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    • Vote Yes on Issue 5 postcard

    • Madison (Ohio); Madison Public Library; Ballot issues
    • Postcard mailer in support of Issue 5 for Madison Public Library levy. "Your Madison Public Library...Informative ... Educational ... Busy OR More of this ... Sorry We're Closed ... Issue 5 is essential to maintain current services & hours." "Dear...
    • Award Yourself an E for Patriotism!

    • Combes, Willard; Editorial cartoons; Dogs; War bonds & funds; Keys (Hardware)
    • Editorial cartoon by Willard Combes depicting a man holding a key that has the letter "E" on the end of it and a sign that reads "E BONDS 6TH WAR LOAN." The man is saying "yEs sir - it's thE kEy to thE futurE!" There is a dog in the lower right...
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    • Grove, Roy; Cartoons; Cartoonists; World War I; Soldiers; Ships
    • Roy Grove World War I cartoon depicting a soldier on a ship. This cartoon appeared in the Cleveland Press on January 12, 1919. Hand-written caption on verso: "YES, SIR, THE SAME GUY WHO TOOK US OVER IS TAKING US BACK." Signature J. R. GROVE.
    • S.S. Theodor Roosevelt docked at Cedar Point

    • S.S. Theodore Roosevelt; Cleveland-Cedar Point Steamship Company; Steamships; Cedar Point (Sandusky, Ohio); Lake Erie
    • View of the steamship Theodor Roosevelt docked at Cedar Point. In the 1940s the Theodore Roosevelt wa part of the Cleveland-Cedar Point Steamship Co. which ferried passengers from Cleveland to Cedar Point from June to Labor Day. "Bea & children at...
    • Artist's Life #1

    • Karamu House; Works Progress Administration (U.S.); African Americans; Artists
    • In a series of three prints Hughie Lee-Smith muses about the role of the artist in American society during the Depression. Should one stay in the studio creating lofty works of art and teaching, as the artist at the bottom does? Or should one join...
    • Indians outfielder Jim Piersall poses with a young fan

    • Piersall, Jimmy; Baseball; Cleveland Indians; McDowell, Garry; Crist, Hardin
    • "[Jim] Piersall's saying yes to an invitation to visit Lakewood in connection with the American Baseball Congress tournaments now under way at Madison Park. Harlan Bartels, chairman of the tourneys, and Garry McDowell [at far right] asked the fiery...
    • Jane Greene of Cleveland NOW at podium

    • Equal rights amendments; Pickets; Protest movements; Protest posters; Women's rights; Reagan, Ronald; Cleveland Now; Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
    • "(at podium) Jane Greene of Cleveland NOW" -- photo verso. Signs say: "National Association of Social Workers Cleveland Unit for ERA" "Women's International League for peace and freedom" "ERA YES."
    • "Our Crowd Cheers" student columnists at Indians game

    • Cleveland Stadium; Cleveland Municipal Stadium; Crowds; Students; Baseball; Cleveland Indians; Columnists
    • "OUR CROWD WENT TO THE BALL GAME Saturday afternoon as guests of The Press and the Cleveland Indians. The fellows and girls who were invited had contributed to the 'Our Crowd Cheers' column written by, about, and for the students once a week during...
    • Sign outside Lakeside Courthouse

    • Cuyahoga County Courthouse; Signs (Notices); Bonds (Negotiable instruments)
    • "Sign outside Lakeside Courthouse for court buildings bond issue" -- photo clipping. "Unusual sign urging support of the four-million-dollar Courthouse bond issues is displayed on the front steps of Lakeside Courthouse. Stating that the building...
    • Mayor Ralph J. Perk holds a stuffed koala

    • Perk, Ralph J.; Mayors; Stuffed animals (Toys); Koala; Teddy bears
    • "Mayor Perk and Teddy: Yes, it's true. Mayor Perk does have a teddy bear in his private safe. Responding at last to a report that a stuffed bear was hibernating in his safe, Mayor Perk laughed and explained that he does have such a bear. He called...
    • Traffic jam on Libby Road Bridge in 1953

    • Maple Heights; Libby Road Bridge (Maple Heights, Ohio); Traffic congestion; Bridges, Steel; Truss bridges
    • Newspaper clipping on photo verso reads, "Traffic tie-ups get worse at the county's oldest and worst bottlenecks. These motorists stop dead as they try to cross the Libby Rd. Bridge in Maple Heights. Traffic jams on and near this old fender...
    • Cleveland Division-Br.No. 2.22

    • Wheeling and Lake Erie Railroad; Railroad bridges; Truss bridges; Wheeling and Lake Erie Railroad Cleveland Division Bridge Number 2.22 (Cleveland, Ohio); Swing bridges; Cuyahoga River
    • Located 2.2 Mi. East of Ontario St. Station, Date Jan. 1, 1928

      Picture No. 966 June 6, 1927
      No. of tracks One
      Description Thru swing draw span with pile...

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