- Age at Time of Disappearance: 10 years old
- Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 4'11"; 90 lbs.
- Distinguishing Characteristics: White female. Blonde hair; blue eyes.
- Clothing: Blue jeans with a side zipper and no label; bright red cotton panties; green socks; a white cotton Honeylane undershirt; a red sport shirt; a navy blue poplin jacket with no label and both pockets torn; size five or five and a half brown Karrybrooke Sportshoes loafers and a yellow gold ring.
Beverly Rose Potts (April 15, 1941 - unknown) was last seen at a performance of Showagon, a city-sponsored arts program featuring local kids who sing and dance, on the evening of August 24, 1951. Beverly was 10 years-old, she had gone to Halloran Park (between West 117th and 120th) with a friend to see the show at 7 pm. Her friend had to be home by dark, and so left at 8:40 pm leaving Beverly to find a way home on her own. They had left their bikes at Beverly's house. A 13 year-old fellow student thought they saw her leaving the park after the show let out at 9:30 pm. By 10:30 pm her parents had called the police. She was never seen again, neither living nor dead. http://clevelandcentennial.blogspot.com/2011/06/beverly-potts.html