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    • 15th Defense

    • Karamu House; Works Progress Administration (U.S.); African Americans; Artists
    • "Fifteenth Defense" refers to boxer Joe Louis' triumph after the 15th round. Elmer W. Brown (1909-1971) was a painter, printmaker, muralist, illustrator, set designer, cartoonist, enamelist, ceramist, and educator. He came to Cleveland at the age...
    • 2036 East 100th Street

    • East 100th Street (Cleveland, Ohio); Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "The Patrician Apartments, located at 2036 East 100th Street, just south of Euclid Ave., is one of the many apartment buildings managed by B & L Management Company Incorporated. This building contains 56 one-bedroom suites. It is 100% occupied,...
    • 73rd and Cedar Theatre circa 1918

    • Cleveland Play House (Cleveland, Ohio : Building : Cedar : 1917-1927); Cleveland Play House (Organization : Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "This is the first real Cleveland Play House. It was made possible through a gift from the Drurys. It served as the theater for 10 years. Prior to the construction of this building the plays were staged in a barnhouse" -- photo caption.
    • "Bloomer Girl" at The Cleveland Play House

    • Cleveland Play House (Organization : Cleveland, Ohio); Set designers; Theatrical productions
    • "WHOOPS! Hoop skirt frame worn by Charlotte Fairchild is too large for the door in the Play House 'Bloomer Girl' production, so Set Designer Charles Brandon has some redesigning to do" -- photo caption.
    • "Boy Blue" at The Cleveland Play House

    • Cleveland Play House (Organization : Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland Play House (Cleveland, Ohio : Building : Euclid : 1927- ); Francis Drury Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Theatrical productions; Actors
    • "Jonathan Goley is a boy with skin of blue and Suzanne Disbrow is his friend Melanie in the original musical-drama BOY BLUE, presented by The Cleveland Play House Youth Theatre for the holidays. The two talk to a friendly animal in this fantasy...
    • "First Monday in October," official portrait

    • Cleveland Play House (Organization : Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland Play House (Cleveland, Ohio : Building : Euclid : 1927- ); Francis Drury Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Lawrence, Jerome, 1915-2004; Lee, Robert Edwin, 1918-1994; Lawrence, Jerome,...
    • "The United States Supreme Court as seen in 'First Monday in October' opening at the Cleveland Play House Friday posed for its official potrait. The Justices are played by, from left, top: Ben Letter, Earl Keyes, Howard Renensland and Jean Arthur....
    • "Hotel Paradiso" at The Cleveland Play House

    • Cleveland Play House (Organization : Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland Play House (Cleveland, Ohio : Building : Euclid : 1927- ); Actors; Francis Drury Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "Bedroom Farce, 'Hotel Paradiso,' opens at the Play House's Drury theater tomorrow night. Among the players are John Calvin (standing), Taina Wisbar and James Brannock" -- photo caption.
    • "Job" at The Cleveland Play House

    • Cleveland Play House (Organization : Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland Play House (Cleveland, Ohio : Building : Euclid : 1927- ); Brooks Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Alda, Alan, 1936-
    • "Martin Ambrose and Alan Alda in 'Job' as adapted from the Bible. Directed by Thomas Hill. Seeing by Paul Rodgers. Performed in the Brooks Theatre, April 15-26" -- photo verso.
    • "Job" at The Cleveland Play House

    • Cleveland Play House (Organization : Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland Play House (Cleveland, Ohio : Building : Euclid : 1927- ); Brooks Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Alda, Alan, 1936-; Theatrical productions; Bible
    • "Alan Alda and Martin Ambrose in a scene from 'Job.' This is a staged dramatization of the Book of Job."
    • "Kind Lady" at The Cleveland Play House

    • Cleveland Play House (Organization : Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland Play House (Cleveland, Ohio : Building : Euclid : 1927- ); Paxton, Dorothy; Theatrical productions
    • "Henry Abbott (K. Elmo Lowe) : 'She gave you something--a note.' Scene from 'Kind Lady' by Edward Chodorov as presented at the Play House. Left to right: K. Elmo Lowe, Kirk Willis and Dorothy Paxton" -- photo caption.

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