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    • Area poet fined on smut charge

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Obscenity (Law); Actions & defenses; Poets; Poetry
    • "Darryl A. Levy, 24 year old poet, was fined $200 by presiding judge Albert A. Woldman of Juvenile Court yesterday. He was found guilty last month of acting in a way tending to cause the delinquency of minors." -- from Cleveland Plain Dealer...
    • Battling fires during Glenville riots of 1968

    • Glenville (Cleveland, Ohio); Glenville Shootout; Riots & demonstrations; Cleveland Police Department; Black militant groups; Radicalism; Fires; Fire fighters; Disasters
    • The events surrounding the Glenville Shootout occurred from July 23, 1968 to July 28, 1968 in Cleveland's Glenville neighborhood. Beginning as a gunfire exchange between Cleveland Police officers and radical militant group leader Fred (Ahmed)...
    • Beulah & Lakeview - where tow truck driver was wounded

    • Glenville (Cleveland, Ohio); Glenville Shootout; Riots & demonstrations; Cleveland Police Department; Black militant groups; Radicalism; Beulah Ave.; Lakeview Ave.
    • The events surrounding the Glenville Shootout occurred from July 23, 1968 to July 28, 1968 in Cleveland's Glenville neighborhood. Beginning as a gunfire exchange between Cleveland Police officers and radical militant group leader Fred (Ahmed)...
    • Beulah Ave.

    • Glenville (Cleveland, Ohio); Glenville Shootout; Riots & demonstrations; Cleveland Police Department; Black militant groups; Radicalism; Beulah Ave.
    • The events surrounding the Glenville Shootout occurred from July 23, 1968 to July 28, 1968 in Cleveland's Glenville neighborhood. Beginning as a gunfire exchange between Cleveland Police officers and radical militant group leader Fred (Ahmed)...
    • Brink's trucks in Glenville

    • Glenville (Cleveland, Ohio); Glenville Shootout; Riots & demonstrations; Cleveland Police Department; Black militant groups; Radicalism; Trucks
    • The events surrounding the Glenville Shootout occurred from July 23, 1968 to July 28, 1968 in Cleveland's Glenville neighborhood. Beginning as a gunfire exchange between Cleveland Police officers and radical militant group leader Fred (Ahmed)...
    • Buildings on fire in Glenville during riots of 1968

    • Glenville (Cleveland, Ohio); Glenville Shootout; Riots & demonstrations; Cleveland Police Department; Black militant groups; Radicalism; Fires; Disasters
    • The events surrounding the Glenville Shootout occurred from July 23, 1968 to July 28, 1968 in Cleveland's Glenville neighborhood. Beginning as a gunfire exchange between Cleveland Police officers and radical militant group leader Fred (Ahmed)...
    • Burned out auto at E. 114th. & Superior

    • Glenville (Cleveland, Ohio); Glenville Shootout; Riots & demonstrations; Cleveland Police Department; Black militant groups; Radicalism; E. 114th. St.; Superior Ave.; Destruction & pillage; Fires; Sohio; Automobile service stations
    • The events surrounding the Glenville Shootout occurred from July 23, 1968 to July 28, 1968 in Cleveland's Glenville neighborhood. Beginning as a gunfire exchange between Cleveland Police officers and radical militant group leader Fred (Ahmed)...
    • Camera car of WKYC

    • Glenville (Cleveland, Ohio); Glenville Shootout; Riots & demonstrations; Cleveland Police Department; Black militant groups; Radicalism; WKYC (Channel 3); Ohio National Guard; Destruction & pillage; Fires; Disasters
    • "Camera car of WKYC. Lost over $1,000 of camera equipment and 1968 Dodge station wagon."--photo verso.
      The events surrounding the Glenville1 Shootout occurred from July 23, 1968 to July 28, 1968 in Cleveland's Glenville neighborhood. Beginning...
    • Catch - 52

    • Uncle Sam; Hostages; Iran;
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of Uncle Sam reading a book called "Catch-52." A quote from the book reads "Whereby, in order to free the hostages, the United States is asked to apologize for past offenses in Iran, thereby incriminating itself as...
    • Charles Guiteau in his cell

    • Guiteau, Charles J. (Charles Julius), 1841-1882
    • Newspaper sketch of Charles Guiteau in his cell; Guiteau shot President James A. Garfield, July 2, 1881. The President died, September 19, 1881. Guiteau was found guilty of murder and hanged June 30, 1882.
    • Checking out guns and ammunition to patrolmen

    • Glenville (Cleveland, Ohio); Glenville Shootout; Riots & demonstrations; Cleveland Police Department; Black militant groups; Radicalism; Firearms
    • "At Fifth District, guns and ammunition are checked out to waiting patrolmen."-- photo verso.
      The events surrounding the Glenville Shootout occurred from July 23, 1968 to July 28, 1968 in Cleveland's Glenville neighborhood. Beginning as a...
    • Conscious intent to segregate cited

    • Cleveland Public Schools; Segregation; School integration
    • Plain Dealer (9/1/1976): "He reviewed the case for 199 pages. He concluded it in 3.1 pages. In it U.S. District Judge Frank J. Battisti found Cleveland and the state boards of education guilty of violating the 14th Amendment to the Constitution."
    • Coroner Gerber

    • Gerber, Samuel R., M.D.; Sheppard Murder Case; Coroners;
    • Coroner Samuel Gerber. He felt that Sheppard was guilty early on in the case. He held an inquest at Normandy Elementary School, where Sheppard lied about having an affair.

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