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    • Watergate: From Bad To Verse

    • Nixon, Richard;
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin divided into four panels. Each panel contains a limerick related to Watergate and three of the four panels include an caricature of Richard Nixon. The cartoon is signed in the lower left corner "Osrin 1973 The Plain...
    • Washington's (Cleveland Heights, Ohio)

    • Automobiles; Awnings; Buildings; Business districts; Markets; signs; Streets
    • Sepia-toned photograph of commercial district at intersection of Noble and Greyton roads, 2202 Noble Road. Includes Washington's Drugs & Soda at corner of Noble and Greyton roads in the Noble Nela commercial district. Signs in window include: ...
    • Warner Road Bridge by Miles Avenue, rush hour traffic in 1954

    • Warner Road Bridge over New York Central Railroad Tracks (Garfield Heights, Ohio); Traffic congestion; State Route 14 (Ohio); State Route 43 (Ohio); Railroad bridges
    • "A classic of confusion is traffic movement at the congested intersection of Warner Rd. and Broadway on the Southeast Side. Here's a picture of the cause--the narrow, outmoded Warner Road Bridge. A year ago the Burke administration announced plans...
    • Walther League

    • Meetings; Organizations
    • "Ohio district Walther League will hold its convention next Saturday and Sunday at Lutheran High School East in Cleveland Heights. Making plans to greet 450 delegates from Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia are Tom Gruber, Sandy Boyle (center) and...
    • Waiting to be hatched

    • Domes; Sports & recreation facilities; Editorial cartoons
    • Shows nine eggs shaking, waiting to be hatched, with their thoughts. The thoughts from the insides of the eggs include: "Easter Sunday, Almost time to be hatched," "Hey! Who're you?" "I guess we're twins. Wow!" and "I don't care what anyone says....
    • U.S. Steel Lorain, Ohio

    • Lorain (Ohio); Steel industry; Steel
    • "Innovation in the pipe shipping is promised by this gantry under construction at U.S. Steel's Lorain Works. The five-story-high crane will cruise freely on an 800-foot double-rail runway, between which will be stored pipe produced at the Lorain...
    • Time for a story

    • Shaker Heights; Shaker Square; Story telling; Cleveland Public Library
    • "Dressed in the costume of her native Korea, Mee Rhee, 12000 Fairhill Road, holds a story-telling session with three children, Renata and Rachel Cap, left, and Patti Lawton, all of Shaker Heights, in Shaker Square. Mee Rhee's story moment calls...
    • The Space Lattice Geodesic Dome in Living Color

    • Metals Park; Materials Park; Space Lattice; ASM World Headquarters; American Society for Metals; Fuller, R. Buckminster (Richard Buckminster), 1895-1983; Geodesic domes; Kelly, John Terence
    • Color postcard of the Space Lattice and ASM World Headquarters, both constructed by renowned Cleveland area architect John Terrence Kelly. The design for the Space Lattice was inspired by Buckminster Fuller. "Located 23 miles east of Cleveland on...
    • The Lower Depths

    • Theatrical productions; The Lower Depths
    • 1971 Fanfare yearbook collage of Cleveland State University's production of "The Lower Depths." Top row pictures are (left to right) an Michael Neelan and Russell Lowe and a close-up of Russell Lowe. Middle row pictures include (larger picture at...
    • The Fisher Bros. Co. (Cleveland Heights, Ohio)

    • Architecture; Automobiles; Awnings; Business districts; Grocery stores; Markets; Sidewalks; signs; Stadium Square Building (Cleveland Heights, Ohio); Streets
    • Black-and-white photograph of the Stadium Square commercial building at the southwest of S. Taylor Road and Superior Road. Signs include those for The Fisher Bros. Co. and Dedreux. In the north building of the Stadium Square commercial complex,...
    • Ten women visiting the Alpine Village

    • Alpine Village Restaurant (Cleveland, Ohio); Restaurants; Entertainment; Playhouse Square; Euclid Ave.
    • Women visiting the Alpine Village Restaurant, 1614 Euclid Ave on Sept 4, 1946. Patricia Kepic Zajac is the 2nd on the left, seated. Others include Mary Conte, Rose Singer, Betty Yenco, Irene Markus, Mary Torchook, Irene Eiernmann?, Ruth Sanders?...

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