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    • Cast of "Broad Ax in the Wilderness"

    • Actors; Theatrical productions; Century Village (Burton, Ohio); Johnson, Ture
    • Cast of "Broad Ax in the Wilderness", August 1960. Pictured (verso of photo did not specify who is who): Bob Schwind, Jackie Schwind, Betsy Samuel, Raymond Stone, Glenn Evans, Clyde Russell, Elmer Pierce, Ture Johnson, Lois Hann, Hugh Locke, Linda...
    • Scholarship winners

    • Art education; Art; Artists; Artwork; Schools; Scholarships
    • "Eight Greater Cleveland high school seniors display the works of art for which they won Cooper Art School scholarships. Top full tuition scholarship for one year went to Melvin M. Murray, 18, (top center), of Shaker Heights High School. The other...
    • The Burton High School Graduating Class of 1936.

    • Burton High School class photographs; Burton High School (Burton, Ohio);
    • The Burton High School Graduating Class of 1936. Featured in the photo are Frank Ciszar, Amber Kuchenbecker, Oliver Smith, Hazel Bishop (Sec'y-Treas.), Stanley Korowacki (Vice-Pres.), Elsie Reithoffer, Eurdean Sanefsky, Glen Novy, Genevieve...
    • Renovation of the Burton Public Library

    • Burton Public Library; Libraries; Librarians; Rites & ceremonies; Construction
    • "TURNING OVER the first shovels full of earth outside the Burton Public Library Saturday morning are retired librarian Helen Merritt (center right) and head librarian Carol Varga during the groundbreaking ceremonies for the $596,000 addition and...
    • Molly Larkin

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Amphitheaters; Parks
    • Carol Hope Hallock as Molly Larkin, the cook to Klore, in the play "The Farmer's Wife" from Cain Park's performance, June 1946.
    • Cook House at Century Village

    • Century Village (Burton, Ohio); Cook House (Burton, Ohio); Houses
    • Photograph of the Cook House, Geauga County's oldest frame house at Century Village. The house was built in 1806 by Marimom Cook.
    • Halo of the Week

    • City Club of Cleveland
    • "[text cut off] on the badge of his wife, Connie, and had to take an avalanche of kidding. ... Hidden talent -- as far as City Club members were concerned -- appeared last when the abbreviated Anvil Revue put on its skit of barbs to honor Carl D....
    • CORE members

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Community organizations; African Americans;
    • "HEADING NATIONAL CORE'S new economic development program is this quartet of officers and aides in the Cleveland office. Seated (left) is Director Charles Cook of the Target City Cleveland Projects and Clarence Todman, deputy director. Standing...
    • Neon signs on Short Vincent

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Short Vincent (Cleveland, Ohio); Bars; Electric signs
    • "'One down, two to go' seems an appropriate slogan for Short Vincent now that Mickey's Lounge Bar (center) is padlocked. Lights at the other joints, the Frolics Bar and Club 730 may soon flick off. Mickey's takes step to remove padlock. Legal...
    • Diners at Hollenden Hotel

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Short Vincent (Cleveland, Ohio); Dinners and dining; Hotels; Hollenden Hotel
    • "Hollenden Hotel - In order - left to right: Miss Betty Booth, sister of Booth, Walter Booth, Sen Mortimer Resnefelt, Sam Paxton, Tom Wickham, Walter Cook, Dave E. Eveans, John Osgill"- photo verso.

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