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    • 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...
    • "High Rides," Euclid Beach Park, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Amusement parks; Amusement rides; Recreation
    • "Euclid Beach Park, eight miles from the Public Square, the largest and the most popular of the city's amusement parks. It is open free to the public from April until October and contains hundreds of amusement devices, also a large athletic field,...
    • Wings Over Jordan, 50th Anniversary Celebration, Remembered by Alumni and Friends

    • Anniversaries; Wings over Jordan (Choir : Cleveland, Ohio); Celebrations; Spirituals (Songs); Choirs (Music); Settle, Glenn T.; Gethsemane Missionary Baptist Church (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • 50th Anniversary celebration of Wings Over Jordan at Cuyahoga Community College, Metro Campus. This souvenir booklet provides the history of the Wings over Jordan choir. The choir originated from the Gethsemane Baptist Church under the direction of...
    • Pedestrians on Ontario Street

    • Antique cars; Shoppers; Shopping
    • "May walk on Ontario St. near Public Square is a familiar sight to drivers and is especially popular when department store sales beckon. The day here is cool enough for top-coats, but not cool enough for these May walkers to set aside that good...
    • Sparkle Market award

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Supermarkets; Grocery Stores;
    • "Mr. Dan Scarpitti and Jim Doney, our emcee. Mr. Scarpitti, manager of Sparkle Market #3, Stop 65, Lake Road, Avon Lake, Ohio, appeared on the show for the Sparkle Markets and present the award to the winning Charade team. March 31, 1957. FUN...
    • Flier advertising the 1976 New Year's Eve Show at the Crypt in Akron

    • Bands; The Dead Boys; Rubber City Rebels; King Cobra; The Crypt; Akron (Ohio); Bars (Drinking establishments); Nightclubs; Bands; Music; Fliers (Printed matter)
    • Flier advertising the 1976 New Year's Eve show at the Crypt. The show featured King Cobra, who were the management of the Crypt, who shortly changed their name to The Rubber City Rebels after one of their songs. Also performing was Devo, whose...
    • Shiloh Baptist Church dome

    • Baptist churches; Churches; Church buildings; Domes
    • "The dome of the Shiloh Baptist Church at East 55th and Quincy represents the Classical Revival popular in the first decade of the 20th century. The entire structure is a mixture of Roman and Italian Renaissance architecture, but the dome is...
    • Blossom Music Center

    • Blossom Music Center; Auditoriums
    • "Blossom Music Center, summer home of the Cleveland Orchestra, is located in more than 500 wooded acres between Akron and Cleveland. Built in 1968, the dramatic pavilion seats 4,642 persons with room for up to 15,000 more on the spacious lawn....
    • Brecksville Stable

    • Brecksville Reservation; Cleveland Metropolitan Park District (Ohio); Horseback riding; Stables
    • "Riding at new park stable. Jeff Caro (left), Sandy Graham and Kathy Grace are practicing for a show at the new riding stable which has been open for about a month in Brecksville Reservation of Metropolitan Parks. Although the landscaping and...
    • First Annual Burton Yesteryear Art Show & Sale

    • Burton Public Library; Arts & crafts; Fund raising; Contests
    • First Annual Burton Yesteryear Art Show & Sale, June 30th thru July 4th, 1983. A fundraising event for the library, it featured a yesteryear art contest with the winner picked by popular vote.
    • 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...
    • Program for the week of August 8, 1943, featuring "Lost  Horizon"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theater programs; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Spayde, Sydney H.; Set designers; Russell, Walter S.
    • The theatrical production for the week of August 8, 1943 was Anne Coulter Martens and Christopher Spegel's "The Lost Horizon", based on the popular novel by James Hilton. The version performed at Cain Park Theatre was adapted by Beau Bruestle and...
    • Program for the week of August 13, 1944, featuring "Green Grow the Lilacs"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theater programs; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Spayde, Sydney H.; Wadsworth, Handel; Set designers; Gentile, Gerard; Dance; Choreography; Cramer, Miriam;...
    • The theatrical production for the week of August 13, 1944, was Lynn Riggs' "Green Grow The Lilacs". The Cain Park Theatre production was directed by Sydney H. Spayde and Handel Wadsworth, with scenes designed by Gerard Gentile. Musical arrangements...
    • Program for the week of July 27, 1941, featuring "Knickerbocker Holiday"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theatrical productions; Theater programs; Anderson, Maxwell; Weill, Kurt; Set designers; Gentile, Gerard
    • Entertainment for the week began with a "Community Hour" performance by the Choral Society of Cain Park Theatre on Sunday, July 27, 1941. The previous week's production, "Knickerbocker Holiday", proved so popular that it was held over for another...
    • Program for the week of June 30, 1940, featuring "The American Way"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Theater programs; Szold, Bernard; Little theater movement; Kaufman, George S.
    • Entertainment for the week began with a performance by the Choral Society of Cain park on Sunday, June 30, 1940. "The American Way", written by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart, was performed on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and...

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