
    • Woman hurried to safety by police

    • Glenville (Cleveland, Ohio); Glenville Shootout; Riots & demonstrations; Cleveland Police Department; Black militant groups; Radicalism
    • "Pinnned against the wall along Lakeview, just north of Euclid, this woman is hurried to safety after a police truck was backed up to screen her and the policeman assisting."--photo verso.
      The events surrounding the Glenville Shootout occurred...
    • Picture of a beating heart

    • Hearts; City Hospital
    • "On Cleveland's City Hospital's new device to record the functioning of the heart, a cathode ray screen, similar to television's, enables surgeons to have a continuous record of his patient's heart beats, which is especially helpful during heart...
    • Pilots Ruth Chatterton and Katherine Chuang are greeted by Mrs. F. F. Dugan

    • Dugan, F. F.; Chuang, Katherine; Chatterton, Ruth, 1893-1961; Great Lakes Exposition; S.S. Moses Cleaveland; National Air Races; Cleveland National Air Races; Air pilots
    • "Aboard the S.S. Moses Cleveland, Showboat of the Great Lakes Exposition, Cleveland, Miss Ruth Chatterton, noted screen star and aviatrix, was greeted by Mrs. F. F. Dugan, Akron, President of the Women's chapter of the National Aeronautical...
    • Jim Brown burns some Steelers, Cleveland Browns at Pittsburgh, 1958

    • Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1946-1995); Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1958); Pittsburgh Steelers (Football team); Brown, Jim
    • "WEEK 2 - Brown comes back with a 129-yard, three-touchdown effort in a 45-12 rout of the Steelers at Pittsburgh. The game matches Brown with rookie Bobby Mitchell in a potentially lethal backfield. Mitchell rushes for 65 yards and takes a Milt...
    • Audio of interview with Cleveland set designer Ron Newell

    • Newell, Ron; Set designers; Playhouse Square Center; Design; Theaters; Berea Summer Theater; Palace Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Cuyahoga County Fair audio clips; Cuyahoga County Fair; Audiovisual materials; Exhibits
    • Cleveland State University Library staff member William Barrow discusses the theatrical and screen career of Cleveland set designer and actor Ron Newell.
      Audio memory collected at the "Cleveland Memories" exhibit at the Cuyahoga County Fair in...

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