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    • Viktor Schreckengost, 1939

    • Schreckengost, Viktor, 1906-2008; Artists; Sculpture; Industrial design; Pottery
    • Viktor Schreckengost, shown at age 32. Schreckengost produced some of the 20th century's most influential industrial designs for ceramics, trucks, printing presses, bicycles, toys, lawn furniture, flashlights, and streetlights. He was often...
    • A step in time [video]

    • Folk dance music; Folk dancing; Greater Cleveland Ethnographic Museum
    • Video of informal dancing in the Greek, Irish, and Slovenian communities of Cleveland, Ohio. Produced by the Greater Cleveland Ethnographic Museum, ca. 1980s.
    • Paint mix tanks on train car outside Patterson-Sargent plant

    • Patterson-Sargent Company; Paint industry; Industrial facilities; Warehouses; Hamilton Ave. (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • Two paint mix tanks sit on a train car outside the Patterson-Sargent plant, which produced BPS paint products. The plant was located at East 38th Street and Hamilton Avenue and is now owned by State Industrial Products.
    • The Story of Your Newspaper from the Inside

    • Cleveland Press; Employees; Newspapers; Newspaper industry
    • This 31-page brochure, published by the Cleveland Press around 1938, describes how the newspaper was produced and was given as a memento to citizens who visited the newspaper plant. It discusses the functions of the newspaper departments including...
    • Program for the week of August 8, 1943, featuring "Lost  Horizon"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theater programs; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Spayde, Sydney H.; Set designers; Russell, Walter S.
    • The theatrical production for the week of August 8, 1943 was Anne Coulter Martens and Christopher Spegel's "The Lost Horizon", based on the popular novel by James Hilton. The version performed at Cain Park Theatre was adapted by Beau Bruestle and...
    • The story of your newspaper from the inside [e-book]

    • Cleveland Press; Newspapers; Newspaper publishing; Newspaper employees
    • The story of your newspaper from the inside: its production step by step. This 31-page brochure, published by the Cleveland Press around 1938, describes how the newspaper was produced and was given as a memento to citizens who visited the...
    • Color Me Gone EP

    • Color Me Gone; Cabaniss, George; Jones, Marti; Sternberg, Liam; Music; Musicians; Bands;
    • The only release by the band Color Me Gone. Produced by Liam Sternberg, who produced the Akron compilation album, the group was led by Hammer Damage, Dead Boys and Bad Dude guitarist George Cabaniss and singer and guitarist Marti Jones.
    • Rescuing people from the Cleveland Cinic Fire

    • Cleveland Clinic Disaster; Disasters; Fires
    • The Cleveland Clinic fire of May 15, 1929 is believed to have been caused by poisonous gases produced from x-ray film and an exposed light bulb. The disaster claimed the lives of 123 people, including Clinic patients, employees and visitors....
    • Cleveland Clinic staff

    • Cleveland Clinic Disaster; Disasters; Fires
    • The Cleveland Clinic fire of May 15, 1929 is believed to have been caused by poisonous gases produced from x-ray film and an exposed light bulb. The disaster claimed the lives of 123 people, including Clinic patients, employees and visitors.
    • Damage causes by Clinic fire

    • Cleveland Clinic Disaster; Disasters; Fires
    • The Cleveland Clinic fire of May 15, 1929 is believed to have been caused by poisonous gases produced from x-ray film and an exposed light bulb. The disaster claimed the lives of 123 people, including Clinic patients, employees and visitors.
    • Cleveland Clinic, exterior view

    • Cleveland Clinic Disaster; Disasters; Fires
    • The Cleveland Clinic fire of May 15, 1929 is believed to have been caused by poisonous gases produced from x-ray film and an exposed light bulb. The disaster claimed the lives of 123 people, including Clinic patients, employees and visitors.
    • Tending to victims of the Cleveland Clinic fire

    • Cleveland Clinic Disaster; Disasters; Fires; Disaster victims; Hospitals
    • The Cleveland Clinic fire of May 15, 1929 is believed to have been caused by poisonous gases produced from x-ray film and an exposed light bulb. The disaster claimed the lives of 123 people, including Clinic patients, employees and visitors.

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