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  • Description: Pretty
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    • Cut, please

    • Schools; Shaker Heights; Dancing; Dancers
    • "'Cut, please,' says [Shaker Heights Junior High student] Lee Kuhner, 3297 Chadbourne road, asking Richard Ford, 3534 E. 156th street, for a dance with his pretty partner, Charlia Jack, 3138 Ashwood road." --Cleveland Press caption.
    • Parade for Cuyahoga Community College levy

    • Cuyahoga Community College; Parades; Floats (Parades)
    • "Cuyahoga Community College students left no doubt in anyone's mind how they feel about the 1 mill levy on next week's ballot. With colorful floats adorned with pretty girls they paraded through downtown yesterday in support of the issue. It would...
    • Girl dressed as pirate

    • Holidays; Halloween; Children; Costumes; Festive decorations
    • "Halloween - Pretty Pirate Jean Willse, 1294 Belle Ave., Lakewood, comes out from behind her mask long enough to prove that the '47 vintage of buccaneer is a big improvement over the old." - photo verso.
    • Rosie the Riveter at Warren City Manufacturing Company

    • Warren (Ohio); Iron & steel workers; Steel; Industry; Women workers; World War II; Rosie the Riveter
    • "MISS SABOTAGE. The sign behind this pretty welder at Warren City Manufacturing Co., Warren, Ohio, doesn't refer to her "sabotage" of the male workers' attention- though there's reason why it might. Women welders are doing man-sized jobs here in...
    • Martha Orr giving hot dogs to soap box derby champions

    • Geauga Lake Park; Amusement parks; Aurora (Ohio); Frankfurters; Soap box derby racers
    • "PRETTY MARTHA ORR of Chagrin Falls, a Geauga Lake employee, introduces former Soap Box Derby national champions Sam Gupton (left) and Steve Souter to hot-dogs-on-a-stick. Sam, from Durham, North Carolina, won the Derby last year and Steve, from...
    • Pretty shotgun rider

    • Shaker Square; Shaker Heights; Money; Shopping centers
    • "Riding shotgun over 20 million dollars in Confederate $100 bills is pretty Barbara Rein, 20, of University Heights. Some 300 balloons -- each containing a Confederate C-note -- have been launched. The rest will be given out during the next four...
    • Two school children among the cornstalks in the school garden, August 1964

    • Agriculture; Cleveland; Food; Gardens; Gardening; School gardens; Corn; Children; School children; Cleveland Public Schools; Cleveland Public Schools Horticulture Program
    • "Tall corn grows at Kentucky School garden and you have to look pretty carefully or you'll miss seeing these youthful gardeners hidden among the stalks. They are Ardis Evans, 10, of 1892 W. 47th St. (left), and Michael Howes, 9, of 1800 W. 32d St."
    • The Swings, Garfield Park, Cleveland, Ohio.

    • Garfield Park; Playgrounds
    • "The Swings, Garfield Park, Cleveland, Ohio. Garfield Park is located on the south side and has an area of 163.83 acres. Several pretty streams run through the park and it also contains a small lake covering 2 1-2 acres. The children from the...
    • Corinthian Yacht Club

    • Yacht clubs
    • "This is a view along the Rocky River showing the Corinthian Yacht Club. This is one of the many pretty spots along Rocky River. Small boats of every description can be seen on the river in summer. This makes a beautiful sight. People love to while...
    • Interior of St. Margaret Mary Catholic School

    • Saint Margaret Mary Catholic Church (South Euclid, Ohio); St. Margaret Mary School (South Euclid, Ohio); Catholic churches; Catholic schools
    • "You couldn't blame a student for doing a bit of daydreaming when the view out his schoolroom window is as pretty as this one. Shown here is an interior view of one of the new classrooms at St. Margaret Mary School in South Euclid, O." -- photo...
    • grovemic62

    • Grove, Roy; Cartoons; Cartoonists; World War I; Soldiers
    • A Roy Grove World War I cartoon captured from a Cleveland Press microfilm depicts a soldier standing on a scale while wearing a heavy pack. This cartoon appeared in the Cleveland Press January 18, 1918 on page 13. It is from the "Comedies of Camp...

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