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    • Hotel staff in "El Gaucho" suite

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Short Vincent (Cleveland, Ohio); Hotel employees; Hotels; Hollenden Hotel
    • "A BIT OF LATIN AMERICA has been moved into the 10th floor of Hotel Hollenden where three newly-decorated suites for entertaining have been opened... - Tillie Marshall, Marion Ferguson, Letha Day, Hollenden employees in new 'El Gaucho' suite" -...
    • Bob Hope

    • Hope, Bob; Entertainers
    • "Ageless Trouper -- The legendary Bob Hope, today still going strong at 76, will look back on three decades of entertaining American service personnel in 'Bob Hope Overseas Christmas Tours: Around the World with the Troops; 1941-1972,' a two-part...
    • Announcement for the opening of the Allen Theatre, 1921

    • Allen Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Premieres; Announcements; Playhouse Square Center
    • "Announcing the opening of the one of America's most exceptional theatres, The Allen, Playhouse Square's Newest, Euclid at E. Fourteenth Street, Direction Jules and J. Jay Allen. Presenting the utmost in photoplay attractions, Allen Premier Concert...
    • Carolyn Watt and Olga Godec dance at Alpine Village

    • Pirchner's Alpine Village (Cleveland, Ohio); Dancers; Godec, Olga; Watt, Carolyn
    • "Carolyn Watt, left, 1082 Cliffdale avenue, Lakewood, and Olga Godec, 16903 Grovewood avenue, East cleveland, entertaining audience at Alpine Village from new elevator dance floor which rises to table height during floor show."--photo verso.
    • Allen Theatre Marquee in 1979

    • Marquees; Playhouse Square Center; Allen Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Conservation & restoration
    • "Damaged sign of old Allen Theatre downtown" -- photo verso. The Allen Theatre Marqee on March 15, 1979. The Allen was not used as a theater from the Mid 1970s until 1994. During this period it was used as a laserium, a restaurant at different...
    • Bob Hope

    • Hope, Bob; Entertainers; Celebrities; Comedians
    • "During these days Bob Hope is constantly surrounded by servicemen. Hope devotes much of his time to entertaining men in camps, and has just completed a tour of Alaska and Aleutian bases. Hope's first broadcast returning to the air will originate...
    • George Jessel at the Ohio Theatre

    • Playhouse Square Center; Ohio Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Actors; Jessel, George, 1898-1981
    • "George Jessel entertaining the chorus in the 'Jazz Singer' after a rehearsal" -- photo verso. Jessel starred in the "Jazz Singer" on Broadway but his salary demands were too much for Warner Brothers who cast Al Jolson in the film version, which...
    • Playhouse Square, looking west, Cleveland, Ohio in the Fall of 1956

    • Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; State Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Palace Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Theaters
    • "K-41-Playhouse Square, Looking West, Cleveland, Ohio. Cleveland's Playhouse Square, on Downtown Euclid Avenue, is the heart of the entertainment section. Home of WJW-TV is show at left." -- card verso. The photograph itself was from 1956.
    • Euclid Avenue Ca. 1960

    • Euclid Ave.; Playhouse Square Center; Stores & shops; Bonwit Teller
    • "Looking East at 13th Street toward Playhouse Square. Heart of Cleveland's retail district of department stores and fine shops." --card verso. Bonwitt Teller was a retailer specializing in high end women's apparel that reached its peak in the late...
    • Planning war bond broadcasts

    • Playhouse Square Center; Palace Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); War bonds & funds; WJW Radio
    • "Planning a Theme Song for the Treasury Theater Picture taken backstage at the Palace Theater when Treasure Department Officials and radio station WJW executives met Ted Fio Rito to plan theme song for Treasury Theater Broadcasts starting Tuesday,...
    • Free Beer bar at the Loew's State Theatre

    • Bartenders; State Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; Prohibition
    • "Tommy Allen, bartender at State's free beer bar serves Patricia Morley, Adeline Bendon and Selma Marlowe" -- photo verso. The Cullen-Harrison act, which repealed Prohibition, was signed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on March 22, 1933 the day...
    • Cover of menu for Herman Pirchner's Alpine Village

    • Playhouse Square Center; Pirchner's Alpine Village (Cleveland, Ohio); Restaurants; Menus; Pirchner, Herman, 1908-2009
    • A 1943 Menu from Herman Pirchner's Alpine Village which billed itself as "Cleveland's Only Theatre Restaurant." Located in Playhouse Square, it drew some of the biggest names in entertainment, both as performers and as patrons, as well as...

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