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  • Description: Architect:William
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    • St. Adelbert

    • Architecture, sacred; Catholic churches; Catholics, Roman; Italian Renaissance; Czechs; African Americans; St. Adalbert Catholic Church; Ginther, William
    • St. Adalbert. 2347 East 83rd Street. 1911. Architect: William Ginther
    • Church of the Nativity / Blessed Virgin Mary

    • Churches; Cleveland; Architecture, sacred; Catholic churches; Catholics; Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Parish; Slovaks; Jansen, William; Church of the Nativity
    • Church of the Nativity / Blessed Virgin Mary. 9600 Aetna Road. 1925-27. Architect: William Jansen. Emile Ulrich was the architect for the school, which began construction in 1913.
    • St. Adalbert's

    • Architecture, sacred; Catholic churches; Catholics, Roman; Italian Renaissance; Czechs; African Americans; St. Adalbert Catholic Church; Ginther, William
    • St. Adalbert. 2347 East 83rd Street. 1911. Architect: William Ginther
    • St. Adalbert's

    • Architecture, sacred; Catholic churches; Catholics, Roman; Italian Renaissance; Czechs; African Americans; St. Adalbert Catholic Church; Ginther, William;
    • St. Adalbert. 2347 East 83rd Street. 1911. Architect: William Ginther.
    • Antioch Baptist Church

    • Architecture, sacred; Churches; Baptist Churches; Presbyterians; Baptists; African Americans; Cedar Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Presbyterian churches; Cedar Ave.; McMickle, Marvin; Antioch Baptist Church; Community service; Sabin, William Warren
    • Antioch Bapt. Ch. 8869 Cedar. (Formerly Bolton Avenue Presbyterian Church). 1892. Architect:William Warren Sabin
    • Shrine Church of St. Stanislaus

    • Architecture, sacred; Churches; Polish churches; Polish; Roman Catholic churches; Shrine Church of St. Stanislaus (Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland, Slavic Village; Dunn, William; Kolaszewski, Anton Francis; Gothic revival (architecture)
    • Shrine Church of St. Stanislaus. 3649 East 65th. 1891. Architect: William Dunn.
    • St. Aloysius

    • Architecture, sacred; Churches; Catholic churches; Catholics, Roman; Glenville (Cleveland, Ohio); African American neighborhoods; African Americans; St. Clair Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Jansen, William; Irish; Neoclassicism (architecture); Saint...
    • St. Aloysius R.C. Ch. 10932 St. Clair. 1922. Architect: William Jansen.
    • St. Jerome

    • Architecture, sacred; Churches; Catholic churches; Catholics, Roman; Lakeshore Boulevard (Cleveland, Ohio); Gothic revival (architecture); Collinwood; Koehl, William; Saint Jerome Catholic Church; Stickle, Kelly & Stickle
    • St. Jerome R.C. Ch. 15200 Lakeshore. 1950. Architect: William Koehl.
    • St. Casimir

    • Churches; Architecture, sacred; Catholic churches; Jansen, William; Polish churches; Polish; Saint Casimir Church (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • St. Casimir Catholic Church. 8223 Sowinski Avenue. 1918. Architect: William Jansen
    • St. Maron

    • Architecture, Romanesque; Catholic churches; Catholics, Roman; Italians; Arab Americans; Cleveland; Carnegie Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Ginther, William; Saint Anthony's Church; Saint Maron
    • St. Maron Syrian Catholic Church, 1245 Carnegie Avenue. 1904. Architect: William P. Ginther. Formerly St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church.
    • Holy Trinity/St. Edward

    • Architecture, sacred; Catholic churches; Catholics, Roman; Irish; Germans; African Americans; Architecture, romanesque; Woodland Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • Holy Trinity Woodland/East 69th. 7211 Woodland Avenue. 1906. Architect: William Guenther. Currently 4 Real Church.
    • Holy Trinity & St. Edward

    • Architecture, sacred; Catholic churches; Catholics, Roman; Irish; Germans; African Americans; Architecture, Romanesque; Woodland Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Holy Trinity Catholic Church (Cleveland, Ohio); Woodland Ave.
    • Holy Trinity Woodland/East 69th. 1906. Architect: William Guenther.
    • St. Maron

    • Architecture, sacred; Architecture, Romanesque; Catholic churches; Catholics, Roman; Italians; Arab Americans; Cleveland; Carnegie Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Ginther, William; Saint Anthony's Church; Saint Maron
    • St. Maron Syrian Catholic Church, 1245 Carnegie Avenue. 1904. Architect: William P. Ginther. Formerly St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church.
    • Construction of steel structure of buildings 6 and 21

    • Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company; Construction
    • View from inside the foundation showing workers installing interior supports inside the steel structure. Steel bars rest on the ground in front of the structure. Several cranes are shown, and an idle cement mixer is on the left of the photo. ...
    • Main entrance post-alteration

    • Rose Building (Cleveland, OH)
    • View of the post-alteration main entrance. Framed windows surmount a filigree panel; beneath this panel is a metalwork decorative panel with the words ""Rose Building"". Five glass entrance doors are at the ground level. Metalwork signs on either...
    • Elevator bank and entrance doors post-alteration

    • Rose Building (Cleveland, OH)
    • View of interior of foyer from the perspective of the back stairwell. Shows part of the elevator bank with its metal decorative doors. Shows the heavy metal entrance doors: one single door and two revolving doors. Window panels above entrance...
    • Construction of foundation of Buildings 6 and 21

    • Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company; Construction; Construction workers
    • View of the wood framing of the foundation of the buildings. Workers in the foreground have cast off coveralls, which lay on a pile of soil. A ladder leads to street level on the right hand side. A tractor trailer on the left has discharged its...
    • Excavation of site

    • Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company; Construction
    • View from the ground level of the dismantling of the former Goodyear headquarters complex on the southern side of East Market Street. Plant smokestacks are shown on the right side. Contractor: George A. Rutherford Company, Architect: Powell,...
    • Excavation of site

    • Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company; Construction
    • View of excavated foundation site. A tractor trailer is in the center; its trailer is up-ended, having unloaded its cargo. Barrels have been rolled onto the ground in front of the trailer. Two other tractor trailers sit to the left and right of...

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