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    • League Park

    • Baseball; Stadiums; Sports & recreation facilities; Sports spectators
    • League Park was the Cleveland Indians first home. It opened May 1, 1891 and reopened April 21,1910. The last game was played on September 21,1946. It was demolished 1951. Capacity: 9,000 (1891); 21,414 (1910). Architect: Osborn Engineering (1910).
    • All Souls' Universalist Church

    • All Souls' Universalist Church; Churches; Unitarian Universalist churches
    • Image of All Souls' Universalist Church, organized in 1891, located at Thackery Ave. and E. 55th. St. In 1912 the church relocated to another building in East Cleveland.
    • 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...
    • League Park

    • League Park; Baseball fields; Sports & recreation facilities; Stadiums
    • "1891-1946 Cleveland Indians" -- card front
      "League Park (Cleveland, Ohio) Located at the northeast corner of E. 66th St. and Lexington Avenue, it was home to Cleveland's major league baseball teams from 1891 thru 1946, including the 1920...
    • Halle Building

    • Halles; Halle Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Halle Brothers Co.; Euclid Ave.; Shopping; Department stores
    • The Halle Bros. Co. Euclid Ave. façade, Cleveland, Ohio. The family owned department store started in 1891.
    • Halle Building

    • Halles; Halle Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Halle Brothers Co.; Euclid Ave.; Department stores; Shopping
    • The Halle Bros. Co. Euclid Ave. façade, Cleveland, Ohio. The family owned department store started in 1891.
    • Halle Building

    • Halles; Halle Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Halle Brothers Co.; Euclid Ave.; Department stores; Shopping
    • The Halle Bros. Co. Euclid Ave façade, Cleveland, Ohio. The family owned department store started in 1891.
    • Interior of Halle's Department Store

    • Halles; Halle Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Halle Brothers Co.; Euclid Ave.; Department stores; Shopping
    • The Halle Bros. Co. Euclid Ave, Cleveland, Ohio. The family owned department store started in 1891. Interior view of Mezzanine Shop.
    • Interior of Halle's Department Store

    • Halles; Halle Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Halle Brothers Co.; Euclid Ave.; Department stores; Shopping
    • The Halle Bros. Co. Euclid Ave, Cleveland, Ohio. The family owned department store started in 1891. "'Art in Industry'. Behind the luxuries and necessities of day by day life is the far flung romance of international commerce. The making of every...
    • The Halle Bros. Co.

    • Halles; Halle Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Halle Brothers Co.; Huron Rd; Prospect Ave.; Department stores; Shopping
    • "The Halle Bros. Co., Cleveland, established in 1891, is one of the country's finer department stores. Located at East 12th Street on historic Euclid Ave. Shops for women's and children's apparel; complete store for men; thirty model rooms featured...
    • Halle Buildings

    • Halles; Halle Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Halle Brothers Co.; Huron Rd; Prospect Ave.; Department stores; Shopping
    • "The Halle Bros. Co., Cleveland, established in 1891, is one of the country's finer department stores. Located at East 12th Street on historic Euclid Ave. Shops for women's and children's apparel; complete store for men; thirty model rooms featured...
    • The Halle Brothers Co.

    • Halle Brothers Co.; Department stores; Halles
    • "The Halle Bros. Co. - Cleveland. Established in 1891, is one of the country's finer department stores. Located at East 12th Street on historic Euclid Avenue. Shop for women's and children's apparel; complete store for men; thirty model rooms...
    • Madison Home

    • Madison (Ohio); Assistance; Rest homes; Haunted places
    • "Madison Home" -- photo verso. Group home for mothers, wives and sisters of soldiers from 1891 to 1904. Text on sign in front of building reads "Madison Home ... Est. 1891 ... Delbert E Nixon ... Supt. ... Department of Public Welfare ... Mrs. R....
    • Detroit Avenue - East School

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Lakewood Public Schools; Detroit Ave. (Lakewood, Ohio); Garfield School
    • The Ohio Common Schools Act, 1867, allotted three school to the East Rockport area. East School, No. 10, was built on Detroit Ave. on the present site of Garfield Elementary School. Originally a one-room brick building it was partitioned into two...
    • Do you remember the L. Gale Cooperage

    • Madison (Ohio); Barrels; Newspaper clippings
    • "Do you remember ... The L. Gale Cooperage, the building now owned by the Mayhew Feed and Fuel, located on Lake St. between the Nickel Plate and New York Central tracks, and to its left was Ed Dayton's cattle shoot. Lucius Gale, the owner,...

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