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    • Black History Concert: "Spirituals of the Sanctuary, Volume 2"

    • Afro-Americans; History; Concerts; Spirituals (Songs); Gospel music; Nathaniel Dett Concert Choir (Cleveland, Ohio); Antioch Baptist Church (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • Program for the Black History Concert: "Spirituals of Sanctuary, Volume 2." The Sanctuary Choir of the Antioch Baptist Church, The R.Nathaniel Dett Concert Choir and Orchestra from Cleveland School of Arts performed under the Guest Conductor Ronald...
    • The Burton High School Graduating Class of 1954

    • Burton High School class photographs; Burton High School (Burton, Ohio)
    • The Burton High School Graduating Class of 1954. Pictured are Supt. D.C. Jividen, Advisor Maybelle S. Rudd, J. Anne Mullet (Pres.), Joanne Rafie (Vice Pres.), Edward Friihauf (Sec.), JoAnn Gil (Treas.), Louise Straw, Majorie, Rider, Naomi Wood,...
    • Cain Park Theatre

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Amphitheaters; Parks
    • "Cain Park Theatre, director Marvin Kline. The rose garden at the entrance is one of the beauties of the natural outdoor amphitheatre where enchanting musicals have attracted more than a half-million people in sixteen years. Color photo by Frank...
    • Cain Park Theatre

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Amphitheaters; Parks
    • "Cain Park Theatre. Director Marvin Kline. The beautiful natural amphitheatre seating 3000 people is owned and operated by the City of Cleveland Heights. Each summer colorful musical comedies are presented under the stars at popular prices. Color...
    • Brewing industry presidents clean up Cleveland

    • Cleaning; Carolan, Edward; Esch, Ted; Hanrahan, Gene; Creadon, George; Bilsky, Marvin; Carter, George; Leisy, Herbert; Dowie, I.R.
    • “Brewers of Cleveland have joined The Press campaign to ‘Help Keep Cleveland Clean,’ as (left to right) Edward Carolan, vice president; Ted Esch, Vice president, and Gene Hanrahan, city sales manager, at Stanford Brewing Co. demonstrate. Five...
    • Ribbon-cutting ceremony participants

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Lorain Ave. (Cleveland, Ohio); Dedications; Businessmen; Municipal officials
    • "Lorain Ave. - L-R: John Miodragovic, Wills Jewelers, Odus Townsend, Ward 21, Mrs. Francine Panehal, Ward 1, Ron Strachan, Manager of Cleveland Trust, Marvin Faeges, Pharmacist, photo taken on the SE corner of 93[text illegible] Lorain Avenue" -...
    • "You Can't Take it With You" at The Cleveland Play House

    • Cleveland Play House (Organization : Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland Play House (Cleveland, Ohio : Building : Euclid : 1927- ); Stage management; Stagehands
    • "Put to work on the first day are: John Dent of Skaneatelkes, N.Y., Janice Pellette (second year student from Cleveland), Patric Shannon, first year student from Dallas, Texas and Marvin Koller (first year student from Cleveland). They put the...
    • Al Koran Shrine luncheon club

    • Cleveland; Mosques; Charity
    • “Nuts for children in hospitals L to R: Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Heil (17439 Lake Ave, Lakewood). Mrs. and Mr. Marvin J. Price (948 Brunswick Rd., Cleve, Hts.) Shrine Luncheon Club.” --photo verso
    • Governor Mandel Found Guilty

    • Governors; Agnew, Spiro; Mandel, Marvin
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of former Vice President Spiro Agnew talking on the phone to Governor Marvin Mandel of Maryland. Agnew is holding a newspaper with the headline "Governor Mandel found guilty!" and he is saying to Mandel "...right,...
    • Bob Hope

    • Hope, Bob; Celebrities; Entertainers; Comedians
    • "Hollywood, Calif: Comedian Bob Hope was under fire 4/29 from Mexican authorities for a 3/16 television 'Bob Hope Comedy Special'. This file photo, taken as the show was videotaped, shows Academy Award winning actor Lee Marvin (L) as bounty hunter...
    • Commodore Hotel exterior

    • Hotels; Renovation (Architecture)
    • "Commodore hotel at 11325 Euclid Ave. will be converted into an apartment house by owners Irving B. Applebaum, Marvin Bilsky and Harold Klarreich, who plan to spend more than $1,000,000 to remodel the 12-story. 214-suite building. Story on Page...

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