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    • Jane Edna Hunter

    • Social workers; Social values; Social justice; Phillis Wheatley Assn.; Working Girls' Home; African Americans; Women's rights; Equal opportunity programs; Charitable organizations; Community service; Hunter, Jane Edna (Harris); Cleveland Women's...
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    • At Ease

    • Karamu House; Works Progress Administration (U.S.); African Americans; Artists;
    • William E. Smith (1913-1997) moved to Cleveland from Chattanooga, Tennessee at the age of twelve after his mother’s death. During the early 1930s, he studied at the Playhouse Settlement of the Neighborhood Association of Cleveland (now called...
    • Babbs, Mrs. Willie E. Funeral Program

    • Obituary; Funeral; Funeral rites & ceremonies; Memorial rites & ceremonies
    • Mrs. Willie E. Babbs departed this life on August 24, 1980 at 2:30 am at Lakeside Hospital after a short illness. She was born September 21, 1911 to Mr. John and Valley Broyles of Springfield Tennessee. She was a member of New Hope Baptist Church....
    • 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...
    • Day Is Done

    • Karamu House; Works Progress Administration (U.S.); African Americans; Artists;
    • William E. Smith (1913-1997) moved to Cleveland from Chattanooga, Tennessee at the age of twelve after his mother’s death. During the early 1930s, he studied at the Playhouse Settlement of the Neighborhood Association of Cleveland (now called...
    • Dobama: "Camino Real"

    • Theaters; Dobama Theater; Theatrical productions; Actors; Publicity photographs; Gutin, Bob; Kusyk, James; Pilisdorf, Diana
    • Black & white publicity photograph. "Mr. Gutman (Bob Gutin) (left), the hotel director in Tennessee Williams' "Camino Real", whatches suspiciously as young, innocent American, Kilroy (James Kusyk) follows in the wake of the Gypsy's daughter,...
    • Dobama: "Camino Real"

    • Theaters; Dobama Theater; Theatrical productions; Actors; Publicity photographs; Kusyk, James; Pilisdorf, Diana;
    • Black & white publicity photograph. "The "Innocent" abroad and the "innocent (again) Broad"!! James Kusyk plays young, big heart o'gold, American, Kilroy, abroad on the Camino Real, inhabited by the Gypsy's daughter, Esmeralda (Diana Pilisdorf)...
    • Dobama: Playbill for "Camino Real"

    • Dobama Theater; Theater; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Actors; Playbills; Programs;
    • Two sided pink playbill for Dobama Theater's production of Tennessee Williams' "Camino Real", presented October 17 through November 9, 1974.
    • Douglas

    • Karamu House; Works Progress Administration (U.S.); African Americans; Artists
    • William E. Smith (1913-1997) moved to Cleveland from Chattanooga, Tennessee at the age of twelve after his mother’s death. During the early 1930s, he studied at the Playhouse Settlement of the Neighborhood Association of Cleveland (now called...
    • I've Known Rivers

    • Karamu House; Works Progress Administration (U.S.); African Americans; Artists
    • William E. Smith (1913-1997) moved to Cleveland from Chattanooga, Tennessee at the age of twelve after his mother’s death. During the early 1930s, he studied at the Playhouse Settlement of the Neighborhood Association of Cleveland (now called...
    • Jungle Rhythm

    • Karamu House; Works Progress Administration (U.S.); African Americans; Artists;
    • William E. Smith (1913-1997) moved to Cleveland from Chattanooga, Tennessee at the age of twelve after his mother’s death. During the early 1930s, he studied at the Playhouse Settlement of the Neighborhood Association of Cleveland (now called...
    • Landscape

    • Karamu House; Works Progress Administration (U.S.); African Americans; Artists;
    • William E. Smith (1913-1997) moved to Cleveland from Chattanooga, Tennessee at the age of twelve after his mother’s death. During the early 1930s, he studied at the Playhouse Settlement of the Neighborhood Association of Cleveland (now called...
    • Leaning Chimneys

    • Karamu House; Works Progress Administration (U.S.); African Americans; Artists
    • William E. Smith (1913-1997) moved to Cleveland from Chattanooga, Tennessee at the age of twelve after his mother’s death. During the early 1930s, he studied at the Playhouse Settlement of the Neighborhood Association of Cleveland (now called...
    • Little Joy

    • Karamu House; Works Progress Administration (U.S.); African Americans; Artists;
    • William E. Smith (1913-1997) moved to Cleveland from Chattanooga, Tennessee at the age of twelve after his mother’s death. During the early 1930s, he studied at the Playhouse Settlement of the Neighborhood Association of Cleveland (now called...
    • Main Concourse, Union Station, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Terminal Tower (Cleveland, Ohio); Harvey Restaurant; Cleveland Union Terminal
    • Drawing of the Main Concourse of the Union Station in Cleveland, Ohio. "The Main Concourse is 238 feet long, 120 feet wide and 42-1-2 feet high. Walls are of Botticino marble with high fluted columns. Floors are of Tennessee marble. The ceiling is...
    • Maybe Tomorrow

    • Karamu House; Works Progress Administration (U.S.); African Americans; Artists
    • William E. Smith (1913-1997) moved to Cleveland from Chattanooga, Tennessee at the age of twelve after his mother’s death. During the early 1930s, he studied at the Playhouse Settlement of the Neighborhood Association of Cleveland (now called...
    • Maybe Tomorrow

    • Karamu House; Works Progress Administration (U.S.); African Americans; Artists
    • William E. Smith (1913-1997) moved to Cleveland from Chattanooga, Tennessee at the age of twelve after his mother’s death. During the early 1930s, he studied at the Playhouse Settlement of the Neighborhood Association of Cleveland (now called...

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