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    • "Project Equality" members

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Civil rights; Committees; Clergy
    • "Project Equality L-R back row Lloyd S. Schwenger (Jewish Community Federation), Bishop Clarence Isseman, Arthur Heard, pres Cleve Cath Interracial council, Robvert F. Conway, executive director, Project Equality, ONE Ohio, Rev. Wm. R. Voelkel,...
    • Barbershop quartet with fake mustaches

    • WGAR (Radio station : Cleveland, Ohio); Radio stations; Radio industry; Singers; Radio personalities; Mustaches;
    • "HARMONIZING AND PUBLICIZING are Bill Beutel (left), Hal Morgan, Bob Smeley, and Tom Armstrong. What they're singing about is Beutel's Barbershop, which can be heard every Saturday over WGAR at 5:05." - photo verso
    • Betty Ott and Frances Bolton

    • WGAR (Radio station : Cleveland, Ohio); Radio stations; Radio industry; Politicians; Radio personalities; Women; Bolton, Frances Payne Bingham, 1885-1977
    • "SPEAKING ON DROPOUTS, Cong. Frances Bolton (R-O) talks to Betty Ott, WGAR women's director in Washington. The interview on high school dropouts will be heard tomorrow on Ladies Day (10:10 a.m., WGAR). " - photo verso
    • Bond store advertising campaign meeting

    • Bond Store; Department stores
    • “The Cleveland Press, Thursday, March 15, 1973 ... Bonded Program - Cleveland area personnel of Bond Stores today heard about the chain's expanded and ambitious advertising campaign for 1973 at a breakfast meeting in the Marriott Inn at Interstate...
    • City Club Forum: Terrance C.Z. Egger, president and publisher, The Plain Dealer [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Cleveland Plain Dealer; Newspaper publishing; Printing And Publishing In Cleveland
    • Friday Forum: ''Terrance C. Z. Egger, the new president and publisher of The Plain Dealer, sat down with Albert Ratner, one of the city's most accomplished business leaders, and heard sobering news about the region's economic malaise.'' The Samuel...
    • Clarendon Hotel

    • Hotels; Ontario St. (Cleveland, Ohio); St. Clair Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "Wall between Hotel Clarendon and Chinatown" -- photo verso. "A temporary injunction, restraining wreckers from demolishing the north wall of Hotel Clarendon, located at St. Clair avenue and Ontario street, was granted to David R. Hawley this...
    • Cleveland International Program

    • International organization
    • Participants in the Cleveland International Program, representing 34 countries, heard first-hand information about city government from Councilman David Strand of Ward 16. The young people were honored at a reception in the City Hall rotunda in the...
    • Cleveland Pipers coach John McLendon, Joe Wise, Ron Hamilton, Jim McCoy, Tony Windis

    • Basketball; Cleveland Pipers (Basketball team); Wise, Joe; McDonald, Bill; McLendon, John B.; Hamilton, Alexander J.; McCoy, Jim; Windis, Tony; Freeman, Corny; Curtis, Chuck; African American basketball coaches
    • "Front L-R Coach John McLendon, Joe Wise,Ron Hamilton, Jim McCoy, Tony Windis. Rear L-R Dick Berghoff, Doyle; Edmiston, Corny Freeman, Gene Tormohlen, Ralph Crosthuraite, Chuck Curtis, Delton Heard" -- photo verso. The Cleveland Pipers were...
    • Cleveland Public Auditorium, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Cleveland Public Auditorium; St. Clair Ave.; East 6th St.; Lakeside Ave.; Public Hall; Group Plan; Public buildings
    • "THE CLEVELAND PUBLIC AUDITORIUM Cleveland has the largest public auditorium and exhibit hall in the world. This immense building, erected at a cost of $6,900,000, has a seating capacity of 12,500 and when used for expositions, it affords 190,000...
    • Communists of Cleveland facing charges

    • Marching; Communism; Communist Party; Communists
    • "The photo top (left to right) shows Charles Gwynn of Lansing, O., Betty Gannett of New York, Tom Johnson and Jack Rose of Cleveland. Gwynn and Johnson were convicted at St. Clairsville, Belmont county, on charges of criminal syndicalism in...
    • Crowd at history lecture

    • Severance Hall (Cleveland, Ohio); Severance Hall; Lectures and lecturing; Crowds; University Circle (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "CAPACITY CROWD AT SEVERANCE HALL heard Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver of the Templre and Gov. G. Mennen Williams of Michigan speak on the history of Israel. Also on the program was David S. Tesher, Israeli consul general in Chicago, who brought...
    • Demolition of the Theatrical Grill

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Short Vincent (Cleveland, Ohio); Demolition; Theatrical Grill
    • "Roar like roll of giant dice was heard on Short Vincent today as workmen began knocking down walls to level fire ruins of the Theatrical Grill. Owner Morris (Mushy) Wexler says a new restaurant, bigger and better than ever, will rise from the...
    • Fenn College marketing class

    • Fenn College; Cleveland (Ohio); Teaching; Iglauer, Jay; Evans, Everett; Skeath, William; Dix, William; Clarker, Robert; Beneke, Elroy
    • "By JACK WARFEL ... Practical teaching by more than 70 representatives of Cleveland business, industrial and professional groups today was inaugurated in Fenn College classrooms. First visiting instructor from Fenn's newly expanded college...
    • First Presbyterian (Old Stone Church)

    • Churches; Architecture, sacred; First Presbyterian Church on the Public Square (Cleveland, Ohio); First Presbyterian Church on the Public Square (Cleveland, Ohio); Old Stone Church (Cleveland, Ohio); Presbyterian churches; Presbyterians; Public...
    • First Presbyterian Church (Old Stone Church). 91 Public Square. 1833. Architects: Heard & Porter. Interior designed by Charles Schweinfurth.
    • First Presbyterian (Old Stone) Church

    • Architecture, sacred; First Presbyterian Church on the Public Square (Cleveland, Ohio); First Presbyterian Church on the Public Square (Cleveland, Ohio); Old Stone Church (Cleveland, Ohio); Presbyterian churches; Presbyterians
    • First Presbyterian Church (Old Stone Church). 91 Public Square. 1833. Architects: Heard & Porter. Interior designed by Charles Schweinfurth

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