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    • Man with torn sweater ordered back to his car

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Police; Confrontations; Automobiles
    • "An unidentified white person is ordered back into his car by the mounted patrolman. His sweater was torn by the passenger in the front street who attempted to restrain him from leaving to battle with a negro driver with whom he had words. Woman is...
    • Barnes Boat Shop

    • Barnes Boat Shop; Boat stores
    • "Barnes Boat Shop. All types of boats and Johnson Sea Horses. We have been advised by the _____ whom we represent, that you are interested in their product, and we would be pleased to have you call and look over their display at our new salesroom,...
    • Do you remember the mill on the Grand River

    • Madison (Ohio); Grand River (Painesville, Ohio); Building; Newspaper clippings
    • "Do you remember ... the old mill that stood on the banks of the Grand River south of Madison? The builder, John Peleg, was born in Easton on April 1, 1811 and came to Madison by ox team when he was five years old. After little schooling in a log...
    • Rlaph Locher is sworn in as Common Pleas judge

    • Locher, Ralph; Mayors; Judges; Common Pleas Court; Pryatel, August; Oaths
    • "Ex-mayor becomes judge: Former mayor Ralph Locher was sworn in yesterday as Common Pleas judge. From left are Judge Samuel Silbert, retiring chief justice emeritus of Common Pleas Court, whom Locher succeeds; Locher; Judge August Pryatel, who is...
    • Home of Alfred Kelley

    • Kelley, Alfred; Homes; Erie Canal
    • "Home of Alfred Kelley, Second brick building in Cleveland built in 1816 on Water street where the Cleveland Transfer Company later had its buildings. To this pretentious house Alfred Kelley took his new bride, whom he had brought from the east, in...
    • 1956 Cleveland Browns Training Camp

    • Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1946-1995); Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1956); Football training camps
    • "SMP072002-7/20- Hiram, OH.: The Cleveland Browns, National Football League champs, trot out on to the field of their training camp here. Most notable absentees are Otto Graham and Dante Lavelli, both of whom retired after last season after being...
    • Gardening in Public Square

    • Public Square (Cleveland, Ohio); Gardening; Plants; Tomatoes
    • "Tomatoes - on Public Square! ... Don't tell us folks aren't serious about using every available inch of land for growing vegetables this summer! Smack in the heart of Public Square, in the quaint shadow of the Soldiers and Sailors Monument, is...
    • Man approaching car as police intervene

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Police; Confrontations; Automobiles
    • "Unidentified white person, with sweater torn by persons in his car attempting to restrain him, strides angrily with clenched fists towards a negroes [sic] car with whom he had words. Mounted patrolmen are entering the scene and prevented a...
    • grovemic61

    • Grove, Roy; Cartoons; Cartoonists; World War I; Soldiers
    • A Roy Grove World War I cartoon captured from a Cleveland Press microfilm depicting two soldiers building a barracade, one of whom is standing in water. This cartoon appeared in the Cleveland Press January 17, 1918 on page 8. It is from the...
    • Edanola Avenue

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Edanola Ave.;
    • Edanola Ave. is an residential street in northwestern Lakewood running south from Sloane Ave, cutting the corner of the Sloane curve. The name Edanola is a combination of the first names of Edward Gilbert and Viola Corrigan Gilbert, both of whom...
    • Good Morning, Brethren Rat!

    • Supreme Court justices;
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of two Supreme Court justices one of whom is saying to the other "Good morning, Breteren Rat!" This cartoon was created during the Burger Court and is most likely related to a book written by Bob Woodward and Scott...
    • He Made Us a Nation--Preserve It!

    • Combes, Willard; Editorial cartoons; flags; Washington, George
    • Editorial cartoon by Willard Combes depicting the silhouette of George Washington in the background and a large number of troops, some of whom are carrying flags, in the foreground. This cartoon was published in The Cleveland Press on February 22,...
    • Origin and History of the Cleveland Viaduct

    • Bridges; Cleveland (Ohio); History
    • For the satisfaction of such of my friends as are not conversant with the history of the Cleveland Viaduct, and who may entertain a just pride in the success of all laudable undertakings by those for whom they feel a friendly regard, and also for...

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