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    • A Center for Continuing Education

    • American Society for Metals; Metals Park; Materials Park
    • Promotional brochure for the American Society for Metals' (ASM) continuing education programs. The brochure folds out to show an aerial view of the ASM headquarters at Metals Park (now Materials Park) with its various buildings labeled, including...
    • Crowd Leaving Municipal Stadium,

    • Stadiums; Cleveland Municipal Stadium (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "Stadium. On the lakefront in downtown Cleveland. An iron and concrete structure seating 78,000 persons and costing $2,500,000. Completed in July 1931. Its great outdoor arena is suitable for baseball and football games, boxing, exhibitions, and...
    • Crowds leaving Cleveland Municipal Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Stadiums; Cleveland Municpal Stadium; Sports; Sports & recreation facilities; Sports spectators
    • "Cleveland Municipal Staduim. On the shores of Lake Erie in downtown Cleveland. It is a steel and concrete structure seating 80,000 people and costing $2,500,00. It is a great outdoor arena suitable for baseball, football, boxing, exhibitions, and...
    • Jesse Owens breaks a world record in the 220-yard dash

    • Owens, Jesse; Athletes; Racing; Ohio State University; Track And Field Sports
    • "Jesse Owens of Ohio State [University] broke three world records and tied another in one of the greatest exhibitions in the history of track and field meets in the Big Ten contest at Ann Arbor, Mich. He is shown above winning the 220-yard dash in...
    • Jesse Owens races a horse

    • Owens, Jesse; Athletes; Horses; Racing; Stunts
    • "Man beats horse, San Mateo Calif.: Jesse Owens, co-holder of the world's 100-yard dash record, outruns a seven-year-old pacer, "The Ocean," in a feature of the pacing program at Bay Meadows, on June 19th [1948]. The fleet two-legged track star...
    • Jesse Owens runs the 100-yard dash

    • Owens, Jesse; Athletes; Track And Field Sports
    • "Ebony Comet attempts comeback. Newark, Ohio: Jesse Owens, the Ebony Comet from Ohio State who stole the show in the 1936 Olympics, is attempting a comeback. Jesse, during an exhibition here, ran the 100-yard dash against time in 9.9 seconds, and...
    • Restored Globe Theatre model

    • Building models; Globe Theatre (London, England : 1599-1644); Theaters; Shakespeare, William, (1564-1616)
    • Thanks to a grant from the federal Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), awarded by the State Library of Ohio, CSU’s Michael Schwartz Library and Theatre and Dance Department were able to have this historic model of the Globe Theatre...

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