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    • Allen Memorial Missionary Baptist Church

    • Architecture, sacred; Churches; African Americans; Baptist churches; Gothic revival (architecture); Baptists; Methodist churches; Methodists; Pentecostal churches; Pentecostals; Miles Park Ave.; Miles Park; Allen Memorial Chapel; African Americans
    • Allen Memorial Chapel 9105 Miles Park Avenue. 1872. Formerly Miles Park United Methodist Church. Currently Pentecostal Determine Church of God.
    • Avon Lake Drugs, 1955

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Drugstores; Grocery stores
    • Exterior of store, located on Lake Rd., circa 1955. From a collection of large framed photos that hung in the store depicting it through the years. Store was by now located in new building next to Food Center on Lake Road. Space is currently...
    • Bob Hope

    • Hope, Bob; Entertainers; Comedians
    • "Andress and Hope, Hanau, West Germany: American comedian Bob Hope and actress Ursula Andress share the stage during a performance for American servicemen at Lagendiebach Airbase near here December 18th. The two are part of a company which is...
    • Bud's Tavern and Carry-out in Oberlin, Ohio in 1964

    • Oberlin (Ohio); Bars; Historic buildings; Main Street (Oberlin, Ohio)
    • “Bud’s Place in Oberlin” -- photo verso. Bud's Tavern and Carry-Out on Main Street in downtown Oberlin, Ohio in 1964. Part of the Oberlin Historic Downtown District, the building which once housed Bud's Tavern currently houses The Feve in Oberlin,...
    • Central Armory on E. 6th St. and Lakeside Ave.

    • Central Armory; East 6th St.; Lakeside Ave.; Streets
    • "East 6th Street and Lakeside, Central Armory, child care mothers leave City Hall happy" -- photo verso. Central Armory, designed by Lehman and Schmitt, was built in 1893 and demolished in 1893. The Anthony J. Celebrezze Federal Office Building...
    • City Club Forum: Diocese of Cleveland Bishop Anthony Pilla [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Local government; Catholic Diocese of Cleveland (Ohio); Pilla, Anthony M.; Globalization; People...
    • Friday Forum: Diocese of Cleveland Catholic Bishop Anthony Pilla ''described the region's economic growth as 'flat-lined,' with a shortage of discussion among suburban mayors searching for solutions. 'We have to think differently about things,' ...
    • City Club Forum: Joseph E. Schmitz, inspector general of the Department of Defense [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Schmitz, Joseph E., 1956-; Iraq; Military officers; Military policy; Fraud; Prisoners of war; United...
    • Friday Forum: Joseph E. Schmitz, inspector general of the Department of Defense; principal adviser to the Secretary of Defense. Amid the shocking revelations of the abuse of Iraqi prisoners by US military personnel, are the ''very troubling prior...
    • City Club Forum: Robert E. White [audio]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; Local government; City Club Forum; White, Robert E., 1926- ; Latin Americans; International relations
    • Dr. Robert White, worked for the US Foreign Service in Latin American Affairs with a Central American specialization, currently a senior fellow with the Center for International Policy, ''Cuba today.''
    • City Club Forum: Vladimir Ashkenazy [audio]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; Local government; City Club Forum; Ashkenazy, Vladimir, 1937- ; Musicians; Conductors (Music); Pianists
    • Vladimir Ashkenazy, a Soviet-born Jewish concert pianist, emigrated to the West in 1963 and became a citizen of Iceland in 1972. He expanded his professional career into conducting and is currently the chief conductor, Deutsches Symphonic...
    • City Club Forum: William Strickland, president/CEO, Manchester Bidwell Corp. [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Strickland, Bill, 1947-; Education; Educational organizations; Educational facilities; Vocational...
    • Friday - noon: ''In 1972, Strickland assumed leadership of a struggling building trade school located near Manchester Craftsmen's Guild. Over the years, Bidwell Training Center evolved to offer programs in fields ranging from horticulture to...
    • Daniel O. Corrigan

    • Corrigan, Daniel O.; Cleveland Public Schools; School boards; Political campaigns
    • "Dear Friend: DANIEL O. CORRIGAN is currently president of the Cleveland School Board. He has been a school board member for six years. He is an attorney and was in the Navy for 4 years. He is married and has five children. You are familiar with...
    • Dawson Building

    • Dawson Building; Cleveland State University; Convocation Center
    • Dawson Building, exterior. Once located on East 19th St. Currently the location of the Cleveland State University Convocation Center.
    • Dr. Sam Sheppard with his trainer,  George Strickland

    • Homicides;Sheppard Murder Case;Sheppard, Sam;Strickland, George;Wrestling; Criminal investigations
    • "Dr Samuel Sheppard (left) puts a headlock on his trainer, George Strickland, as he readies himself for his first public wrestling appearance which will be a benefit match in Waverly, Ohio on August 9th. The proceeds will go to the Pike County...
    • First Church of Christ, Scientist

    • Architecture, sacred; Christian Scientists; Christian Science churches; Churches; Walker & Weeks; First Church of Christ Scientist (Cleveland Heights, Ohio); Architecture, neoclassical
    • First Church of Christ, Scientist. 2200 Overlook Road. 1931. Architects: Walker & Weeks. Currently Nottingham-Spirk Design Associates
    • First Hungarian Reformed Church

    • Architecture, sacred; Churches; Architecture, sacred; Churches; Architecture, Romanesque; First Hungarian Reformed Church (Cleveland, Ohio); Hungarians; Martin Luther King Jr. Drive (Cleveland, Ohio); Maurer, H.W.; Reformed churches
    • First Hungarian Reformed Ch. 2856 MLK Drive; 1948. Architect: H.W. Maurer. Currently Full Gospel Evangelistic Center.

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