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    • Aerial view of the West Park neighborhood

    • Aerial views; West 117th Street (Cleveland, Ohio); Halloran Park; Halloran, William I.
    • Aerial view of the West Park neighborhood. Open space at center left is Halloran Park, named after Ensign William I. Halloran, a neighborhood resident who was killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor. Street running alongside it from lower left of...
    • Black Panther poster

    • Black Panther Party
    • Door with a Black Panther poster that reads "All Power To The People ... An Attack Against One Is An Attack Against All ... The Slaughter of Black People Must Be Stopped By Any Means Necessary" --photo front.
    • Bob Feller is discharged from the U.S. Navy

    • Feller, Bob, 1918-2010; United States. Navy; Sailors; Cleveland Indians; Baseball players; Baseball pitchers; Baseball
    • Cleveland Indians pitcher Bob Feller (center) is discharged from the U. S. Navy. Feller joined the Navy two days after the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, thus missing the entire baseball seasons for 1942, 1943, and 1944, and most of 1945.
    • Bob Feller returns to the Cleveland Indians

    • Feller, Bob, 1918-2010; Cleveland Indians; Baseball; Baseball players; Baseball pitchers
    • "Bob Feller returns to the Cleveland Indians" -- photo verso. Presumably this refers to Feller's mid-season return to baseball in 1945 after missing the seasons of 1942, 1943, and 1944. Feller enlisted in the U. S. Navy on Dec. 8, 1941, the day...
    • City Club Forum: Marie Smith, Social Security reform [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Social security; AARP Foundation; Taxation United States; Learning; History
    • Friday Forum: ''Social Security reform,'' with Marie Smith, president, AARP. ''Attack ads against AARP won't divert the nation's monolithic seniors organization from protecting Social Security, its president told the City Club on Friday. This week,...
    • City Club Forum: Peter Gomes [audio]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; Local government; City Club Forum; Gomes, Peter J.; Bible; Religion; Ethics; Social justice; Civil liberties; Discrimination; Scholars
    • The Reverend Peter Gomes, Plummer professor of Christian morals and Pusey minister at Harvard University, theologian, and author. From the New York Times: ''In his 1996 best seller, 'The good book: Reading the bible with mind and heart,' Mr. Gomes...
    • City Club Forum: Robert Mueller, FBI director [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Mueller, Robert S., III, 1944-; Federal Bureau of Investigation; Terrorism; Learning; History
    • Friday Forum: ''Protecting America from terrorist attack: FBI director addresses the threat of homegrown terrorism,'' Robert S. Mueller, III, director, Federal Bureau of Investigation. The Annual Forum on the American Justice System. See Further...
    • Club Trinidad

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Superior Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Jazz; Nightclubs
    • "Club Trinidad. Saloon and hotel combination at E. 106th St. and Superior Ave. was under police and area council attack today. Both hotel and saloon use same entrance from the street - and on their common marquee the hotel has its name on one side,...
    • Coughlin ill as he speaks to 25,000

    • Cleveland Stadium; Political conventions; National Union for Social Justice (U.S.); Coughlin, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1891-1979
    • "Father Charles E. Coughlin pictured as he spoke to 25,000 persons gathered in Cleveland, O., Aug. 16 for the convention of the National Union for Social Justice. This picture was taken shortly before the radio priest was forced to halt his address...
    • Dailey, Mack Lee. Funeral Program

    • Obituary; Funeral; Funeral rites & ceremonies; Memorial rites & ceremonies
    • Mr. Mack Lee Dailey died on August 28, 1982. He was a U.S. Navy Vetaran. He died after suffering a massive heart attack on Wednesday, August 25, 1982. Mr. Dailey was born in Asheville, North Carolina and moved to Cleveland in 1918. His funeral was...
    • Geiger Counters

    • Geiger counters; United States. House of Representatives; National security; Cold War
    • "Four members of the Joint Congressional Atomic Energy Committee inspect the inexpensive geiger counter which was developed by the AEC for civilians in event of an atomic attack. LTR: Wm. F. Knowland (R. Cal.); Sen. Brien McMahan (D. Conn.),...
    • Mounted police at park

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Race riots; Police; Mounted police; Baseball fields; Parks
    • "Mounted patrolmen on duty along the left field line of the baseball diamond of the park where attack occurred - Riots - Cleve." - photo verso.
    • Oakwood Mayor

    • Political activity; Politics & government; Mayors; Political elections
    • Anthony Milicia (bedridden), being sworn in as Mayor of Oakwood by Bedford Municipal Cour Judge Vincent Arnold. Melicia had suffered a heart attack two weeks after election day.

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