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    • Pitts family, early 1900s, Avon Lake, Ohio

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Families; Men; Women; Children
    • The Pitts family in front of their home, Avon Lake, Ohio. Pictured from left to right are: (top row) Abbie, daughter, (born September 1878 in Ohio), Christopher, father, (born January 1848 in Ohio), Gertudi, mother, (born August 1857 in Ohio),...
    • Frederic McConnell and Joseph Schildkraut

    • Mcconnell, Frederic; Cleveland Play House (Organization : Cleveland, Ohio); Actors; Theatrical producers & directors
    • "Frederic McConnell, director of the Play House (standing) and Joseph Schildkraut, Austrian born turned Hollywood actor study a picture of Schildkraut was the first foreign born Oscar winner for best actor" -- photo verso.
    • 12902 Detroit Avenue

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Detroit Ave. (Lakewood, Ohio)
    • Residence of Henry Born, manager of the Born Steel Range Co., on the northwest corner of Detroit and Irene (Thoreau) Ave.
    • 12902 Detroit Avenue

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Detroit Ave. (Lakewood, Ohio)
    • The residence, one of the earliest to use brick, was built about 1895 on the northwest corner of Detroit and Irene (Thoreau) Ave. for Henry Born, manager of the Born Steel Range Co. In 1923 Agnes Beauregard opened a furniture store here.
    • Lithuanian Garden. Rockefeller Park. Cleveland, Ohio

    • Cultural Gardens; Lithuanian Cultural Garden; Wade Park; Rockefeller Park; University Circle; Lithuanians; Cleveland Cultural Gardens (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "One of Cleveland's Cultural Gardens, sponsored by its foreign born citizens. The Lithuanian garden is laid out in the form of a huge lyre, which symbolizes the Lithuanians' love for music. The stone work depicts three stages of Lituanian history....
    • Lithuanian Cultural Garden

    • Cultural Gardens; Wade Park; Rockefeller Park; University Circle; Lithuanian Cultural Garden; Lithuanians; Cleveland Cultural Gardens (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "One of Cleveland's Cultural Gardens, sponsored by its foreign born citizens. The Lithuanian garden is laid out in the form of a huge lyre, which symbolizes the Lithuanians' love for music. The stone work depicts three stages of Lituanian history....
    • Rhodes High School, Cleveland, Ohio

    • James Ford Rhodes High School; Cleveland Public Schools; Old Brooklyn; High schools
    • James Ford Rhodes, for whom the school is named, was a famous historian born in Cleveland in 1848. He was equally capable in the business and literary worlds, being a junior partner in the firm of Mark Hanna as well as the author of the...
    • Garfield Casket, Garfield Memorial, Cleveland, O.

    • Garfield Monument; Lake View Cemetery (Cleveland, Ohio); Cemeteries
    • "James A. Garfield was born Nov. 19, 1831; was assassinated July 2, 1881; died Sept. 9, 1881; was placed in the crypt in the beautiful Garfield Memorial May 27, 1890. The building was dedicated May 30, 1890." -- card verso.
    • Lithuanian Garden, Rockefeller Park

    • Lithuanian Cultural Garden; Lithuanians; Cultural Gardens; Rockefeller Park; Cleveland Cultural Gardens (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "Lithuanian Garden, Rockefeller Park, Cleveland, Ohio-- 18" -- card front
      "One of Cleveland's Cultural Gardens, sponsored by its foreign born citizens. The Lithuanian garden is laid out in the form of a huge lyre, which symbolizes the...
    • Heinz & Schmidt Photographers

    • Heinz & Schmidt Photographers; Photographers; Advertisements; Madison, James; Calenders
    • "James Madison, the fourth President, was born in Virginia in 1751. During the revolution he was a member of the Virginia Legislature, and later a member of Congress. He was a member of the convention that framed the constitution of the United...
    • Johnny Kilbane, Cleveland, O.

    • Boxers (Sports); Boxing; Sports; Collecting cards; Kilbane, John Patrick Johnny
    • Featherweight champion of the world, Johnny Killrane, stands in fighting pose. Biographical and boxing record included. "Featherweight champion of the world; born April 18, 1889, at Cleveland, Ohio; height, 5 feet 5 inches; weight, 122; color;...
    • Dr. Harvey Cushing

    • Cushing, Harvey W.; Surgery; Physicians
    • " Born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1869, Harvey Cushing received his M.D. from Harvard University. His dedication to medical techniques led to the founding of neurosurgery. His brilliant work is even today considered fundamental to the fields of brain...
    • Sibling survivors of Auschwitz

    • World War II; Concentration camps; Prisoners of war; Prison laborers; Auschwitz (Concentration camp); Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
    • "Survivors of Nazi Horror, Mrs. Lili Feuer and her brother, Abraham Weinberger, are shown in Mrs. Feuer's home, 3333 Beechwood Ave., Cleveland Heights, with painting Weinberger brought from Israel. He is general secretary of a 22-village area...

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