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    • Brotherhood and the flag

    • Schools; Shaker Heights; Ludlow Elementary School; Flags
    • "Brotherhood and the flag were the themes of a patriotic program yesterday at Ludlow School in Shaker Heights. The program featured the presentation of a new 50-star flag to the school by members of two American Legion auxiliaries. Presenting the...
    • Frank Miller gypsy funeral

    • Gypsies; Funeral processions; Bands; Romanies
    • "Frank Miller, 26, heir to the leadership of the 500-member gypsy colony of Cleveland, was buried yesterday amid surroundings he cherished most - a joyous occasion filled with people and blaring music. ... A five-piece brass band had accompanied...
    • Mayor Ralph J. Perk meets with country music star Grandpa Jones

    • Perk, Ralph J.; Jones, Louis Marshall (Grandpa Jones); Fitzgerald, Jim; Callecutt, Rudy; Stern, Joanne; WJKW-TV (Television station : Cleveland, Ohio); Country music; Hee haw (Television program); Grand ole opry (Radio program)
    • "Jim Fitzgerald, Grand Ole Opry promoter; Rudy Callecutt, Grand Ole Opry producer; Grandpa Jones, country music star from Hee-Haw; Mayor Perk; Joanne Stern, WJKW TV 8's publicity director" -- photo verso. Jones was one of the stars of "Hee Haw," a...
    • Ziegfield Follies

    • Ziegfeld follies; Bathing beauties; Musical revues & comedies
    • "New Complete Book of the American Musical Theater: Old shows, like the Ziegfield Follies production of 1910 that starred Fanny Brice (center figure in top photo) with four bathing beauties, and new shows, like "Hair" (bottom photo), the hit rock...
    • "Shoot The Devil" dance sequence from "More Love, Brother"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theatrical productions; Henneke, Ben Graf, 1914-2009; Dance; Choreography; Cramer, Miriam; Shaker Heights (Ohio); Shakers
    • "Original drama utilizing authentic songs and Dances of the "Shaker" faith. Dances by Miriam Cramer. Music by Ben Graf Henneke"--photo verso. Henneke went on to become President of the University of Tulsa from 1958 to 1967. A professor of speech...
    • Parmadale's Irish Quartet

    • Orphanages; Orphans; Parmadale Children's Village Of St. Vincent De Paul; Parmadale Family Services; Music; Music ensembles
    • "Parmadale's Irish Quartet sing John McCormack's Irish Songs."
    • St. Michael's pre-teen orchestra

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Russians; Children; Orchestras
    • "The Christmas Seal booth at the Sterling Lindner Company will take on an international air Friday evening with the appearance there, in colorful native costume, of some 30 members of the pre-teen group of St. Michael's Russian Orthodox Church. The...
    • Flier advertising the 1976 New Year's Eve Show at the Crypt in Akron

    • Bands; The Dead Boys; Rubber City Rebels; King Cobra; The Crypt; Akron (Ohio); Bars (Drinking establishments); Nightclubs; Bands; Music; Fliers (Printed matter)
    • Flier advertising the 1976 New Year's Eve show at the Crypt. The show featured King Cobra, who were the management of the Crypt, who shortly changed their name to The Rubber City Rebels after one of their songs. Also performing was Devo, whose...
    • Harvey Russell and the Rouges

    • Russell, Harvey; The Rouges; Chippewa Lake; Music; Bands; Musicians; Buckner, Jerry; Garcia, Gary
    • Harvey Russell and the Rouges, possibly performing Shake Sherry Shake, which was a top ten single for then in Northeast Ohio in the late 1960s. Two of the Rouges, Jerry Buckner and Gary Garcie broke into the national top ten in the 1980s with...
    • The Vaughn Monroe Orchestra

    • Vaughn Monroe; Big Band; Music; Musicians; Bands
    • in 1911, long before the Akron Sound era, Vaughn Monroe was born in Akron. Between 1940-1954 he placed 24 songs in the top 10 and had five No 1s.
    • Gospel according to Otis

    • Gospel music; Premieres; Karamu House; African Americans--History
    • Musical world premiere of Gospel! Gospel! Gospel! at Karamu House, an attempt to tell the history of black Americans through song. "The stories and songs are of faith and courage," said playwright Otis Sallid.
    • Autographed Copy of The Bizarros first release, Lady Doubenette

    • Clone Records; Bands; Music; Musicians; Nicholis, Nick; Parkins, Don; Walker, Terry; Mondl, John; The Bizarros; Lady Doubonette; I Bizarro
    • One of the first releases by the Bizarros and Clone Records. Autographed by Nick Nicholis of the Bizarros and owner of Clone Records. Lady Doubonette is still one of the band's signature songs.
    • Program for the "Victory Sing" presented by Cain Park Theatre on Sunday, August 2, 1942

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theatrical productions; Theater programs; Patriotism; Bands; Concerts; Singing; Dawe, Charles Davis; WHK; World War II
    • Presented in cooperation with the Ohio Music Teachers Association, the "Victory Sing" encouraged the public to come to Cain Park and sing patriotic songs in an effort to raise morale in the midst of World War II. The Cain Park Choral Society and...

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