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    • Zelma George

    • George, Zelma Watson; Opera singers; Activists; Cleveland Job Corps; Diplomats;African Americans; Karamu House; Cuyahoga Community College; United Nations
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    • "Kent, Ohio, Cuyahoga River"

    • Rivers; Streams; Bridges; Mills; Canals; Photograph albums
    • A correspondent wrote to us on July 3, 2007 to say: Concerning your "Mystery Photo Album:" On page two, photo 15, labeled as "Kent, Oh." I thought I would add some clarification on it. What you've got is a shot looking towards downtown Kent - in...
    • A.R. and C.F. Nunn Funeral Home, 15407 Detroit Ave.

    • Funeral homes and Funeral practices; Detroit Ave.; A.R. and C.F. Nunn Funeral Home
    • "Announcement. Adolph R. Nunn and Charles F. Nunn announce the opening of their new funeral home at 15407 Detroit Avenue at Mars Avenue. This new home in modern appointments and quiet, dignified surroundings exemplifies the type of service that we...
    • Back cover of the From Akron album

    • From Akron; Bands; Music; Musicians; The Crypt; The Bizarros; Rubber City Rebels; Firestone, Rod; Clic, Buzz; Pelton, Stix; Mullens, Ron; Sake, Pete; Bent, Rod; Walker, Terry; Clone Records; Parkins, Don; Parkins, Jerry; Nicholis, Nick; Bushflow...
    • Back cover of From Akron, the split album released in 1977 with the Bizarros on one side and The Rubber City Rebels on the other. Rick Garberson had not yet joined The Bizarros on drums. And depending who you ask Donny Damage was not on the album...
    • Cinerama at the Palace Theatre, 1958

    • Cinerama; Palace Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; Marquees; Parmadale Children's Village Of St. Vincent De Paul
    • In 1956 the Palace Theatre removed 1800 seats from main floor (from Row 22 on back). 2 upper boxes (closest to stage on either side) were also removed to make room for installing the Cinerama equipment. It reopened November 14, 1956, with "This Is...
    • Free customer bus to William Taylor Department Store

    • Department stores; Transportation; William Taylor Son & Co.; Employees
    • "FREE BUS to TAYLOR'S" -- photo front. "[text cut off] minutes from the Euclid Ave. entrance of the Rapid Transit Terminal, to the store, to E. 14th St. and Huron Rd., where passengers may board for the westward ride to the store, then back to the...
    • Front cover of the From Akron album

    • From Akron; Bands; Music; Musicians; The Crypt; The Bizarros; Rubber City Rebels; Firestone, Rod; Clic, Buzz; Pelton, Stix; Mullens, Ron; Sake, Pete; Bent, Rod; Walker, Terry; Clone Records; Parkins, Don; Parkins, Jerry; Nicholis, Nick; Bushflow...
    • Front cover of From Akron, the split album released in 1977 with the Bizarros on one side and The Rubber City Rebels on the other. Rick Garberson had not yet joined The Bizarros on drums. And depending who you ask Donny Damage was not on the album...
    • Hauling grapes for the Fall harvest

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Wine; Wine industry
    • "'63 September - fall grape harvest. Several farmers raised rapes in Avon, Avon Lake, and Westlake, and participated in a Welch Co-op program. The picked grapes were placed in the yellow boxes and taken to the scale at the Avon Lake Feed Mill to...
    • Hotel Cleveland, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Hotel Cleveland; Hotels; Superior Ave.; West 3rd St.
    • "Hotel Cleveland, Cleveland, Ohio."--card front.
      Corner street view of exterior of Hotel Cleveland, streetcars, automobiles and people are on either side of the corner view.
    • Interior view of entrance doors

    • Rose Building (Cleveland, OH)
    • View of main entrance doors from interior foyer. Glass windows surmount a metalwork decorative panel above one single door. On either side of the single door, two revolving doors are visible. All doors are solid metal with glass inserts. ...
    • Leo Heider on a motorcycle

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Motorcycles; People;Law enforcement officers
    • "Leo G. Heider was either a State Trooper or Deputy Sheriff, and rode a 1921-27 Indian motorcycle. It had a 74 cubic inch motor and every 400-500 miles it required an oil change. Top speed was 75 MPH. Underneath the front light was a tool box."
    • Main entrance post-alteration

    • Rose Building (Cleveland, OH)
    • View of the post-alteration main entrance. Framed windows surmount a filigree panel; beneath this panel is a metalwork decorative panel with the words ""Rose Building"". Five glass entrance doors are at the ground level. Metalwork signs on either...

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