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    • A Turkish sitting room, Algeria

    • Cleveland Press; Advertisements
    • "A Turkish Sitting Room, Algeria. - The scene on the opposite side is a true picture of the home life of the women of Algeria. Like is said to move on quietly in the seclusion of the harem. Although allowed by law to have four wives, the Moslem of...
    • "Big Six" Al Sirat Grotto

    • Al Sirat Grotto Big Six; Fraternal organizations; Masonry
    • "Al Sirat Grotto 'Big Six.' Organized in Cleveland, Ohio in 1908 and is now in its 47th year. It is the only unit of its kind in the entire realm. Twelve Prophets are carried on its roll, although but six men ever take part in parades. Big Six...
    • Darius Milhaud holding his glasses

    • Milhaud, Darius, 1892-1974; Composers
    • "Although crippled legs bind him to a wheelchair, Darius Milhaud, most famous of the living French composers, keeps moving about. He teaches both at Mills College in California and at the Paris conservatory. He makes his way about Europe to conduct...
    • Betts Vertical Boring Mill at Cleveland Tank Plant

    • Cleveland Tank Plant; World War II; General Motors Corp.; Korean War; Defense industry; Drilling & boring machinery
    • "August 1, 1951 -- A 24 foot Betts Vertical Boring Mill is shown as it machines an 84-inch diameter surface for mounting the tank's 20 ton turret ring and race assembly. Tolerances down to thousandths of an inch can be held on this large surface,...
    • City Club Anvil Revue

    • City Club of Cleveland; Anvil Revue; Theatrical productions
    • "Candidate H. E. Chenoweth in the frock coat, consulted with his manager, Earl R. Hoover, on how to win the election. Chenoweth was optimistic about victory, although his manager was beaten for county commissioner by 75,000 votes Nov. 2. Candidates...
    • Do you remember Main Street

    • Madison (Ohio); Main Street (Madison, Ohio); Automobiles; Horse-drawn vehicles; Newspaper clippings
    • "Do you remember ... when Main Street looked like this? This photo shows the old street car tracks at the left and although there is an automobile on the road, there are still horses and wagons. This view is looking West from somewhere near the...
    • Do you remember North Madison School

    • Madison (Ohio); Public schools; Newspaper clippings
    • "Do you remember ... when the North Madison School looked like this? Although it has had additions built several times, this portion of the school is still in use. The school system has seen great increases in the number of students since this...
    • Weights and measures

    • Weights & measures
    • "Down with the pound: These accurate stainless steel weights will have to be changed to meet the meter, if and when the metric system is adopted by the United States. Although conversion costs to industry is expected to reach into the billions,...
    • Cleveland's first Girl Scout troop article

    • Girl Scouts; Group portraits
    • "First Troop of Girl Scouts in Cleveland Starts Training in the Tenderfoot Class … Let the Boys Scouts of Cleveland look to their laurels. No longer do they have the exclusive use of the title ‘Scouts,’ for Cleveland now has its first troop of Girl...
    • Cleveland Tank Plant boring mill

    • Cleveland Tank Plant; World War II; General Motors Corp.; Korean War; Defense industry; Drilling & boring machinery
    • "It Usually Takes a Machine twice this big to build some of the Walker Bulldog tank parts. But with a little persistence and a lot of ingenuity, a group of workers headed by Walter Millington, superintendent of methods, redesigned this one for the...
    • John D. Rockefeller's Forest Hill residence

    • East Cleveland (Ohio); Dwellings; Forest Hill Estate (John D. Rockefeller)
    • "John D. Rockefeller Forest Hill residence. This home, originally built as a sanatarium [sic] but never so used, was purchased with the beautiful grounds of Forest Hill by John D. Rockefeller. He was accustomed to spending the summer months here....
    • Dub Jones, Cleveland Browns at Los Angeles Rams, 1951 regular season

    • Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1946-1995); Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1951); Los Angeles Rams (Football team); Jones, Dub; Lewis, Woodley; Boyd, Bob
    • "LA751-10/8/51-LOS ANGELES, CALIF: On a pass from Otto Graham, Dub Jones (86), Browns back, picks up 36 yards before being tackled by Ram back Woodley Lewis (30), with Bob Boyd (80), linebacker coming up to help stop the play, in the first quarter...
    • Groza and Graham teach the youngsters

    • Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1946-1995); Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1947); Groza, Lou; Graham, Otto; Barth, Ray; Derry, Frank, Jr.; Friend, Don; Greig, Claude; Dunne, Jimmy; Ballinger, Nick; Gasier, Albert; Marunowski, Joe; Brienek,...
    • "Lou 'The Toe' Groza teaches the proper kicking technique to a group of Cleveland area youngsters, while Otto Graham holds the ball. Although most noted for his kicking exploits, Groza was also a very capable offensive tackle until 1960, when back...

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