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    • West 117th Street explosion, 1953

    • Lakewood (Ohio); West 117th St.; Highland Ave.; West 117th Street explosions, 1953;
    • On September 10, 1953 a series of explosions believed to have been caused by sewer gases ripped up a one mile stretch of West 117th St. from Lake Ave. south to Berea Rd. The explosions left one woman dead and more than 60 injured and destroyed...
    • City Club Forum: Admiral Gene R. La Rocque [audio]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; Local government; City Club Forum; La Rocque, Gene R. (Gene Robert), 1918- ;People associated with military activities; People...
    • Retired Admiral Gene R. (Gene Robert) La Rocque, critic of U.S. military spending. Along with other retired military officers, a founder of Center for Defense Information, CDI '' to analyze military matters, inform decision-makers and the public,...
    • Angela Wright Combes

    • Combes, Willard; Combes, Richard W.; Turner, Orren Jack; Combes, Angela Wright;
    • Black and white bridal photograph by Orren Jack Turner of the daughter-in-law of Willard Combes. Verso reads "Mrs. Willard Combes" but it is believed that this should say "Mrs. Richard W. Combes." The bride is Angela Wright Combes.
    • Cleveland Now! promotion, 1968 [video]

    • Cleveland Now;Rockefeller Park; Rockefeller Park Greenhouse; Urban renewal; Mayoral Administration Of Carl B. Stokes; Stokes, Carl B.;Mayors
    • A promotion for the Cleveland Now! project initiated by Mayor Carl B. Stokes to revitalize the city and rehabilitate its neighborhoods. The charismatic and popular Stokes believed that Cleveland Now! would be an adequate response to the city's...
    • Ladder rescue from the Cleveland Clinic fire

    • Cleveland Clinic Disaster; Cleveland Clinic; Fires; Disaster victims; Hospitals; Ladders
    • Rescue workers frantically attempt to save victims of the Cleveland Clinic fire by escorting them out of the buildings second floor down ladders. In the foreground of the photograph, the entrance to the Clinic ("Clinic Building") is visible. The...
    • Ship and tub in river

    • American Ship Building Company; Shipping; Boat & ship industry; Boat & ship companies
    • A ship and a tug in the river at what's believed to be the American Ship Building Co., on the Cuyahoga or Lorain rivers, ca. 1917. Album was property of Frank Erwin, though the photographer is uncertain as a couple of the images were postcards.
    • Ships near drydock

    • American Ship Building Company; Shipping; Boat & ship industry; Boat & ship companies
    • Ships tied up near drydock at what's believed to be an American Ship Building Co. dock, on the Cuyahoga or Lorain rivers, ca. 1917. Album was property of Frank Erwin, though the photographer is uncertain as a couple of the images were postcards.
    • Ships in drydocks

    • American Ship Building Company; Shipping; Boat & ship industry; Boat & ship companies
    • Two ships in drydock at what's believed to be an American Ship Building Co. dock, on the Cuyahoga or Lorain rivers, ca. 1917. Album was property of Frank Erwin, though the photographer is uncertain as a couple of the images were postcards.
    • Garfield Home in Hiram Ohio

    • Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881; Hiram (Ohio); Hiram College
    • Located on Hinsdale Street in Hiram, the house is believed to have been built by Horace Brown in the early 1850s. In 1863, Garfield bought this house for his family. His wife Lucretia and father-in-law, worked to enlarge it while Garfield was...
    • Garfield Home in Hiram Ohio

    • Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881; Hiram (Ohio); Hiram College
    • Located on Hinsdale Street in Hiram, the house is believed to have been built by Horace Brown in the early 1850s. In 1863, Garfield bought this house for his family. His wife Lucretia and father-in-law, worked to enlarge it while Garfield was...
    • Garfield Home in Hiram Ohio

    • Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881; Hiram (Ohio); Hiram College
    • Located on Hinsdale Street in Hiram, the house is believed to have been built by Horace Brown in the early 1850s. In 1863, Garfield bought this house for his family. His wife Lucretia and father-in-law, worked to enlarge it while Garfield was...
    • Garfield Home in Hiram Ohio -- Side View

    • Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881; Hiram (Ohio); Hiram College
    • Located on Hinsdale Street in Hiram, the house is believed to have been built by Horace Brown in the early 1850s. In 1863, Garfield bought this house for his family. His wife Lucretia and father-in-law, worked to enlarge it while Garfield was...
    • Garfield Home in Hiram Ohio

    • Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881; Hiram (Ohio); Hiram College
    • Located on Hinsdale Street in Hiram, the house is believed to have been built by Horace Brown in the early 1850s. In 1863, Garfield bought this house for his family. His wife Lucretia and father-in-law, worked to enlarge it while Garfield was...
    • Garfield Home in Hiram Ohio

    • Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881; Hiram (Ohio); Hiram College
    • Located on Hinsdale Street in Hiram, the house is believed to have been built by Horace Brown in the early 1850s. In 1863, Garfield bought this house for his family. His wife Lucretia and father-in-law, worked to enlarge it while Garfield was...
    • Garfield Home in Hiram Ohio

    • Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881; Hiram (Ohio); Hiram College
    • Located on Hinsdale Street in Hiram, the house is believed to have been built by Horace Brown in the early 1850s. In 1863, Garfield bought this house for his family. His wife Lucretia and father-in-law, Zeb Rudolph, worked to enlarge it while...
    • Garfield Home in Hiram Ohio with Bonney Castle

    • Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881; Hiram (Ohio); Hiram College
    • Located on Hinsdale Street in Hiram, the house is believed to have been built by Horace Brown in the early 1850s. In 1863, Garfield bought this house for his family. His wife Lucretia and father-in-law, worked to enlarge it while Garfield was...

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