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    • George Jessel at the Ohio Theatre

    • Playhouse Square Center; Ohio Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Actors; Jessel, George, 1898-1981
    • "George Jessel entertaining the chorus in the 'Jazz Singer' after a rehearsal" -- photo verso. Jessel starred in the "Jazz Singer" on Broadway but his salary demands were too much for Warner Brothers who cast Al Jolson in the film version, which...
    • Program for the week of June 17, 1945, featuring "Pirates of Penzance"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theater programs; Theatrical productions; Gilbert and Sullivan; Theatrical producers & directors; Wadsworth, Handel; Set designers; Gentile, Gerard; Dance; Bimboni, Winona; Henneke, Ben...
    • The theatrical production for the week of June 17, 1945 was Gilbert and Sullivan's "Pirates of Penzance". The Cain Park Theatre production was directed by Handel Wadsworth and staged by Ben Graf Henneke, with dances directed by Winona Bimbobi and...
    • The Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle 1968:Vol. 1, No. 10

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Poets; Poetry; Underground movements; Underground newspapers; Underground Press; Newspapers; Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle; Mimeograph; Underground periodicals
    • The Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle, Vol. 1, No. 10, 1968. One of Cleveland's first alternative newspapers, the Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle was published by Cleveland poet, publisher and artists d.a. levy from 1967 until his death in...
    • The Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle 1968:March/April, Vol.1, No. 11

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Poets; Poetry; Underground movements; Underground newspapers; Underground Press; Newspapers; Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle; Mimeograph; Underground periodicals
    • The Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle, Vol. 1, No. 11, Mar/Apr. 1968. One of Cleveland's first alternative newspapers, the Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle was published by Cleveland poet, publisher and artist d.a. levy from 1967 until his...
    • The Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle 1969:May

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Poets; Poetry; Underground movements; Underground newspapers; Underground Press; Newspapers; Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle; Mimeograph; Underground periodicals; Angry City Press; rjs (Robert J. Sigmund);...
    • The Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle. May 1969. One of Cleveland's first alternative newspapers, The Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle was published by Cleveland poet, publisher and artist d.a. levy from 1967 until his death in 1968. It was...
    • Design for Living script

    • Montage (Television program); Architecture; Interior design; Housing; Wright, Frank Lloyd; Payer, Ernst; Architects; Zung, Thomas; Bucciere, Stephen
    • This is the original script for the Montage episode titled, "Design for Living." This episode talks about the growing trend of architect designed family dwelling. The show highlights some examples of this trend in Cleveland.
    • Give Us the Children Ad

    • Montage (Television program); Education; Cosby, Bill; Ludlow Elementary School; Parkway School; Educational equalization; Education, Preschool; Educational organizations
    • This is a press packet for the Montage episode titled, "Give Us the Children." The episode was a special on the state of education in the United States. Hosted by Bill Cosby, the program explores the issues and realities facing American schools. ...
    • Playhouse Square, looking west, Cleveland, Ohio in the Fall of 1956

    • Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; State Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Palace Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Theaters
    • "K-41-Playhouse Square, Looking West, Cleveland, Ohio. Cleveland's Playhouse Square, on Downtown Euclid Avenue, is the heart of the entertainment section. Home of WJW-TV is show at left." -- card verso. The photograph itself was from 1956.
    • Euclid Avenue Ca. 1960

    • Euclid Ave.; Playhouse Square Center; Stores & shops; Bonwit Teller
    • "Looking East at 13th Street toward Playhouse Square. Heart of Cleveland's retail district of department stores and fine shops." --card verso. Bonwitt Teller was a retailer specializing in high end women's apparel that reached its peak in the late...
    • Marquees on Playhouse Square on Euclid Avenue in early 1969

    • Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Streets; City & town life; Marquees; Playhouse Square Center; Allen Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); State Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Ohio Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Palace Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • Marquees on Playhouse Square on Euclid Avenue in early 1969, by the end of the year all four theaters would be closed.
    • George M. Cohan at the Hanna Theatre

    • Playhouse Square Center; Hanna Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Cohan, George M.; Shaker Players
    • George M. Cohan at the Hanna Theatre being greeted by Robert Morris, the former Shaker Players President. The Image itself is from 1938, during a performance of The Tavern at the Hanna.

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