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    • Residents protesting an unsafe intersection with car and dummy

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Community organizations; Traffic signs & signals; Traffic safety; African Americans; Automobiles; Mannequins
    • “ ‘Dummy’ and car were part of protest in street. From: Buckeye-Woodland Community Congress Contact Person: Mattie Lester DATE: For immediate release March 22, 1982 Dozens of angry residents from the Yeakel and Shale Avenue Street Clubs, member...
    • Bud's Tavern and Carry-out in Oberlin, Ohio in 1964

    • Oberlin (Ohio); Bars; Historic buildings; Main Street (Oberlin, Ohio)
    • “Bud’s Place in Oberlin” -- photo verso. Bud's Tavern and Carry-Out on Main Street in downtown Oberlin, Ohio in 1964. Part of the Oberlin Historic Downtown District, the building which once housed Bud's Tavern currently houses The Feve in Oberlin,...
    • Peters Hall of Oberlin College in 1933

    • Peters Hall (Oberlin College : Oberlin, Ohio); Oberlin College; Oberlin (Ohio); Lecture halls
    • “Conservatory Music, Oberlin College” -- photo verso. Photo depicts Peters Hall of Oberlin College, of Oberlin, Ohio in 1933. The building once was used as part of the Conservatory of Music.
    • View of William and Leze McVey's home from Southwest

    • McVey, William M.; McVey, Leze; Little, Robert A.; Artists; Sculpture; Pepper Ridge Development (Pepper Pike, Ohio)
    • “Photograph #1: View of house from Southwest (street side) showing old barn in background at extreme left. The studio in house is divided as follows: At left of balcony is two-story living room; above balcony is master bedroom and dressing room,...
    • View of William and Leze McVey's home from Northeast

    • McVey, William M.; McVey, Leze; Little, Robert A.; Artists; Sculpture; Pepper Ridge Development (Pepper Pike, Ohio)
    • “Photograph #2: View of house from Northeast, with old barn at extreme right, and covered terrace connecting the two. North wall is virtually all glass, except for office spandrel at left; bedroom wall panels at right.” Designed by Robert A....
    • View of William and Leze McVey's home from Northeast

    • McVey, William M.; McVey, Leze; Little, Robert A.; Artists; Sculpture; Pepper Ridge Development (Pepper Pike, Ohio)
    • “Photograph #3: View of studio house from North, connecting terrace, and old barn at right – colors grey, yellow and white. Thing in middle foreground is what happens when a sculpture like Bill McVey runs into an old wagon (refer to photograph ½)...
    • Interior of McVey home

    • McVey, William M.; McVey, Leze; Little, Robert A.; Artists; Sculpture; Pepper Ridge Development (Pepper Pike, Ohio)
    • “Photograph #6: View from entrance hall looking North toward terrace and weaving studio. McVey’s sculpture, foreground, sits above pool at bottom of photograph.” Designed by Robert A. Little as part of his Pepper Ridge development.
    • Interior of McVey home

    • McVey, William M.; McVey, Leze; Little, Robert A.; Artists; Sculpture; Pepper Ridge Development (Pepper Pike, Ohio)
    • “Photograph #8: View from master bedroom across studio to office, with suspended balcony at right. Circular stair in left foreground down to front hall." Designed by Robert A. Little as part of his Pepper Ridge development.
    • Interior of McVey home

    • McVey, William M.; McVey, Leze; Little, Robert A.; Artists; Sculpture; Pepper Ridge Development (Pepper Pike, Ohio)
    • ”Photograph #5: View from entrance hall into two-story living room. Multi-color rag run is by Leze McVey, as is the jug and other ceramic pieces in this house.” Designed by Robert A. Little as part of his Pepper Ridge development.
    • Interior of McVey home

    • McVey, William M.; McVey, Leze; Little, Robert A.; Artists; Sculpture; Pepper Ridge Development (Pepper Pike, Ohio)
    • (Not numbered, here called X) View from entrance hall east toward studio and beyond to office (above) and potter room (below). Designed by Robert A. Little as part of his Pepper Ridge development.
    • Forest Hill Park Bridge architectural sketch, 1938

    • Forest Hill; Forest Hill Park Pedestrian Bridge (East Cleveland, Ohio); Architectural drawings; Sketches; Bridges, Arch
    • 1938 Artist's rendering of the Forest Hill Park Bridge that was eventually built over Forest Boulevard in East Cleveland, Ohio. Drawing has bridge measurements, the top deck measures 359 feet, the space from the road to the highest part of the...

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