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    • Steamship docks -- foot of Columbus Avenue

    • Steamboats; People; Passengers; Fountains; Piers & wharves; Sandusky Bay (Ohio); Arrow (Ship); R.B. Hayes (Ship); Columbus Avenue (Sandusky, Ohio); Water Street (Sandusky, Ohio); Sandusky Fish Co. (Sandusky, Ohio); Railroads; Sandusky (Ohio)
    • Scene at the foot of Columbus Avenue at Water Street, circa 1900, showing steamship docks and community fountain. The steamer "Arrow" is at dock; the "R.B. Hayes" is approaching (or leaving) the dock; another unidentified steamship is visible in...
    • Extinguishing the Sandusky fire of 1960

    • Sandusky Fire Department; Fires; Fire fighters; Fire engines & equipment; Sandusky Fire of 1960; F. W. Woolworth Co. (Sandusky, Ohio); Crosby Shoes (Sandusky, Ohio); Columbus Avenue (Sandusky, Ohio); Sandusky (Ohio)
    • Firefighters work to extinguish fire of F. W. Woolworth and Crosby Shoes buildings on Columbus Avenue in Sandusky on January 5, 1960.
    • Man injured in Sandusky fire, 1960

    • Sandusky Fire Department; Fires; Fire engines & equipment; Sandusky Fire of 1960; Fire fighters; F. W. Woolworth Co. (Sandusky, Ohio); Columbus Avenue (Sandusky, Ohio); Sandusky (Ohio)
    • Fire engine is parked in front of F.W. Woolworth Co. on Columbus Ave in Sandusky, Ohio during fire of 1960 as firefighters put out the blaze. "Man injured by flying water hose" -- photo verso.
    • Steamer, "City of Sandusky"

    • Steamboats; City of Sandusky (Ship); Passengers; Sandusky (Ohio)
    • A view of the steamer "City of Sandusky." The first "City of Sandusky" was built in Sandusky in 1866 by George Fordham. The ship operated primarily between Detroit and Sandusky until 1876, when it burned at Port Stanley, Ontario.
    • Follett House, Sandusky, Ohio, 1979

    • Follett House (Sandusky, Ohio); Homes (Sandusky, Ohio); Greek revival (Architecture); Widow's walks; Sandusky (Ohio)
    • Originally owned by Oran Follett, the Follett House has since been turned into a museum showcasing numerous collections important to Sandusky's local history."Follett House, 404 Wayne St., Sandusky, O." -- photo verso.
    • Sandusky Opera House

    • Buildings; Sandusky Opera House (Sandusky, Ohio); Nielsen Opera House (Sandusky, Ohio); Biemiller Opera House (Sandusky, Ohio); Sandusky (Ohio)
    • Sandusky Opera House, southwest corner of Water & Jackson Streets. Also known as the Nielsen Opera House and the Biemiller Opera House.
    • Sandusky's first streetcar

    • Columbus Avenue (Sandusky, Ohio); Market Street (Sandusky, Ohio); Street railroads; West House Hotel (Sandusky, Ohio); Interurban Railway & Terminal Co.; Bishop, W. A.; Sandusky (Ohio)
    • Sandusky's first (horse-drawn) streetcar, travelling south from the foot of Columbus Avenue, as seen from the southeast corner of Columbus Avenue and Market Street. A crowd of spectators is visible around the streetcar as it travels up Columbus...
    • Sandusky Tool Company employees

    • Industry; Men; Factories; Sandusky Tool Company (Sandusky, Ohio); Meigs Street (Sandusky, Ohio); Sandusky (Ohio); Schwer, Albert; Montgomery, J.A.; Ehrhardt, Jacob; Simon, A.W.
    • Group portrait of Sandusky Tool Company employees, circa 1870. Group of 37 males, including many young boys. Men identified on photo verso: "Front Row, 5th, Albert Schwer; 6th, J. Montgomery" "Top Row, on right end, Jacob Ehrhardt".
    • Original Sandusky Bay Bridge, looking south from Danbury

    • Sandusky Bay Bridge; Bridges; Vertical lift bridges; Sandusky Bay (Ohio); Danbury Township (Ohio); Bay View (Ohio)
    • The original Bay Bridge once spanned Sandusky Bay connecting Bay View with Danbury Township in Ottawa County. In 1965, the majority of the former bridge’s traffic was rerouted west to the new, four-lane Thomas A. Edison Memorial Bridge. The...
    • Cedar Point Pier

    • Postcards; Transportation; Piers & wharves; Cedar Point (Sandusky, Ohio); Cedar Point boat landing (Sandusky, Ohio); Columbus Avenue (Sandusky, Ohio); Pabst Grill Room (Sandusky, Ohio); Sandusky (Ohio)
    • Cedar Point Pier in Sandusky, Ohio.
    • Remains of Sears Roebuck store after fire of 1939

    • Sandusky Fire Department; Fires; Sandusky Fire of 1939; Fire fighters; Market St. (Sandusky, Ohio); Sears Roebuck (Sandusky, Ohio); Sandusky (Ohio)
    • Firefighters working to extinguish fire in Sears Roebuck building, Sandusky, Ohio on March 31, 1939.
    • Market Street

    • Streets; Buildings; Stores & shops; Storefronts; Market Street (Sandusky, Ohio); Hinkley (Sandusky, Ohio); Bogert Jewelry Store (Sandusky, Ohio); Sandusky (Ohio)
    • Businesses on Market Street, Sandusky, Ohio.
    • Park view from Courthouse

    • Erie County Courthouse (Sandusky, Ohio); Parks; Hotels; Washington Park (Sandusky, Ohio); Sloane House (Sandusky, Ohio); Sandusky (Ohio)
    • "Panorma North from the Court House, Sandusky, O" -- photo front.
    • Park view, Sandusky

    • Parks; Churches; Hotels; Washington Park (Sandusky, Ohio); Sloane House (Sandusky, Ohio); Sandusky (Ohio)
    • Park view looking west, Sandusky, Ohio.
    • High school and academy building

    • Emmanuel Church (Sandusky, Ohio); Congregational Church (Sandusky, Ohio); Columbus Avenue (Sandusky, Ohio); High Schools; Sandusky (Ohio)
    • View of Columbus Avenue facing southeast, ca. 1883. Sandusky High School is at the left of the image, with the Academy buiding (used as county courthouse, ca. 1838-1874) at the center of the image. Emmanuel Church is to the immediate right of the...
    • Sandusky Paper Mill

    • Sandusky Paper Mill (Sandusky, Ohio); Employees; Paper; Paper industry; Sandusky (Ohio)
    • "Sandusky Paper Mill in 1886 SE corner Shelby & Filmore. Taken over by J.J. Hinde and J.J. Dauch in 1888 " -- photo verso.
    • Kuebeler Brewery employees

    • Kuebeler Brewery (Sandusky, Ohio); Kuebeler, Jacob; Kuebeler, August; Kuebeler-Stang Brewing and Malting Company (Sandusky, Ohio); Cleveland & Sandusky Brewing Company (Cleveland, Ohio); Brewing industry; Sandusky (Ohio)
    • Kuebeler Brewery employees in front of brewery In 1867 Jacob and August Kuebeler founded the Kuebeler Brewing Company. In 1896 the Kuebeler & Stang Breweries merged. In 1898 Kuebeler-Stang merged with Cleveland breweries to form "Cleveland and...
    • Stang Brewery employees

    • Kuebeler-Stang Brewing and Malting Company (Sandusky, Ohio); Stang, John; Stang, Frank; Stang, Ida; Old Dauch Brewery (Sandusky, Ohio); Cleveland & Sandusky Brewing Company (Cleveland, Ohio); Brewing industry; Sandusky (Ohio)
    • "Believe John & Frank Stang are in front row. Girl in picture Ida Stang Senn daughter of Frank Stang." -- photo verso. In 1880 the Stang Brewing Co. was founded, from "Old Dauch" brewery which had been founded in 1847. In 1896 the Kuebeler & Stang...
    • Stang Brewery

    • Kuebeler-Stang Brewing and Malting Company (Sandusky, Ohio); Old Dauch Brewery (Sandusky, Ohio); Cleveland & Sandusky Brewing Company (Cleveland, Ohio); Brewing industry; Sandusky (Ohio)
    • In 1880 the Stang Brewing Co. was founded, from "Old Dauch" brewery which had been founded in 1847. In 1896 the Kuebeler & Stang Breweries merged. In 1898 Kuebeler-Stang merged with Cleveland breweries to form "Cleveland and Sandusky Brewing Co."...

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