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    • Youngstown Sheet and Tube shift change

    • Youngstown (Ohio); Steel industry strikes; Iron & steel workers; Little Steel Strike; Youngstown Sheet and Tube
    • "WORKERS CHANGE SHIFTS AT YOUNGSTOWN AFTER A BUSY DAY. Tired but happy after a 12-hour shift of refiring [sic] the huge furnaces of the Youngstown Sheet and Tube Company, these workers are leaving the plant after work had resumed following Gov....
    • Youngstown Sheet and Tube reopened

    • Youngstown (Ohio); Steel industry strikes; Iron & steel workers; Little Steel Strike; Martial law; Youngstown Sheet and Tube
    • "WORKERS STREAM INTO REOPENED YOUNGSTOWN STEEL PLANT. Following Governor Davey's promise of protection to workers going back to the job at the re-opened Youngstown Sheet and Tube Company, hundreds of steel men flocked back to the job at the...
    • West 117th Street explosion, 1953

    • Lakewood (Ohio); West 117th St.; Highland Ave.; West 117th Street explosions, 1953;
    • On September 10, 1953 a series of explosions believed to have been caused by sewer gases ripped up a one mile stretch of West 117th St. from Lake Ave. south to Berea Rd. The explosions left one woman dead and more than 60 injured and destroyed...
    • Weiss All-Stars of Cleveland, Ohio

    • Softball; Athletics; Sports; Weiss, Alta; Weiss All-Stars;
    • Weiss All-Stars. Team member Alta Weiss, a native of Ragersville, Ohio, became a celebrity in the Cleveland area when she made her pitching debut with the all-male, semiprofessional Vermilion Independents on September 2, 1907. More than 1,200 fans...
    • View of The Arcade

    • Arcade
    • Upper left corner, card front: artist's rendering of Lady Liberty seated near the American flag, peering into the face of an American eagle. A scroll at her side reads "Greetings from picturesque America." The other image on the front is a view of...
    • Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church

    • Churches; Germans; West 30th St.; Ohio City; Lutheran churches
    • "Trinity Lutheran Church's congregation will celebrate its 110th anniversary tomorrow with a special service at 10:30 a.m. The Rev. Arthur H. Ziegler, the congregration's seventh pastor, will deliver the sermon. The 90-year-old church at W. 30th...
    • The Death of Danton

    • Theatrical productions; The Death of Danton
    • Photo of Keith Ezell as Danton and Sharon Bosse as Julie, his wife. The story of political intrigue following the French Revolution is the premise for Cleveland State University's 1984 production of "The Death of Danton."
    • The Death of Danton

    • Theatrical productions; The Death of Danton
    • Photo of Melanie Boeman as Lucille, wife of Camille Desmoulins, (Rick Burke) a journalist who was executed following the French Revolution when Maximilian Robespierre assumed dictatorial power and sent Georges Danton and his friends to their deaths...
    • Telenews Theater

    • Theaters; Correspondence
    • "This is "Write To Servicemen" Week! Telenews in cooperation with the Cleveland Press invites you to correspond with the boys in the army. Ample writing facilities in the downstairs lounge. Telenews will pay the postage! The Columbia short, "How to...
    • Stinchcomb-Groth Memorial in Rocky River Reservation of the Cleveland Metroparks

    • Cleveland Metropolitan Park District (Ohio); Stinchcomb-Groth Memorial; Rocky River Reservation; Monuments & memorials; Stinchcomb, William Albert; Groth, Harold W.
    • "Stinchcomb monument in Rocky River Metroparks"--photo verso. William Albert Stinchcomb (1878-1959) was the founder of the Cleveland Metroparks and served as the director of the Cleveland Metropolitan Park District until he retired in 1957. Harold...
    • Stinchcomb-Groth Memorial in Rocky River Reservation

    • Rocky River Reservation; Rocky River Valley; Stinchcomb-Groth Memorial; Stinchcomb, William Albert; Cleveland Metropolitan Park District (Ohio); Groth, Harold W.
    • William Albert Stinchcomb (1878-1959) was the founder of the Cleveland Metroparks and served as the director of the Cleveland Metropolitan Park District until he retired in 1957. Harold W. Groth was appointed park director following William Albert...
    • Steel Treaters Reach New Heights

    • American Society for Metals; American Society for Steel Treating; Metal Show
    • Select pages from the September 30, 1926 issue of "The Iron Age." The main article discusses the success of the American Society for Steel Treating's 8th annual convention and steel and machine tool exposition held in Chicago from Sept. 20-24....

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