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    • Oh What a Lovely War

    • Theatrical productions; Oh What a Lovely War
    • November 6, 1968 Cauldron Article previewing Cleveland State University's production of "Oh What a Lovely War." Includes indepth look at Joe Garry Jr's vision of the show.
    • War Memorial Fountain

    • War Memorial Fountain; Fountains; Mall, The (Cleveland, Ohio); Eternal Fountain of Life (Cleveland, Ohio); Board of Education Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Group Plan
    • "This imposing memorial is dedicated to the Greater Clevelanders killed in World War II and the Korean War. It was sculpted by Marshall M. Fredericks. This 35 foot bronze central figure symbolizes man's immortal spirit rising above the flames of...
    • Public Square at Night

    • Public Square; Night; Soldiers' And Sailors' Monument; Euclid Ave.; Superior Ave.
    • "In the foreground is pictured the Soldiers and Sailors Monument erected in honor of Clevelanders who served in the Civil War. In the background, to the right, is Euclid Ave., the longest street in Cleveland; to the left, Superior Ave." -- card...
    • 145th U.S. Armored Regiment off to World War I

    • United States. Army--Infantry; World War I; Downtown Cleveland; Uniforms
    • Members of the 145th Armored Regiment march in formation in the streets of downtown Cleveland. "145th...off for the world war. 1918"--photo verso. As part of the Ohio Army National Guard, the 145th Armored Regiment was drafted into federal...
    • City Club Forum: Ken Burns, documentary producer [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Burns, Ken, 1953-; Documentaries; Learning; History
    • Tuesday Special Forum: ''The war,'' is a new film about World War II, created by documentary filmmaker Ken Burns to address this question: ''What was it like to be in that war?'' Burns continues, ''In front of every episode, there's a printed...
    • E. P. Latham House

    • Latham, E. P.; Houses; Dwellings
    • The house was built at the end of the Civil War specially for E. P. Latham (a.k.a. Pace Latham).The doors feature L-shaped brass hooks in place of knobs to better accommodate Mr. Latham for he lost his arms in an overzealous and ultimately tragic...
    • Booty

    • Vietnam; Uncle Sam
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of a member of the Viet Cong wearing a hat in the style of Uncle Sam. On the hat is "U.S. Waste in Viet War." The cartoon is signed and dated in the lower right corner 10-15-66 Osrin."
    • City Club Forum: Dr. George Wald, Harvard University biologist [audio]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; Local government; City Club Forum; Wald, George, 1906-1997; Scientists; Nobel prizes; War; Moral aspects of war; Antinuclear...
    • Dr. George Wald, professor of biology, Harvard University, one of three awarded the Nobel prize in 'physiology or medicine', ''for their discoveries concerning the primary physiological and chemical visual processes in the eye.'' The topic for this...
    • Oh What a Lovely War

    • Theatrical productions; Oh What a Lovely War
    • Pictured from left to right: Marthan Brown, Elaine Mesaros, Theresa Piteo, Christine Sell, and Kathy Wasil in Cleveland State University's 1968 production of "Oh What a Lovely War."

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