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    • No. 11: Reserve Building - Cleveland, Ohio

    • African Americans; Reserve Building; East 55th St.
    • "The Reserve Building is located at the intersection of East 55 Street, Woodland, and Kinsman Avenues, one of the busiest points in this great Metropolitan city. The upper floors provide office space for many business and professional enterprises....
    • Arab-Americans and their communities of Cleveland [e-book]

    • Arab Americans; Ethnic and race relations; Ethnic groups; Ethnic neighborhoods; Ethnic relations; Immigration and Ethnicity
    • The contributions of the Syrian and Lebanese people in the political, educational, professional and business life of America are numerous. These achievements were made despite serious obstacles and prejudices which they faced in the early years....
    • Pipers president and coach

    • Basketball; Basketball coaches; Cleveland Pipers (Basketball team); McLendon, John B.; Siegfried, Larry; Steinbrenner, George M. (George Michael), 1930-
    • "Piper President George Steinbrenner, Larry Siegfried and Piper Coach John McLendon" -- photo verso. The Cleveland Pipers were Cleveland's first professional basketball team which was part of the American Basketball League. John McLendon is known...
    • Wesley Boone

    • Basketball; Cleveland Pipers (Basketball team); Boone, Wesley; McLendon, John B.; African American basketball coaches; Basketball coaches
    • Wesley Boone is handed the ball by John McLendon on left. John McLendon was the first African American head coach of a professional basketball team, the Cleveland Pipers. The Pipers were Cleveland's first professional basketball team (1961-1962).
    • Foul called on #22 Kansas City

    • Basketball; Cleveland Pipers (Basketball team); Brott, Dick; Adams, Jack; Kansas City Steers (Basketball team)
    • Kansas City Steers playing the Cleveland Pipers in the American Basketball League in 1961. The Cleveland Pipers were Cleveland's first professional basketball team. "Foul called on 22 K.C. win [illegible] 30 Pipers Dick Brott 40 - Piper - Jack...
    • James Darrow of the Cleveland Pipers

    • Basketball; Cleveland Pipers (Basketball team); Darrow, Jimmy; Basketball players; American Basketball League
    • "Pipers James Darrow, #12, and Wright, #21" -- photo verso. The Cleveland Pipers were Cleveland's first professional basketball team and one of the first racially integrated professional basketball teams in the United States.
    • Ron Hamilton and John Barnhill

    • Basketball; Cleveland Pipers (Basketball team); Hamilton, Ron; Barnhill, John
    • Cleveland Pipers basketball players: "L-R: Ron Hamilton and John Barnhill" -- photo verso. The Cleveland Pipers was Cleveland's first professional basketball team (1961-1962) and one of the first racially integrated basketball teams in the U.S.
    • Cleveland Pipers versus the Hawaii Chiefs

    • Basketball; Cleveland Pipers (Basketball team); Hawaii Chiefs (Basketball team); Brott, Dick; Siegfried, Larry; Warley, Ben
    • "#30 - Dick Brott - Piper and following at left: Dave Mills - Hawaii, #45 - Lee Harman - Hawaii, on floor with ball - Larry Siegfried - Piper, and #32 - Ben Warley - Piper" -- photo verso. The Cleveland Pipers were Cleveland's first professional...
    • Cleveland Pipers and Kansas City Steers

    • Basketball; Cleveland Pipers (Basketball team); Kansas City Steers (Basketball team); Romanoff, Nick; Basketball players; American Basketball League
    • Larry Comley (#44) of the Kansas City Steers and Cleveland Pipers, Nick Romanoff (#20). The Cleveland Pipers was one of the first racially integrated basketball teams in the U.S. and was Cleveland's first professional basketball team (1961-1962)....
    • Cleveland Pipers practice

    • Basketball; Cleveland Pipers (Basketball team); Windis, Tony; Curtis, Chuck; Tormohlen, Gene; Gosthwaite, Ralph
    • Practicing are "Gene Tormohlen, Chuck Curtis, Tony Windis, Ralph Gosthwaite" of the Cleveland Pipers basketball team -- photo verso. The Cleveland Pipers was one of the first racially integrated basketball teams in the U.S. and was Cleveland's...
    • Cleveland Pipers coach John McLendon, Joe Wise, Ron Hamilton, Jim McCoy, Tony Windis

    • Basketball; Cleveland Pipers (Basketball team); Wise, Joe; McDonald, Bill; McLendon, John B.; Hamilton, Alexander J.; McCoy, Jim; Windis, Tony; Freeman, Corny; Curtis, Chuck; African American basketball coaches
    • "Front L-R Coach John McLendon, Joe Wise,Ron Hamilton, Jim McCoy, Tony Windis. Rear L-R Dick Berghoff, Doyle; Edmiston, Corny Freeman, Gene Tormohlen, Ralph Crosthuraite, Chuck Curtis, Delton Heard" -- photo verso. The Cleveland Pipers were...
    • City Club Forum: "The Negro Looks at Cleveland" [audio]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); City Club Forum; African Americans
    • Louis Stokes, attorney for the Cleveland Chapter of the NAACP, Baxter Hill, local chairman of the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), John Appling, a professional boxer and head of the Hough Young Adults Advisory Council, and Gerald A. Anderson,...
    • City Club Forum: Terrance C.Z. Egger, president and publisher, The Plain Dealer [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Cleveland Plain Dealer; Newspaper publishing; Printing And Publishing In Cleveland
    • Friday Forum: ''Terrance C. Z. Egger, the new president and publisher of The Plain Dealer, sat down with Albert Ratner, one of the city's most accomplished business leaders, and heard sobering news about the region's economic malaise.'' The Samuel...
    • City Club Forum: Barbara J. Danforth, YWCA of Greater Cleveland [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; YWCA; Danforth, Barbara J.; Women's rights; Women workers; Business people; Glass ceiling (Employment discrimination)
    • Friday Forum: Barbara J. Danforth, executive director, YWCA of Greater Cleveland develops programming to empower professional women advance in the workforce. See Further Reading for citation.
    • City Club Forum: Vladimir Ashkenazy [audio]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; Local government; City Club Forum; Ashkenazy, Vladimir, 1937- ; Musicians; Conductors (Music); Pianists
    • Vladimir Ashkenazy, a Soviet-born Jewish concert pianist, emigrated to the West in 1963 and became a citizen of Iceland in 1972. He expanded his professional career into conducting and is currently the chief conductor, Deutsches Symphonic...

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