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Two school girls harvest zucchini, August, 1964
Agriculture; Cleveland; Food; Gardens; Gardening; School gardens; Children; Harvesting; Students; Vegetables; Girls; Food; Squashes; Cleveland Public Schools Horticulture Program
"King-sized squash grown in the garden at H. W. Longfellow School is a source of delight to Valerie Moses, 10, of 14717 Thames Ave. (left), and Lynne Richardson, 12, of 405 E. 124th St."
Two school children among the cornstalks in the school garden, August 1964
Agriculture; Cleveland; Food; Gardens; Gardening; School gardens; Corn; Children; School children; Cleveland Public Schools; Cleveland Public Schools Horticulture Program
"Tall corn grows at Kentucky School garden and you have to look pretty carefully or you'll miss seeing these youthful gardeners hidden among the stalks. They are Ardis Evans, 10, of 1892 W. 47th St. (left),...
At W. R. Greenhouse: L to R: Bill Bonnett and Paul Paytas dump surplus lettuce, Cleveland, Ohio area, October 1963
Greenhouses; Agriculture; Agricultural facilities; Farmers; Farming; Food; Lettuce; People associated with agriculture; Surplus commodities; Droughts; Food prices; Fairview Park; Western Reserve Greenhouse Co. (Fairview Park, Ohio)
"DRY WEATHER AND TOO MUCH LETTUCE has brought a king-size headache to greenhouse operator of Greater Cleveland. With the unseasonal growing weather has come the spurt in lettuce production and a disastrous...
Ohio Governor James A. Rhodes enjoys a tomato tasting at a local Cleveland, Ohio area greenhouse, April, 1966
Greenhouses; Politicians; Farmers' groups; Farming; Tomatoes; Food; Rhodes, James A.; People associated with agriculture; People associated with politics & government
"Gov. James A. Rhodes."--photo verso
Two women tend to the vegetable crop at the downtown Cleveland, Ohio mall victory garden, July, 1945
Mall gardens; Gardens; Food supply; Mall, The (Cleveland, Ohio); Victory gardens; Land use; Vegetables; Agricultural exhibits; Agriculture; Downtown Cleveland; Fences; Women workers
"Mall victory garden - July, 1945."--photo verso. Two women tend to the vegetable crop at the downtown Cleveland, Ohio mall victory garden.
In Cleveland, Ohio, Kentucky School gardeners George Zmich, Paul Fleming, and Frank Zmich harvest celery in August, 1964
School children;Cleveland Public Schools; School gardens; Harvesting; Celery; Boys; Students; Gardening; Agriculture; Food; Cleveland Public Schools Horticulture Program
"L to R: George Zmich, 10, 2772 Loop Drive, Paul Fleming, 10, 3120 Woodbine Avenue, Frank Zmich, 11, 2772 Loop Drive, pulling celery at Kentucky School garden"--photo verso. "Harvesting celery grown in...
Cleveland Public School students in Kentucky School garden, foreground: George L. Thompson, garden teacher, Jewell Wynn; Rear: Betty Nabors, Barbara Hensley, and Louis Kovesi, June, 1960
School children;Cleveland Public Schools; School gardens; Harvesting; Teaching; Agriculture; Food; Cleveland Public Schools Horticulture Program
"Pupils, foreground: George L. Thompson, garden teacher, Kentucky School, Jewell Wynn, 2211 Bridbe Avenue; Rear: Betty Nabors, 2079 W. 20th Street, Barbara Hensley, 2078 Jay Avenue, Louis Kovesi, 7714...
Students at Benjamin Franklin Elementary School Garden till and rake the soil for the spring planting, April 1943
School gardens; School children; Gardening; Agriculture; Old Brooklyn; Food; Teaching; Students; Teenagers; Farming
"School children in Benjamin Franklin Garden"--photo verso. Each plot is marked by name tag stake indicating the gardener's name. From front to back, "Dorothy Stepko, Jean Priebe, and Lois Grusmehe" are...
L. to R.: Lynne Whitaker, Mrs. R. C. Whitaker, and Donna Whitaker harvest vegetables from their Euclid, Ohio victory garden, September, 1945
Victory gardens; Food supply; Harvesting; Vegetables; Celery; Tomatoes; Beets; Backyards; Food; Children; Mothers & children; World War II
"L. to R.: Lynne Whitaker, Mrs. R. C. Whitaker, and Donna Whitaker, 75 Wast 196th, Euclid, O."--photo verso.
Harvey Rice PTA Victory Garden patrol receive instructions from Captain Arthur Roth and Patrolman George Pollick, August, 1943
Victory gardens; Food supply; Students; Cleveland Police Department; School gardens; Parent-Teacher Assn.; Awards; Youth organizations; Cleveland Public Schools Horticulture Program
"Victory Garden patrol of Harvey Rice PTA community gardens being instructed by Capt. Arthur Roth & Patrolman Geo. Pollick"--photo verso.
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