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    • Lederer Pier after collapse

    • Cleveland (Ohio); ; Waterfronts; Piers & wharves
    • "Dredging & rains are blamed for the collapse of the north face of the westerly pier at E. Ninth St. operated by Lederer Terminal. The Seaway ship Ocean Dinny, scheduled for this space, is docked at the opposite berth..." - photo verso
    • Ontario Street - north of Howe Ave.

    • Cleveland Union Terminal; Ontario St.
    • Looking north along Ontario St. between Huron Rd.and Howe Ave. towards Public Square; the Columbia Restaurant, 2154 Ontario, and the Lederer building (1885), 2114-2116 Ontario, location of the Miller Tool Co. can be seen on the west side of...
    • 2110-2116 Ontario Street

    • Cleveland Union Terminal; Station area; Ontario St.;
    • West side of Ontario St. between Prospect Ave. and Howe Ave.; shows commercial building at 2110-2112 Ontario, location of a second-hand clothing store, 2110 Ontario, and former offices of Dr. Edward Greene and Charles Robinson, DDS., "Painless...
    • Stadium Pier

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Waterfronts; Lake Erie; Piers & wharves; East 9th St. (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "CLEVELAND'S NEWEST SEAWAY PIER is all leveled off and will be ready for dedication next month after utilities are installed. To be called the Stadium Pier, it is the light area in the foreground across the slip from Lederer Terminals at E. Ninth...
    • Group of men at terminal

    • Cleveland (Ohio); ; Waterfronts; Railroad stations; Longshoremen; Government officials;
    • "Ports & Harbors - Cleve. - Docks - Prins Frederik Hendrik at Lederer Terminal. Longshoremen stand outside." - photo verso
    • Capo Faro docked in Cleveland

    • Ships; Shipping; Cargo ships; Docks; Lake Erie
    • "Silhouette of Progress as new vessel, the Capo Faro, pulls up to Lederer Terminal dock at foot of East Ninth St. The Capo Line ship, making her first visit to Cleveland, took on 100 tons of cargo for overseas, according to Robert D. Smith,...

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