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    • City Club Forum: The Reverend Jesse L. Jackson, Sr.  [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Jackson, Jesse, 1941-; Civil rights; Equal opportunity programs; Stock market; Stockholder; National...
    • Wednesday: ''[Jesse] Jackson to bring crusade for economic growth to Cleveland; Plan [named 9th Street Project] is to invest $100,000 in 50 largest companies to push their directors for minority opportunities,'' according to Jesse L. Jackson, Sr....
    • Main entrance post-alteration

    • Rose Building (Cleveland, OH)
    • View of the post-alteration main entrance. Framed windows surmount a filigree panel; beneath this panel is a metalwork decorative panel with the words ""Rose Building"". Five glass entrance doors are at the ground level. Metalwork signs on either...
    • Main floor elevator bank post-alteration

    • Rose Building (Cleveland, OH)
    • View of the main floor elevator bank post-alteration. Six elevators, three on each side, are fronted by heavy decorative metal doors, with a decorative panel above each one. On both sides of the wall that frames the elevator bank, large pottery...
    • Main entrance

    • Rose Building (Cleveland, OH)
    • View of the main entrance to the building, taken from East 9th Street. A recessed rounded arch contains the name ""Rose Building."" The entrance is flanked and surmounted by elaborate art deco panels. ""Builders Exchange Third Floor"" indicative...
    • Interior of foyer

    • Rose Building (Cleveland, OH)
    • View of the interior of the foyer from the perspective of its left wall. Entrance doors are shown on the left. On the opposite wall are two large display glass counters surmounted by wood shelves. The left counter holds cigarettes, cigars and...
    • Main floor elevator entrances

    • Rose Building (Cleveland, OH)
    • View of the elevators on the main floor of the building. Ornate art deco doors and grill work frame the elevators. One person is in the elevator on the left, while a crowd of adults and children are in the elevator on the right. A building...
    • Interior view of entrance doors

    • Rose Building (Cleveland, OH)
    • View of main entrance doors from interior foyer. Glass windows surmount a metalwork decorative panel above one single door. On either side of the single door, two revolving doors are visible. All doors are solid metal with glass inserts. ...
    • Elevator bank and entrance doors post-alteration

    • Rose Building (Cleveland, OH)
    • View of interior of foyer from the perspective of the back stairwell. Shows part of the elevator bank with its metal decorative doors. Shows the heavy metal entrance doors: one single door and two revolving doors. Window panels above entrance...
    • 65121801-Tinkerbelle in New Bedford, Mass.

    • Tinkerbelle; Manry, Robert N.; First National Safe Deposit Bank
    • UPI TELEPHOTO--"NEW BEDFORD, MASS.: The tiny 13-1/2 ft. sailboat "Tinkerbelle" sailed the Atlantic without too much trouble, but she has a problem here as she is rolled to port, in an effort to get her through the doors of the First National Safe...
    • New detail for the police force

    • Beatles; Rock groups; Popularity; Rock Music Fans; Music
    • Two doors to offices at the police station are labeled "Homicide Division" and "Insecticide Division". At the foot of the "Insecticide Division" office lays a newspaper with the headline, "Cleveland Awaits Beatle Arrival."
    • E. P. Latham House

    • Latham, E. P.; Houses; Dwellings
    • The house was built at the end of the Civil War specially for E. P. Latham (a.k.a. Pace Latham).The doors feature L-shaped brass hooks in place of knobs to better accommodate Mr. Latham for he lost his arms in an overzealous and ultimately tragic...
    • Hippodrome Theater in 1952

    • Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Hippodrome Theater; Movie theaters; Motion picture theaters; Playhouse Square Center
    • The Hippodrome Theater on November 28, 1952. While not part of Playhouse Square, the Hippodrome, located at 720 Euclid Avenue, was opened in 1907 and at one point in the 1930s was the largest theater devoted to only movies in the entire United...
    • Cleveland Railway No. 2458 model streetcar

    • Cleveland Railway Co.; Model streetcars; Street railroads; Model trains
    • Streetcar model no 2458 of the Cleveland Railway. This car ran from 1920 to 1951. This model car is yellow is color with maroon details. This model streetcar was a part of a collection the Trolleyville USA Museum. Trolleyville USA was established...
    • U.S. backs parents in court bid for son

    • Advocacy; Autism; Parma City School District; Special Education; Winkelman, Jacob
    • Plain Dealer (9/23/06): "They can act as lawyers, justices are told." "Lawyers for the federal government are urging the U.S. Supreme Court to let a Parma couple [Jeff and Sandee Winkelman] represent their autistic son in court to improve his...

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