105th and Euclid: The Winston Willis Story

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Representatives of University Circle Development Foundation (UCDF) and Cleveland City Planners Late 1960s.
Winston E. Willis. Cleveland Businessman & Entrepreneur in 1973
Brother and sister and omnipresent images of racial oppression. Winston and his sister, Aundra.
Jazz Temple: poster, Charlene Preston & Winston Willis, John Coltrane, Miles Davis.
Willis, Dizzy Gillespie, Joe Crosswhite, Dick “Night Train” Lane, Dinah Washington, Charlene Preston, Winston Willis
The Plain Dealer, August 26, 1971
Heading for the safety of the suburbs and the West side.
Cleveland Riots and Marshal Law.
Ohio National Guard in the streets of Cleveland. 1968
Willis properties at 105th & Euclid.
CLEVELAND CITY HALL
Carl B. Stokes, first black Mayor of an urban major city.
Sign posted on door in anticipation of another illegal property seizure. An army of Cleveland police is nearby.
L to R. The razing of Willis’ last building at 59th & Euclid. Willis back at work preparing legal motions.
Still more illegally seized properties being demolished by the city of Cleveland.
Mar 23, 2010 — Euclid Avenue Congregational Church destroyed by mysterious, late night fire.
105th and Euclid Today
Cleveland Clinic Campus
Aundra Willis Carrasco

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Freelance Writer, Essayist, Blogger, Curious Social Observer. E-Mail me at: aundra.willis@gmail.com or visit https://aundrawilliscarrasco.com

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Aundra Willis Carrasco

Aundra Willis Carrasco

Freelance Writer, Essayist, Blogger, Curious Social Observer. E-Mail me at: aundra.willis@gmail.com or visit https://aundrawilliscarrasco.com