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    • Crowds leaving Cleveland Municipal Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Stadiums; Cleveland Municpal Stadium; Sports; Sports & recreation facilities; Sports spectators
    • "Cleveland Municipal Staduim. On the shores of Lake Erie in downtown Cleveland. It is a steel and concrete structure seating 80,000 people and costing $2,500,00. It is a great outdoor arena suitable for baseball, football, boxing, exhibitions, and...
    • League Park

    • Baseball; Stadiums; Sports & recreation facilities; Sports spectators
    • League Park was the Cleveland Indians first home. It opened May 1, 1891 and reopened April 21,1910. The last game was played on September 21,1946. It was demolished 1951. Capacity: 9,000 (1891); 21,414 (1910). Architect: Osborn Engineering (1910).
    • Waiting to be hatched

    • Domes; Sports & recreation facilities; Editorial cartoons
    • Shows nine eggs shaking, waiting to be hatched, with their thoughts. The thoughts from the insides of the eggs include: "Easter Sunday, Almost time to be hatched," "Hey! Who're you?" "I guess we're twins. Wow!" and "I don't care what anyone says....
    • Stadium idea doodles

    • Domes; Sports & recreation facilities; Editorial cartoons
    • A sketch of the ideal, domed stadium for Cleveland, Ohio. Includes "velcro flaps for easy opening for fireworks," a vacuum seal to keep air fresh," parking tower for the Goodyear Blimp," a "vulgar fan detector" among other features.
    • Never mind that...build a dome!

    • Biblical events; Noah's ark; Sports & recreation facilities; Domes; Cleveland Browns; Weather
    • A man who appears to be Noah is holding a hammer and instructions for building an ark. He is standing in the rain at the corner of 9th Street and Euclid Avenue. A voice projecting from a rain cloud speaks to Noah saying, "Never mind that...Build A...
    • Brother can you spare a dome?

    • Domes; Cleveland Municipal Stadium; Sports & recreation facilities; City planning; Cleveland State University
    • A vagrant labeled "Cleveland" holds out his cup and asks a professor in his cap and gown with "CSU Plans" under his arm if he can spare a dome.
    • Committee for Public Art

    • Art; Sports & recreation facilities; Gateway
    • "Committee for Public Art 1220 West Sixth Street Cleveland, Ohio 44113 216-621-5330; R.M. Fischer 'Sports Stacks: Gateway Plaza Columns', 1994" -- card verso.
    • Kapp & Associates

    • Gund Arena; Gateway; Gateway Economic Development Corp.; Sports & recreation facilities; Arena; Murals
    • "Kapp & Associates, Inc. A Technology-based Communication Design Firm 2729 Prospect Avenue Cleveland, Ohio 44115; Challenge: transform over 1/4 mile of temporary plywood wall into a mural that welcomes visitors to Gateway -- Cleveland's new arena,...
    • Jacobs Field, Cleveland

    • Sports & recreation facilities; Jacobs Field; Baseball fields; Gateway
    • "Gateway District Cleveland, Ohio; Cleveland's downtown baseball park affords spectacular sight lines of the playing field as well as the backdrop of the city's skyline. The 42,000 seat park and adjacent 21,000 seat arena have brought thousands of...
    • Artist rendering of Gund Arena

    • Gateway Economic Development Corp.; Gateway; Gund Arena; Arena; Sports & recreation facilities
    • "Artist rendering of the future home of the Cleveland CAVS state-of-the-art arena at the Gateway site. Hear the Crowds Roar in '94; The Gateway Economic Development Corporation of Greater Cleveland and the Cleveland CAVS are pleased to invite you...
    • Gund Arena, Cleveland

    • Gund Arena; Arena; Gateway; Sports & recreation facilities
    • Gund Arena Cleveland, Ohio; The 21,000 seat arena, located in the Gateway District, brings thousands of spectators into the downtown for sporting and entertainment events -- basketball, hockey, ice shows, the circus and concerts. Cette arène à...
    • Jacobs Field construction, Cleveland

    • Jacobs Field; Baseball fields; Gateway; Sports & recreation facilities
    • "CLEVELAND, OHIO Cleveland's state-of-the-art, 42,000 seat baseball park is home of the Cleveland Indians. Situated downtown, it is part of the Gateway sports and entertainment complex also including a 21,000 seat arena." -- card verso.
    • League Park

    • League Park; Baseball fields; Sports & recreation facilities; Stadiums
    • "1891-1946 Cleveland Indians" -- card front
      "League Park (Cleveland, Ohio) Located at the northeast corner of E. 66th St. and Lexington Avenue, it was home to Cleveland's major league baseball teams from 1891 thru 1946, including the 1920...
    • Municipal Stadium

    • Cleveland Municipal Stadium (Cleveland, Ohio); Baseball fields; Sports & recreation facilities; Cleveland Indians
    • "1932- 1993 Cleveland Indians" -- card front
      "Municipal Stadium (Cleveland, Ohio) Located along the shore of Lake Erie between W. 3rd St. and E. 9th St., it was the home of the Cleveland Indians from 1932 thru 1993, including the World...
    • Jacobs Field

    • Jacobs Field; Baseball fields; Cleveland Indians; Sports & recreation facilities
    • "1994-2??? Cleveland Indians" -- card front
      "Jacobs Field (Cleveland, Ohio) Located at the northeast corner of Carnegie Avenue and Ontario Street in downtown Cleveland, this baseball only facility is the latest home of the Cleveland Indians. ...

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