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    • Invitation to meeting, Excelsior Club

    • Excelsior; Clubs; Invitations
    • "Excelsior Club. Cleveland, O., August 24th, 1881: Dear Sir: There will be a Special Meeting of the Club Sunday, Aug. 28th. at 7:30 P.M., to ballot for candidtes. By order of President, H.J. Lehman, Sec'y."--card front.
    • James A. Garfield, President

    • Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881
    • Artotype of President James A. Garfield by H.W. Tibbals, Painesville OH. Copyright 1881 1881 by H.W. Tibbals. On back: "This picture is printed in permanent ink and will never fade as ordinary photographs do."
    • Garfield Flag

    • Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881; flags
    • Harry Leach displays the flag made by Hiram Village women at the announcement of James A. Garfield's nomination for President of the United States; the flag was flown each day from July 4, 1880 to July 2, 1881 when Garfield was shot. From July 3rd...
    • Booth Memorial Hospital

    • Booth Memorial Hospital; Maternity hospitals; Salvation Army
    • "Booth Memorial Hospital, 1881 Torbenson Drive, Cleveland 12, Ohio, Telephone: IVanhoe 1-4015" -- card verso. "Booth is an accredited maternity hospital, operated by the Salvation Army. Its primary objective is service to the patient and community....
    • Sadd's Bar

    • Cleveland State University; Fenn College; East 24th St.; Sadd's Bar
    • Fenn College takes ownership of Sadd's Bar and Restaurant, 1881 East 24th St., as Fenn College President G. Brooks Earnest accepts the keys from Thomas Sadd. Sadd's was a popular place for Fenn dorm residents to eat on Sunday evenings.
    • Sadd's Bar

    • Cleveland State University; Fenn College; East 24th St.; Sadd's Bar
    • Fenn College takes ownership of Sadd's Bar and Restaurant, 1881 East 24th St., as Fenn College President G. Brooks Earnest accepts the keys from Thomas Sadd. Sadd's was a popular place for Fenn dorm residents to eat on Sunday evenings.
    • Sadd's Building

    • Cleveland State University; East 24th St.; Sadd's Bar; Band Building
    • The former site of Sadd's Bar and Restaurant, 1881 East 24th St., was originally remodeled by CSU to accomodate students who brought their lunches. Instead the building was used by the Music Department as a practice area.
    • Sadd's Bar interior

    • Cleveland State University; Fenn College; East 24th St.; Sadd's Bar
    • Interior of Sadd's Bar and Restaurant, 1881 East 24th St., shortly after Fenn College purchased the building. Sadd's was a popular place for Fenn dorm residents to eat on Sunday evenings.
    • Sadd's Bar interior

    • Cleveland State University; Fenn College; East 24th St.; Sadd's Bar
    • Maintenance man, Carl Schroeder, sits inside Sadd's Bar and Restaurant, 1881 East 24th St., shortly after Fenn College purchased the building. Sadd's was a popular place for Fenn dorm residents to eat on Sunday evenings.
    • The Pleasant Valley Road Bridge, in Willoughby Hills, Ohio

    • Bridges; Truss bridges; Chagrin River (Willoughby Hills, Ohio)
    • A through-truss bridge over the Chagrin River in Willoughby Hills, Ohio. The plaque beside it reads: "Ohio Historical Marker. The Pleasant Valley Road Bridge. This single lane Pleasant Valley Road Bridge was constructed in 1881 by the Wrought Iron...
    • Charles Guiteau in his cell

    • Guiteau, Charles J. (Charles Julius), 1841-1882
    • Newspaper sketch of Charles Guiteau in his cell; Guiteau shot President James A. Garfield, July 2, 1881. The President died, September 19, 1881. Guiteau was found guilty of murder and hanged June 30, 1882.
    • "Point of Beginning" Monument for the U.S. Public Land Surveys

    • Historical markers; Surveying; East Liverpool (Ohio); History;Point of beginning; Hutchins, Thomas; Geographers Line; Monuments; Southern Terminal Monument; Land Ordinance 1785
    • "Erected in 1881 by a joint commission appointed by the states of Pennsylvania and Ohio to re-survey and re-mark the boundary line as established in 1786. Pennsylvania."--Inscription on the "east face" of the marker.
      Congress passed the Land...
    • "Point of Beginning" Monument for the U.S. Public Land Surveys

    • Historical markers; Surveying; East Liverpool (Ohio); History;Point of beginning; Hutchins, Thomas; Geographers Line; Monuments; Southern Terminal Monument; Land Ordinance 1785
    • "1112 feet south of this spot was the "Point of Beginning" for surveying the public lands of the United States. There on September 30, 1785, Thomas Hutchins, first geographer of the United States began the Geographers' Line of the Seven Ranges. ...
    • Flag Raising at Garfield Centennial Celebration

    • Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881; Hiram College
    • Flag Raising at Garfield Centennial Celebration in Hiram, Ohio on November 19, 1931. Color Guard and Band from Ft. Hayes, Columbus, Ohio. The Flag was the one used to drape President James A. Garfield's casket as he was brought to Cleveland from...

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