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    • Polish Americans and their communities of Cleveland [e-book]

    • Polish; Ethnic and race relations; Ethnic groups; Ethnic neighborhoods; Ethnic relations; Immigration and Ethnicity
    • "Courageous, proud and daring, the Poles are like the eagle that has served as their national emblem since the twelfth century. They have preserved their culture and national identity against the nearly insurmountable odds of debilitating alien...
    • George Jessel at the Ohio Theatre

    • Playhouse Square Center; Ohio Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Actors; Jessel, George, 1898-1981
    • "George Jessel entertaining the chorus in the 'Jazz Singer' after a rehearsal" -- photo verso. Jessel starred in the "Jazz Singer" on Broadway but his salary demands were too much for Warner Brothers who cast Al Jolson in the film version, which...
    • Tri-C production of 'Your Own Thing'

    • Cuyahoga Community College; Students; Musical revues & comedies
    • "THE NURSE, played by Eileen Gallagher (left), discovers that Sebastian, played by Nolan Rice (right), is not the patient she thought he was in the uproariously confusing musical 'Your Own Thing'. The play, a rock musical version of Shakespeare's...
    • Cleveland's golden story [e-book]

    • Festschriften; Wallen, James; Local history; Cleveland (Ohio)
    • "To commemorate the golden jubilee, April 1920, of the publisher." Cleveland's golden story; a chronicle of hearts that hoped, minds that planned and hands that toiled, to make a city "great and glorious." Digital version by MSL Academic...
    • Aerial time-lapse view of downtown Cleveland

    • Aerial views; Aerial photographs; Motion study photographs; Night photographs; East 9th St. (Cleveland, Ohio); Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Hippodrome Theater; Cleveland Trust Company; Downtown Cleveland
    • Aerial time-lapse view of downtown Cleveland. Street along left is E. 9th St. The Cleveland Trust headquarters is at far right. The Hippodrome Theater, 720 Euclid Ave., is in the center of the photo; its marquee promotes the film "Three Men on a...
    • CSU Logo 1985-1998, alternate version

    • Cleveland State University; Logos
    • Alternate version of the fourth Cleveland State University logo with the name of the University spelled out beneath the stylized CSU. Used on the CSU catalog 1984-1998.
    • CSU logo 1985-1998, alternate version

    • Cleveland State University; Logos
    • Alternate version of the fourth Cleveland State University logo with the name of the University spelled out to the right of the stylized CSU. Used on the CSU catalog 1984-1998.
    • Ticket order form from for the Palace Theatre, 1963

    • Tickets; Playhouse Square Center; Palace Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Cinerama; Premieres
    • An order form for tickets to the premiere of the Cinerama version of "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad World" at the Palace Theatre beginning December 18, 1963. Cinerama, the process, involved projecting images from three synchronized projectors onto a curved...
    • Proposed Ohio Bell Telephone Building?

    • Ohio Bell Telephone Building; AT&T Building; Architectural drawings; Prospect Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • Architectural rendering by Hubbell & Benes of what may be an early proposed version of the Ohio Bell Telephone Building (AT&T) on Prospect. Signed "F.W.C." and dated 6-15-24.
    • Promises of power; a political autobiography [e-book]

    • Stokes, Carl B.; Mayors; Politics & government
    • Carl Stokes was the mayor of Cleveland, Ohio, and famous as the first black mayor of a major American city. He put together a coalition and maintained it with the force of his personality and convictions. He attracted many idealistic and talented...
    • Program for the week of August 17, 1941, featuring "Divorcons"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Theater programs; Actresses; Sardou, Victorien, 1831-1908; Divorcons; Abba, Marta; Millikin, Severance A. (Severance Allen),...
    • Entertainment for the week began with a "Community Hour" performance by the Choral Society of Cain Park Theatre on Sunday, August 17, 1941. This was followed by the season's final production, Victorien Sardou's "Divorcons", starring famed Italian...
    • Program for the week of August 3, 1941, featuring "Abie's Irish Rose"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Theater programs; Set designers; Mitchell, Edward; Nichols, Anne, 1891-1966; Szold, Bernard; Little theater movement
    • Entertainment for the week began with a "Community Hour" performance by the Choral Society of Cain Park Theatre on Sunday, August 3, 1941. This was followed by a production of Anne Nichol's comedy, "Abie's Irish Rosel", which was performed on...
    • Program for the week of July 13, 1941, featuring "Cradle Song"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Theater programs; Set designers; Gentile, Gerard; Volbach, Walther R. (Walther Richard), 1897-1996; Sierra, Gregorio Martínez,...
    • Entertainment for the week began with a "Community Hour" performance by the Choral Society of Cain Park Theatre on Sunday, July 13, 1941. This was followed by a production of Gregorio Martínez Sierra's, "Cradle Song", which was performed on...
    • Program for the week of July 19, 1942, featuring "Right You Are! (If You think so)"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theatrical productions; Theater programs; Set designers; Abba, Marta; Pirandello, Luigi; Nobel prizes; Right You Are! (If You Think So); Schreckengost, Viktor, 1906-2008; Western Reserve...
    • Entertainment for the week began with a "Community Hour" performance by the Choral Society of Cain Park Theatre on Sunday, July 19, 1942. The evening also included a public discussion on the topic "Why do we fight?" by the Western Reserve...
    • Program for the week of July 6, 1941, featuring William Shakespeare's "Macbeth"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Theater programs; Shakespeare, William; Macbeth; Tragedies; Szold, Bernard; Little theater movement; Set designers; Gentile,...
    • Entertainment for the week began with a "Community Hour" performance by the Choral Society of Cain Park Theatre on Sunday, July 6, 1941. William Shakespeare's tragedy, "Macbeth", was performed on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, July 9,...

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