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    • 1931 Parade Magazine ad for Mentor Harbor Yacht Club

    • Advertisements; Yacht clubs; Mentor Harbor Yacht Club; Real estate development
    • A full-page advertisement on the back cover of Parade Magazine's June 4th, 1931 issue, about the Mentor Harbor Yacht Club. "Never before have Cleveland boating enthusiasts had the opportunity to take full advantage of the wonderful pleasures...
    • White Motor Co. scout car

    • Automotive Industry; Armored vehicle industry; White Motor Company
    • "Building Scout Cars for the Army Cleveland, Ohio - to transport reconnaissance parties of the rapidly expanding U.S. Army, the White Motor Company of Cleveland is building a fleet of armored scout cars, carrying two machine guns and capable of a...
    • Leo Heider on a motorcycle

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Motorcycles; People;Law enforcement officers
    • "Leo G. Heider was either a State Trooper or Deputy Sheriff, and rode a 1921-27 Indian motorcycle. It had a 74 cubic inch motor and every 400-500 miles it required an oil change. Top speed was 75 MPH. Underneath the front light was a tool box."
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    • Baseball; Cleveland Indians
    • An Oriole pitcher readies his pitch to an Indians player up to bat. In the background, a sign at first base reads, "55 Speed Limit".
    • No. 09: Cleveland Call and Post - Cleveland, Ohio

    • Call and Post; African Americans; Newspapers; East 55th St.
    • "Cleveland Call and Post Building housing the editorial rooms, composing rooms, engraving plant, printing and speed roller presses of Ohio's largest Nego Weekly. Owned and operated by Negroes, every phase of its publication is effected on the...
    • Ohio Canal along Stone and Canal Roads

    • Canals; Ohio Canal; Canal Road (Ohio)
    • "Symbol of a bygone era is the Ohio Canal in Valley View. It daily presents a refreshingly restful scene for harried office workers commuting from Cleveland. The hand-dug canal opened on July 4, 1827, to the joy of Clevelanders who visualized a...
    • Hough Street Club President's League members

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Community organizations; Meetings; Committees; African Americans
    • "Hough Street Club President's League officers and committee members: L to R. Mrs. Benjamin (Mary) Broach, 1443 E. 93d St., Christine Randles, league secretary, Mrs. Bertha Wilks, league treasurer, Benjamin Broach, ticket chairman, Margaret Carter,...
    • Mac Speedie catch in All-Star Game, 1951

    • Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1946-1995); Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1950); Speedie, Mac; Lewis, Woodley;
    • "LA986-1/14/51-LOS ANGELES, CALIF: Mac Speedie (84) American All-Star's right end, leaps in the air to snag a pass from quarterback Otto Graham. Woodley Lewis (30) defensive halfback of National All-Stars was unable to break up play which was...
    • Wooten and Schafrath 40-yard dash, Cleveland Browns 1959

    • Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1946-1995); Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1959); Wooten, John; Schafrath, Dick
    • Rookies John Wooten (left) and Dick Schafrath "run in conditioning drills during training camp in 1959. One test that Paul Brown invented to gauge a player's skill was the 40-yard dash. Though 40 yards was a seemingly odd distance, Brown used 40...
    • Aviation notables discussing aspects of the air races

    • Cleveland National Air Races; National Air Races; Air shows; Air pilots; Henderson, Clifford W.
    • "Aviation notables see plans for U.S. Air Classic New York, N.Y.--- Clifford W. Henderson, (center), managing director of the National Air Races at Cleveland over the Labor Day week-end, tells aviation notables of arrangements for the big tree-day...
    • Start of the Ruth Chatterton Trophy Race

    • Cleveland National Air Races; National Air Races; Aircraft; Air shows; Air pilots; Chatterton, Ruth, 1893-1961
    • "Start of Ruth Chatterton Trophy Race Los Angeles, California. Seven flyers took off from Municipal Airport this morning, in the Ruth Chatterton Trophy Race, en route to Cleveland. It was announced that the derby was not a speed race. Accuracy and...
    • Cleveland Tank Plant test track

    • Cleveland Tank Plant; World War II; General Motors Corp.; Korean War; Defense industry
    • "Graceful Patterns made by the treads of maneuvering tanks give a Korean battleground appearance to this photograph of the test track at Cadillac Tank Plant at Cleveland Airport. Daily, new light tanks are put through speed and mobility tests...

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