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  • Description: W.J
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    • Air Canada flight crew with passenger

    • Aircraft carriers; Airplanes; Airports; Cleveland Hopkins International Airport
    • "L to R ... Capt. Albert M. Burns, Air Canada pilot, 1dy ogg 1st officer G. Belec, Andrew C. Putka, L. S. Green, aircanada's airport mgr. MS Diane Wilson stewardess and W. J. Willows, passenger sales mgr, Air C" --photo verso.
    • W. J. Gordon's estate grounds

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Gordon Park; Parks; Gordon, William J.; Gardens; Bridges; Willows
    • "Photo of Gordon Park when it was the estate of W.J. Gordon, who gave the park to Cleveland. Address story: Gay Glenville. Date: Feb. 16, 1940. Reporter: George Davis" - photo verso.
    • Employees of the Warner & Swasey Company

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Warner & Swasey Co.; Businessmen; Employees; Swasey, Ambrose; Warner, Worcester Reed; Brush, Charles Francis
    • "Warner & Swasey Co. - Front Row, left to right: Edward P. Burrell, Leslie E. Stauffler, Dr. Charles S. Hastings, Alexander Duval, James E. McDowell ? Pearce jr., Dr. John S. Plankett, Ambrose Swasey, Worcester R. Warner, Dr. W.J. Hussey, Sam'l T....
    • W. J. Starke, steam shovel operator

    • Cleveland Municipal Stadium (Cleveland, Ohio); Construction workers; Workers; Steam shovels
    • "W. J. Starke, 4505 Liberty Road, South Euclid. The man who was behind the throttle that dug the first shovel full of dirt in the new stadium." -- photo verso.
    • McElrath, Ann Jones. Homegoing Service

    • Funeral rites & ceremonies; Funeral; Obituary; Radio broadcasting; Disc jockeys
    • Mrs. Ann Jones McElrath died on December 14, 1982. She was the religious radio announcer for 30 years. She was the first black woman announcer on radio stations W.J.M.O. and W.E.R.E. In 1981, she went to W.A.B.Q. to broadcast the "Old Time Revival...
    • Views Of Lake View Cemetery

    • Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881 -- Death and burial; Garfield Monument (Cleveland, Ohio); Lake View Cemetery (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • Message reads: "Will answer your letter soon. From Mrs. W. J. Young" Addressed to Mr. Ford Hoover of Sanolyville, Ohio.
    • The W. J. Louis Family at the 1934 Halle Farm picnic

    • Halle Farm (Kirtland, Ohio); Picnics; Halle, Samuel H.; Halle Brothers Co.; Penitentiary Glen Reservation (Kirtland, Ohio); Lake Metroparks (Lake County, Ohio)
    • A co-founder of Halle Brothers Department Store, in downtown Cleveland, Samuel H. Halle, had a summer estate in Kirtland, called the Halle Farm. Depicted here, the W. J. Louis family won a croquet set for being the largest family in attendance at...
    • Tom L. Johnson and cabinet

    • Johnson, Tom Loftin, 1854-1911; Baker, Newton D.; Coughlin, Thomas; Lapp, C. W.; Nau, Carl; Leslie, D. E.; Springborn, W. J.; Cabinet officers
    • "Baker Coughlin Johnson Lapp Cooley Leslie Salen"--photo front. "Mayor Tom L. Johnson and cabinet Top Row-Lef to Right Newton D. Baker Thos. Coughlin C.W. Lapp Carl Nau D.E.Leslie W.J. Springbron Second Row Tom L. Johnson Harris R. Cooley"--photo...
    • Young Men's Business Club

    • Meetings; Young adults; Young Men's Society; Clubs
    • "Young Men's Business Club (back row, l to r) Howard Pleasamel, Dr. B. S. Rothwell, W. J. Schneider, J. K. Schnaittler, (front row, l to r) H. L. Schneider, Oscar A. Friedman, Walter Logan, Earl J. Freer, Judge Lee Skeel" -- photo verso.
    • Polish Merchants Convention, 1936

    • Poles; Merchants; Meetings
    • Polish Merchants Convention in 1936. From left to right are: Joseph Jakubowski, Poland; W. J. Trzetrzewinski, NY; Boleslaw Filipjak, Cleveland; M. M. Lazarovicz, Chicago; Roman Chorobski, Poland; Antoni Milkowski, ex. sec. Am. Polish C. of C., N....
    • Elisabeth Severance Allen Prentiss

    • Prentiss, Elisabeth Severance Allen; Elisabeth Severance Prentiss Foundation; Philanthropy; Allen Memorial Medical Library (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • Portrait of Elisabeth Prentiss in 1942. "Mrs Francis F Prentiss [photo by W.J.Edmonson, Cleveland artist"--photo verso
    • The University Bath Parlors

    • University Bath Parlors; Bathhouses
    • "The University Bath Parlors. 1946 East 101st Street. The finest equipped institution of its kind in the state. Every form of medical and electrical baths given by expert operators. Nothing so exhiliarating as a good bath and massage given by a...

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