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    • Cleveland Public Library, 1869-1969

    • Libraries; Cleveland Public Library; Group Plan; Public buildings; Cleveland Public Library. Main Library
    • "Cleveland Public Library, 325 Superior Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44114. The Cleveland Public Library opened on February 17, 1869 in one room with 6,200 books. 100 years later, the System comprises two Main buildings downtown, with the Eastman...
    • Dr. Harvey Cushing

    • Cushing, Harvey W.; Surgery; Physicians
    • " Born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1869, Harvey Cushing received his M.D. from Harvard University. His dedication to medical techniques led to the founding of neurosurgery. His brilliant work is even today considered fundamental to the fields of brain...
    • Cleveland Public Library

    • Libraries; Cleveland Public Library
    • "Cleveland Public Library, 325 Superior Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44114. The Cleveland Public Library opened on February 17, 1869 in one room with 6,200 books. 100 years later, the System comprises two main buildings downtown, with the Eastman...
    • Klingshirn House on Webber Road

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Houses
    • "'22 Original Klingshirn home on Webber Road. The shell of the house was built around 1858 by brothers Alex and Wiley Anderson, listed as 'carpenter and joiner' on the 1850 Census. John Shafer purchased the home's shell and finished it around...
    • Welcome to Medina, Ohio sign

    • Signs
    • The sign reads: The Chamber of Commerce and Jaycees Welcome you to Medina, Ohio, The Sweetest Town on Earth. Organizations highlighted are Rotary International, Kiwanis International, Welcome Wagon Newcomers Club and Lions International. "The...
    • Horace Kelley Mansion

    • Horace Kelley Mansion; Mansions;Art Education; Cleveland Institute of Art; Willson Avenue; East 55th. St.
    • In 1891 the Cleveland Institute of Art was still in the Case Block downtown, but conditions were so bad there that the school was moved to the late Mr. Kelley's mansion at 1001 Willson Avenue (now East 55th Street) in 1892. It remained there for...
    • Painting of Public Square

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Public Square (Cleveland, Ohio); Paintings
    • "Cleveland Public Square in 1869. This large and previously unproduced painting is presented by Major Charles Strong to the Western Reserve Historical Society - Cleve - Old photos" - photo verso
    • Industrial home, Detroit Street

    • Children's Aid Society; Orphanages
    • The Industrial Farm, School and Home on Detroit Street in Cleveland, Ohio. The institution was established in 1869 to provide a home and an education for the homeless children of Cleveland and its vicinity. Shows many children at work and play....
    • Home, Walnut Street

    • Women's Christian Assn. Of Cleveland.; Lodging houses; Dwellings; City & town life
    • The boarding home of the Women's Christian Association, located at 16 Walnut St. in Cleveland, Ohio. Opened in 1869 to provide shelter and protection to young women who were on their own in the city. Print created from a wood engraving.
    • St. Clair Street school, 1868.

    • Schools; Educational facilities; Public schools; Saint Clair Ave.
    • St. Clair St. school in Cleveland, Ohio in 1868. The architects were Heard and Blythe. Reproduced for the book from a print in the Cleveland Public Schools. Thirty-third Annual Report of the Board of Education fro the school year ending August 31,...
    • Dorn Winery Float -- Grape Festival

    • Dorn Winery (Sandusky, Ohio); Dorn, John P.; Grape Festival (Sandusky,Ohio); News Depot (Sandusky, Ohio); Bus Depot (Sandusky, Ohio); Cohn Store (Sandusky, Ohio); Ace Taxi (Sandusky, Ohio); Sandusky (Ohio)
    • Parade Float during Grape Festival. John P. Dorn's Winery Float reads "Dorn's Fine Ohio Wines since 1869" -- photo verso.
    • Trade show display

    • Dorn Winery (Sandusky, Ohio); Dorn, John P.; Sandusky (Ohio)
    • Trade show exhibit of Dorn's Wines. John Phillip Dorn converted a brewery to a winery in 1869. The business passed from father to son, until it closed 1956. It was torn down in 1970.

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