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National Band Contest Finale
James Ford Rhodes High School; Schools; Cleveland Public Schools; High Schools; Old Brooklyn; Bands
"Drums a-plenty at national band contest finale. Miss Ruth Buehler, a drum major from Mason City, Iowa, struts past a few of the drums that beat the rythm in the stirring massed band concert, played by...
Umpire Ed Hurley towels off during Cleveland Indians double header, 1948
Hurley, Ed; Kastansek, Marty; Cleveland Indians; Cleveland Municipal Stadium
"[illegible] for umpire Ed Hurley. With 59,042 hot Indians fans [illegible] Cleveland split a double header with Detroit, Ed Hurley called ball chaser Marty Kastansek for a towel proving conclusively that...
Belize, British Honduras
"A tropical hurricane blowing over a hundred miles an hours, accompanied by a huge tidal wave, brought death to more than 150 inhabitants and destruction to more than half of the buildings and houses in...
Cleveland Indians players Larry Doby and Satchel Paige receive radios as awards for "Outstanding Achievement" in 1948
Doby, Larry; Paige, Leroy Robert; Cleveland Indians
"7/19 WASHINGTON:--Larry Doby, (L), and "Satchel" Paige (R), Cleveland Ballplayers, were presented with portable radios by a local radio store before todays [sic] game. The awards for "Outstanding Achievement"...
Cleveland Indians players paying their way into Cleveland Municipal Stadium as a gesture of support for injured teammate Don Black on "Don Black Night"--1948
Black, Don; Speaker, Tristram; Mitchell, Dale; Harder, Mel; Robinson, Eddie; Tucker, Thurman; Cleveland Indians; Cleveland Municipal Stadium; Baseball coaches
"PLAYERS PAY TO PLAY--CLEVELAND, OHIO: Members of the Cleveland Indians paid their way into Cleveland Stadium this evening (9/22) to play against Boston. The gesture was made by teammates, sportswriters...
Picture of a beating heart
Hearts; City Hospital
"On Cleveland's City Hospital's new device to record the functioning of the heart, a cathode ray screen, similar to television's, enables surgeons to have a continuous record of his patient's heart beats,...
Bendix Products Corporation
Factories; Strikes; Labor unions
"Airview of the Bendix Products corporation plant at South Bend, Ind. where an estimated 1,500 employees are staging a "sit down" strike following a sudden union flareup and the mass dismissal of 4,400...
Imperial State Crown of the British Empire above is the imperial state crown which is worn by the King on all state occasions after the coronation. The existing crown was made for Queen Victoria in 1838,...
Law enforcement; Organizations
New Crime Commission Hold Meeting
Justice; Terminal Tower Complex (Cleveland, Ohio); Sculpture; Junkyards; Cuyahoga County Courthouse; Group Plan
"Once the pride of Cleveland, when it stood atop the old county courthouse in civil war days, the famous statue of Justice, is here shown discarded in a junk dealers yard in the 'Flats' district" -- photo...
Federal Theater Projects
Theatrical productions; Administrative agencies
Special advisory committee for Federal Theater Projects.
Geiger counters; United States. House of Representatives; National security; Cold War
"Four members of the Joint Congressional Atomic Energy Committee inspect the inexpensive geiger counter which was developed by the AEC for civilians in event of an atomic attack. LTR: Wm. F. Knowland (R....
Animals; Cattle; Zoos; Zoo animals
New member of the Bronx Zoo family, "Helen," a Gayal.
Guide Lamp Co.
Factories; Riots; Strikes
Exterior of Guide Lamp Co. Scene of a strike riot in which ten were wounded. Factory is in Indiana.
Cancer; Physicians; Geiger counters; Radiation; Health care
Geiger Counter in cancer treatment. Dr. Morris T. Friedell (right) and Dr. Fenton Schaffner (left), study treatments.
Kaiser Steel Co.
Steel industry; Buildings
Exterior of Kaiser Steel Corp. in Fontana, California.
Ivory and Ivory Carvers
Ivory; Ivory carving; Elephants
Workers handle elephant tusks as they sort them for an auction at St. Catherine docks in London.
Scripps-Howard Television makes debut in Cleveland
Stewart, James G., 1907-1997; Actors; WEWS (Channel 5); Television programs; CC Fair Exhibit
"Movie actor Jimmy Stewart, left, was the opening night start as WEWS, the Scripps-Howard television station in Cleveland, made its debut on the air Dec. 17. Here Stewart talks with Jack R. Howard, center,...
Public Hall, northeast corner
Group Plan; Cleveland Public Hall; Cleveland Public Auditorium; Cleveland Convention Center; Social & civic facilities; Public buildings; Republican National Convention Of 1936; Republican Party
"Scene of G.O. -- The Republican Party, their national convention in Cleveland, O., beginning June 9, 1936. Pictured above is the Public Auditorium where the session will be held. Tele list 12-16-1935"...
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