The Last Days Of Cleveland

Author: John Stark Bellamy
Publisher: Gray & Company
ISBN: 1598510673
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#6 in this Cleveland crime and disaster series includes 15 stories. Sometimes gruesome, often surprising, these tales are meticulously researched and delivered in a literate and entertaining style.

The Last Days Of Pompeii

Author: Victoria C. Gardner Coates
Publisher: Getty Publications
ISBN: 1606061151
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This lavishly illustrated volume—featuring the works of artists such as Piranesi, Fragonard, Kaufmann, Ingres, Chassériau, and Alma-Tadema, as well as Duchamp, Dalí, Rothko, Rauschenberg, and Warhol—surveys the legacy of Pompeii in ...

Gimme Rewrite Sweetheart

Author: John H. Tidyman
Publisher: Gray & Company
ISBN: 1598510169
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Fifty five reporters, editors, columnists, critics and copyboys tell stories from the newsrooms and the streets during the golden age of Cleveland newspapers.

Ji Yun Fei

Author: Anita Chung
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 0300220324
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Catalog of an exhibition held at the Cleveland Museum of Art, February 12-July 31, 2016.

Kardiac Kids

Author: Jonathan Knight
Publisher: Kent State University Press
ISBN: 9780873387613
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In this text, Jonathan Knight paints a portrait of the Cleveland Browns' storybook 1980 NFL season, describing its impact on the city of Cleveland.

Mixed Bag

Author: Phillip L. Rice
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1436393582
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One, Gene Skerl, a graduate ofCase Institute ofTechnology in Cleveland,
contacted me to see if I was interested in driving and sharing expenses. The
nation was segregated at the time, so Ifound an excuse to ... One summer week—
end, a mixed group of us headed to Cleveland. Our two white friends were
furious when a roadside diner refused to ... My memory of the last days in
Cleveland prior to departure is vague. I obtained a Transportation Request from
somewhere—perhaps a ...

The Last Days Of The New Yorker

Author: GiGi Mahon
Publisher: McGraw-Hill
ISBN:
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He assured readers of his commitment to keeping Cleveland a two-paper town.
But abruptly, without warning, he stopped the presses. The front page of the last
issue, dated June 17, 1982, bore a photo of Cole's gray eminence next to an
article entitled "'We gave it our best' — Joseph Cole." Cole revealed that he had
sold the paper's subscription list to Newhouse, but for what amount, he wouldn't
disclose. It was later revealed that Newhouse had paid $14. 5 million for the list
even ...

The Duke Of Cleveland

Author: Les Roberts
Publisher: Gray & Company, Publishers
ISBN: 1598510061
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n the morning I gulped down some coffee at home while I checked the sports
page to see how the Indians were faring in the last days of spring training. They
were playing .500 ball—but anyone will tell you that stats don't mean a thing until
there's money on the line. I rummaged around on the top shelf of my bedroom
closet until I found my baseball glove, the one I'd had since I was a teenager.
Once a rich tan, it had faded to an uncertain gray that almost obliterated the
signature of ...

Three Letters To Francis Wrangham Archdeacon Of Cleveland In Reply To His Remarks On Unitarianism In His Charge July 1822

Author: Charles Wellbeloved
Publisher:
ISBN:
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Without stopping to inquire how scrupulous adherents can be retained, by a
measure which you deem so daring and unwarrantable; or to what portions of the
Scripture, the last curious clause in this sentence can possibly relate; or with what
... We most cordially believe, and most gratefully acknowledge, that “God at
sundry times and in divers manners, spake in time past to the fathers by the
prophets;” and that “ in these last days, he hath spoken to us by his Son;” and we
receive with ...