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    • Advertisement for the Fulton Paint Co.

    • Advertisements; Paint industry; Fulton Paint Co.
    • "Free big paint book. Mail this card at once. It will bring you absolutely FREE the finest paint book you ever saw. This book shows 93 beautiful colors of Fulton house & barn paints, enamels, stains and varnishes, and gives you direct factory...
    • League Park

    • League Park; Baseball fields; Sports & recreation facilities; Stadiums
    • "1891-1946 Cleveland Indians" -- card front
      "League Park (Cleveland, Ohio) Located at the northeast corner of E. 66th St. and Lexington Avenue, it was home to Cleveland's major league baseball teams from 1891 thru 1946, including the 1920...
    • Ye Olde Stage House, Brecksville, Ohio

    • Restaurants; Halls; Advertisements; Interior decoration
    • "Built in 1839. An historical Stage Coach Inn that has retained the charm, tradition and gracious hospitality of the past -- plus the very finest food and beverages of today. LUNCHEONS - FAMILY STYLE DINNERS - LATE SUPPERS - HORSESHOE COCKTAIL BAR...
    • Seven TV veterans

    • Celebrities; Palmer, Paige; Hendershott, Crandall; VanCleve, Rachel; Dale, Bob; Culver, Randy; Fuldheim, Dorothy; Carroll, Gene; WEWS (Channel 5)
    • "Seven veterans. In point of service, these are the oldest performers on WEWS which is celebrating its seventh birthday today. From upper left to the bottom: Paige Palmer, Crandall Hendershott, Rachel VanCleve, Bob Dale, Randy Culver, Dorothy...
    • Albert Balog funeral

    • Gypsies; Funeral processions; Bands; Violins; Music ensembles; Romanies
    • "Photo caption: A score of gypsy musicians played a final farewell to viola and violin player Albert Balog in front of his home at 1736 Fulton Rd. today. (Press Photo by Bill Nehez)

      Article: By Dick Feagler

      A score of gypsy...
    • Proposed improvements to Shakespeare Cultural Garden

    • Rockefeller Park; Cleveland (Ohio); Cleveland Cultural Gardens (Cleveland, Ohio); Shakespeare Cultural Garden; English Cultural Garden
    • "Plan of New Rockefeller Park Theater. Construction of new amphitheater to help "interrelate" the 19 cultural gardens of Rockfeller Park "into one harmonious unit" will begin this spring, Parks Director Hugo E. Varga announced today...." -- photo...
    • Lakewood Park

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Lake Ave.; Lakewood Park
    • The stream that ran through Lakewood Park flowed through Lakewood where Belle Ave. is today. After the street covered up the stream it continued to flow into the open at a point where the road separated near the park entrance on Lake Ave. The...
    • Mayor Day and scouts paint road sign posts

    • Mayors; Jaycees; Chambers of commerce
    • "CLEAN-UP WEEK IN PARMA started today after Mayor Day mounted a stool to paint the first street name pole at Ridge Rd. and Ridgewood Dr. He was assisted by Chamber of Commerce and Jaycee members, who also cleaned a field of debris opposite City...
    • Boston Hotel demolition

    • Building; Construction; Skyscrapers; Building construction; Demolition
    • "Demolition of the Boston Hotel, a 70-year-old, three-story building at the southeast corner of E. 12th St. and St. Clair Ave. began today. The building is across the street from the property owned by Mrs. Teresa Grisanti who is seeking to kill the...
    • Vacated slum apartment

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Slums; Landlord & tenant; Apartments; Interiors
    • "A greedy landlord forced a family of six to live in their cardboard-partitioned suite, Police Capt. Leo Schamadan said today. Richard Rox, his wife and four children have made a home out of this room and one other in a tenement at 2348 E. 31st St....
    • American Ship Building Company, Lorain, Ohio

    • Lorain (Ohio); Ships; Shipping; Boat & ship industry
    • "Largest ore boat ever launched on Great Lakes, the steamer E. T. Weir of the Hanna fleet, is shown poised and ready to slide down the ways at the Lorain yards of American Ship Building Co. at noon today. The 690-foot vessel displaces 2,000,000...

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