Map 5 out of the book, "Report on the sanitary condition of the Cleveland water supply on the probable effect of the proposed changes in sewage disposal and on the various sources of typhoid fever in Cleveland".
Black and white postcard of Warren, Ohio. Messages on back states, "Madam, we are sending all we have in stock and ordering same sent direct. Byard and Voit". Addressed to Miss A. F. Brown, North Bloomfield, Ohio on February 8, 1912 for one cent.
The collection consists of photographs and copy negatives assembled from a variety of sources, including PG 273 United Auto Workers, Local 45 Negatives (Western Reserve Historical Society), the Cleveland Press collection of Cleveland State University, and former Press photographer William S. Nehez. The photographs were used in an audiovisual presentation for the January 18, 1989 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration at the Western Reserve Historical Society. The bulk of photographs are views of Dr. King's visits to Cleveland, Ohio and portraits of program honorees from the 1989 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration.
Black and white photograph with caption for two images of a 12-inch equatorial position micrometer (M-48) front and side views. Micrometer built for Philadelphia High School. The caption reads, "The micrometer is an instrument attached to the eye end of a telescope and is intended for measuring the diameter of sun, moon, and planets, the size of sun spots and markings on the planets; the distance of the satellites from their primaries- between two contiguous stars- between a star and planet or between a comet and a contiguous star in order to determine its motion, etc.", "No. 28-A"
Transparency of photograph of pottery Rookwood Vase. Unusual Rookwood vase, golden tan blending with brown toward bottom. 10" high, base 4.75". On one side is a branch of blueberries and leaves. On opposite side is a crescent moon and bats. Flecks of gold are on body and two flat handles near top. In perfect condition. Labeled with Rookwood mark of 1882. Artist's mark A.R.V. Stands for Albert R. Valentien, who became director of Rookwood Pottery in 1909.
Color: brown, blue, green, MUS60.335