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    • Hay Queen Miss Kunkle

    • Agriculture; Fairs; Square, The (Medina, Ohio); Beauty contestants
    • Miss Kunkle, voted by the Agricultural Classes of Medina, sitting at the feed opening of one of the new balers, 5-4-1954. She's holding a sign that says 'A Handful of Hay Brings a Prosperity Day.'
    • Alliance Municipal Parking Garage

    • Alliance (Ohio); Parking; Parking garages; Alliance Manufacturing Company
    • "Alliance, Ohio, is the smallest city in the U.S. to have a municipally owned parking garage (pop. 26,161). Mayor Ewing says this is the only way to solve the city's downtown parking problem. He hopes more can be done in the near future. The...
    • Heights Theatre (Cleveland Heights, Ohio)

    • Automobiles; Balconies; Bricks; Marquees; signs; Street railroad tracks; Windows
    • Laminated black-and-white photograph of the Heights Theatre in Coventry commercial district. Marquee says "Movietone" and "I Married a Doctor," and "Show Boat; Irene Dunne, Allan Jones." Another sign advertises a dry cleaner and "surgeon." ...
    • Avon Lake Municipal Building, 1962

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Buildings; Municipal services; City & town halls; City Hall; Police stations
    • From the photo's verso: "Avon Lake's City Hall and police station." "The record books says [sic] that the 41-year-old line ceased operation after a last run on May 14, 1938, when a throng of mourners assembled at Public Square for a final trolley...
    • Police officer at door of Frolic Show Bar

    • Bars; Striptease; Police; Short Vincent (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "Right on the job was Patrolman Gary Spoerke, checking clip joints on Short Vincent. Here he is seen at the door of the Frolic Bar, 814 Vincent" -- caption from article affixed to photo verso ("'Welcome,' Says Short Vincent as Police Look in on...
    • Audio of interview collected at "Memories of Cleveland" exhibit

    • Beauty contestants; Cuyahoga County Fair audio clips;Cuyahoga County Fair; Audiovisual materials; Exhibits
    • Cleveland State University Library staff talk with interviewee who says that he spotted his aunt as one of the contestants in the beauty contest photo on display. He was unaware that she'd ever entered such a contest.

      Audio memory collected...
    • Slanec family backyard

    • Big Creek (Ohio); Erosion; Backyards
    • "Slanec backyard at 3725 W. 129th St. ... Rain is a Pain to the Joseph Slanec family of 3725 W. 129th St. Every time it rains, another bit of their backyard washes into Big Creek. Mrs. Matilda Slanec says her brick garage, on solid land 18 years...
    • Carling Brewing introduces two-way twist cap

    • Brewing And Distilling Industry; Brewing industry; Beer; Carling Brewing Co.; Beer bottles; Armstrong Cork Company
    • "Two-Way Twist. Carling Brewing has introduced what it calls its two-way 'Twist Cap.' It resembles the traditional crimp cap now used on most bottles, but the new style may be lifted off with an opener or twisted off like a jar cap. Developed by...
    • New East 34th Street Bridge in 1949

    • Bridges; East 34th Street Bridge (Cleveland, Ohio); Erie Railroad; Bridges, Concrete; Bridge construction; Railroad bridges
    • Clipping on back says, "Pavers pour concrete on the fill in the background, while finishing touches are put on the new E. 34th Street Bridge over the Erie Railroad in the foreground. This $1,000,000 replacement of the ancient viaduct across...
    • Burton High School in 1906.

    • Burton High School (Burton, Ohio); Postcards;
    • A postcard of Burton High School dated 1906-12-26. The note on it says," Here is the place we go to school and learn to read and write. We romp and play and have lots of fun, and study hard with all our might."
    • Guess who?

    • Carter, Jimmy; Ford, Gerald; Presidential elections;
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin in two panels of Gerald Ford standing behind Jimmy Carter. In the first panel Ford is about to cover Carter's eyes with both of his hands. But instead, in the second panel he puts his hands around Carter's neck and...
    • Atta Baby, Jimmy! Go!

    • Carter, Jimmy; Khomeini, Ruhollah; Television; Iran
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of a man holding an American flag in his right hand while sitting in a chair in front of a television and saying "Atta baby, Jimmy! Go!" On the television screen is "White House Conference." There is a newspaper on...
    • National Prez Club Debate

    • Carter, Jimmy; Reagan, Ronald; Presidential elections; Debates; Presidential Debate Of 1980;
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of a podium with two microphones, one of which says "Carter" on it and the other says "Reagan." On the front of the podium is a medallion that reads "National Prez Club Debate." The cartoon is signed in the upper...
    • South wall during Central Armory demolition

    • Central Armory; Demolition
    • "South wall is down on the armory, viewed here from the Hamilton Ave. side. Next to fall will be the six 20-ton girders spanning the top of the structure. Wrecker George Elie estimates the entire building will be down by mid-August to make way for...

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