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  • Description: Editorial
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    • Large Billboard by Airport Exit

    • Republic Steel; Republic Steel Corp.; Steelyard; Flats; Steel industry; Steel; Billboards; Signs
    • "Airport exit Berea freeway. Someone apparently believes they have not kicked the habit." -photo verso. Photograph contains heavy editorial markings.
    • No. 09: Cleveland Call and Post - Cleveland, Ohio

    • Call and Post; African Americans; Newspapers; East 55th St.
    • "Cleveland Call and Post Building housing the editorial rooms, composing rooms, engraving plant, printing and speed roller presses of Ohio's largest Nego Weekly. Owned and operated by Negroes, every phase of its publication is effected on the...
    • Rotary Club of Burton-Middlefield members at luncheon

    • Rotary Club of Burton-Middlefield; Community organizations; Luncheons; Meetings
    • "GEAUGA COUNTY ROTARIANS held a luncheon meeting at The Press yesterday and then the Burton-Middlefield group toured the building. Tom Boardman, chief editorial writer of The Press, spoke on the presidential candidates, the issues and the...
    • Dipping cord in the tire plant

    • Textile industry; Rayon; Industrial Rayon Corporation; Synthetic fibers; IRC Fibers; Midland-Ross Co.; Industrial Rayon-Cleveland
    • "In the tire plant, rayon tire fabric is first passed through a bath of latex, or pure liquid rubber. This process, which is called "dipping" puts a thin coating on the cord that will enable the sheet rubber to adhere to the fabric."--photo...
    • Children chasing foul balls

    • Cleveland Stadium; Cleveland Municipal Stadium; Crowds; Children; Screens; Baseball
    • "Kids scamper for foul ball on stadium screen -- something that happens countless times during a ball game. Fans could be sapred this nuisance and the ball club could save a lot of baseballs if someone would tighten the net so balls wouldn't get...
    • Editors of Effort

    • Courthouses; Drucker, Lewis
    • "Left to right Judge Lewis Drucker, Frank Ryan, Marion Roth standing I.I. Sperling and David Deitza, four early editors of the "Effort." Drucker was editorial advisor."--article photo verso.
    • Processing fabric, Industrial Rayon Corp.

    • Textile industry; Rayon; Industrial Rayon Corporation; Synthetic fibers; IRC Fibers; Midland-Ross Co.; Tyron; Industrial Rayon-Cleveland
    • "Photo courtesy of Industrial Rayon Corp. Cord for the tire fabric produced in Industrial Rayon Corporation's new weaving department at Cleveland is fed into each loom from a number of beams simultaneously, and is loosely interlaced with a thin...
    • Shaker Heights' Model UN

    • Sussex Elementary School; Schools; Shaker Heights
    • "Students in Miss Jean Hudson's fifth grade class at Sussex Elementary School in Shaker Heights have formed a model United Nations as part of their social studies course. Topics such as the admission of Red China to the UN are debated. Captured in...
    • Weaving Tryon cord fabric

    • Textile industry; Rayon; Industrial Rayon Corporation; Synthetic fibers; IRC Fibers; Midland-Ross Co.; Industrial Rayon-Cleveland; Industrial Rayon-textiles
    • "To provide for the warp for weaving Tyron cord fabric, hundreds of spools of cord are placed on creels and unwound onto beams like these, which hold almost half a ton of cord. The individual strands of cord can be seen passing from the creels to...
    • Bob Hope

    • Hope, Bob; Comedians; Entertainers; Celebrities
    • "When man bites dog it's news and when a movie star asks for an autograph it's even better news. That's exactly what Bob Hope, famed radio and screen comedian, did when he received a caricature of himself drawn by Pvt. Paul S. Snyder, (right) son...
    • Bill Roberts editorial cartoon of Manry's arrival in England

    • Manry, Robert N.; Tinkerbelle; Sailboats; Sailing; Boats; England; Roberts, William (Bill) E.
    • "World Welcome" editorial cartoon by Bill Roberts of the Cleveland Press depicting Robert Manry's arrival in Falmouth, England aboard his 13.5 foot sailboat Tinkerbelle after his 78-day journey across the Atlantic Ocean.
    • If you like to eat, get to work!

    • Victory gardens; Editorial cartoons; Cleveland Press; Agriculture; Food; World War II; Food; Vegetables; Kohlrabis; Gardening; Quarantines; Dogs; Craftint Manufacturing Company
    • An editorial cartoon by Willard Combes to promote victory gardens. It depicts a man dressed in overalls like a farmer with the word "victory" emblazoned on the front of them pushing a wheelbarrow . The wheelbarrow is filled with giant-sized...
    • Escape from Cleveland (assigned)

    • White flight; Demographic transition; Suburbs; Urbanization; Pollution; Crime; Riots; Social change; Race relations; Editorial cartoons
    • An editorial cartoon portraying citizens escaping from Cleveland through or over a wall. The Terminal Tower is depicted, as the icon of downtown Cleveland, and within it are crowds of people.
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    • Combes, Willard; Editorial cartoons; Combes, Vivian Kepler
    • Black and white photograph of a portrait of Vivian Kepler Combes done by her husband, Willard W. Combes. Verso contains an obituary which reads "Mrs. Willard W. Combes. From the time she entered the old Cleveland Art School as a student, where...

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