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    • Cleveland Baptist Temple

    • Architecture, sacred; Baptist churches; Tremont; Cleveland; West 14th Street (Cleveland, Ohio); Gothic revival (architecture); Cleveland Baptist Temple; Baptists; Germans; Emmanuel Evangelical United Brethren Church; Brethren churches; Pentecostal...
    • Cleveland Baptist Temple 2536 West 14th. 1908. This church was the former Emmanuel Evangelical United Brethren Church made up of a German congregation. Because of a declining German population in the area, the church was sold in 1968 to the...
    • 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.
    • "Down the Stretch," at Waterford Park, Chester, West Virginia

    • Chester (W. Va.); Waterford Park; Mountaineer Race Track & Gaming Resort; Racetracks
    • Mountaineer Race Track and Gaming Resort is a thoroughbred racetrack and casino resort located in Chester, West Virginia. Mountaineer Race Track was known as Waterford Park prior to 1990. The track was authorized to have slot machines and...
    • City Club Forum: Stephanie McHenry, president, Shorebank in Cleveland, Ohio [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Local government; Banking industry; Small business; Community development; Federal Deposit Insurance...
    • Friday Forum: ''Banking to Change the World: Creating Jobs and Empowering Communities,'' with Stephanie McHenry, president, ShoreBank Cleveland, Ohio region. ''Shorebank is the nation's first and leading community development and environmental...
    • City Club Forum: Mike Moore, Mississippi attorney general [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Moore, Mike, 1952-; Finance, Public; Tobacco habit; Smoking; Tobacco; Health; Health care; Smoking...
    • Friday Forum: Mike Moore, attorney general, State of Mississippi, ''In 1994, Mr. Moore became the first state attorney general to file suit against the tobacco companies, making Mississippi the first state to insist that cigarette manufacturers...
    • City Club Forum: Nancy Dye, president of Oberlin College [audio]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; Local government; City Club Forum; Dye, Nancy Schrom, 1947- ; Universities & colleges; College administrators; Oberlin College
    • Nancy Schrom Dye, began her tenure as the first female president of Oberlin College in 1994: ''Late night reflections of a college president.''
    • City Club Forum: Sister Helen Prejean, author [audio]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; Local government; City Club Forum; Prejean, Helen; Executions; Death; Ethics
    • Sister Helen Prejean wrote in her 1994 best-selling book, ''Dead man walking: The eyewitness account of the death penalty that sparked a national debate.'' Quote: ''I have no doubt that we will one day abolish the death penalty in America. It will...
    • Jacobs Field, Opening Day

    • Cleveland Indians; Jacobs Field; Baseball; Baseball fields; Aerial photographs
    • "CLEVELAND INDIANS JACOBS FIELD "Opening Day" April 4th, 1994"-- card verso. Chief Wahoo insignia and MLB insignia also present on card verso.
    • Obsequies in Memory of Zelma Watson George

    • Funeral rites & ceremonies; George, Zelma, 1903-1994
    • Zelma Watson George died on July 3, 1994. She was a distinguished sociologist, lecturer, educator, humanitarian, actress-singer, recognized authority on Negro music, social reformer and activist, and left a noble heritage to mankind. Her life was...
    • 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...
    • WISH YOU WERE HERE

    • Jacobs Field; Baseball fields; Cleveland Indians; Gateway; Advertising cards
    • "INAUGURAL YEAR YOU CAN BE! Reserve your place in Cleveland history! Buying Season Tickets in 1994 puts you in the center of the action for the Inaugural Year of Indians Baseball at the new Cleveland Indians Baseball Park AND lets you say YOU...
    • 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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