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    • Beach Grove Subdivision, The Conelly Co.

    • Beech Grove Subdivision; Conelly Co.; Land subdivision; Real Estate
    • " 'Where lot values grow.' Beach Grove has paved streets; high-class restrictions; many new homes; is located near lake, boulevard, schools, and churches. Prices $775 and up, 10% down, balance monthly. For plat of and prices of Beach Grove or a...
    • Fair Housing Month Home Tour in Brecksville

    • Brecksville (Ohio); Tours; Housing; African Americans
    • "NEGROES TOUR SUBURBAN HOMES - This Brecksville home was one of a number inspected by Negro families in a tour of southern and southwestern suburbs sponsored by Operation Equality yesterday in recognition of Fair Housing Month. From left: Mrs. Jane...
    • Central Viaduct remains, 2002

    • Bridge remains; Central Viaduct; Cuyahoga River; Bridges, Composite; Inner Belt Bridge (Cleveland, Ohio); Swing bridges
    • The Central Viaduct was once the main route connecting the southern suburbs of Cleveland to Cleveland. This bridge was closed in 1941 and was eventually replaced by the Innerbelt Bridge. This shows one of its pillars on the western bank of the...
    • Forest Hill Park Bridge in East Cleveland with pedestrian in 1956

    • Bridges; Forest Hill Park; Watson, Wilbur J.; Rockefeller, John D.; Dams; Waterfalls; Pedestrian bridges; Bridges, Composite; Bridges, Arch; Rockefeller Pond Pedestrian Bridge in Forest Hill Park (East Cleveland, Ohio); Rockefeller Pond
    • "Scenic foot bridge is one of many beauty spots enjoyed by visitors to Forest Hills Park in East Cleveland and Cleveland Heights. Donated by John D. Rockefeller, the park is maintained by both suburbs"--photo verso.
    • City Club Forum: Diocese of Cleveland Bishop Anthony Pilla [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Local government; Catholic Diocese of Cleveland (Ohio); Pilla, Anthony M.; Globalization; People...
    • Friday Forum: Diocese of Cleveland Catholic Bishop Anthony Pilla ''described the region's economic growth as 'flat-lined,' with a shortage of discussion among suburban mayors searching for solutions. 'We have to think differently about things,' ...
    • Bailey's store front and display windows

    • Department Stores; Bailey Co.
    • "Retail stores in Lakewood have spent millions of dollars in the past decade to maintain modern facilities. The Bailey Co. (above) which moved into the suburbs 25 years ago recenty restyled the exterior of its store with imported marble." -- photo...
    • Bridge at Forest Hill Park

    • East Cleveland (Ohio); Forest Hill Park; Bridges; Parks
    • "Scenic foot bridge is one of many beauty spots enjoyed by visitors to Forest Hills Park in East Cleveland and Cleveland Heights. Donated by John D. Rockefeller, the park is maintained by both suburbs." - photo verso
    • Browntown

    • Editorial cartoons; Cleveland Browns; Sports spectators
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of three signs hanging across the highway, on the left "East Suburbs," on the right "West Suburbs," between them a man hangs, smiling, holding a paint brush-- he has crossed out the D and made the center sign read...
    • Corrigan Funeral Homes

    • Funeral Homes and Funeral practices; Lorain Ave.; Corrigan Funeral Homes
    • "Corrigan Funeral Homes. Lorain Ave. at West 208th Street, Fairview Park, Ohio. Ohio's newest Colonial Funeral Home. Elegantly appointed, five spacious chapels. Air Conditioned. Ample parking. Located in Fairview Park, the gateway to Cleveland's...
    • Haymarket to the Heights [e-book]

    • Orthodox Synagogues; Cleveland Haymarket; Reform movement; Jewish History; Kehillat Yaakov Cedar Road Synagogue; Taylor Road Synagogue; Heights Jewish Center; Jewish Immigrants
    • This document traces the movement, growth and demise of the small neighborhood synagogues, or shuls, established by newly-arrived Eastern European Jews in the Haymarket area as they migrated to the eastern suburbs.
    • Playhouse Square in ca. 1955

    • Playhouse Square Center; Theaters; Allen Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); State Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Palace Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Association; CC Fair Exhibit
    • Playhouse Square in the 1950s. The five theaters were beginning to lose theatregoers as downtown became less and less of a place to go as people moved towards the suburbs.
    • NAACP seeks county desegregation plan

    • Cleveland Public Schools; School integration; Segregation; NAACP
    • Plain Dealer (3/16/1976): "The NAACP argued yesterday that school boundaries between Cleveland and its suburbs are not meaningfully separate and autonomous and asked U.S. District Court to order a desegregation plan that would encompass all...

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