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Alexander Finta (1881–1958) was a Hungarian-born American artist.
Andre Alice Norton (born Alice Mary Norton, February 17, 1912 – March 17, 2005) was an American writer of science fiction and fantasy, who also wrote works of historical fiction and contemporary fiction.
The following events occurred in August 1918.
August Frederick Biehle, Jr. (1885–1979) was an American Modernist painter.
Austin George Carr (born March 10, 1948) is an American retired professional basketball player who played for the Cleveland Cavaliers, Dallas Mavericks, and Washington Bullets of the National Basketball Association (NBA).
Baker Motor Vehicle Company was an American manufacturer of Brass Era electric automobiles in Cleveland, Ohio, from 1899 to 1914.
Benedictine High School is a private, Roman Catholic, college preparatory high school for men, located in Cleveland, Ohio, United States.
Bibb August Falk (January 27, 1899 – June 8, 1989) was an American left fielder in Major League Baseball who played for the Chicago White Sox (1920–28) and Cleveland Indians (1929–31).
James Robert Shawkey (December 4, 1890 – December 31, 1980) was an American baseball pitcher who played fifteen seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB).
Robert Brown Thomson (October 25, 1923 – August 16, 2010) was a Scottish-born American professional baseball player.
Brithenig is an invented language, or constructed language ("conlang").
The Broadway Avenue Historic District is a historic commercial district in the North Broadway neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio, in the United States.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier is a 2014 American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character Captain America, produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures.
Charles Frederick Schweinfurth (September 3, 1856 – November 8, 1919) was a prominent architect in Cleveland, Ohio.
Charles Waddell Chesnutt (June 20, 1858 – November 15, 1932) was an African-American author, essayist, political activist and lawyer, best known for his novels and short stories exploring complex issues of racial and social identity in the post-Civil War South.
Charles John Grimm (August 28, 1898 – November 15, 1983), nicknamed "Jolly Cholly", was an American professional baseball player and manager.
Chess is a two-player strategy board game played on a chessboard, a checkered gameboard with 64 squares arranged in an 8×8 grid.
Chess libraries are library collections of books and periodicals on the game of chess.
The game of chess is commonly divided into three phases: the opening, middlegame, and endgame.
The Civic Center is a mostly governmental district in downtown Cleveland, Ohio that is home to the 1916 erected Cleveland City Hall Building.
Claude Frizzel Bloodgood (born Klaus Frizzel Bluttgutt III; July 14, 1937 – August 4, 2001) was a controversial American chess player. As a young man, he got into trouble with the law and was arrested several times. He was sentenced to death in 1970 after having been convicted of murdering his mother, although this sentence was later commuted to life in prison. While in prison, he remained a very active chess player, playing a large number of correspondence games and rated games with other inmates. Over time, he achieved a very high ranking in the United States Chess Federation (USCF) by playing in a closed pool, which the federation alleges was due to rating manipulation. He died in prison in 2001.
Cleveland is a city in the U.S. state of Ohio, and the county seat of Cuyahoga County.
The Cleveland Barons were a minor league professional ice hockey team in the American Hockey League.
The Cleveland Landmarks Commission is responsible for determining whether buildings, sites or historic districts are eligible for designation as landmarks in the city of Cleveland, Ohio.
CLEVNET is a library consortium headquartered at Cleveland Public Library.
Clyde Lee Barnhart (December 29, 1895 – January 21, 1980) was a right-handed outfielder and third baseman in Major League Baseball who played for the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Collinwood High School is a public high school located in the Collinwood neighborhood on the east side of Cleveland, Ohio, United States.
The Collinwood school fire (also known as the Lakeview School fire) erupted on March 4, 1908, killing 172 students, two teachers and one rescuer in one of the deadliest school disasters in United States history.
CPL or Cpl may refer to.
The Cuyahoga County Courthouse stretches along Lakeside Boulevard at the north end of the Cleveland Mall in downtown Cleveland, Ohio.
Cuyahoga County Public Library (CCPL) has 27 branches that serve 47 communities in Cuyahoga County, Ohio.
Daniel Francis "Dan" Coughlin (born 1938 in Cleveland, Ohio) is a longtime sports anchor/reporter for WJW Fox 8 in Cleveland, author, and former sports writer for the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Dennis Ward Galehouse (December 7, 1911 – December 18, 1998) was an American Major League Baseball pitcher with the Cleveland Indians, Boston Red Sox and the St. Louis Browns between 1934 and 1949.
Diane E. Lewis (March 26, 1953 – August 14, 2007) was an American journalist and writer.
Nicholas Dominic Dallessandro (October 3, 1913 – April 29, 1988) was an outfielder in Major League Baseball who played for two teams between and.
Donald Lee Cockroft (born February 6, 1945) is a former American football punter and placekicker who played thirteen seasons in the National Football League with the Cleveland Browns.
Douglas Heye Dieken (born February 12, 1949) is the radio color analyst for gameday broadcasts of the Cleveland Browns of the National Football League (NFL).
Downtown Cleveland is the central business district of Cleveland, Ohio.
Dreams with Sharp Teeth is a 2008 biographical documentary film about writer Harlan Ellison.
Drew Allison Carey (born May 23, 1958) is an American actor, comedian, sports executive, and game show host.
Dritok is a constructed language (conlang) created by Don Boozer in 2007.
Dwight Boyer (November 18, 1912 in Elyria, Ohio – October 15, 1978 in Willoughby, Ohio) was a reporter and marine historian of the Great Lakes.
East High School was a public high school located in Cleveland, Ohio.
East Technical High School or East Tech is a secondary school under the operation of the Cleveland Metropolitan School District in Cleveland, Ohio.
Edward Joseph "Ed" Sicking (March 30, 1897 – August 30, 1978) was a Major League Baseball infielder who played for five teams from to.
Edith Karolyn Anisfield Wolf (August 2, 1889 – January 23, 1963) was an American poet and philanthropist from Cleveland.
Edna Isabel Allyn (April 5, 1861 – June 7, 1927) was the first librarian of the Hawaii State Library.
Edris Eckhardt (January 28, 1905 – April 27, 1998) was an American artist associated with the Cleveland School.
Effie Louise Power (February 12, 1873 – October 8, 1969) was a children's librarian, educator, author, and storyteller.
Eleanor Edwards Ledbetter (1870-1954) was a librarian at the Broadway Branch of the Cleveland Public Library during the Progressive Era and the Great Depression.
Elke Rehder (born 1953) is a German artist living in Barsbüttel Germany.
Elmer Ellsworth Knetzer (July 22, 1885 – October 3, 1975) was a professional baseball player who played pitcher in the Major Leagues from 1909 to 1917.
Elmer John Smith (September 21, 1892 – August 3, 1984) born in Sandusky, Ohio was an outfielder for the Cleveland Indians (1914–16, 1917 and 1919–21), Washington Senators (1916–17), Boston Red Sox (1922), New York Yankees (1922–23) and Cincinnati Reds (1925).
Emily Maria Scott (August 27, 1832 – 1915) was an American artist.
Ernest Clifford Peixotto (1869–1940) was an American artist, illustrator, and author.
Ernest Grady Shore (March 24, 1891 – September 24, 1980) was an American right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball for the Boston Red Sox during some of their best years in the 1910s.
Ernst Lorsy, (in Hungarian: Lorsy Ernő, born 28 November 1889 in Mezőszilas, Hungary – 23 August 1960Merényi-Metzger Gábor: A század egyik legműveltebb újságírója: Lorsy Ernő emlékezete. Honismeret, XLIII. évf. 3. sz. (2015. jún.) 68–69. p. in New York City) Hungarian journalist, translator and historian of Jewish descent.
Esi Edugyan (born 1978) is a Canadian novelist.
Ethel Standiford-Mehlingan (1871–1963) was an artist and photographer born in Jackson County, Kentucky, in the late 19th century.
Euclid Beach Park (1895 – September 28, 1969) was a popular amusement park located on the southern shore of Lake Erie in the Collinwood neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio.
Euclid Creek is a long stream located in Cuyahoga and Lake counties in the state of Ohio in the United States.
Eugene Converse Murdock (April 30, 1921 – July 23, 1992) was an historian and author best known for his research into baseball.
Frederick Landis Fitzsimmons (July 28, 1901 – November 18, 1979) was an American right-handed pitcher, manager and coach in Major League Baseball who played from 1925 to 1943 with the New York Giants and Brooklyn Dodgers.
George Gustav Adomeit (15 January 1879 – 1967) was a Prussian-American painter and printmaker, and also co-founder and long-time president of the Caxton Company, a printing company that was bought by the Fetter Printing Company in 1955.
William George "Gilbert" Patten (October 25, 1866 – January 16, 1945) was a writer of dime novels and is best known as author of the Frank Merriwell stories, with the pen name Burt L. Standish.
Glenville Academic Campus is a public high school in the Glenville area on the East Side of Cleveland, Ohio.
The Grueby Faience Company, founded in 1894, was an American ceramics company that produced distinctive vases and tiles during America's Arts and Crafts Movement.
This is a list of works by Harlan Ellison (1934–2018).
William Harrison "Bones" Dillard (born July 8, 1923) is an American former track and field athlete, who alongside Walter Tewksbury and Harry Hillman is one of three males so far to win Olympic titles in both sprinting and hurdling events.
The HealthLine (formerly known as the Silver Line and as the Euclid Corridor Transportation Project) is a bus rapid transit (BRT) line run by the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority in Cleveland, Ohio, United States.
Henry George Keller (April 3, 1869 – August 3, 1949) was an American artist who led a generation of Ohio watercolor painters of the Cleveland School.
The Howard M. Metzenbaum U.S. Courthouse is a historic courthouse and post office building located on Superior Avenue in downtown Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.
Howard Russell Butler (March 3, 1856 – Princeton, NJ. May 20, 1934) was an American painter and founder of the American Fine Arts Society.
The Intermuseum Conservation Association (ICA) is a non-profit regional art conservation center located in Cleveland, OH.
Jack Roosevelt Robinson (January 31, 1919 – October 24, 1972) was an American professional baseball player who became the first African American to play in Major League Baseball (MLB) in the modern era.
James Ford Rhodes High School is located in Cleveland, Ohio, United States, in the west-side neighborhood known as Old Brooklyn.
Jane Addams Business Careers Center often referred to as J.A.B.C.C. is one of six Career and Technical speciality schools within Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD). It is known throughout the city for its exceptional student-operated restaurant, The Executive Grill. Visitors from throughout the city rave about the entrees and desserts, with their Creme Brulee being a proclaimed "the best in the city". Students apply and must be selected to attend Jane Addams. The school is named after Jane Addams, the first American Woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize (1931). Jane Addams Business Careers Center is the only CMSD high school which has been recognized (as a high school, not an elementary-turned into a high school) by the State Department of Education as an Ohio School of Promise for seven consecutive years for meeting the state established goals in reading or math.
Johann Heinrich Beck (12 September 1856 – 26 May 1924) was an American composer and conductor.
John Adams High School is a public high school located on the east side of Cleveland, Ohio, United States.
John Griswold White (10 August 1845 – 27 August 1928) was a prominent Cleveland attorney, a chess connoisseur, and a bibliophile.
John Marshall High School (JMC) is a high school with grade levels including 9th through 12th located on the west side of Cleveland, Ohio.
Lawrence Quincy Mumford (11 December 1903 – 15 August 1982) was an American librarian.
Lawrence Stanley Ritter (May 23, 1922 – February 15, 2004) was an American writer whose specialties were economics and baseball.
László Szabó (March 19, 1917 – August 8, 1998) was a Hungarian grandmaster of chess.
The League for Independent Political Action (LIPA) was an American political organization established in late November or early December 1928 in New York City.
Lee–Miles is a neighborhood on the East Side of Cleveland, Ohio in Cleveland's Ward 1.
Lincoln-West High School (L-W) is a high school located in Cleveland, in the U.S. state of Ohio and part of the Cleveland Metropolitan School District.
Linda Anne Eastman (July 17, 1867 – April 5, 1963) was an American librarian.
Below is a list of chess periodicals.
This is an alphabetical list of notable libraries around the world.
Notable politicians from the city of Cleveland, Ohio.
The American Library Association maintains a list of the 100 largest libraries in the United States by volumes held.
Louis Stokes (February 23, 1925 – August 18, 2015) was an American attorney and politician.
The Louis Stokes Wing is a 1998-erected 163 foot 10-story high-rise addition to the main branch of the 15th largest public library in the country, Cleveland Public Library located in the Civic Center district of downtown Cleveland.
Lucy Somerville Howorth (July 1, 1895 – August 24, 1997) was an American lawyer, feminist and politician.
The figure of Macbeth and related themes from the tragic play by William Shakespeare have appeared in many examples of popular culture since being authored by Shakespeare in the early 16th century.
Margaret "Maggie" Thompson (born Margaret Curtis on November 29, 1942), is a former librarian, longtime editor of the now-defunct Comics Buyer's Guide (a comic book industry news magazine), science fiction fan and collector of comics.
Malcolm Cochran is an artist and former Ohio State University art professor from Columbus, Ohio.
Marcia Louise Fudge (born October 29, 1952) is the U.S. Representative for, serving since 2008.
Marilla Waite Freeman (February 21, 1870 – October 29, 1961) was a prominent librarian known for her innovative ideas in library service.
There are a number of libraries named in honor of Martin Luther King Jr., among them.
Max S. Hayes High School is a public high school located in Cleveland, Ohio, United States.
Mike Curtis (b. 1953) is an American writer who scripts the Dick Tracy comic strip, with Joe Staton as artist.
Dudley Michael Hargrove (born October 26, 1949) is a former Major League Baseball first baseman and manager.
Thomas Michael "Mike" Shannon (born July 15, 1939) is an American former Major League Baseball player and current radio sportscaster.
Mildred Leona Batchelder (September 7, 1901 – August 25, 1998) was an American librarian, named by American Libraries in December 1999 as among “100 of the most important leaders we had in the 20th century”.
Modern Chess Openings (usually called) is an important reference book on chess openings, first published in 1911 by the British players Richard Clewin Griffith (1872–1955) and John Herbert White (1880–1920).
Paul Bough Travis (January 2, 1891 – November 23, 1975) was an American artist of the Cleveland School.
Ralph Robert Shaw (May 18, 1907 in Detroit, MI – October 14, 1972) was a librarian, a publisher, and an innovator in library science.
Charles Herbert "Red" Ruffing (May 3, 1905 – February 17, 1986) was an American professional baseball player.
Ruth Savord (2 November 1894 – 25 February 1966) was a librarian and the author of several books and articles on library work.
Saint Ignatius High School is a private Roman Catholic, Jesuit high school under the Diocese of Cleveland, for boys, located in the Ohio City neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio.
Sarah Byrd Askew (February 15, 1877 – October 20, 1942) was an American public librarian who pioneered the establishment of county libraries in the United States.
Sari Feldman (born in South Fallsburg, N.Y) is an American librarian.
Shaker Heights Public Library is a library district in eastern Cuyahoga County, Ohio serving the city of Shaker Heights and that portion of the City of Cleveland, known as Shaker Square, which falls within the Shaker Heights City School District.
Shaker Heights is a city in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States.
Sheffield Harold Kagy (1907 – 1989) was an American printmaker and muralist who also worked with Everett Warner to design US Navy camouflage during World War II.
In baseball, the "Shot Heard 'Round the World" was a game-winning home run by New York Giants outfielder and third baseman Bobby Thomson off Brooklyn Dodgers pitcher Ralph Branca at the Polo Grounds in New York City on October 3, 1951, to win the National League (NL) pennant.
South High School was a public high school located in Cleveland, Ohio in the historic Slavic Village neighborhood.
The State Library of Ohio is a state agency that provides services to state government and all types of libraries to ensure that all Ohio residents, rich or poor, rural or urban, receive the best possible library service and are able to engage in lifelong learning which strengthens the economic health of Ohio.
Superior Avenue is the main wide thoroughfare and part of U.S. Route 6 in downtown Cleveland, the largest and most populated city of Northeast Ohio.
Theodore Ginn Sr. (born November 10, 1955) is the coach of the Glenville High School Tarblooders football and track teams in Cleveland, Ohio.
The Actress is a lost 1928 American silent drama film produced and distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
African American Museum (formerly the Afro-American Cultural & Historical Society Museum) in Cleveland, Ohio was founded in 1953 by Icabod Flewellen.
The Care Bears Movie is a 1985 Canadian-American animated fantasy film and the second feature film from the Canadian animation studio Nelvana.
The Cleveland Mall is a long public park in downtown Cleveland, Ohio.
The Other Hand, also known as Little Bee, is a 2008 novel by British author Chris Cleave.
The Wayward Pines Trilogy (2012–2014) is a mystery/thriller/science fiction novel series by American author Blake Crouch.
This article contains a timeline of the history of Cleveland, Ohio, United States.
Tip Top Weekly was a magazine, published by Street & Smith, which ran for more than 800 issues.
The Twinsburg Public Library is located in Twinsburg, a community located northeast Summit County, Ohio, roughly halfway between Akron and Cleveland.
Union–Miles Park is a city planning area on the southeast side of Cleveland, Ohio, in the United States.
Walker and Weeks was an architecture firm based in Cleveland, Ohio, founded by Frank Ray Walker (1877-1949) and Harry E. Weeks (1871-1935).
WCPN (90.3 FM) – branded 90.3 WCPN – is a non-commercial educational radio station licensed to Cleveland, Ohio.
William A. Barnhill (November 26, 1889 – December 7, 1987) was an American photographer best known for his work in the Appalachian Mountains of western North Carolina in the early 1900s.
William Howard Brett (July 1, 1846 – August 24, 1918) was head librarian for the Cleveland Public Library from 1884 to 1918.
William Sommer (1867–1949) was an American Modernist painter.
The 13th Ohio Volunteer Infantry (or 13th OVI) was an infantry regiment in the Union Army during the American Civil War.
The 2016 Republican National Convention, in which delegates of the United States Republican Party chose the party's nominees for President of the United States and Vice President of the United States in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, was held July 18–21, 2016, at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio.