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    • A.R. and C.F. Nunn Funeral Home, 15407 Detroit Ave.

    • Funeral homes and Funeral practices; Detroit Ave.; A.R. and C.F. Nunn Funeral Home
    • "Announcement. Adolph R. Nunn and Charles F. Nunn announce the opening of their new funeral home at 15407 Detroit Avenue at Mars Avenue. This new home in modern appointments and quiet, dignified surroundings exemplifies the type of service that we...
    • Lawyers group drops case against parents

    • Advocacy; Autism; Parma City School District; Special Education; Winkelman, Jacob
    • Plain Dealer (5/5/2006): "The Cleveland Bar Association says it will no longer seek fines from an Akron couple [Brian and Susan Woods] for going to court without a lawyer to help their autistic son." "The Supreme Court is expect to decide in the...
    • Umpires decide whether or not to continue a rain-delayed game

    • Baseball; Cleveland Indians; Cleveland Municipal Stadium (Cleveland, Ohio); Baseball umpires; Soar, Hank; Stewart, Bob; Hurley, Eddie; Flaherty, Red
    • L to R: Umpires Hank Soar (second base), Bob Stewart (home), Red Flaherty (third base), and Eddie Hurley (first) decide whether to resume a game after a rain delay of more than an hour. The Indians were losing 11-6 to the Baltimore Orioles in the...
    • City Club Forum: Kurt Schmoke, dean, Howard University School of Law [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Universities & colleges; Education; Higher Education; People associated with education &...
    • Friday Forum: ''Affirmative action and whether it should play a role in the various levels of higher education,'' with Kurt Schmoke, dean, Howard University School of Law and former mayor of Baltimore. Battisti Memorial Lecture In Partnership with...
    • Hart Crane in Akron and Cleveland 1919-1923 [e-book]

    • Crane, Hart; Bridges in literature; Symbolism in literature; Veterans Memorial Bridge (Cleveland, Ohio); Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "Porphyro in Akron": the beginning of the Road -- "Euclid Avenue" and the Road to the Bridge -- "The Bridge of Estador" and the Cleveland Bridges. "The essays focus on three pre-Bridge texts featuring the Road and Bridge symbols. The first essay...
    • The Central Retail Food Market of Cleveland, Ohio [e-book]

    • Grocery trade; Grocery stores; Markets and Market Houses; Food; Retail food; Agriculture; Rural economics; Central Market; West Side Market; Broadway Market; Cleveland survey
    • A study of the Central Retail Food Market in Cleveland, Ohio was made in 1947 at the request of Mayor Thomas A. Burke (Marketing and Facilities Research Branch 3 of the Production and Marketing Administration, U.S. Department of Agriculture) to...
    • 1931 Parade Magazine ad for Mentor Harbor Yacht Club

    • Advertisements; Yacht clubs; Mentor Harbor Yacht Club; Real estate development
    • A full-page advertisement on the back cover of Parade Magazine's June 4th, 1931 issue, about the Mentor Harbor Yacht Club. "Never before have Cleveland boating enthusiasts had the opportunity to take full advantage of the wonderful pleasures...
    • KKK handshake

    • Ku Klux Klan (1915- ); Handshakes
    • "The world this morning reveals another Ku Klux secret--the "grip" of the other, which is administered after the $10 'donation'. This grip is run in two sections. In the first part the two men extend and join their hands in an ordinary clasp,...
    • Group photo of child entertainers

    • WGAR (Radio station : Cleveland, Ohio); Radio stations; Radio industry
    • "REG MARRIDEW, WGAR program manager, wants to know what happened to the 70-odd Clevelanderse pictured here. They played on Uncle Clyde Wood's show about 16 years and this photograph was taken at a party. If you recognize yourself, call Merridew at...
    • Eroded Lorain shoreline

    • Lorain (Ohio); Waterfronts; Erosion
    • "THE LAKE ERIE SHORELINE at Lorain a few years ago stretched out to the picture's dotted line. Now Lorain is getting read to fight the lake's destruction regardless of whether it gets help from the state - Lake Erie - Erosion" - photo verso
    • Ariane and Dr. Sam Sheppard

    • Homicides;Sheppard Murder Case;Sheppard, Sam;Sheppard, Ariane;Shopping; Criminal investigations
    • "Dr. Sam Sheppard, who served almost 10 years in prison but was freed and acquitted in a second trial on charges of murdering his wife, does some Christmas shopping with his German-born second wife, Ariane, Dec. 21. Sheppard, visiting his in-laws...

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