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    • Afghanistan Build-Up

    • Soviet Union; Afghanistan; Iran
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of a man from the USSR tip-toeing away while carrying a large wooden crate with "Afghanistan Build-Up" on it. He is saying "Don't do anything in Iran I wouldn't do" to Uncle Sam who is blindfolded and standing with...
    • Bob Feller at age 6

    • Feller, Bob, 1918-2010; Cleveland Indians; Baseball; Baseball players; Baseball pitchers; Portraits; Baseballs
    • "Even at age 6, wearing a ... (text on verso illegible)... Bob wouldn't drop his baseball long enough to sit still for this picture. Looks like he could almost wrap his 6-year-old fingers around that pellet." -- photo verso. Note: original photo in...
    • Children chasing foul balls

    • Cleveland Stadium; Cleveland Municipal Stadium; Crowds; Children; Screens; Baseball
    • "Kids scamper for foul ball on stadium screen -- something that happens countless times during a ball game. Fans could be sapred this nuisance and the ball club could save a lot of baseballs if someone would tighten the net so balls wouldn't get...
    • grove08

    • Grove, Roy; Cartoons; Cartoonists; World War I; Soldiers; Billiard parlors
    • Roy Grove World War I cartoon depicting soldier and an injured auto victim outside of a billiard parlor. This cartoon appeared in the Cleveland Press on January 27, 1919. Handwritten on verso: "(To auto victim:) "Well, if you'd a joined up with...
    • osrin0381

    • Postage stamps; Postal service;
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of two postage stamps. The one on the left is for 15 cents and the one on the right is for 20 cents. The man portrayed in the postage stamp on the right is saying to the man portrayed in the postage stamp on the...
    • Otto Graham and Lou Groza out golfing, 1957

    • Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1946-1995); Groza, Lou; Graham, Otto
    • Otto Graham and Lou Groza out golfing in 1957. Graham retired two years earlier, after the 1955 season. Lou Groza, on the other hand, wouldn't retire until after the 1959 season, but then he came back to play between 1961-1967, for a total of 21...
    • Playhouse Square a few days after the Allen Theatre opened

    • Playhouse Square Center; Allen Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); State Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Ohio Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); John Gill & Sons Co.; Bulkley Building (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • Playhouse Square April 4, 1921. The Allen, which had opened three days earlier, The State and Ohio were open for business. What would be the Palace Theatre is vacant and wouldn't open until November of 1922.

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