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    • 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,...
    • Cleveland Hopkins Airport

    • Hopkins Airport; Airports
    • "Cleveland Hopkins Airport. Cleveland, Ohio. 3,150,000 people pass through the Cleveland terminal annually. The Cleveland Hopkins Airport, with twelve major airlines, serves the "Best Location in the Nation" with complete passenger and freight...
    • 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...
    • City Hall, Cleveland, O.

    • Old City Hall (Cleveland, Ohio); Heard, Charles Wallace; Blythe, Walter; City & town halls
    • According to the book by Wm. Payne, "Cleveland Illustrated: a pictorial hand-book of the Forest City," City Hall was built in February 1875 by Leonard Case on the corner of Superior and Wood Streets. Its cost is estimated at $800,000. The city of...
    • Public Auditorium, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Cleveland Public Auditorium; Public Auditorium; St. Clair Ave.; East 6th St.; Lakeside Ave.; Public Hall
    • "Cleveland's Public Auditorium was built at a cost of $10,000,000. It comprises a main hall seating 13,000, Music Hall 3,000, Ball Room 1,500, North exhibition Hall 1,500, Little Theatre 700, and provides space for 14 simultaneous events. It...
    • History of ASM Awards

    • American Society for Metals; Henry Marion Howe Medal; Howe, Henry Marion; Sauveur, Albert; Eisenman, William Hunt; White, A. E.; Grossman, Marcus A.;
    • A nine page booklet detailing the awards that the American Society of Metals grants annually. The awards discussed include: The Henry Marion Howe Medal, The Albert Sauveur Achievement Award, The William Hunt Eisenman Award, The Albert Easton White...
    • City Hall

    • Old City Hall (Cleveland, Ohio); City & town halls; Cleveland Illustrated
    • According to the book by Wm. Payne, "Cleveland Illustrated: a pictorial hand-book of the Forest City," City Hall was built in February 1875 by Leonard Case on the corner of Superior and Wood Streets. Its cost is estimated at $800,000. The city of...
    • Pupils of St. John Lutheran School

    • Children singing; Church schools; Churches; Lutheran churches; Germans; Choirs (Music)
    • "Striking high note of hymn, pupils of St. John Lutheran School in Garfield Heights practice for Lutheran children's all-city concert this week end. More than 600 boys and girls representing 15 Lutheran schools will sing together at 3:30 Sunday at...
    • National Tube Company, Lorain, Ohio

    • Lorain (Ohio); Steel industry; Steel; Tube industry; Pipe industry; Machinery
    • "Continuous buttweld pipe mill--a Multi-million dollar installation--began operating today at the Lorain Works of National Tube Division of U.S. Steel Corp. To the right is the turntable feeding coiled skelp (steel strips) into an uncoiler. Mill...
    • Drawing of City Hall, Cleveland

    • Old City Hall (Cleveland, Ohio); Case, Leonard, Jr.; Municipal government
    • Cleveland City Hall at Superior and E. 3rd St., around 1880. According to the book by Wm. Payne, "Cleveland Illustrated: a pictorial hand-book of the Forest City," City Hall was built in February 1875 by Leonard Case on the corner of Superior and...
    • Drawing of City Hall, Cleveland

    • Old City Hall (Cleveland, Ohio); Case, Leonard, Jr.; Municipal government
    • Cleveland City Hall at Superior and E. 3rd St., around 1880. According to the book by Wm. Payne, "Cleveland Illustrated: a pictorial hand-book of the Forest City," City Hall was built in February 1875 by Leonard Case on the corner of Superior and...
    • Walter Halle and two employees with coffee

    • Department stores; Halle Brothers Co.; Employees
    • "HALLE'S COFFEE CHAT, one of a score or more held annually for the last half-century, finds President Walter Halle offering a lump of sugar to Miss Betty Goldstein (left). Mrs. Lillian O'Donnell is at right. Most of Halle's 3500 employees will...
    • View of Leisy Brewery from the New York Central Railroad yard

    • Leisy Brewing Co.; New York Central Railroad; Breweries; Brewing And Distilling Industry; Brewing industry
    • "Leisy Brewing Company plant at Fulton Road and Vega Ave. to be reopened. The site covers over eight acres of land on the New York Central Railroad. The building contain over 450,000 square feet and are to be completely re-equipped with the most...

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