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    • Zel's Drive-In, fine food

    • Restaurants; drive-in restaurants; automobiles; buildings; people
    • The site Zel's Drive-In at the corner of Union at Cleveland Streets in Butler has a long history of commercial activity. For many years it has been home to a restaurant/soft-serve ice cream stand. Seventy years before this photo was taken, it was...
    • You Can Be Sure if it's Westinghouse

    • Factories; Signs
    • Color photo of the famous, "You can be sure..." sign on top of the factory as well as another across the front of a truck terminal that reads "Ohio, Home of Westinghouse Appliances." The photo shows several factory buildings, an orange...
    • Yellow Streetcar on Park Avenue West

    • Buildings; Streets; Storefronts; Street railroads; streetcars
    • View looking west on Park Ave. West from Main St. Shows the bell tower of the city fire department which was located on P A W and Walnut. Also shows the streetcar heading east and several bystanders and horses. Also a few old cars.
    • Y's Men's Club--Mansfield, Ohio

    • Men; clubs; YMCA
    • Thirty members of the Mansfield YMCA men's club pose for a group portrait. Those identified are--sitting: W.C. Mansfield, Harold Balyeat, Kent Oberlin, David Todd, Granville Purdum, Leo Fox, William Nusbaum, Gaylord Bahl and Ralph...
    • Y.M.C.A. Mansfield, Ohio

    • YMCA; buildings
    • The Y.M.C.A. was located at 45 Park Avenue West between Walnut Street and Mulberry. The Y was on the south side of Park Avenue between the First English Lutheran manse (right) and the Mansfield Telephone Company (left).
    • Y.M.C.A. - 1914

    • Buildings; ymca
    • The Y.M.C.A. was located at 45 Park Avenue West between Walnut Street and Mulberry. The Y was on the south side of Park Avenue between the First English Lutheran manse (right) and the Mansfield Telephone Company (left).
    • Wreck on the C-A & M; Mansfield, Ohio

    • Street railroads; Street railroad accidents; Interurbans
    • Wreck on the Cleveland-Southwestern Interurban line, September 7, 1910. According to a local newspaper, the brakes failed at the Grace Street turn on the morning train from Ashland. Photo shows a crowd, with barefoot children in the forefront,...
    • Working in the cigar factory

    • Cigar industry; People; laborers
    • Two men stand and watch a woman standing at a long bench that is covered by stacks of newly made cigars. Behind them, women are seated at benches, bundling cigars for the American Cigar Company.
    • Women's College

    • Universities & colleges; buildings; apartments
    • When this photo was taken, contractors were in the process of knocking off the top two floors of what had been a four-story building built in 1853 as the Mansfield Women's College. The college, run by the Methodist Church, never was truly...
    • Wing's Laundry and Dichoff's Barbershop

    • Buildings; Storefronts; Barbershops; Cleaning establishments
    • Wing's Laundry and Dichoff's Barbershop at 242 North Main Street, just north of Sixth Street. The view shows several low frame buildings along the bricked Main Street. The streetcar tracks run down the center of Main Street. A 1920's vintage car...
    • Windemere Apartments

    • Buildings; apartments
    • Dimon Sturges, grocer, druggist and civic leader built a new home at 114 Park Avenue West (site of the downtown Holiday Inn) in 1892. In 1895 or 96, the home was purchased by Mrs. Belle Bird, who founded the Windemere boarding school for girls. ...
    • William Jennings Bryan on the stump

    • Presidential elections; political campaigns; politics & government
    • William Jennings Bryan speaks before a large crowd from a temporary pavilion in front of the Mansfield Linseed Oil Company, 32 (or 26, depending on the source) West Sixth Street, just west of North Main Street.
    • William Jennings Bryan and the adoring hordes

    • Political campaigns; presidential elections; politics and government
    • William Jennings Bryan address a large crowd at Union Station, Mansfield, from a flat-bed railroad car. A crude fabric roof and back shelter the crowd of men standing on the car.
    • William J. Bryan and a sea of hats

    • Political campaigns; presidential elections; politics and government; hats
    • Democratic candidate for president, William Jennings Bryan stands on a covered platform and addresses supporters at a stop in Mansfield. Bryan's patriotically decorated platform was located on West Sixth, just West of Main Street. This photo...

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