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  • Subject: Photojournalism
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    • Journalist and politicians assembled

    • Photographers; Photojournalism; Cleveland Press
    • (left to right) Joe Jenkins, NBC; Louis B. Seltzer, Cleveland Press; Frank J. Lauche, Governor of Ohio; unknown (beauty queen?); Thomas A. Burke, Mayor of Cleveland; Julian Wilson, Associated Press Photographer. At Hotel Cleveland.
    • Harold Burton taking photograph of a group of photojournalists

    • Photographers; Photojournalism; Cleveland Press; Plain Dealer; Associated Press; Burton, Harold H. (Harold Hitz), 1888-1964
    • "Former Mayor and Senator Harold H. Burton (later Supreme Court Justice) shown on chair taking picture of group of newspaper and wire service photographers. (Louis Baus, veteran P.D. photographer, seen in background against window. Herb Rebman,...
    • Spry Eddie Dork leaps a table in the newsroom

    • Dork, Edward; Photographers; Photojournalism; Cleveland News Co.; Newspapers
    • "Eddie still as a young man on the [illegible]. 1942"--photo verso. Even though in the news business for more than three decades, Eddie still has enough energy and agility to leap a desk in the newsroom while awaiting the next news assignment.
    • Toddler getting a haircut at Depaul's Home

    • Depaul Maternity & Infant Home; Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine; Photojournalism; Cleveland (Ohio)
    • "Hair cut at De Paul's home for children. Woodland and E34th St."--photo verso. A toddler gets a haircut. Originally founded as a maternity hospital with the name of St. Ann's Hospital in 1873, it was moved to Woodland Avenue in 1947 which...
    • Reading the headlines at the Hippodrome

    • Hippodrome; Cleveland News Co.; Newspaper headlines; Prohibition; Photojournalism
    • At the Hippo '22"--photo verso. The news headline on Cleveland News reads "U.S. Rum Ring Quiz on." The Hippodrome Theater was located in an office building at 720 Euclid Avenue. The stage of the Hippodrome was large enough to host large scale...
    • Annette asks for help putting on her new shoes

    • Depaul Maternity & Infant Home; Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine; Photojournalism; Cleveland News Co.; Christmas
    • "New shoes for Christmas--Little Annette at Depaul Infant Home asks a 'volunteer' mother to help her put on Santa's gift"--photo verso. Attached to the verso is the clipping of the photograph from the original newspaper dated 12-9-1953.
    • Father and daughter react to mother's murder

    • Fathers & children; Homicides; Photojournalism; Cleveland (Ohio); Cleveland News Co.
    • "His brother killed his wife'--photo verso. A father consoles his young daughter who is now without a mother. The photograph chillingly captures the grief and sheer terror of the child and her father.
    • Children wait for a haircut at DePaul's Home for Children

    • DePaul Maternity & Infant Home; Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine; Photojournalism
    • "Waiting for a hair cut at DePaul's home for children-Woodland & E . 36th"--photo verso. Originally founded as a maternity hospital with the name of St. Ann's Hospital in 1873, it was moved to Woodland Avenue in 1947 which included separate...
    • That's How It Was script

    • Montage (Television program); Photojournalism; Photographs; Photography; Photographers; War correspondents; War Photography; Brady, Matthew; Smith, W. Eugene; Capa, Robert; Vietnam War
    • This is the original script for the Montage episode, "That's How It Was." This episode examines war and combat photography by highlighting the works of three of the profession's greatest practitioners, Matthew Brady from the American Civil War, W....
    • That's How It Was Viewer Mail

    • Montage (Television program); Photojournalism; Photographs; Photography; Photographers; War correspondents; War Photography; Brady, Matthew; Smith, W. Eugene; Capa, Robert; Vietnam War
    • This is the original script for the Montage episode, "That's How It Was." This episode examines war and combat photography by highlighting the works of three of the profession's greatest practitioners, Matthew Brady from the American Civil War, W....
    • Parma court case

    • Courtrooms; Traffic regulations; Cameras; Photojournalism; Photojournalists; Recorders; Microphones
    • "CAMERA-AND TAPE-IN COURT were both used yesterday in Parma, At left are KYW-Radio Director John Wellman and Charles Wellman, tape recorder operator. Press Photographer Bernie Noble photographed them taping session of Judge George P. Allen's...
    • Cleveland Press sports photographer Fred Bottomer, 1958

    • Cleveland Press; Photographers; Photography; Photojournalism; Photojournalists; Employees; Newspapers; Sports; Bottomer, Fred
    • Cleveland Press sports photographer Fred Bottomer gets ready to take a picture at Cleveland Municipal Stadium in 1958. Note: Clipping from Cleveland Press dated 1958-05-08 is attached to back of original photograph.
    • Cleveland Press photographer Van Dillard, 1975

    • Cleveland Press; Photographers; Photography; Photojournalism; Photojournalists; Employees; Newspapers; Dillard, Van
    • Cleveland Press photographer Van Dillard poses for a photograph in 1975. "Van Dillard, Press Photographer, June 26/74"--photo verso. Note: Cleveland Press stamp shows date of 1975-11-11.

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