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    • A Turkish sitting room, Algeria

    • Cleveland Press; Advertisements
    • "A Turkish Sitting Room, Algeria. - The scene on the opposite side is a true picture of the home life of the women of Algeria. Like is said to move on quietly in the seclusion of the harem. Although allowed by law to have four wives, the Moslem of...
    • Abandoned East 2998 75th Street house

    • Building deterioration; Urban renewal; Demolition; Public housing; Public housing projects; Abandoned buildings; East 75th Street (Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland City Council
    • "Demolition of eyesore in the Garden Valley Area has been expedited following complaints about the vacant two-family home at 2998 E. 75th St. this week. ... Councilman Charles Carr complained that the building, purchased by the city for the Garden...
    • Allen Theatre Lobby after the 1998 restoration

    • Allen Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; Conservation & restoration; Lobbies
    • The Allen Theatre Lobby in 1998 after the restoration. The restoration of the Allen allowed for all five marquees in Playhouse Square to be lit for the first time in almost 30 years.
    • Allen Theatre Rotunda after the 1998 restoration

    • Allen Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; Conservation & restoration; Rotundas
    • The Allen Theatre Rotunda in 1998 after the restoration. The restoration of the Allen Theatre allowed for all five marquees in Playhouse Square to be lit at the same time; the first time it had happened in 30 years.
    • Allen Theatre Stage after the 1998 restoration

    • Allen Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; Conservation & restoration; Stages (Platforms)
    • The Allen Theatre in 1998 after the restoration. The restoration of the Allen Theatre allowed for all five marquees in Playhouse Square to be lit at the same time; the first time it had happened in 30 years.
    • American Crayon Company truck

    • American Crayon Company (Sandusky, Ohio); Trucks; Crayons; Sandusky (Ohio)
    • American Crayon Co., based in Sandusky, Ohio produced crayons out of a need for high quality chalk. The company took over the Prang Educational Company in 1915 and was therfore allowed to use the "Old Faithful" geyser at Yellowstone National Park...
    • Arnold Pinkney and Daughter

    • Pinkney, Arnold D.; Cleveland Public Schools; School boards; Civil rights leaders; Civil Rights Movement; Political elections; African Americans
    • "Tracy [Traci] Pinkney had to promise her daddy that she had her homework finished before she was allowed to come to the victory party that saw her father receive the plaudits as winner of the Cleveland mayoralty primary." -- photo verso
    • City Club Forum: Don Harris, Nehemiah Corporation of America [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Harris, H. Donald; Nehemiah Corporation; Loans; Mortgages; Down payments
    • Friday Forum: The Nehemiah Program ''allowed home buyers to make down payments on their purchases using funds that were derived from the home sellers. This program,[sic], became popular and was widely emulated, giving birth to what came to be known...
    • City Club Forum: Douglas Fraser, president, UAW [audio]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; Local government; City Club Forum; Fraser, Douglas A. (Douglas Andrew), 1916-2008 ; United Auto Workers; Automobile industry unions;...
    • Douglas A. Fraser, president, United Auto Workers, UAW. In the 1970's Fraser negotiated labor concessions that allowed the Chrysler auto company to avoid bankruptcy. ''History-making contracts being negotiated in [the] auto industry.''
    • Couple begin fight over legal rights in autism case

    • Advocacy; Autism; Parma City School District; Special Education; Winkelman, Jacob
    • Plain Dealer (2/28/07): "High court hears Parma family's challenge. WASHINGTON - Parents of disabled children should be allowed to go to court without a lawyer to challenge school systems' plan for educating their children, an attorney for a Parma...
    • Jim Brown too strong, Cleveland Browns host Chicago Cardinals, 1957

    • Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1946-1995); Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1957); Chicago Cardinals (Football team); Brown, Jim; Bock, Wayne
    • "Daylight robbery attempted by (78) Wayne Bock isn't allowed by Jim Brown in first quarter. Brown kept ball, left Bock, and moved from his 49 to the Chicago 36." -- photo verso. "WEEK 10 - One week after running roughshod over the Rams, Brown is...
    • 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...

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