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    • No. 02: Hotel Majestic - Cleveland, Ohio

    • African Americans; Hotels; East 55th St.
    • "Hotel Majestic, located on the N.E. corner of the intersection of East 55 Street and Central Avenue, is the largest Nego owned and operated hotel in the city. It is the stopping place for many political, theatrical and sport celebrities. It...
    • No. 12: St. John A. M. E Church -- Cleveland, Ohio

    • African Americans; Methodist churches; Episcopal churches; East 40th St.; Churches; St. John's AME (African Methodist Episcopal) Church
    • St. John A. M. E Church. Adjacent to Central High School on East 40 Street. It is the home of the oldest African Methodist Episcopal congregation in Cleveland. Located at one time in the very heart of the Negro community, the congregational now...
    • No. 11: Reserve Building - Cleveland, Ohio

    • African Americans; Reserve Building; East 55th St.
    • "The Reserve Building is located at the intersection of East 55 Street, Woodland, and Kinsman Avenues, one of the busiest points in this great Metropolitan city. The upper floors provide office space for many business and professional enterprises....
    • Feeding Cleveland: Urban Agriculture Collection Gallery Exhibit, May 6, 2009

    • Agriculture; Cleveland Public Schools Horticulture Program; Agricultural exhibits; Victory gardens; Vegetables; Photographic prints; People associated with agriculture; Food relief; Food supply; Gardening; Mall gardens
    • The Feeding Cleveland: Urban Agriculture gallery exhibit is a representative selection of images from the online digital collection with the same name. The gallery exhibit is scheduled to run from May 1 through August 31, 2009 in the Campbell...
    • Poem: Love of duty [pdf] by Joanne Lhotsky Cornelius, 2005

    • Agriculture; Cleveland Public Schools Horticulture Program; Old Brooklyn; Poetry; Childhood & youth; Nostalgia; Reminiscing; Gardening
    • Poem written by Cleveland Public School gardening program participant Joanne (Lhotsky) Cornelius, who had her own vegetable garden at Benjamin Franklin School tract garden as a child.
      "I wrote this some time ago reflecting back on my community...
    • Cleveland Press launches their Community Gardening drive: "Dig In!," April, 1975

    • Agriculture; Contests; Cleveland Press; Cleveland; Journalism; Journalists; Gardening; Food; Vegetables; Harvesting; Farm relief; Urban beautification; Food; Food relief; Food supply; Gardens; Families; Economic & social conditions; Vegetables;...
    • The Cleveland Press launches the "Dig In!" campaign to "make Cleveland a garden of plenty" with the goal of setting up as many community gardens as possible. "Press to help you hoe for food and fun; Press will help you dig for food," are the...
    • Spectators at the 1934 National Air Races

    • Air shows; Spectators; Sunglasses; Cleveland Municipal Airport
    • Spectators, many of them wearing sunglasses, look up in the sky at the 1934 National Air Races. The races were held from August 31 through Sept. 4 at Cleveland Municipal Airport.
    • Plaque given at dinner in honor of Major John Berry

    • Aircraft carriers; Airplanes; Airports; Cleveland Hopkins International Airport
    • "Major John Berry, who recently resigned as manager of Cleveland Airport, and who is credited with making it one of the finest fields in the country, was presented with a large plaque at a dinner given in his honor at Cleveland, O., on Jan. 31....
    • 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...
    • The Allerton

    • Allerton Hotel; Hotels; Swimming pools
    • "It's a habit with hundreds of Clevelanders to swim in the Allerton Pool....so much so that we're now signing up a good many splash parties and regular swim night groups. Why not organize such a party among your friends? Ask about the special...
    • Alliance Municipal Parking Garage

    • Alliance (Ohio); Parking; Parking garages; Alliance Manufacturing Company
    • "Alliance, Ohio, is the smallest city in the U.S. to have a municipally owned parking garage (pop. 26,161). Mayor Ewing says this is the only way to solve the city's downtown parking problem. He hopes more can be done in the near future. The...
    • American Hotel

    • American Hotel (Medina, Ohio); Hotels
    • The American Hotel in Medina, Ohio was torn down in 1954 to make way for the Savings Deposit Bank, which is now Key Bank. Over the years, the hotel served as the location for many village functions and social events. The post office was even...
    • Beneath the Dome - Materials Park

    • American Society for Metals; ASM World Headquarters; Fuller, R. Buckminster (Richard Buckminster), 1895-1983; Geodesic domes; Kelly, John Terence; Materials Park; Metals Park; Space Lattice; Mineral Garden; Eisenman, William Hunt
    • A view of Materials Park, the World Headquarters of ASM International, from beneath its emblematic geodesic dome. This image showcases many of the distinctive features of the World Headquarters building including the sun shade at the top left....
    • The Sea Swing, Euclid Beach Park, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Amusement parks; Amusement rides; Euclid Beach Park; Lake Erie
    • "Euclid Beach Park, located on the shore of Lake Erie, eight miles from the public square. It is the largest and most popular of the city's amusement parks. The Sea Swing is one of the many novel attractions of the park, offering something new in...
    • Interior view of The Arcade

    • Arcade, The (Cleveland, Ohio); Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "All Enclosed -- The Arcade is one of the oldest and most famous enclosed shopping centers in the nation. C'mon Downers will enjoy the view from many angles and the pleasure of browsing in the shops. As you can tell, it's a good place to bring your...

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