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    • George Dallas, provider of Thanksgiving dinners

    • Dallas, George; Restaurateurs; Restaurants; Restaurant workers; Great Depression; Thanksgiving; Charity; Community service
    • "George Dallas, giver of Thanksgiving dinners." -- photo verso. Beginning in 1924 and well through the Great Depression years, successful Cleveland restaurateur, George Dallas, provided a free Thanksgiving meal to thousands of unfortunate...
    • George Dallas

    • Dallas, George; Restaurateurs; Restaurants; Restaurant workers; Great Depression; Thanksgiving; Charity; Community service
    • "George Dallas, Good Samaritan, now at 1769 W. 25th. street." -- photo verso. Beginning in 1924 and well through the Great Depression years, successful Cleveland restaurateur, George Dallas, provided a free Thanksgiving meal to thousands of...
    • George Dallas preparing Thanksgiving meals for the needy

    • Dallas, George; Restaurateurs; Restaurants; Restaurant workers; Great Depression; Thanksgiving; Charity; Community service
    • "George Dallas, W. 3d st. restauranteur." -- Photo verso. Restauranteur and good samaritan George Dallas preparing Thanksgiving meals for the needy of Cleveland. Beginning in 1924 and well through the Great Depression years, successful Cleveland...
    • Mr. and Mrs. George Dallas, Cleveland restauranteurs

    • Dallas, George; Dallas, Alma; Restaurateurs; Restaurants; Restaurant workers; Great Depression; Thanksgiving; Charity; Community service
    • "Mr. & Mrs. Geoge Dallas, W. 3rd. & St. Clair Restaurant. " -- photo verso. Cropped from original photograph in poor condition. Beginning in 1924 and well through the Great Depression years, successful Cleveland restaurateur, George Dallas,...
    • George and Alma Dallas handing out Thanksgiving meal boxes

    • Dallas, George; Dallas, Alma; Restaurateurs; Restaurants; Restaurant workers; Great Depression; Thanksgiving; Charity; Community service
    • "Mr. and Mrs. George Dallas handing out Thanksgiving lunch boxes." --photo verso. Beginning in 1924 and well through the Great Depression years, successful Cleveland restaurateur, George Dallas, provided a free Thanksgiving meal to thousands of...
    • Mrs. George (Alma) Dallas serving pies

    • Dallas, George; Dallas, Alma; Restaurateurs; Restaurants; Restaurant workers; Great Depression; Thanksgiving; Charity; Community service
    • "Mrs. George Dallas serves "Hawley lunch" at Hawley House and gives away 5,000 Thanksgiving dinners." -- photo verso. Beginning in 1924 and well through the Great Depression years, successful Cleveland restaurateur, George Dallas, provided a free...
    • Sign for Hawley House Hotel and Grill

    • Hotels; St. Clair Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "Remembrance of things past is this sign on the historic Hawley House, W. Third St. and St. Clair Ave., once one of the city's finest hotels. The sign went up in the depression year of 1934, when potatoes were cheaper, tomatoes where cheaper,...
    • George Dallas

    • Dallas, George; Restaurateurs; Restaurants; Restaurant workers; Great Depression; Thanksgiving; Charity; Community service
    • Beginning in 1924 and well through the Great Depression years, successful Cleveland restaurateur, George Dallas, provided a free Thanksgiving meal to thousands of unfortunate Clevelanders who were facing hard times. Dubbed the "Samaritan of West...
    • Untitled (Jitterbug Dancer)

    • Karamu House; Works Progress Administration (U.S.); African Americans; Artists
    • Born in Oberlin and raised in Sandusky, Ohio, Charles L. Sallée, Jr. (1911-2006) enrolled at the Cleveland School of Art (now called the Cleveland Institute of Art) in the 1930s, , becoming its first African American graduate. He later taught at...
    • Swing Time

    • Karamu House; Works Progress Administration (U.S.); African Americans; Artists
    • Born in Oberlin and raised in Sandusky, Ohio, Charles L. Sallée, Jr. (1911-2006) enrolled at the Cleveland School of Art (now called the Cleveland Institute of Art) in the 1930s, becoming its first African American graduate. He later taught at...

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