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    • Youngsters near League Park, 1935

    • League Park (Cleveland, Ohio); Stadiums; Children; Baseball
    • League Park is located at E. 66th. and Lexington Ave in Cleveland. Built in the late 1800s, the ballpark was the site of numerous historic sports moments, including Cleveland Indians pitcher Bob Feller's first game (1936), the...
    • Workers preparing to reopen saloon, 1934

    • League Park (Cleveland, Ohio); Stadiums; Bars
    • "1558 E. 66th. St. -- getting old saloon in shape to reopen, left to right; Joe Tekavec, 1256 Norwood Rd., Geo Jardine, 9411 Edmunds Ave., Rudolph Polzer, 16196 Huntmere Ave."--photo verso.
      League Park located at E. 66th. and Lexington Ave in...
    • 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,...
    • Weiss All-Stars of Cleveland, Ohio

    • Softball; Athletics; Sports; Weiss, Alta; Weiss All-Stars;
    • Weiss All-Stars. Team member Alta Weiss, a native of Ragersville, Ohio, became a celebrity in the Cleveland area when she made her pitching debut with the all-male, semiprofessional Vermilion Independents on September 2, 1907. More than 1,200 fans...
    • Vendor at League Park

    • League Park (Cleveland, Ohio); Stadiums;
    • "Getting ready for coffee and hot dogs at League Park."--photo veros.
      League Park is located at E. 66th. and Lexington Ave in Cleveland. Built in the late 1800s, the ballpark was the site of numerous historic sports moments, including Cleveland...
    • Turtle Neck

    • Karamu House; Works Progress Administration (U.S.); African Americans; Artists
    • Fred Carlo (1914-1964) was born in the Roaring Third precinct. His talents were nurtured practically from the cradle. His mother was a gifted artist who taught ceramics at Karamu. Carlo became a fine jewelry maker, enamelist and ceramist, but is...
    • Tri-C theatre students

    • Cuyahoga Community College
    • "Charlene Murphy as Beline, "comforts" her hypochondriac husband Argan, played by Michael Lawless, while Bonnefoi, played by Mark Telmaik, plans to give Beline some legal advice in 'The Imaginary Invalid.' The Moliere comedy runs Wednesday through...
    • Tri-C production of 'Your Own Thing'

    • Cuyahoga Community College; Students; Musical revues & comedies
    • "THE NURSE, played by Eileen Gallagher (left), discovers that Sebastian, played by Nolan Rice (right), is not the patient she thought he was in the uproariously confusing musical 'Your Own Thing'. The play, a rock musical version of Shakespeare's...
    • Tree perch, League Park

    • League Park (Cleveland, Ohio); Stadiums; Trees
    • League Park is located at E. 66th. and Lexington Ave in Cleveland. Built in the late 1800s, the ballpark was the site of numerous historic sports moments, including Cleveland Indians pitcher Bob Feller's first game (1936), the first unassisted...
    • 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...
    • Tool Shed

    • Karamu House; Works Progress Administration (U.S.); African Americans; Artists
    • Fred Carlo (1914-1964) was born in the Roaring Third precinct. His talents were nurtured practically from the cradle. His mother was a gifted artist who taught ceramics at Karamu. Carlo became a fine jewelry maker, enamelist and ceramist, but is...
    • Tolstoy's Nikita and Anisya

    • Cuyahoga Community College; Actors; Theatrical productions
    • "MOMENT OF TENDERNESS-Anisya, played by Judith Liska, enjoys a fleeting moment of tenderness with her lover, Nikita, played by Edward Ziemnik, in the Leo Tolstoy play, "The Power of Darkness". The play will be presented at Cuyahoga Community...
    • Ticket line at League Park

    • League Park (Cleveland, Ohio); Stadiums; Spectators
    • League Park is located at E. 66th. and Lexington Ave in Cleveland. Built in the late 1800s, the ballpark was the site of numerous historic sports moments, including Cleveland Indians pitcher Bob Feller's first game (1936), the first unassisted...
    • Tic-tac-dough

    • Editorial cartoons; Cleveland Public Schools
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of a blackboard covered in tic-tac-toe games under the heading Teachers vs. School Board. The games were played between "X's" and "$'s", but all ended without a winner-- as cat's games. The cartoon is signed and...
    • The Time of Your Life

    • Theatrical productions; The Time of Your Life
    • Photo of Jessica Klein, as the mysterious Mary L. sharing a moment with Mark Hare (Joe). Nick, the bartender/owner, played by Jim Dilger listens in the background in this scene from Cleveland State University's 1990 production of "The Time of Your...
    • The Pajama Party at the Robin Hood

    • Pajama Party; The Robin Hood; The Nelsons; Music; Musicians; Bands; Bars (Drinking establishments)
    • The Pajama Party was an event the Surf Band The Nelsons hosted at Kent's Robin Hood in 1980. The Vapors (Unit 5) also played during the evening.

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