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    • Interview with Bruce H. Akers, Vincent C. Campanella and Richard A. Ganim, May 6, 2011 [video]

    • Akers, Bruce H.; Campanella, Vincent C.; Ganim, Richard A.;Perk, Ralph J.;Mayors; Mayoral Administration of Ralph J. Perk; Politics and Government; Oral histories; Recollections; Interviews; Klein, Richard
    • Bruce H. Akers served the Perk Administration first as Special Executive Assistant (1975-76) and then as Chief of Staff (1976-77). He also served on the Pepper Pike City Council for many years (1971-75, 1979-91). Mr. Akers further distinguished...
    • Allen Theatre Orchestra in the Early 1920s

    • Allen Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; Orchestras
    • The Allen Theatre Orchestra in the Early 1920s, most likely 1922. The Allen Theatre had a full Orchestra that would entertain both between films and productions and in their own right. The conductor of the orchestra at this time was Philip...
    • ASM: Fifty Years 1913-1963

    • American Society for Metals; Woodside, William; Chicago Group; Detroit Group; American Society for Steel Treating; Steel Treaters' Club; Steel Treating Research Society; American Steel Treaters' Society; Eisenman, William Hunt; White, A. E.; Metal...
    • A 24-page booklet detailing the history of the American Society for Metals (ASM) from its inception in 1913 as the Steel Treaters' Club led by William P. Woodside to 1963. This booklet was published to commemorate the 50th anniversary of ASM and...
    • The Waitresses

    • Bands; Music; Musicians; Publicity photographs; The Waitresses; Butler, Chris; Donahue, Patty; Wormworth, Tracy; Williams, Mars; Klayman, Dan; Ficca, Billy
    • Promotional Image of The Waitresses. Led by Akronites Chris Butler with fellow Akronite Patty Donahue on vocals, the Waitresses were one of the more successful band to come out of the "Akron Sound" era.
    • Baseball writers honor Boudreau and Frick

    • Baseball; Cleveland; Cleveland Indians; Boudreau, Lou, 1917-2001
    • "Baseball Writers honor Boudreau and Frick New York: National League President Ford Frick (right), and Lou Boudreau, manager of the Cleveland Indians, hold the plaques they received Feb. 6 during the New York baseball writers annual dinner, held in...
    • Pipers president and coach

    • Basketball; Basketball coaches; Cleveland Pipers (Basketball team); McLendon, John B.; Siegfried, Larry; Steinbrenner, George M. (George Michael), 1930-
    • "Piper President George Steinbrenner, Larry Siegfried and Piper Coach John McLendon" -- photo verso. The Cleveland Pipers were Cleveland's first professional basketball team which was part of the American Basketball League. John McLendon is known...
    • Judge Edward Blythin

    • Blythin, Edward, 1884-1958; Judges; Sheppard Murder Case; Courtrooms
    • Judge Edward Blythin sits in his courtroom. Judge Blythin supposedly said to Dorothy Kilgallen, a journalist from New York City, that he thought Sheppard was guilty. The 1966 trial overruled the guilty conviction, noting that the judge allowed a...
    • Program for the week of July 26, 1942, featuring "The Vagabond King"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theatrical productions; Theater programs; Musical productions; Ballet; McCarthy, Justin Huntly, 1860- 1936; Friml, Rudolph, 1879-1972; Set designers; Gentile, Gerard; Cleveland Letter...
    • In place of the usual Sunday evening "Community Hour", Sunday, July 26, 1942, was declared a "Civilian Defense Night". Music was performed by the Cleveland Letter Carrier's Band and community singing was led by Dr. Charles H. Dawe. Thoburn S....
    • Program for the week of July 5, 1942, featuring "Ah, Wilderness!"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theatrical productions; Theater programs; Set designers; Mitchell, Lee; O'Neill, Eugene, 1888-1953; Cain, Frank C.; Wilkin, Robert N. (Robert Nugen), 1886-1973; Civil defense; Dawe,...
    • In place of the usual Sunday evening "Community Hour", Sunday, July 5, 1942 was declared "Civilian Defense Night". Music was performed by the Cleveland Letter Carrier's Band and community singing was led by Dr. Charles H. Dawe. Thoburn S. Davis,...
    • City Club Forum: Evan Wolfson, Freedom to Marry [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Wolfson, Evan, 1957-; Sexism; Marriage; Same-sex marriage
    • Friday Forum: Freedom to Marry, executive director Evan Wolfson, who has ''led the ongoing national movement for equal marriage rights for same-sex couples.'' The David Ralph Hertz Memorial Forum on Civil Liberties. See Further Reading for...

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