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    • Advertisement for the Fulton Paint Co.

    • Advertisements; Paint industry; Fulton Paint Co.
    • "Free big paint book. Mail this card at once. It will bring you absolutely FREE the finest paint book you ever saw. This book shows 93 beautiful colors of Fulton house & barn paints, enamels, stains and varnishes, and gives you direct factory...
    • Teacher's manual for use with advanced garden graphs, by Paul R. Young, 1944

    • Agricultural education; Cleveland Public Schools Horticulture Program; Vegetables; Lesson plans; Horticulture; School gardens; Teaching; Education; Teaching--Aids and devices
    • "Teacher's manual for use with advanced garden-graphs; Suggestions for teaching materials and procedures to make effective the lessons covered in this general science text in practical gardening; by Paul R. Young, Supervisor of School Gardening;...
    • Feeding Cleveland: Urban Agriculture Collection Gallery Exhibit, May 6, 2009

    • Agriculture; Cleveland Public Schools Horticulture Program; Agricultural exhibits; Victory gardens; Vegetables; Photographic prints; People associated with agriculture; Food relief; Food supply; Gardening; Mall gardens
    • The Feeding Cleveland: Urban Agriculture gallery exhibit is a representative selection of images from the online digital collection with the same name. The gallery exhibit is scheduled to run from May 1 through August 31, 2009 in the Campbell...
    • Ernest Bohn with pilot, 1929

    • Aircraft; Airports; Pilots; Bohn, Ernest J.; Public housing; Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority
    • Ernest J. Bohn, Ohio's state representative in 1929, standing with an unnamed pilot. Bohn would later become chairman of the Cleveland City Planning Commission from 1942 to 1966 and also the director of Cleveland Metropolitan Housing Authority from...
    • 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?...
    • Flier advertising the 1976 New Year's Eve Show at the Crypt in Akron

    • Bands; The Dead Boys; Rubber City Rebels; King Cobra; The Crypt; Akron (Ohio); Bars (Drinking establishments); Nightclubs; Bands; Music; Fliers (Printed matter)
    • Flier advertising the 1976 New Year's Eve show at the Crypt. The show featured King Cobra, who were the management of the Crypt, who shortly changed their name to The Rubber City Rebels after one of their songs. Also performing was Devo, whose...
    • Ernest Bohn talking to an audience, 1933

    • Bohn, Ernest J.; City planning; Cleveland (Ohio). City Planning Commission; Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority; Audiences; Public speaking
    • Bohn helped found the Cleveland Metropolitan Housing Authority in 1933. Landlords initially dismissed Bohn's speeches about public housing, believing that the government could not maintain a housing development with rent of 5 to 8 dollars a week....
    • Ernest Bohn, 1927

    • Bohn, Ernest J.; City planning; Cleveland (Ohio). City Planning Commission; Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority; Portraits
    • A head shot of Ernest Bohn: Ohio's state representative in 1929. Later, he became chairman of the Cleveland City Planning Commission from 1942 to 1966 and also the director of Cleveland Metropolitan Housing Authority from 1933 to 1968 (the...
    • Home for children at Riverview public housing development, 1964

    • Bohn, Ernest J.; Public housing; Public housing projects; Foster home care; Riverview Terrace; Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority
    • "Home for children under the care of the County Child Welfare Division, is this suite in the new Riverview public housing on W. 25th St. It was furnished by women of the Children's Guild. The county agency has opened two units, each housing five...
    • Comic illustration of a boy being butted by a ram

    • Boys; Rams; Humorous pictures; The Sanitary Co.
    • "I will butt in on you on or about July 3 [1908]. Quiggle, representing The Sanitary Co., manufacturers and jobbers of plumbing supplies, Cleveland, Ohio." --card front. The salesman's full name was Christian V. Quiggle. He worked for the Sanitary...
    • Rear Sleeve of the 1978 Tin Huey Release Breakfast with the Hueys

    • Breakfast With The Hueys; Tin Huey; Bands; Music; Musicians; Clone Records; Bushflow Studios; Austin, Stuart; Lemans, Nappy; Gold, Harvey; Price, Mark; Carney, Ralph; Aylward, Michael
    • 1978 rear cover for Tin Huey's Breakfast With The Hueys. Recorded at Bushflow Studios, it was a Clone Record release. At the time drummer Stuart Austin was playing under the name Nappy Lemans.
    • The Pleasant Valley Road Bridge, in Willoughby Hills, Ohio

    • Bridges; Truss bridges; Chagrin River (Willoughby Hills, Ohio)
    • A through-truss bridge over the Chagrin River in Willoughby Hills, Ohio. The plaque beside it reads: "Ohio Historical Marker. The Pleasant Valley Road Bridge. This single lane Pleasant Valley Road Bridge was constructed in 1881 by the Wrought Iron...
    • Broad Street School - Conneaut, Ohio - 1955

    • Broad Street School; Schools; Conneaut (Ohio)
    • "Medieval Castle" is Conneaut's scornful name for the 61-year-old Broad Street School. Two other old schools, 57 and 54 years old, also would be replaced under a $1,500,000 levy proposed for a November vote. Conneaut School Board has asked an...
    • Vandalized city sign

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Doan Brook; Vandalism; Hough Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Gordon Park; Parks; Signs; Doan Brook
    • "Sign of the times is the vandalism on this sign at Hough Ave. and Liberty Blvd. Part of Councilman Earl Hooper's name was broken off from the slat on which it was written, causing Hooper to speculate: 'It's probably politics.' Like most other city...

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