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    • Interior, The Coffeehouse

    • The Coffeehouse; Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Mr. Stress Blues Band; Coffeehouses
    • "Scene shortly after 6 a.m., March 9, 1968 at all-night benefit happening in Coffeehouse, 11501 Euclid Ave., for families of man killed by motorcycle gang."--photo verso.
      The Coffeehouse, located on E. 115th & Euclid was a popular gathering...
    • 1967 poetry reading at The Gate Coffeehouse featuring d.a. levy [audio]

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Trinity Cathedral (Cleveland, Ohio); Poetry; Poetry Readings; Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • Cleveland poet d.a. levy reads "Jaywalking blues" (2:26 min.) - From "Kibbutz in the sky" (2:39 min.) - From "North American book of the dead" (2:16 min.) From "Cleveland: the rectal eye visions" (2:45 min.) - From "Praps I" (1:27 min.) and ...
    • Celebration of the African American Musical Heritage

    • Celebrations; Afro-Americans; Music boxes; Music festivals; Gospel music; Dorsey, Thomas Andrew; Greater Cleveland Choral Chapter
    • Invitation to the African American Musical Heritage Celebration on Sunday, July 30, 2006. The event is organized by The African American Archives Auxiliary (AAAA) of The Western Reserve Historical Society. The celebration included three events: (1)...
    • Garfield Park Cleveland, Ohio

    • Garfield Park (Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland (Ohio)
    • Message reads: "Read your card. Having just a dandy time. Gladys and I haven't scrapped yet. Have some dandy pictures of her. She is going to take one before I come home- Hors." Addressed to Mr J. H. Suread of Blues Field, Michigan.
    • Exterior, The  Coffeehouse

    • The Coffeehouse; Coffeehouses; Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio);Mr. Stress Blues Band
    • The Coffeehouse, located at E. 115th. & Euclid Ave. in Cleveland, Ohio. The Coffeehouse was a popular venue for poets and artists such as d.a. levy, as well as musicians. See footage of a 1967 musical performance of The Mr. Stress Blues band at the...

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