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    • 2220 Grandview Avenue fireplace (Cleveland Heights, Ohio)

    • Bowls (Tableware); Candlesticks; Christmas trees; Clocks & watches; Fireplaces; Lamps; Mantels; Mirrors; Newspapers; Tables; Teapots; Violins; Wreaths
    • Photo which is part of a collection of A.S. Ludlow of Vermillion. The accompanying letter, dated 2/10/1957, describing the early history of the Bellfield/Grandview area is at 2000.004.25. This photo is labeled on the back, "The way the mantel [at...
    • 3563 Lloyd Rd., Cleveland, Ohio in 1966

    • Lloyd Road (Cleveland, Ohio); Houses; Remodeling; Business enterprises
    • "Noticeable Change can be seen on the home's exterior after it was remodeled by Academy Construction Company. Besides installing aluminum siding, the company added awnings, a patio canopy and aluminum railings on the home at 3563 Lloyd Rd."...
    • Owens, Jesse: 1936

    • Owens, Jesse (1913-1980)
    • "A star athlete and his greatest admirer. Before official reception committees could get to Jesse Owens aboard the liner Queen Mary on his arrival in New York City, Mrs. Jesse Owens and the athlete's parents greeted the triple record-breaker of the...
    • 'We gave it our best' -- Joseph Cole

    • Cleveland Press; Newspaper industry; Newspaper headlines; Newspapers; Publishing industry; Publishers
    • This is an article written by Cleveland Press publisher Joseph E. Cole announcing the closing of the Cleveland Press. The article ran on the front page of the final issue of the newspaper Thursday, June 17, 1982.
    • "No breakfast is complete without one"

    • Plain Dealer; Newspapers; Advertisements; Girls
    • "This series of Cleveland Plain Dealer Post Cards consists of 16 subjects. A Post Card Coupon cut from The Plain Dealer gets you one card; 15 Coupons get you the entire series. No charge" -- card verso. On the front, a little girl in pajamas is...
    • "Poets read at Gate Friday"

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy];Poets; Poetry; The Gate; Coffeehouses; Poetry Readings; Wagner, d.r.; rjs (Robert J. Sigmund)
    • "Poets read at Gate Friday..." -- Newspaper clipping of article detailing poetry reading held at The Gate coffeehouse, Friday evening, July 1, 1966. From The Cauldron (Fenn College student newspaper), June 29, 1966 edition.
    • Abandoned East 2998 75th Street house

    • Building deterioration; Urban renewal; Demolition; Public housing; Public housing projects; Abandoned buildings; East 75th Street (Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland City Council
    • "Demolition of eyesore in the Garden Valley Area has been expedited following complaints about the vacant two-family home at 2998 E. 75th St. this week. ... Councilman Charles Carr complained that the building, purchased by the city for the Garden...
    • Actors in production of You Can't Take It With You

    • Cuyahoga Community College; Theatrical productions; Actors
    • "CATCHIN UP on the latest adventures of --- ,Rheba, played by Basuho, and her boyfriend, played by Leslie Flake, read newspaper reports of the Sycamore family. Both appear in "You Can't Take It With You." slates for production at Cuyahoga Community...
    • Advertisement for the Templin-Bradley Company

    • Agriculture; Urban agriculture; Seeds; Seed trade; Plants; Nurseries (Horticulture); School gardens; School children; Urban beautification; Mail-order businesses; Catalogs
    • Newspaper advertisement for Dutch bulbs sold by the Templin-Bradley Company: "Most complete and modern establishment in America for handling seeds bulbs, shrubs, evergreens. Cleveland's own garden headquarters."
    • Aerial view of City Hospital

    • Cuyahoga County Hospital System (Cchs); MetroHealth; Hospitals; Health care facilities; Metropolitan General Hospital; City Hospital
    • "City Hospital. Largest municipal institution of its type in the state, is shown in this air view looking to the north from houses on Aiken Ave. Hospital units, left to right in the foreground are Lowman Pavilion for tubercular patients, Hamann...

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