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    • Bobby Washington goes up for shot

    • Basketball; Cleveland Cavaliers (Basketball team : 1971-1972); Cleveland Cavaliers (Basketball team); Washington, Bobby; Detroit Pistons (Basketball team)
    • "Bobby Washington goes up for shot with four seconds left, misses shot, but draws a foul as massive Bob Lanier knocks him to the floor with a body block.Washington threw in two foul shots to give the Cavs a 1 point victory" -- photo verso.
    • 21st Street Bridge construction in Lorain, Ohio

    • Bridge construction; Lofton Henderson Memorial Bridge (Lorain, Ohio); Black River; Truss bridges; Bridges, Steel
    • Construction of East 21st Street Bridge across the Black River in Lorain, Ohio. With construction starting in 1938, the bridge has a massive 1,700 foot single span 'Through Truss Cantilever Style'. The 21st Street High Level was renamed the Lofton...
    • City Club Forum: Marsha Johnson ''Marty'' Evans, president and ceo, American Red Cross [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Evans, Marsha Johnson; Preparedness; American Red Cross; Volunteers; Disaster relief
    • Friday Forum: ''The American Red Cross: Calling on angels,'' with Marsha Evans, president and ceo, American Red Cross. ''The American Red Cross . . . is a massive nationwide complex networks for all intents and purposes, volunteers, well over a...
    • City Club Forum: Thursday Debate: Jennifer Brunner and Greg Hartmann [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; State government; Political elections; Brunner, Jennifer
    • Thursday Debate: Secretary State of Ohio candidates, Jennifer Brunner and Greg Hartmann. Hartmann's prospects for the election are poor, after most Ohio newspapers endorsed Brunner, which was followed by this information in Daily Kos: ''Adding to...
    • Rocky River Bridge, south elevation, looking west, 1976

    • Detroit-Rocky River Bridge; Rocky River; Bridges, Arch; Watson, Wilbur J.; Rocky River Concrete Arch Bridge (Rocky River and Lakewood, Ohio)
    • Shows the south side of the Rocky River Bridge from below the deck, showing the bridges' massive concrete arches in 1976. Rocky River, Ohio is visible in the background. In the 1960s, deterioration of the Rocky River Bridge became a serious...
    • Federal Reserve Bank, Cleveland, Ohio.

    • Federal Reserve Bank Of Cleveland; Superior Ave.; East 6th St.; Banks
    • "The monumental structure housing the Fourth District Federal Reserve Bank was completed in 1923 at a cost of $7,500,000. Its massive vaults contain hundreds of millions of dollars in gold and currency." -- card verso.
    • Cleveland Hopkins International Airport

    • Hopkins Airport; Airports
    • "Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. Cleveland, Ohio. An aerial view of the massive Cleveland Aiport that has served Cleveland and its environs for four decades. As seen from the air the freight and passenger terminals, Hopkins Hotel, hanger...
    • 1467 Lewis Drive

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Lewis Dr.
    • Designed by architect Clarence Mack and built in 1919, the house features a steeply pitched gambrel roof that contains a second story, a massive chimney in the center of the roof, and three dormers with shed roofs each in the front and rear.
    • Dailey, Mack Lee. Funeral Program

    • Obituary; Funeral; Funeral rites & ceremonies; Memorial rites & ceremonies
    • Mr. Mack Lee Dailey died on August 28, 1982. He was a U.S. Navy Vetaran. He died after suffering a massive heart attack on Wednesday, August 25, 1982. Mr. Dailey was born in Asheville, North Carolina and moved to Cleveland in 1918. His funeral was...
    • NAACP disputes school integration plan

    • Cleveland Public Schools; NAACP; School integration; Segregation; Busing
    • Cleveland Press (11/14/1975): "It would be integration by choice. For thousands of secondary students at least, there would be no need for massive forced busing. * * * This is a composite view of how some Cleveland school officials see the future...

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