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    • Contented boy, Bruce Higham

    • Berea Children's Home; Guidestone; Berea (Ohio); Children; Orphans; Orphanages; Higham, Bruce
    • Bruce Higham was a resident of the Berea Children's Home from spring 1937 until spring 1944. "The house mother was Miss Jane. We had several assistants come and go over this period. I was there the longest. When I arrived, everyone already there...
    • Bruce Higham under the Christmas tree

    • Berea Children's Home; Guidestone; Berea (Ohio); Children; Orphans; Orphanages; Higham, Bruce; Christmas trees
    • Bruce Higham was a resident of the Berea Children's Home from spring 1937 until spring 1944. "The house mother was Miss Jane. We had several assistants come and go over this period. I was there the longest. When I arrived, everyone already there...
    • Bruce Higham with fellow residents at the Berea Children's Home

    • Berea Children's Home; Guidestone; Berea (Ohio); Children; Orphans; Orphanages; Higham, Bruce
    • Bruce Higham was a resident of the Berea Children's Home from spring 1937 until spring 1944. "The house mother was Miss Jane. We had several assistants come and go over this period. I was there the longest. When I arrived, everyone already there...
    • Closeup photograph of Bruce Higham

    • Berea Children's Home; Guidestone; Berea (Ohio); Children; Orphans; Orphanages; Higham, Bruce
    • Bruce Higham was a resident of the Berea Children's Home from spring 1937 until spring 1944. "The house mother was Miss Jane. We had several assistants come and go over this period. I was there the longest. When I arrived, everyone already there...
    • A.R. and C.F. Nunn Funeral Home, 15407 Detroit Ave.

    • Funeral homes and Funeral practices; Detroit Ave.; A.R. and C.F. Nunn Funeral Home
    • "Announcement. Adolph R. Nunn and Charles F. Nunn announce the opening of their new funeral home at 15407 Detroit Avenue at Mars Avenue. This new home in modern appointments and quiet, dignified surroundings exemplifies the type of service that we...
    • Aber's On-Time Cleaners

    • Aber's On-Time Cleaners; Cleaning establishments
    • "Aber's On-Time Cleaners for those who care enough to want good dry-cleaning. Skilled hands restore your garments to their original hand tailored beauty. Preserving the texture, style, shape, and lines. This is done by meticulous attention to...
    • Amazon Hall

    • Amazon Hall; Stark Dancing Academy; Dance Halls
    • "Amazon Hall. Corner West 29th St. and Lorain Avenue. Select dancing parties every Saturday evening. Yourself and friends are cordially invited to attend. Admission, 40 cents a person. Any stranger coming will be introduced and furnished with a...
    • Assembling White Motor Co. vehicles

    • Automotive Industry; Armored vehicle industry; White Motor Company
    • "(top) Photo shows construction of army and commercial vehicles on the same erection line at the White Motor Company's Cleveland plant. Such versatility in production demonstrates the ease with which this Company solves its conversion problems....
    • Attempted goal by Mike Hubach blocked

    • Soccer; Soccer players; Games; Sports; West Technical High School (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • ''West Tech's Mike Hubach try for goal is thwarted by Hudson goalie Dave Benson on ground. Hubach did score both goals for the Warriors in regulation time.'' --photo verso.
    • Chagrin River Beach on Bainbridge Rd.

    • Beaches; Picnic grounds
    • "Picnic Time is Here! Have you planned your picnic for this year? Make your reservation now at Chagrin River Beach. Over 100 acres of picnic grounds, rolling hills, and green valleys situated on the Chagrin River, only 11 miles from Lee and Miles ,...
    • City Club Forum: Ted Gup, author [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Gup, Ted, 1950-; Great Depression; Depressions; Integrity; Philanthropy; Kindness; Mercy
    • Friday - noon: ''A secret gift: how an act of kindness revealed hidden lives of the Great Depression,'' by Ted Gup, author, and legendary investigative reporter who worked under Bob Woodward at the Washington Post, and later at Time. He is a...

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