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    • City Club Forum: Fred Kammer, president Catholic Charities [audio]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; Local government; City Club Forum; Kammer, Fred, 1945- ; Catholics; Social justice; Poverty; Poor persons; Catholic Church; Catholic...
    • The Reverand Fred Kammer, president of Catholic Charities and author of ''Doing faith justice: An introduction to Catholic social thought.''
    • Interior of Halle's Department Store

    • Halles; Halle Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Halle Brothers Co.; Euclid Ave.; Department stores; Shopping
    • The Halle Bros. Co. Euclid Ave, Cleveland, Ohio. The family owned department store started in 1891. "'Art in Industry'. Behind the luxuries and necessities of day by day life is the far flung romance of international commerce. The making of every...
    • Steve Sheppard

    • Sheppard, Steve; Sheppard Murder Case; Sheppard family
    • Steve Sheppard, brother of Sam Sheppard, thought that many of the witnesses could potentially be suspects. Chip, Sam and Marilyn's son, was sent to live with him and his wife Betty after Sam was arrested.
    • Steve Sheppard

    • Sheppard family; Sheppard Murder Case; Sheppard, Steve;
    • Steve Sheppard, brother of Sam Sheppard, sits on a bench. He thought that many witnesses could be potential suspects.
    • Steve Sheppard

    • Sheppard family; Sheppard Murder Case; Sheppard, Steve
    • Steve Sheppard, brother of Sam Sheppard, sits in the courtroom. He was a very dominant man. He seemed to scrutinize every possible suspect that he thought could have potentially killed Marilyn. He thought many of the witnesses could have done it....
    • grove05

    • Grove, Roy; Cartoons; Cartoonists; World War I; Soldiers
    • Roy Grove World War I cartoon depicting soldier and woman in residential setting. Verso typewritten attachment: " "I thought you were coming over here last night Herbert. Where were you?" Herb camouflaging: "Why I-I-I can't reveal to you, the...
    • grove52

    • Grove, Roy; Cartoons; Cartoonists; Wine; Vinegar; Police
    • Roy Grove cartoon of man climbing out of his cellar with a bottle of wine and then being confronted by a policeman as he walks down the stree with it. The cartoon is in five panels. Handwritten at the top in pencil "THE PEE WEES." First panel...
    • Traffic jam on Libby Road Bridge in 1953

    • Maple Heights; Libby Road Bridge (Maple Heights, Ohio); Traffic congestion; Bridges, Steel; Truss bridges
    • Newspaper clipping on photo verso reads, "Traffic tie-ups get worse at the county's oldest and worst bottlenecks. These motorists stop dead as they try to cross the Libby Rd. Bridge in Maple Heights. Traffic jams on and near this old fender...
    • President James A. Garfield Monument  (Vertical Images)

    • Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881; Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881 -- Death and burial; Garfield Monument (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • Message reads: "We are troubling you considerably but want to ask another favor. Will you please tell Mr. Ladd when he is in Atw. [likely referring to Atwater] on Wed. A.M. that Cora is getting along fine but won't come till Thurs. afternoon. They...
    • Mayor Houk sits back

    • Houk, Spencer; Mayors; Sheppard Murder Case; Bay Village
    • Mayor Houk of Bay Village, sits back on couch. He was briefly considered a suspect in the Marilyn Sheppard murder. He and his wife were neighbors of the Sheppards and attended a dinner party the night that Marilyn was murdered. Sam Sheppard called...
    • Mayor Houk of Bay Village

    • Houk, Spencer; Mayors; Sheppard Murder Case; Bay Village
    • Mayor Houk of Bay Village sits back. Houk was briefly considered a suspect in the murder. He was a neighbor of the Sheppards and was a dinner guest the night of the murder. Sam Sheppard called him the morning of July 5, 1954 declaring he thought...
    • Oer Chodosh

    • Synagogues
    • Land Acquired 1912 by Congregation Oer Chodosh. Exact date sold is unknown. Thought to be 1922. Property was acquired in 1942 by the Mt. Herman Baptist Church the building endured a major fire in Febuary 1941. Sold in 1958 for the development of...
    • Judge Edward Blythin

    • Blythin, Edward, 1884-1958; Judges; Courtrooms; Sheppard Murder Case
    • Judge Edward Blythin sits in the courtroom. He supposedly said to journalist Dorothy Kilgallen that he thought that Sheppard was guilty. In the 1966 trial, the conviction was overturned as a result of the "media circus" that he let happen during...
    • Judge Edward Blythin

    • Blythin, Edward, 1884-1958; Judges; Sheppard Murder Case; Courtrooms
    • Judge Edward Blythin sits in his courtroom. Judge Blythin supposedly said to Dorothy Kilgallen, a journalist from New York City, that he thought Sheppard was guilty. The 1966 trial overruled the guilty conviction, noting that the judge allowed a...
    • City Club Forum: Dr. Spencer Crew, National Underground Railroad Freedom Center [video]

    • Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; Local government; Politics; Cleveland (Ohio) -- History; City Club Forum; Museums; National Underground Railroad Freedom Center (Cincinnati, Ohio); Crew, Spencer R., 1949-; Underground railroad...
    • Friday Forum: Dr. Spencer Crew, Executive Director and ceo National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. Sponsored by the John W. Barkley Memorial Forum and the 2005 KeyBank Diversity Thought Leadership Series. See Further...
    • City Club Forum: Dr. Condoleezza Rice, national security advisor under President G. W. Bush [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Rice, Condoleezza, 1954-; National security United States; Bush, George W. (George Walker), 1946-;...
    • Friday Forum: Dr. Condoleezza Rice, national security advisor under President G. W. Bush, and ''one of the most outspoken advocates and defenders of the war in Iraq.'' Sponsored by The 2005 KeyBank Diversity Thought Leadership Series. The Inaugural...
    • City Club Forum: Douglas A. Blackmon, journalist and 2009 Pulitzer Prize-winning author [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Blackmon, Douglas A.; Racism; Slavery; Civil rights; Civil War; Segregation; Discrimination; Ethics;...
    • Friday Forum: Douglas A. Blackmon, journalist, author and winner of the 2009 Pulitzer Prize in the General Nonfiction category for ''Slavery by Another Name: The Re-Enslavement of Black Americans from the Civil War to World War II.'' The 2010 Key...
    • City Club Forum: Luke Visconti, partner and co-founder, DiversityInc. [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Pluralism (Social sciences); Business & finance; Business people; Diversity in the workplace
    • Friday Forum: ''Using diversity to drive business: The art of diversity excellence,'' with Luke Visconti, partner and co-founder, DiversityInc. The 2007 Key Bank Diversity Thought Leadership Series. The Karen Faith Witt and A. H. Weinstein Memorial...

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