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    • Program for the week of June 22, 1942, featuring "Rio Rita"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theater programs; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Duerr, Edwin.; Little theater movement; Set designers; Gentile, Gerard; Dance; Choreography; Slater, Phyliss
    • The theatrical production for the week of June 22, 1942, "Rio Rita", with music by Harry Tierney, lyrics by Joseph McCarthy, and book by Guy Bolton and Fred Thompson. The Cain Park Theatre production was staged by Edwin Duerr and directed by Handel...
    • 7th grade students from Burton, Ohio in 1918.

    • Class photographs; Students
    • A class photo of 7th grade students from Burton, Ohio in 1918. According to the verso the students identified in the first row are Albert Blake, Esther Hale, Otis Sparrow, Marjorie Fox. In the second row are Rullend? Hall, Murray Telantt?, Leon...
    • Toboganning at Mill Stream Run Reservation in Strongsville

    • Cleveland Metropolitan Park District (Ohio); Strongsville Reservation; Tobogganing; Childhood & youth; Mill Stream Run Reservation;
    • "Carting their toboggan, with the Chalet of Strongsville Reservation Metropolitan Park behind them are (left to right), Andy Legerski, Tim Sweeney, Rick Spelig and Guy DiCarlo of Holy Cross School"--photo verso. The toboggan house is in the...
    • Opera stage crew

    • Cleveland Stadium; Cleveland Municipal Stadium; Set designers; Stage management; Opera
    • "Left to right: J. B. Fitzgerald, stage carpenter, Public Hall, Dr. Ernst Lent (former stage director), La Scala, Milan, Metropolitan Opera, - stage director Stadium Opera Co., Guy Golturman, director, Stadium, Opera, Lawrence A. Higgins - of...
    • Mold makers at Cowan Pottery Studio

    • Cowan Pottery Studio; Potteries; Pottery; Rocky River (Ohio)
    • Guy Malcolm (in background) and John Waugh, chief mold maker (in foreground), are designing molds from plastic models, ca. 1930.
    • Cowan Pottery spray booths

    • Cowan Pottery Studio; Potteries; Rocky River (Ohio)
    • Guy Cowan devised spray guns for applying glazes to pottery. Left to right: Irving Shupe, Clarence Brunt and Ray Todd work at specially designed spray booths.
    • Walter Barrett Creamery Co., after 1935

    • Dairy products industry; Potteries; Rocky River (Ohio); Cowan Pottery Studio
    • This was the site of the Cowan Pottery Studio and showroom. House to the right was where Guy Cowan's parents' lived. The Barrett Family bought all this property in 1935 for their creamery.
    • Defendants in courtroom

    • Gambling; Cleveland (Ohio); Courtrooms; Judicial proceedings
    • "Cavaliere - far right - second row, Jerry Neistadt - bald man far left with back turned, Leanza - short guy in front of Cavalier, Borcellino - Dapper man in front with inside of hat showing, Sandy Dublo - between Amato & Borsellino" - photo verso.
    • President James A. Garfield Monument  (Vertical Images)

    • Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881; Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881 -- Death and burial; Garfield Monument (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • Message reads: "Hello Kid we are coming home Saturday night. O, you kid, some time I had! I was flirting with head guy on the boat coming from Put-in-Bay. O, you kid. Elsie" Addresses Misses Grace Hawker of 151 Superior St. of Youngstown Ohio.
    • James A Garfield Home, Mentor, Ohio

    • Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881; Lawnfield (Mentor, Ohio)
    • Garfield Home, Mentor, Ohio. On Back: "My Dear One,/ This is Wednesday night so you might know how I feel, and hope you feel the same. Charles Boltsman, a guy in South Euclid, wants me to go to State Fair his cousin works on the rail road so it...
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    • Grove, Roy; Cartoons; Cartoonists; World War I; Soldiers; Ships
    • Roy Grove World War I cartoon depicting a soldier on a ship. This cartoon appeared in the Cleveland Press on January 12, 1919. Hand-written caption on verso: "YES, SIR, THE SAME GUY WHO TOOK US OVER IS TAKING US BACK." Signature J. R. GROVE.

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