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    • Cleveland Press launches their Community Gardening drive: "Dig In!," April, 1975

    • Agriculture; Contests; Cleveland Press; Cleveland; Journalism; Journalists; Gardening; Food; Vegetables; Harvesting; Farm relief; Urban beautification; Food; Food relief; Food supply; Gardens; Families; Economic & social conditions; Vegetables;...
    • The Cleveland Press launches the "Dig In!" campaign to "make Cleveland a garden of plenty" with the goal of setting up as many community gardens as possible. "Press to help you hoe for food and fun; Press will help you dig for food," are the...
    • Miles School Tract Garden Weiner Roast for outstanding gardeners, August, 1960

    • Agriculture; Gardens; Students; Teenagers; School children; Vegetables; Food; Food supply; Tract gardens; Cleveland Public Schools; Miles Ave.; Hats; Frankfurters; Parties; Green Thumb Club; Plain Dealer; Guests; Straw hats; Families; Cleveland...
    • "Miles School Garden Green Thumb party"--photo verso. "Weiner roast at the tract for outstanding gardeners. 'It's not all work and sweat'"--from caption mounted below photo.
    • Getting full value from your school garden

    • Agriculture; People associated with agriculture; Cleveland Public Schools Horticulture Program; Gardening; Gardens; School gardens; Schools; Public schools; Cleveland Public Schools; Teaching; Teachers; Report cards; Summer; Families
    • "GETTING FULL VALUE
      FROM YOUR SCHOOL GARDEN PROJECT" is the title of this instructional brochure published in 1967 for students and their parents with a home garden. The brochure includes:
      1. Instructions for Summer Garden Care
      2....
    • Allan and Eugene Klingshirn

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Families
    • "'40 Allan and Eugene Klingshirn standing by the front porch of their home on Webber Road." (per photograph description from donor)
    • Pitts family, early 1900s, Avon Lake, Ohio

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Families; Men; Women; Children
    • The Pitts family in front of their home, Avon Lake, Ohio. Pictured from left to right are: (top row) Abbie, daughter, (born September 1878 in Ohio), Christopher, father, (born January 1848 in Ohio), Gertudi, mother, (born August 1857 in Ohio),...
    • DeChant sons, 1941

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Family; Families
    • "Edward and Florence DeChant had five sons, pictured from the left: Edward, Philip, Woodrow, Charles, and Richard, 1941. This photo was taken at their home on Avon Belden, where they farmed fruit orchards and grapes. The Avon Lake practice...
    • DeChant family, circa 1932

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Family; Families
    • "The Edward W. DeChant family, circa 1932, taken at their residence on Miller Road. This house is still located on Miller Road and note the wooden plank sidewalk." (per photograph description)
    • Frey siblings

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Group portraits; portraits; portrait photographs; families
    • Ben, Julia, and May Frey sit for portrait.
    • City Club Forum: Peter Lawson Jones, Cuyahoga County commissioner [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Fathers & children; Families' Cuyahoga County Government; Lawson-Jones, Peter; Learning; History
    • Friday Forum: ''The [Cuyahoga County] Fatherhood Initiative,'' Peter Lawson Jones, Cuyahoga County Commissioner. ''Mission: Our vision at Cuyahoga County is to have every father in the county have a productive positive relationship with his...
    • City Club Forum: Annette Gordon-Reed, author [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Gordon-Reed, Annette; Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826; Hemings, Sally; African Americans; Slavery;...
    • Friday Forum: ''The Hemingses of Monticello,'' by Annette Gordon-Reed, winner of the Anisfield-Wolf Book Award. The Lucile and Robert Hays Gries Memorial Forum on Cultural Arts. See Further Reading for citation.
    • Families sending off children at bus stop

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Cleveland Public Schools; Families; African Americans; School buses; School integration; Segregation; Busing (School integration)
    • "(Grandma) Juanita Barry & Simia Sims, 6, 16409 Clearview - Thelma Norman & Thea, 6, 4649 E. 162, Cheryl Brown & Clayton, 6, 4648 E. 162nd - Schools - Cleveland - Desegregation" - photo verso.

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