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  • Subject: Politics and Government
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    • Pay raises

    • Eating & drinking; Taxes; Unemployed; Municipal officials; Municipal government
    • A man wearing a bib that reads, "pay raises," tells the waiter with a towel labeled "Cleveland" to "put it on his tab" as it points out the window to man labeled "layoff" looking inside at the feast from outside of the restaurant.
    • Mayoral race

    • Editorial cartoons; Political elections; Political cartoons; Political participation
    • Editorial cartoon of a man labeled "Cleveland Politics" jumping over a sleepy hound dog labeled "Mayoral Race" who is laying next to a ball. The man says "C'mon boy! Let's go! Here we go, c'mon..." The cartoon is signed in the upper left corner...
    • Tryouts today for mayor of Cleveland

    • Editorial cartoons; Political elections; Mayors; Cleveland
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of a bearded man in patched clothes looking at a sign on the side of a building which reads, "Tryouts today for mayor of Cleveland - own equipment necessary - free parking - must be over 18."
    • A Declaration of Independence 1979

    • Editorial cartoons; Political participation; Political elections
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of an 18th Century-fashioned sleeve, with a hand pushing a voting lever next to the words "Your Vote". A piece of parchment displays "A Declaration of Independence 1979." The cartoon is signed in the upper left...
    • It's a cinch with Voinovich

    • Editorial cartoons; Mayoral Administration Of George V. Voinovich; Voinovich, George; Kucinich, Dennis; Political elections
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin with a caricature of George Voinovich wearing a Mayor button while sitting behind a desk with two name plates-- the first says "It's a cinch," the second "with Voinovich." Behind him a name plate labeled "Kucinich" is...
    • Forbes seeks new fees for street boxes

    • Editorial cartoons; Newspaper vendors; Political posters; Forbes, George L.
    • The headline on a newspaper inside of a street box reads "Forbes seeks new fee for street boxes." Next to the box, a telephone pole and garbage can are covered in signs-- most of which are election campaign posters.
    • Racial harmony

    • Editorial cartoons; Racism; Ethnic stereotypes
    • A man standing on a corner in a parka labeled Cleveland conducts two singers: a white man on the left side of the building and a black man on the right side. The caption reads "Racial harmony."
    • City council

    • Editorial cartoons; City council members; Municipal government
    • A large hand has a group of eight tiny people labeled "city council" poised at the tip of its thumb with the middle finger behind them ready to flick the people off. Note above drawing: "If council reduction passes."
    • Computer operator's mistake

    • Editorial cartoons; Computers; Cleveland Public Schools; Municipal government
    • In six frames a man explains "It's too bad the schools and the city will lose millions in income due to a computer operator's mistake. Still, I find it refreshing to note that in this age of hi-tech... to err is still human."
    • Interview with Dr. Vladimir J. Rus, 7-11-2011 [video]

    • Rus, Vladimir J.; Perk, Ralph J.; Mayors; Mayoral Administration of Ralph J. Perk; Cleveland City Council; Politics and Government; Immigration and Ethnicity; Oral histories; Recollections; Interviews; Klein, Richard
    • Dr. Vladimir J. Rus, a close personal friend and advisor to the mayor, served the Perk Administration first as Director of the Cleveland Area Manpower Planning Council (1971-74) and then as Director of Human Resources and Economic Development...
    • Interview with George L. Forbes, 5-22-2012 [video]

    • Forbes, George L.; Perk, Ralph J.; Mayors; Mayoral Administration of Ralph J. Perk; Cleveland City Council; NAACP; Politics and Government; Oral histories; Recollections; Interviews; Klein, Richard
    • George L. Forbes was President of Cleveland City Council during the Perk Administration. A close personal and professional friend of the mayor, Mr. Forbes served as Council President for fifteen years. He was born in Memphis, TN and served a tour...

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