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    • Contented boy, Bruce Higham

    • Berea Children's Home; Guidestone; Berea (Ohio); Children; Orphans; Orphanages; Higham, Bruce
    • Bruce Higham was a resident of the Berea Children's Home from spring 1937 until spring 1944. "The house mother was Miss Jane. We had several assistants come and go over this period. I was there the longest. When I arrived, everyone already there...
    • Bruce Higham under the Christmas tree

    • Berea Children's Home; Guidestone; Berea (Ohio); Children; Orphans; Orphanages; Higham, Bruce; Christmas trees
    • Bruce Higham was a resident of the Berea Children's Home from spring 1937 until spring 1944. "The house mother was Miss Jane. We had several assistants come and go over this period. I was there the longest. When I arrived, everyone already there...
    • Bruce Higham with fellow residents at the Berea Children's Home

    • Berea Children's Home; Guidestone; Berea (Ohio); Children; Orphans; Orphanages; Higham, Bruce
    • Bruce Higham was a resident of the Berea Children's Home from spring 1937 until spring 1944. "The house mother was Miss Jane. We had several assistants come and go over this period. I was there the longest. When I arrived, everyone already there...
    • Closeup photograph of Bruce Higham

    • Berea Children's Home; Guidestone; Berea (Ohio); Children; Orphans; Orphanages; Higham, Bruce
    • Bruce Higham was a resident of the Berea Children's Home from spring 1937 until spring 1944. "The house mother was Miss Jane. We had several assistants come and go over this period. I was there the longest. When I arrived, everyone already there...
    • 16913 Detroit Avenue - John C. Hall House

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Detroit Ave. (Lakewood, Ohio)
    • The John C. Hall House at 16913 Detroit Ave. Built in 1875, it embodied all the beauty of the Victorian period, an almost square structure with floor to ceiling windows, a front portico with corinthian pillars, and an elaborate balcony above the...
    • Helen Millikin Nash

    • Nash, Helen Millikin; Hathaway Brown; Botanical gardens; Cleveland Botanical Garden; Garden Center Of Greater Cleveland; Shaker Lakes; Philanthropists; Conservation of natural resources
    • "Miss Helen Nash wears gowns worn by Mrs. Victor Phillips sv. of the 1902 period the hat, coat, dress, umbrella. A perfect color ensemble of that era of fashion" -- photo verso.
    • Allen Theatre Marquee in 1979

    • Marquees; Playhouse Square Center; Allen Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Conservation & restoration
    • "Damaged sign of old Allen Theatre downtown" -- photo verso. The Allen Theatre Marqee on March 15, 1979. The Allen was not used as a theater from the Mid 1970s until 1994. During this period it was used as a laserium, a restaurant at different...
    • Bal Risque woman

    • Kokoon Club; Masquerades; Costumes; Art clubs; Artists; Art
    • Black and white photograph taken under the logo of the Kokoon Club's 1934 Bal Risque shows a young woman posing, perhaps in the costume of a movie chorine or the period.
    • Barons scoring first goal in game

    • Cleveland Barons; Hockey; Sports
    • "Barrons [sic] first goal - early in 2nd period - #17 Bill Orban - Barrons [sic], #30 - Lynn Zimmerman - goalie - Rochester, #3 - Doug Dunville - Rochester, #9 - Darryl Sly - Rochester - Hockey Action '71" - photo verso
    • Baseball writers honor Boudreau and Frick

    • Baseball; Cleveland; Cleveland Indians; Boudreau, Lou, 1917-2001
    • "Baseball Writers honor Boudreau and Frick New York: National League President Ford Frick (right), and Lou Boudreau, manager of the Cleveland Indians, hold the plaques they received Feb. 6 during the New York baseball writers annual dinner, held in...
    • Boy Drawing

    • Karamu House; Works Progress Administration (U.S.); African Americans; Artists;
    • Hughie Lee-Smith (1915-1999) was born in Florida and moved to Cleveland at age 10. After finishing high school in 1934, Lee-Smith won a scholarship from the Scholastic Awards exhibition held at Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Institute, which enabled him to...
    • Boy Thinking

    • Karamu House; Works Progress Administration (U.S.); African Americans; Artists
    • Hughie Lee-Smith (1915-1999) was born in Florida and moved to Cleveland at age 10. After finishing high school in 1934, Lee-Smith won a scholarship from the Scholastic Awards exhibition held at Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Institute, which enabled him to...
    • Carnegie Ave. at night

    • Carnegie Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Time exposure photographs
    • "Here's the Carnegie story, a time-exposure taken from the Bolton Square Hotel with cars headed east in the one-way period last night. In the left lanes you see streaks of light made by cars going freely eastward. In right, or slow, lanes cars...

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