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    • Yapock

    • Animals; Zoo animals
    • "Meet the Yapock, New York: This Yapock, sometimes known as the South American Water Opossum, makes itself at home at the Bronx Zoo, May 5, after arrival from Costa Rica where it was captured by a banana plantation worker. It is the second one...
    • Women making butara, 1979

    • Greater Cleveland Ethnographic Museum; Galleries & museums; Ethnic groups; Easter; Slovenes; Saint Vitus Roman Catholic Church
    • Women making butara, which literally means bundle in Slovenian, made of greenery, pussy willows, ribbons, and sometimes fruit. These were made to be blessed on Palm Sunday at St. Vitus Slovenian Catholic Church in 1979. Documented by the Greater...
    • Woman making butara, 1979

    • Greater Cleveland Ethnographic Museum; Galleries & museums; Ethnic groups; Easter; Slovenes; Saint Vitus Roman Catholic Church
    • Woman making butara, which literally mean bundle in Slovenian. Butara is usually made up greenery, pussy willows, ribbons, and sometimes fruit made to be blessed in church on Palm Sunday. This was made at St. Vitus Slovenian Catholic Church....
    • Wall mural of ancient Greeks at Halle's.

    • Department stores; Halle Brothers Co.; Mural Art in Cleveland
    • "Lunch with the Minotaur: The Greeks had a word for a mean old monster who sometimes dressed like a bull, still other times sported the body of a man and head of a bull. They called it a Minotaur.
      This ancient legend inspired Daniel Rassmusson,...
    • Two couples in Halloween costumes

    • Holidays; Halloween; Costumes; Couples; Ohio National Guard
    • "THEY WANT YOU - Werewolf (Sgt. Lawrence Jones) and Dracula (Sgt. Norma L. Steele) find that people are attracted to costumes rather than uniforms. The two are recruitment officers for the Ohio National Guard. Tehy're flanked here by their wives,w...
    • Minnie the Brookside Park Elephant (1904-1921)

    • Zoo animals; Zoos; Elephants; Brookside Park (Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland Metroparks; Cleveland Metroparks Zoo
    • Minnie was a 2-year-old elephant purchased in 1906 with the contributed pennies of Cleveland schoolchildren. She lived in the new Brookside Park zoo, sometimes wintering elsewhere, gave rides to children, and died young, age 17, in 1921. The zoo...
    • High Level Bridge at night

    • High Level Bridge; Bridges; Night
    • "High Level Bridge at night, Cleveland, Fifth City." --card verso. Cleveland was sometimes called the Fifth City because it was, for a time, the fifth most populous city in the United States.
    • Former Indians pitcher Bob Feller and his office assistant Lynn Carter

    • Feller, Bob, 1918-2010; Offices; Insurance companies; Vassar College; Cleveland Indians; Baseball players; Baseball pitchers; Office workers
    • "Businessman Bob Feller goes over the day's format with Lynn Carter, his summertime Girl Friday. Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George S. Carter, Shelburne Rd., Shaker Heights, started working in Feller's insurance office last summer. She files,...
    • City Club Forum: Dr. Clovis Maksoud, American University [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Maksoud, Clovis; Diplomats; Developing countries; Learning; History; Teachers; American University (Washington, D.C.)
    • Friday Forum: The Global South is comprised of [under-developed] nations in Africa, Central and Latin America, and most of Asia and is sometimes referred to as the Third World. Dr. Clovis Maksoud, diplomat, journalist and director, Center for the...
    • City Club Forum: Billy Packer, sportscaster [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Packer, Billy; Sportscasters; Sports; Entertainers; Comedians
    • Friday Forum: Billy Packer, American sportscaster. ''Packer is known for his eccentric behavior off camera and sometimes controversial statements.'' Herbert and Nettie Borstein Endowed Forum. See Further Reading for citation.
    • Beth Haknesseth Anshe Grondo

    • Synagogues; churches
    • Built in 1907 for the Presbyterian Church. Purchased in 1931 by Beth Haknesseth Anshe Grondo. The congregation merged into Taylor Road Synagogue in 1951. The building was sold to the The Greater Cleveland Friendship Church in 1956 and then acquired...

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