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  • Description: January
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    • Endgame

    • Theatrical productions; Endgame
    • January 7, 1991 Cauldron article by Steven F. Zabak about the upcoming Cleveland State University production of "Endgame."
    • LCR 022: Independence Road Bridge, January 1930

    • Bridge construction; Independence Road Bridge (Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland Union Terminal; Prints; Drypoints; Bridges; Construction
    • "Louis C. Rosenberg was commissioned by the Van Sweringen brothers to produce etchings of the construction of the Cleveland Union Terminal, including sites, demolitions, and buildings. This is print number 22 of the Rosenberg, Louis C., 1890-1983,...
    • Letter to South Euclid Historical Society

    • South Euclid; Flags; Resolutions;Correspondence
    • Letter from South Euclid Mayor Arnold D'Amico to Ms. Melinda Knapp of the South Euclid Historical Society. The letter, dated January 29, 1991, accompanied the city of South Euclid flag and resolution.
    • Do you remember the mill on the Grand River

    • Madison (Ohio); Grand River (Painesville, Ohio); Building; Newspaper clippings
    • "Do you remember ... the old mill that stood on the banks of the Grand River south of Madison? The builder, John Peleg, was born in Easton on April 1, 1811 and came to Madison by ox team when he was five years old. After little schooling in a log...
    • Higbee's Silver Grille fountain, Spring 1983

    • Higbee Co.; Silver Grille; Department stores; Restaurants
    • "Cleveland Artists Foundation at Beck Center for the Arts, 17801 Detroit Avenue, Lakewood, OH 44107, 216.227.9507. The Cleveland Artists Foundation presents Superior Quality Rorimer-Brooks Design in Cleveland, December 8, 2000 - February 25, 2001....
    • New passenger station

    • Public Square; Terminal Tower (Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland Union Terminal; Cleveland and Youngstown Railroad Co.; Referendums
    • "This is the new Passenger Station at the Southwest Corner of the Public Square that will be built if the voters of Cleveland approve the project at the election on January 6." -- card front.
      Part of folded postcard set.
    • Captain Frank Features

    • Restaurants
    • "Call 'em scampy or shrimp, city is now critters' capital. It sounds like a fish story when you tell how Cleveland is becoming the scampy center of America. That's natural because scampies are seafood. They are king-size shrimp. They weigh a...
    • Cuyahoga County Court House, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Cuyahoga County Courthouse; Lakeside Ave.; Group Plan; Public buildings; Courthouses
    • "Cuyahoga County Court House, Lakeside Avenue at Ontario St., opened January 1st, 1912 is of French Renaissance architecture. The exterior is of granite, the interior of Colorado Uhl marble. Exquisite mural paintings and beautiful panels of...
    • Lakewood's Oldest Stone House, Pioneer Kitchen

    • Kitchens; Frontier & pioneer life; Houses; Lakewood Historical Society; Lakewood; Historic buildings
    • "LAKEWOOD'S OLDEST STONE HOUSE Pioneer Kitchen 14710 Lake Avenue, Lakewood, Ohio; Much activity centered around the kitchen fireplace in a pioneer home. It was often the main source of heat and light and the aroma from steaming kettles attracted...
    • Lakewood's Oldest Stone House

    • Lakewood Historical Society; Lakewood; Frontier & pioneer life; Houses; Historic buildings
    • "LAKEWOOD'S OLDEST STONE HOUSE 14710 Lake Avenue, Lakewood, Ohio; This is the only pioneer dwelling in the Greater Cleveland area, open free to the public each Wednesday and Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. the year 'round except December and January. ...
    • WISH YOU WERE HERE

    • Jacobs Field; Baseball fields; Cleveland Indians; Gateway; Advertising cards
    • "INAUGURAL YEAR YOU CAN BE! Reserve your place in Cleveland history! Buying Season Tickets in 1994 puts you in the center of the action for the Inaugural Year of Indians Baseball at the new Cleveland Indians Baseball Park AND lets you say YOU...
    • New Public Auditorium

    • Auditoriums;Cleveland Automobile Show; Exhibitions
    • "Ohio's Biggest, Best and Most Beautiful Exposition. 22nd annual Cleveland Automobile Show. New Public Auditorium. January 20-27, 1923. Watch for our first practical demonstration of day piston rings at space B-52 lower level. Day Piston Co. E....
    • The International Highway

    • International Harvester Co.; Exhibitions; Roads; Public Auditorium
    • "The International Highway" was one of the highlights of the American Road Builders Show, which took place at Cleveland Municipal Auditorium on January 17-21, 1938, and which featured new and modern road-construction methods."--card verso.
    • Knights and Ladies of Cleveland

    • Organizations; Knights of Cleveland; Ladies of Cleveland; Meetings
    • "Joint Installation--Jan. 8, '08. The Knights of Cleveland Tent No. 5, and the Ladies of Cleveland Hive No. 117, will hold a joint Public Installation of the officers, Wednesday evening January 8th, 1908. Come and bring along your wife or...
    • Designers for Industry, Inc.

    • Industry; Industrial facilities
    • Photographed c. 1956. " Reporting the purchase of new DFI facilities for engineering, research, and development necessary for our expanded business. Occupancy of this building's 50,000 square feet of floor space at 4241 Fulton Parkway, in...
    • Lakewood's Oldest Stone House

    • Dwellings; Architecture
    • "14710 Lake Avenue, Lakewood, Ohio. This is the only pioneer dwelling in the Greater Cleveland area, open free to the public each Wednesday and Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. the year 'round except December and January. Built in 1838, it has been...

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