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    • 1913 Blizzard Aftermath

    • Blizzards; Streets; Snow
    • Looking west on Park Avenue West from Main Street following the November 1913 blizzard. Pedestrians, a horse-drawn sleigh and a streetcar are visible in the photo.
    • 1913 Flood

    • Bridges; Demolition; Floods
    • During the flood in 1913, the bridge near the Rocky Forks and Black Forks rivers (between Lucas and Coulter OH,) was washed out by the flood.
    • 1913 flood - North Main and Sixth

    • Floods; buildings; people
    • A crowd gathers on North Main Street and peers at some unseen sight along East Sixth Street. The street is still partially awash and debris has come to rest where the waters have receded. A sign for Mansfield Specialty and Machine Company, 24...
    • 1913 flood - North Main Street

    • Floods; People; Buildings
    • North Main Street, 1913 flood--near intersection with 5th Street. Second Hand store, (left) was located at 178 N. Main. View looks down N. Main Street, which is filled to curb height with water. A group of men look at the flood while a coatless...
    • 1913 flood - Ohio Brass

    • Factories; floods; buildings
    • Photo shows 1913 flood waters surrounding the Ohio Brass Company. Closer to the camera are two smaller wooden buildings, one of which is the Tremont House Barber Shop. Camera view looks north.
    • 1913 Flood--American Cigar Company

    • Factories; cigar industry; floods; buildings
    • View looking from the center of East Fifth near the intersection with North Diamond. On the extreme right is the corner of the Tracy and Avery Building. Further east, along the south side of East Fifth is the American Cigar Company.
    • 1913 Flood--Mansfield Lumber Company

    • Floods; buildings
    • View looking North along N. Mulberry from West Sixth Street during the flood of 1913. Mansfield Lumber Company is the large building on the west side (left) of the street. On the right side, in front of a large advertising sign for Honest S...., a...
    • 1913 flood--soggy intersection, north end

    • Floods; people; buildings; factories; boats; bridges
    • Intersection of West Sixth and North Mulberry during the 1913 flood. The view looks west on Sixth toward a flooded double iron bridge. At the northwest corner of the intersection, the edge of the Mansfield Lumber Company is visible. On a utility...
    • "Mud" Gardner Inc. - serving Mansfield since 1910

    • Automobile dealerships; Motorcycles; Politicians
    • Advertisement featuring three small photos: portrait of Roy "Mud" Gardner; a line-up of motorcycles in front of Excelsior Auto - Cycle shop (possibly South Main St.) and the 1952 "Mud" Gardner Buick showroom at 116 Park Avenue West.
    • A Cigar Manufacturing Town

    • Cigars; Cigar Industry; Industry
    • The American Cigar Company, North Adams and East Fifth Street. This view looks at the East Fifth Street side of the five-story building. By 1932 the American Cigar Company was out of business and the building empty. It was demolished in 1940 to...
    • A gathering at Galbraith's

    • Stores & shops; General stores
    • Four people gather in the cluttered aisles of Galbraith's General Store in Lexington. A glass display case runs along the aisle to the right in the photo while the left side of the narrow aisle is occupied by a table holding all manner of fresh...
    • A Quiet Day at Union Station

    • Railroad stations, Locomotives
    • A view of Union Station looking southwest from the junction of the Erie and Pennsylvania railroads. A steam train passes north on the Pennsylvania. Another steam train idles on a siding in the background. Seven or eight men loiter near the...
    • A Snowy Walk on Main Street

    • Streets; Snow
    • Aftermath of the November 1913 blizzard. Photo looks north west from 96 North Main. Visible are four men conversing in front of Hunt's News, a Western Union sign and, across Main Street on the west side,, the Court European Hotel.
    • A Soldier

    • World War II;Soldiers
    • An unidentified soldier standing in front of a prop plane
    • A View of Copus Hill

    • Hills; Monuments & memorials; Trees
    • Scan of a faded photograph showing a partially wooded, rock studded hillside rising above the Copus Massacre Monument. The monument commemorates a bloody battle between settlers and Native Americans in 1812.
    • A View of Fourth and Main Streets: 1918

    • Streets; Storefronts
    • View of North Main St. looking south from 4th St. Many bystanders on the street possibly due to a parade or visit from dignitary. Schwan Photography, Tawse's Pharmacy, the Royal Theater and Harry Gurney pocket billiard room. Also streetcar,...

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