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    • Attendees at Burial of the Fiddle

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Hungarians; Hungarian-Americans; Violins; Manners & customs; Rites & ceremonies
    • "burial of the fiddle - front row, left to right: John Jakab, president Hung. Better Business Association, Mrs. Jakab; Nicholas Szekley, restaurateur; Anton Babich; Mrs. Babich; Rear row, Louis Toth, president Businessmen-Tradesmen's Club. Martin...
    • Children chasing foul balls

    • Cleveland Stadium; Cleveland Municipal Stadium; Crowds; Children; Screens; Baseball
    • "Kids scamper for foul ball on stadium screen -- something that happens countless times during a ball game. Fans could be sapred this nuisance and the ball club could save a lot of baseballs if someone would tighten the net so balls wouldn't get...
    • Community leaders at Hungarian Bazaar opening

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Hungarians; Hungarian-Americans; Clergy; Bazaars
    • "L to R - Rev. Joseph Herczegh, First Hung. Ref. Church, Rev. William Danda, First " Baptist " Rev. Fr. Eugen Tabackovich, St. John Hung. Greek Cath Church, Dr. Louis Alesy, Hung. general consul, John Jakab, 12602 Griffing Ave. chman bazaar -...
    • Albert Balog funeral

    • Gypsies; Funeral processions; Bands; Violins; Music ensembles; Romanies
    • "Photo caption: A score of gypsy musicians played a final farewell to viola and violin player Albert Balog in front of his home at 1736 Fulton Rd. today. (Press Photo by Bill Nehez)

      Article: By Dick Feagler

      A score of gypsy...
    • Sign at sporting event

    • Cleveland Stadium; Cleveland Municipal Stadium; Crowds; Sports spectators; Signs
    • "Sign was removed by stadium police, but was hung again later in game. It apparently was removed because it hung over advertising sign - Stadiums - Cleveland - Crowds - Municipal" - photo verso. The sign says "2 in a row Nick must go! [text...
    • Stadium Banner

    • Cleveland Municipal Stadium (Cleveland, Ohio); Banners
    • "Sign was removed by stadium police, but was hung again later in game. It apparently was removed because it hung over advertising sign."--photo verso.
    • Fans hanging from rafters at Indians game

    • Cleveland Stadium; Cleveland Municipal Stadium; Crowds; Sports spectators; Baseball; Cleveland Indians; New York Yankees
    • "SMP4 CLEVELAND, O.: Fans literally hung from the rafters in Cleveland Stadium Sept. 12 as every vantage point was taken to see the double-header and final meeting of the season between the New York Yankees and Cleveland Indians. A possible record...
    • Fred Streeter

    • Criminals; Homicides; Family
    • Accused of Murder and Robbery, Fred Streeter was hung for his crimes on Feb. 26 1864.
    • Porgy ("To the Gilpin Players")

    • Karamu House; Works Progress Administration (U.S.); African Americans; Artists
    • Before coming to Cleveland, Richard R. Beatty (1899 - 1961) studied at the Carnegie Insititute in Pittsburgh and the Chicago Art Insititute. In 1925, he worked in the print department of the Cleveland Museum of Art, and then in 1929, in the print...
    • Library Halloween Parties, 1974, teenagers in costume

    • Cleveland Heights - University Heights Public Library; Libraries (Rooms); Teenagers; Events; Halloween; Parties; Autumn; Costumes
    • Black and white photo of three teenagers posed in costume at a Cleveland Heights - University Heights Public Library, Lee Road Branch, Halloween party. A girl in the middle, holding a broom, wears a sash that reads Miss Halloween. Two of the...
    • Helen Klein and Lahry Baechle at masque bal

    • Kokoon Club; Masquerades; Art clubs; Klein, Hellen Mae; Baechle, Lahry J.
    • Black and white photograph of a couple in costume posing against a sheet hung as backdrop. "Kokoon Club Hellen Mae Klein 1676 E.117 Lahry J. Baechle 11707 Castlewood."---Verso of photo.
    • Groceries for the Ayatollah

    • Brezhnev, Leonid; Khomeini, Ruhollah; Soviet Union; Iran
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of Soviet Union leader Leonid Brezhnev. In the first panel he is on the phone saying "A loaf of bread, some milk, butter, and a head of lettuce. You got it!" while a man in the background is listening in. In the...
    • Avon Lake Drugs, 1935

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Drugstores;
    • Exterior of store, located on Lake Rd., circa 1935. From a collection of large framed photos that hung in the store depicting it through the years.
    • Avon Lake Drugs, 1945

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Drugstores
    • Exterior of store, located on Lake Rd., circa 1935. From a collection of large framed photos that hung in the store depicting it through the years.

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