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    • Interview with Bruce H. Akers, Vincent C. Campanella and Richard A. Ganim, May 6, 2011 [video]

    • Akers, Bruce H.; Campanella, Vincent C.; Ganim, Richard A.;Perk, Ralph J.;Mayors; Mayoral Administration of Ralph J. Perk; Politics and Government; Oral histories; Recollections; Interviews; Klein, Richard
    • Bruce H. Akers served the Perk Administration first as Special Executive Assistant (1975-76) and then as Chief of Staff (1976-77). He also served on the Pepper Pike City Council for many years (1971-75, 1979-91). Mr. Akers further distinguished...
    • Original Script for Square Pegs

    • Bands; Music; Musicians; Waitresses; Square Pegs
    • Script for the 1982-1983 CBS sitcom starring Sarah Jessica Parker. The Waitresses wrote and performed the theme song and appeared on the first episode as a band at a school dance, and played I Know What Boys Like.
    • Willis Hudlin

    • Baseball; Cleveland Indians; League Park (Cleveland, Ohio); Hudlin, Willis
    • Willis "Old Ace" Hudlin pitched over 15 seasons for the Tribe and was the ace who delivered the pitch that Babe Ruth hit for his 500th. career homer.
      League Park is located at E. 66th. and Lexington Ave in Cleveland. Built in the late 1800s,...
    • Johnny Sain and Lou Boudreau with their trophies

    • Baseball; Cleveland; Cleveland Indians; Baseball players; Boudreau, Lou, 1917-2001
    • "Johnny Sain, Boston Braves pitcher (left) and Lou Boudreau, Cleveland Indians shortstop are shown with the trophies that were presented to them tonight (2/3) at the annual dinner of the Boston Baseball Writers association Sain received the James...
    • League Park

    • Baseball; Stadiums; Sports & recreation facilities; Sports spectators
    • League Park was the Cleveland Indians first home. It opened May 1, 1891 and reopened April 21,1910. The last game was played on September 21,1946. It was demolished 1951. Capacity: 9,000 (1891); 21,414 (1910). Architect: Osborn Engineering (1910).
    • Schaaf Junior High School Parma Basketball team

    • Basketball; Basketball players; Basketball coaches
    • "Basketeers of Henry J. Schaaf junior high school, Parma, are proud possessors of a handsome trophy cup awarded them recently for becoming champions of the Junior League Conference of Greater Cleveland. In the past season the Schaaf team played...
    • Interview with Robert T. Bennett, May 13, 2011 [video]

    • Bennett, Robert T.; Perk, Ralph J.; Mayors; Mayoral Administration of Ralph J. Perk; Politics and Government; Oral histories; Recollections; Interviews; Klein, Richard
    • Robert T. Bennett served as Perk’s campaign manager in the 1971 mayoral elections. He was also one of the mayor’s closest advisors. Prior to joining Perk’s team, Mr. Bennett was the campaign manager for U.S. Senator Robert Taft Jr. Mr. Bennett...
    • Interview with Robert T. Bennett and Patrick A. Sweeney, May 13, 2011

    • Bennett, Robert T.; Sweeney, Patrick A.; Perk, Ralph J.; Mayors; Mayoral Administration of Ralph J. Perk; Politics and Government; Oral histories; Recollections; Interviews; Klein, Richard
    • Robert T. Bennett served as Perk’s campaign manager in the 1971 mayoral elections. He was also one of the mayor’s closest advisors. Prior to joining Perk’s team, Mr. Bennett was the campaign manager for U.S. Senator Robert Taft Jr. Mr. Bennett...
    • Tormentors at the Bank on Experimental Night

    • Bush, Keith; Mullens, Ron; Christ, Johnny; Tormentors; Bands; The Bank; Experimental Night; Music; Musicians; Nightclubs
    • "Tormentors (Post Jimi) Bank Experimental Night"--photo verso. Jimi Imij had been the original bassist for the band, at this point Johnny Christ played bass and keyboards. Experimental Night was an evening the Bank held when the musicians could...
    • 1946 Program for "The Farmer Takes A Wife"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Amphitheaters; Parks
    • In 1946, Cain Park's production of "The Farmer Takes a Wife" starred Vincent Herst, Carl A. Wagner, Wilma Sparrow, and John L. Price. Burleigh Murray Reiff, who played Lucy Gurget, celebrated her 52nd show in the business when she performed in "The...
    • Program for the week of July 7, 1940, featuring "Street Scene"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theater programs; Theatrical productions; Rice, Elmer; Fuldheim, Dorothy; Pulitzer Prizes
    • Entertainment for the week began with a performance by the Choral Society of Cain Park Theatre, conducted by Dr. Charles D. Dawe, on Sunday, July 7, 1940. This was followed by a production of Elmer Rice's "Street Scene", which was performed on...
    • Scene from "Right You Are (If You Think You Are)", starring Marta Abba

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theatrical productions; Scene; Actresses; Abba, Marta; Pirandello, Luigi; Right You Are! (If You Think So)
    • Marta Abba (far right) played "Signora Flora" in the Cain Park Theatre production of "Right You Are (If You Think You Are)". The world-famous Italian actress appeared in numerous Italian and American films and Broadway productions throughout the...
    • Dramatic scene from "More Love, Brother"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theatrical productions; Scene; Shaker Heights (Ohio); Shakers
    • "Elder Sister Lydia is Clarice Eisenberg (with arms upraised). The two holding sister thankful (Carol Hallock), who has fainted, are Eldress Abigail (in front), played by Florence Fletcher and Sister Mercy, played by Ellen Eaves. The two men...
    • Program for the week of July 19, 1942, featuring "Right You Are! (If You think so)"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theatrical productions; Theater programs; Set designers; Abba, Marta; Pirandello, Luigi; Nobel prizes; Right You Are! (If You Think So); Schreckengost, Viktor, 1906-2008; Western Reserve...
    • Entertainment for the week began with a "Community Hour" performance by the Choral Society of Cain Park Theatre on Sunday, July 19, 1942. The evening also included a public discussion on the topic "Why do we fight?" by the Western Reserve...

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