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    • Cleveland Greyhound Terminal

    • Greyhound Corp; Bus Terminals
    • "Cleveland Greyhound Terminal, Cleveland, Ohio. The beautiful new Greyhound Terminal is one of the largest in the world. Twenty-one loading platforms, busy 24 hours a day, provide fast bus service to all 48 states."--card verso.
    • B & O Lift Bridge

    • Bridges; Vertical lift bridges; Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
    • "B & O lift bridge. Longest in the United States, Cleveland, O." --card front. The bridge, built in 1907, was at the time the longest bridge of its type in the United States.
    • Cleveland Hopkins International Airport

    • Hopkins Airport; Airports
    • "Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, Cleveland, Ohio. The new terminal, which serves 3,150,000 people annually, was dedicated in March, 1956. An average of 800 flights daily arrive and depart for locations in and out of the continental United...
    • Adult Choir of the Euclid Avenue Baptist Church

    • Euclid Ave. Baptist Church; Baptist churches; Choirs (Music); Churches
    • "The Adult Choir of the Euclid Avenue Baptist Church, Cleveland, Ohio, comprises 110 trained singers, and is rated as one of the finest church choirs in the United States. This is one of four such choirs in the church under the direction of Mr. and...
    • Museum of Art, Wade Park, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Cleveland Museum of Art; Galleries & museums; Wade Park; Hubbell & Benes; Fine Arts Garden
    • "This classic structure, surrounded by the Fine Arts Gardens, is recognized as one of the finest in the United States. More than 3,000,000 persons visit the Museum annually, 1,800,000 of them being school children."--card verso.
      Hubbell & Benes,...
    • Street Railway System

    • Street railroads; Johnson, Tom L.; Streetcars
    • "Mayor Johnson as motorman on the first car of the first municipally owned street railway system in the United States. Cleveland, O. I rode on the new " 3 cent fare cars" to-day. This company operates 984 cars over 265 miles of track and employes...
    • High Level Bridge looking east

    • High Level Bridge; Bridges
    • "High Level Bridge, looking east, Cleveland, Fifth City." --card front. Cleveland was at times called the Fifth City because it was, until the mid-1920s, the fifth most populous city in the United States.
    • High Level Bridge at night

    • High Level Bridge; Bridges; Night
    • "High Level Bridge at night, Cleveland, Fifth City." --card verso. Cleveland was sometimes called the Fifth City because it was, for a time, the fifth most populous city in the United States.
    • High Level Bridge looking west

    • High Level Bridge; Bridges
    • "High Level Bridge looking west, Cleveland, Fifth City." --card front. Cleveland was at times called the Fifth City because it was, until the mid-1920s, the fifth most populous city in the United States.

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