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    • 1945 Freshman registration

    • Fenn College; Cleveland (Ohio); Recording & registration; Pfeffer, George; Nowak, Delores; Berginiski, Bernard; Harrick, Miriam C.
    • "Left to Right - Mercella Nash, 3214 Sycamore Rd.; George Pfeffer, 5057 Greenhurst, Maple Hts.; Delores Nowak, 4972 E. 110th; and Bernard Berginiski, 5219 Fleet Ave. New Freshmen enrolling at Fenn college sign up for new courses in the Registrar's...
    • Dr. Dina Rees Evans

    • Evans, Dina Rees (Doc); Cain Park Theater; Cleveland Heights High School; Theater programs; Theaters; Secondary School Theatre Association (U.S.); American Educational Theatre Association
    • Portrait of Dr. Dina Rees Evans in 1941.
    • "The Velvet Glove" at The Cleveland Play House

    • Cleveland Play House (Organization : Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland Play House (Cleveland, Ohio : Building : Euclid : 1927- ); Brooks Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Actors; Theatrical productions
    • "Record Smasher as the longest running play in 36 years of the Cleveland Play House history is Rosemary Casey's 'The Velvet Glove.' Included in the Brooks Theatre cast are Diane Foster (left), Patricia Rahming, Virgina Carroll and Edward Sostek....
    • Avon Lake Public Library in Avon Lake, Ohio in 1941

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Public libraries; Avon Lake Public Library
    • Exterior of the old Avon Lake Public Library in 1941. Library was located on east side of Center Rd. (now known as Avon-Belden Rd.) just south of Avon Lake School. It housed the Library from 1931 through 1958.
    • Baseball Hall of Fame members Bob Feller and Jimmie Foxx

    • Feller, Bob, 1918-2010; Foxx, Jimmie; Baseball players; Baseball pitchers; Cleveland Indians
    • Bob Feller (left) and Jimmie Foxx (right). Feller pitched for the Cleveland Indians from 1936 to 1941 and from 1945 to 1956. Foxx played in the major leagues from 1925 through 1945, mostly as a first baseman, leading the American League in home...
    • Birdseye view of exterior of K-W Ignition

    • K-W Ignition Company (Cleveland, Ohio); Industry; Workers; Electrical And Electronics Industries
    • K-W Ignition was founded by Alexander J. and Phillip Williams about 1908 to manufacture ignitions for automobiles and other vehicles. Located north of Chester Avenue, between East 27th St. and East 30th Street, it ceased operations and the factory...
    • Bob Feller is discharged from the U.S. Navy

    • Feller, Bob, 1918-2010; United States. Navy; Sailors; Cleveland Indians; Baseball players; Baseball pitchers; Baseball
    • Cleveland Indians pitcher Bob Feller (center) is discharged from the U. S. Navy. Feller joined the Navy two days after the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, thus missing the entire baseball seasons for 1942, 1943, and 1944, and most of 1945.
    • Bob Feller returns to the Cleveland Indians

    • Feller, Bob, 1918-2010; Cleveland Indians; Baseball; Baseball players; Baseball pitchers
    • "Bob Feller returns to the Cleveland Indians" -- photo verso. Presumably this refers to Feller's mid-season return to baseball in 1945 after missing the seasons of 1942, 1943, and 1944. Feller enlisted in the U. S. Navy on Dec. 8, 1941, the day...
    • Bryant, Charles F. Funeral Program

    • Obituary; Funeral; Funeral rites & ceremonies; Memorial rites & ceremonies
    • Mr. Charles F. Bryant departed this life on May 22, 1988. He served as Staff Sargent in the U.S. Army from 1941 to 1944. He later married Gussie May Johnson. He was later employed at Earl Oldsmobile until he retired. His funeral was held on May 27,...
    • Central Viaduct remains, 2002

    • Bridge remains; Central Viaduct; Cuyahoga River; Bridges, Composite; Inner Belt Bridge (Cleveland, Ohio); Swing bridges
    • The Central Viaduct was once the main route connecting the southern suburbs of Cleveland to Cleveland. This bridge was closed in 1941 and was eventually replaced by the Innerbelt Bridge. This shows one of its pillars on the western bank of the...
    • Cleveland Brewery at Hough Avenue and Ansel Road

    • Cleveland Brewing Company; Brewing And Distilling Industry; Brewing industry; Haunted places
    • "Old timers hear ghostly howls in brewery ruins, Cleveland Brewery at Hough Avenue and Ansel Road" -- photo verso. Former brewery wagon driver Jugend Blaett claimed to hears ghosts inhabiting the former brewery in a 1941 Cleveland Press article.

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