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    • Cleveland port with overseas cargo ships

    • Harbors; Cargo Ships; Lakefront
    • “Nine 'salties' nearly fill our port … Overseas cargo ships nearly filled Cleveland’s port yesterday [text cut off] ships to be in at any one time so far this year. The ships are referred to as 'salties' in maritime lingo, as [text cut off] the...
    • National Restaurant Association

    • Group Plan; Cleveland Public Hall; Cleveland Public Auditorium; Restaurants; Social & civic facilities
    • "America's conventionitis [sic] produces conclaves of all sorts, from the International Association of Cracked Egg Handlers to the National Cemetery Association. This convention crowd is milling about in the 'Idea Corner' of the National...
    • Halloween party at William Taylor Department Store

    • Parties; Department stores; William Taylor Son & Co.; Employees
    • "Aylor's [sic] Halloween Party will start at 5:30 p.m. today when employees of the department store -- sales girls, carpenters, stockroom clerks, and executives numbering nearly 800 -- will gather for a turkey dinner, games and door prizes. It is...
    • Chinese dragon balloon

    • Cleveland; Christmas; Floats (Parades); Parades
    • "Chinese Dragon, 125 feet long, will crawl along Euclid Ave. Sunday, Dec. in The Press Christmas Parade. It will be one of 40 giant balloon attraction. A unit from Mills Bros. Circus will also be on parade, including live animals and fairytale...
    • Severance Hall

    • Severance Hall (Cleveland, Ohio); Severance Hall; University Circle (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA HOME for nearly 30 years is majestic Severance Hall, built at a cost of nearly $3,000,000 by John Long Severance in memory of his wife, Elisabeth. An extensive acoustical remodeling program was carried out int he concert place...
    • Polish Americans and their communities of Cleveland [e-book]

    • Polish; Ethnic and race relations; Ethnic groups; Ethnic neighborhoods; Ethnic relations; Immigration and Ethnicity
    • "Courageous, proud and daring, the Poles are like the eagle that has served as their national emblem since the twelfth century. They have preserved their culture and national identity against the nearly insurmountable odds of debilitating alien...
    • Dr. Sam Sheppard with his trainer,  George Strickland

    • Homicides;Sheppard Murder Case;Sheppard, Sam;Strickland, George;Wrestling; Criminal investigations
    • "Dr Samuel Sheppard (left) puts a headlock on his trainer, George Strickland, as he readies himself for his first public wrestling appearance which will be a benefit match in Waverly, Ohio on August 9th. The proceeds will go to the Pike County...
    • Frank Miller gypsy funeral

    • Gypsies; Funeral processions; Bands; Romanies
    • "Frank Miller, 26, heir to the leadership of the 500-member gypsy colony of Cleveland, was buried yesterday amid surroundings he cherished most - a joyous occasion filled with people and blaring music. ... A five-piece brass band had accompanied...
    • Roger Blough ore carrier setting out for sea trials

    • Cargo ships; Shipping; Ships; Ship trials; Ore carriers; Lake Erie
    • "Freighter Ready for Sea Trials After Long Delay ... Lorain, Ohio: The Roger Blough sets out for sea trials on Lake Erie June 12th, nearly one year behind schedule. The 858-foot lake freighter was being prepared for sea trials June 24, 1971, when...
    • Walter Halle and three honorees

    • Department stores; Halle Brothers Co.
    • "Halle's 25-year club welcomed 17 new members last night with a dinner at the Mid-Day Club and $1000 awards. Shown with Walter Halle (second from left), the department store's board chairman, are Mrs. Beatrice Stern (left), Miss Helen Friel and...
    • Independence Rd.

    • Independence Road (Cleveland, Ohio); Streets
    • "Independence Rd., where trucks and autos travel in almost continuous streams during rush hours, has some of the worst paving in the city. This picture looks down Independence Rd. near the Republic Steel Defense Plant and the Corrigan McKinney...
    • New 14-acre windowless, air-conditioned Painesville rayon plant

    • Industrial Rayon Corporation; Rayon; Textile industry; Midland-Ross Co.; IRC Fibers; Synthetic Fibers; Industrial Rayon-Painesville
    • "Industrial Rayon Corporation's new 14-acre, windowless, air-conditioned plant at Painesville, Ohio, for continuous spinning of new rayon yarns, is ready for operation. It will ultimately provide employment for nearly 1000 men and women and is to...
    • Vacant Mausoleum of Harris family

    • Cemeteries; Erie St. Cemetery
    • "Ivy covered church on the green of any small village in England is this simple Gothic reproduction in Erie Cemetery. It was used by the [text crossed out] Harris family but is now vacant as all were removed to Lake View Cemetery. Josiah Albert...
    • Parma public schools production of "All American"

    • Schools; School children; Theatrical productions
    • "Janelle Fuelling and John Franks provide the chief love interest in the production of "All American" which involves nearly eighty students from the Parma public schools." --photo verso.

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