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    • The Parachute that covered the Bank's ceiling

    • The Bank; Nightclubs;
    • The ceiling of The Bank, one of the most popular clubs involved in the "Akron Sound", was covered by a large black parachute. Supposedly as the ceiling was crumbling and the parachute was needed to catch debris the clubgoers shook loose.
    • Judge Edward Blythin

    • Blythin, Edward, 1884-1958; Judges; Courtrooms; Sheppard Murder Case
    • Judge Edward Blythin sits in the courtroom. He supposedly said to journalist Dorothy Kilgallen that he thought that Sheppard was guilty. In the 1966 trial, the conviction was overturned as a result of the "media circus" that he let happen during...
    • Judge Edward Blythin

    • Blythin, Edward, 1884-1958; Judges; Sheppard Murder Case; Courtrooms
    • Judge Edward Blythin sits in his courtroom. Judge Blythin supposedly said to Dorothy Kilgallen, a journalist from New York City, that he thought Sheppard was guilty. The 1966 trial overruled the guilty conviction, noting that the judge allowed a...
    • Playbill for the opening production at the Ohio Theatre

    • Playbills; Ohio Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; Opening Day; Premieres;
    • Playbill for the opening week, starting February 14, 1921, of the Ohio Theatre advertising The Return of Peter Grimm. The advertisement at the bottom of the playbill was for Bowler and Burdick Co., Jewelers. They were primarily known for their...
    • Blue Sevres Vase from the Palace Theatre

    • Palace Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; Art objects; Blue Sevres Vase; Vases
    • The Blue Sevres Vase from the Palace Theatre in Playhouse Square. It was returned to its original location after the Palace was restored. Edward Albee purchased the Vase for C.A. Selzer, a well know Cleveland Antiques dealer who has a large shop at...
    • Wall mural of ancient Greeks at Halle's.

    • Department stores; Halle Brothers Co.; Mural Art in Cleveland
    • "Lunch with the Minotaur: The Greeks had a word for a mean old monster who sometimes dressed like a bull, still other times sported the body of a man and head of a bull. They called it a Minotaur.
      This ancient legend inspired Daniel Rassmusson,...

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