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    • Arnold Pinkney and Daughter

    • Pinkney, Arnold D.; Cleveland Public Schools; School boards; Civil rights leaders; Civil Rights Movement; Political elections; African Americans
    • "Tracy [Traci] Pinkney had to promise her daddy that she had her homework finished before she was allowed to come to the victory party that saw her father receive the plaudits as winner of the Cleveland mayoralty primary." -- photo verso
    • Arnold Pinkney celebrates with campaign supporters

    • Pinkney, Arnold D.; Cleveland Public Schools; School boards; Civil rights leaders; Civil Rights Movement; Political elections; African Americans
    • "Well Wishers -- A cheering throng welcomed Arnold Pinkney to the podium last night in the Sheraton-Cleveland Hotel as he acknowledged his victory in Cleveland's mayoral primary election." -- photo verso.
    • Booth Memorial Hospital

    • Booth Memorial Hospital; Maternity hospitals; Salvation Army
    • "Booth Memorial Hospital, 1881 Torbenson Drive, Cleveland 12, Ohio, Telephone: IVanhoe 1-4015" -- card verso. "Booth is an accredited maternity hospital, operated by the Salvation Army. Its primary objective is service to the patient and community....
    • Bunts Road - south of Nickel Plate Road crossing

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Bunts Rd. (Lakewood, Ohio)
    • Looking south along Bunts Rd. from the NKP crossing. Bunts is a primary north-south route through the eastern Lakewood. Starting at Clifton Blvd., Bunts continues into Cleveland becoming West 140th St. It is named for Harry Bunts, a lawyer and real...
    • Bunts Road and Merl Avenue

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Bunts Rd. (Lakewood, Ohio); Merl Ave.
    • Bunts Rd. looking north from the Nickel Plate Road crossing towards Merl Ave. Bunts is the primary north-south route through the eastern Lakewood. From Clifton Blvd., Bunts continues south into Cleveland becoming West 140th St. It is named for...
    • Candidates in the 1977 Cleveland mayoral election dine together

    • Perk, Ralph J.; Kucinich, Dennis; Feighan, Edward F.; Kennedy, Alyson; Mayors; Dinners and dining; Political elections
    • The candidates in the 1977 Cleveland mayoral election--incumbent Ralph J. Perk, Dennis Kucinich, Alyson Kennedy, and Edward F. Feighan--dine together. Under election rules at the time, the top two vote-getters in the primary election, regardless of...
    • City Club Forum: Dr. George Wald, Harvard University biologist [audio]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; Local government; City Club Forum; Wald, George, 1906-1997; Scientists; Nobel prizes; War; Moral aspects of war; Antinuclear...
    • Dr. George Wald, professor of biology, Harvard University, one of three awarded the Nobel prize in 'physiology or medicine', ''for their discoveries concerning the primary physiological and chemical visual processes in the eye.'' The topic for this...
    • City Club Forum: Tim Hagan and Tim McCormack in Cuyahoga County commissioner debate [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Hagan, Tim; McCormack, Tim; Politicians; Political elections; Corruption; Cuyahoga County (Ohio)....
    • Special Forum: Democratic primary debate: current County Commissioner Tim Hagan and former County Commissioner Tim McCormack debate for the Democratic nomination for the office of Cuyahoga County Commissioner. This forum is followed on Wednesday...
    • Cleveland Travel Lodge, 1545 West 25th Street

    • Cleveland Travel Lodge; Motels; West 25th St.
    • "Cleveland Travel Lodge 1545 West 25th Street, Cleveland, Ohio, Tel: 216-861-2171, TWX 216 574-9584, 81 units-television-musak-individual air conditioning and heat-direct dial telephone-baby cribs. A member of the world's largest network of fine...
    • Dormitory living room of Hathaway Brown School

    • Hathaway Brown School; Dormitories; Living rooms; Students; Girls; Studying; Girls' schools; Children reading & writing; Reading
    • Six young girls are sitting in arm chairs and sofas studying in the dormitory living room of Hathaway Brown School in Shaker Heights, Ohio. This space was eventually turned into the Hathaway Brown Primary School.
    • Eagle Avenue Viaduct, lift span

    • Cuyahoga River; Cleveland Union Terminal; Eagle Avenue Viaduct (Cleveland, Ohio); Vertical lift bridges; Bridges, Steel; Earnest, G. (George) Brooks
    • Built in 1931, the Eagle Avenue Viaduct was Cleveland's first vertical lift bridge as well as the 6th vertical lift bridge in the United States. The viaduct's primary purpose was to link both sides of the Flats. The viaduct was demolished in 2005.
    • Edward F. Feighan, State Representative, democrat, District 8

    • Feighan, Edward F.; Legislators; State government; Political campaigns; Politicians; Veterans Memorial Bridge (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "Dear Friend, Next Tuesday, May [illegible] in the Democratic Primary, we will have the opportunity to elect one of our neighbors as our State Representative. Because ED FEIGHAN is a personal friend of mine, I know that he can do a great deal for...
    • Father Coughlin addresses large Cleveland rally

    • Cleveland Stadium; Political conventions; National Union for Social Justice (U.S.); Coughlin, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1891-1979
    • "In a giant rally held in Cleveland's stadium on May 10, Father Charles E. Coughlin, famed radio priest, spoke on behalf of Ohio Congressional candidates endorsed by the National Union for Social Justice. In staging this rally just before the Ohio...
    • Father Coughlin addresses large Cleveland rally

    • Cleveland Stadium; Political conventions; National Union for Social Justice (U.S.); Coughlin, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1891-1979
    • "In a giant rally held in the stadium at Cleveland, O., on May 10, Father Charles E. Coughlin, militant radio priest spoke in behalf of Ohio Congressional candidates endorsed by the National Union for Social Justice. In staging this rally, the...

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