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    • The Last Supper

    • Churches; Paintings
    • "One of the world's finest copies of Leonardo da Vinci's famous masterpiece, 'The Last Supper' adorns the sanctuary of the Broadway United Methodist Church, 5246 Broadway, Cleveland Ohio. This authentic copy was made from the original by two...
    • An unknown woman cutting wire mesh

    • Metallurgy; American Society for Metals; Metal progress
    • An unidentified woman uses snips to cut through a roll of wire mesh. Behind her are several large painted cutouts including a bare-chested welder wearing safety goggles. Over her right shoulder, an issue of the American Society for Metals' "Metal...
    • ASM Silver Certificate

    • ASM Silver Certificate; American Society for Metals; Eisenman, William Hunt; ASM International
    • The American Society of Metals (ASM) presented William H. Eisenmen with this Silver Certificate in honor of his 25 years of service to the esteemed organization. It was given to him in December, 1943. The certificate is signed by William H....
    • "Buckeye Welcomes You" sign on Buckeye Road

    • Buckeye Rd.; Buckeye Road; Hungarian-Americans; Hungarians; Signs
    • "Buckeye Welcomes You -- If you're not versed in Hungarian or Slovak, the new sign that adorns the corner of Buckeye Road at East 130th Street spells it out in English, "Buckeye Welcomes You." The wood-carved sign with bold red letters is part of...
    • Tattered flag at Erieview Plaza

    • Erieview (Cleveland, Ohio); Erieview; Flags
    • "Flag by Erieview Plaza bldg. ... E 12th st ... Dec 7 1966 ... Oh Say, Can You See? ... Here is the flag which adorns the pole at the E. 12th St. entrance to the Erieview Plaza Bldg." -- photo verso.
    • 1629 Dodge Court - Hermit Club (detail)

    • Cleveland; Hermit Club; Meade, Frank B.
    • "Expert wood carving adorns the Hermit Club on Dodge Court. It is from 1900 to 1930, when Tudor Revivalism was in vogue and Middle Ages motifs were widely admired." --data from the photographic series by Frank Aleksandrowicz depicting unusual...

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