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    • Artificial lake near State Rd

    • Reservoirs; Lakes & ponds
    • "Artificial lake in State Rd. park just off State Rd. which can be seen in the background. This lake swelled to twice its normal size" --photo verso.
    • Chinese dragon balloon

    • Cleveland; Christmas; Floats (Parades); Parades
    • "Chinese Dragon, 125 feet long, will crawl along Euclid Ave. Sunday, Dec. in The Press Christmas Parade. It will be one of 40 giant balloon attraction. A unit from Mills Bros. Circus will also be on parade, including live animals and fairytale...
    • Sapphire Flour

    • Flour; Baking
    • "Free! Prize winning recipes! At the 1940 Cleveland Food Show. Cleveland women using Sapphire unbleached flour won more than twice as many prizes in the baking contest as were won by any other flour. *The deciding factor in most of these contests...
    • Men watching backhoe breaking ground

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Waterfronts; Lake Erie; Construction; West 3rd Street (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "GROUND WAS BROKEN TWICE today for the city's $578,000 Seaway shed on the W. Third St. Pier. Rig shown is called a 'back hoe.' It is digging hole to start piling. Later, top brass from City Hall showed up with a silver shovel for formal...
    • Cleveland Tank Plant boring mill

    • Cleveland Tank Plant; World War II; General Motors Corp.; Korean War; Defense industry; Drilling & boring machinery
    • "It Usually Takes a Machine twice this big to build some of the Walker Bulldog tank parts. But with a little persistence and a lot of ingenuity, a group of workers headed by Walter Millington, superintendent of methods, redesigned this one for the...
    • 1950 regular season game, Cleveland Browns at New York Giants

    • Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1946-1995); Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1950); New York Giants (Football team); Herring, Hal; Griffith, Forrest; Swiacki, Bill
    • "NY155-10/23-NEW YORK: Forrest Griffith, Giant halfback, cuts back sharply to pick up a few yards for short gain in the second quarter of game here 10/23 with the Cleveland Browns. The Giants pounced hungrily on the fumbles and errors of the...
    • Thomas E. Dewey at Public Hall

    • Group Plan; Cleveland Public Hall; Cleveland Public Auditorium; Interiors; Governors
    • "Thomas E. Dewey at Public Auditorium Hall" -- photo verso. Dewey was governor of New York and was twice the Republic candidate for President of the United States (1944, 1948).
    • Cork Screw

    • Geauga Lake Park; Amusement parks; Aurora (Ohio); Roller coasters; Amusement rides
    • "TOPSY-TURVY - An upside-down world is viewed momentarily by visitors on the Geauga Lake Park's Corkscrew ride. The $1.1 million coaster was built by Arrow Development Corporation in California and carries the passengers through the helix-shaped...
    • Inside pages of a program for The Mayfair Casino, 1936

    • Mayfair Casino; Playhouse Square Center; Restaurants; Nightclubs; Programs
    • A program for the Mayfair Casino. In 1935 the theater was redone as a supper club called the Mayfair Casino. The Mayfair Casino only lasted until December of 1936, which makes this program trumpeting the acts scheduled to perform at the Mayfair in...
    • Interview with Bruce H. Akers, Vincent C. Campanella and Richard A. Ganim, May 6, 2011 [video]

    • Akers, Bruce H.; Campanella, Vincent C.; Ganim, Richard A.;Perk, Ralph J.;Mayors; Mayoral Administration of Ralph J. Perk; Politics and Government; Oral histories; Recollections; Interviews; Klein, Richard
    • Bruce H. Akers served the Perk Administration first as Special Executive Assistant (1975-76) and then as Chief of Staff (1976-77). He also served on the Pepper Pike City Council for many years (1971-75, 1979-91). Mr. Akers further distinguished...
    • Calvin's department store entrance and display, Parmatown Shopping Center

    • Clothing stores; Department stores; Shopping centers; Stores & shops; Dummies; Parmatown Mall; Calvin's department store
    • CALVIN'S GROWS ALONG WITH PARMATOWN Thousands of satisfied shoppers forced Calvin's to build a new, larger, and more beautiful store in the Parmatown Mall. Now they will find a selection almost twice as large heretofore available. Attractive...
    • osrin0102

    • Uncle Sam; Newspaper vendors
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of Uncle Sam as a vendor at a magazine and newspaper stand in Washington, D.C. Written twice on his apron and once on the front of his jacket is "Jingle." Examples of some of the things hanging in the newstand are...
    • Program for the week of August 9, 1942, featuring "In Time To Come"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theatrical productions; Theater programs; Set designers; Mitchell, Edward; Koch, Howard; Huston, John, 1906-1987; Academy Awards (Motion pictures); Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.);...
    • Entertainment for the week began with a "Community Hour" performance by the Choral Society of Cain Park Theatre on Sunday, August 9, 1942. This was followed by a production of Howard Koch and John Huston's, "In Time to Come", which was performed on...

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