Skip to main content

Add or remove other collections to your search:



Narrow your search by:



You've searched: All Collections

  • Description: Cleaveland
(31 results)



Display: 20

    • S.S. Moses Cleaveland

    • S.S. Moses Cleaveland; Ships; Great Lakes Exposition; Exhibition facilities; Exhibitions
    • Pictured is the S.S. Moses Cleaveland, a showboat that was at the Great Lakes Exposition. The S.S. Moses Cleaveland, named after the founder of the city, was the home of Exposition officials and a club for sponsors. Notably, President Franklin D....
    • The Best I Ever Saw!

    • Combes, Willard; Editorial cartoons; Burton, Harold Hitz; Cleveland; Cleaveland, Moses;
    • Editorial cartoon by Willard Combes depicting Moses Cleaveland standing in front of a very large book with the words "Harold Burton's Record as Mayor of Cleveland" on the front of it. Cleaveland is saying "The best I ever saw!"
    • Summit Avenue - Moses Cleaveland Tree

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Summit Ave.
    • This tree on Summit Ave. was one of 150 trees selected throughout Cuyahoga County as part of the sesquicenteenial observance of Moses Cleaveland and his party's landing at mouth of the Cuyahoga River on 22 July 1796
    • Tudor Arms Hotel Moses Cleaveland figure detail

    • Tudor Arms Hotel; Hotels; Cleveland (Ohio); Sculpture; Gothic revival (architecture); Moses Cleaveland Statue
    • "A late Romantic Revival high rise, this building sports unusually rich Tudor Gothic details blended into a fine brick skin. The Figure is probably that of Moses Cleaveland himself. Tudor Arms now graduate House at East 107th and Carnegie erected...
    • Site of Moses Cleaveland's landing marker

    • Cleaveland, Moses; Posters; Historical markers
    • "Near this site landed Moses Cleaveland and his surveying party July 22, 1796. Passing up the hill along the old Indian trail (Union Lane) Cleveland viewed for the first time the land on which was afterwards located the city named in his honor....
    • Reducing His Efficiency!

    • Combes, Willard; Editorial cartoons; Cleaveland, Moses; Dogs; World War II; Cleveland;
    • Editorial cartoon by Willard Combes depicting Moses Cleaveland wearing a barrel and standing next to a piece of equipment with the words "War work" on the front of it. He is saying "I could do more work if I didn't have to spend so much time...
    • The Mayor's Best Campaign!

    • Combes, Willard; Editorial cartoons; Cleaveland, Moses; Burke, Thomas A. (Aloysius); Cleveland; Dogs
    • Editorial cartoon by Willard Combes depiciting Mayor Thomas Burke sawing a log marked "Lake Front." There are five other logs depicted with the words "Rat Control," "Housing for Servicemen," "Jobs for Soldiers," "Police," "Garbage and Rubbish...
    • A Big Job of Digging!

    • Combes, Willard; Editorial cartoons; Cleaveland, Moses; Cleveland Chamber Of Commerce; Cuyahoga River; Steam shovels
    • Editorial cartoon by Willard Combes depicting Moses Cleaveland standing in water using a shovel. In front of him on the water are the words "Half Measures." There is also a man operating a steam shovel with the words "Chamber of Commerce...
    • We've Got Too Many Already!

    • Combes, Willard; Editorial cartoons; Cleveland; Alcoholic beverages; Wine industry; Cleaveland, Moses
    • Editorial cartoon by Willard Combes depicting the state liquor board with someone controling the valve on a hose. The hose is being held by a man in a rowboat with a tag that reads "More wine and beer permits" and he is saying "Turn on the hose." ...
    • Hang On, Mose!

    • Combes, Willard; Editorial cartoons; Lake Erie; Lakefront; Cleaveland, Moses; Corlett, Alva R.
    • Editorial cartoon by Willard Combes probably on a singletone drawing board, although it is not marked as such. Cartoon depicts Moses Cleaveland kneeling down holding onto the edge of the Cleveland lakefront. Judge Alva R. Corlett is shown banging...
    • How Are Your Brakes?

    • Combes, Willard; Editorial cartoons; Cleaveland, Moses; Dogs; Automobiles;
    • Editorial cartoon by Willard Combes depicting Moses Cleaveland driving a car into a pole. There is a sign on the pole that reads "How are your brakes?" and writing on the side of the car that reads "Too many Cleveland autos." There is a dog in...
    • Cleveland school children

    • Cleveland Public Schools; School integration; School children; Busing
    • "[B]us from Moses Cleaveland heading for Nathaniel Hawthorne school"--photo verso. Cleveland school children on bus from Moses Cleaveland Elementary School to Nathaniel Hawthorne High School.
    • Women's City Club tea

    • Women's City Club; Women's clubs; Cross, Cleaveland R.; Robinson, Lucey; Ackert, Sally; Ackert, Paul; Ackert, Paul; Chiney, Charles; Parties
    • "Women's City Club Mrs. Cleaveland R. Cross-Miss Lucey Robinson Miss Sally Ackert-Mr. Paul Ackert-Mrs. Paul Ackert Mrs. Charles Chiney-Mrs Charles Chiney"--photo verso. club party

QuickView

Display a larger image and more item information when the pointer pauses over a thumbnail
 

Layout options:

Select the collections to add or remove from your search
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
 
OK
Select the collections to add or remove from your search
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
 
OK