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    • Avon Lake Municipal Building, 1962

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Buildings; Municipal services; City & town halls; City Hall; Police stations
    • From the photo's verso: "Avon Lake's City Hall and police station." "The record books says [sic] that the 41-year-old line ceased operation after a last run on May 14, 1938, when a throng of mourners assembled at Public Square for a final trolley...
    • The Marrahwannah Quarterly: 1966: Vol. 2, No. 3

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Marrahwannah Quarterly; Poetry; Poets; Underground Press; Renegade Press; Concrete poetry; Small presses
    • The Marrahwannah Quarterly. Vol. 2, no. 3, 1966 ed. Stapled. Mimeograph. "The Litanies of RA - Legalize Marihuana - the Quarterly & Poems" -- on cover. Alternative poetry periodical published by Cleveland poet d.a. levy's Renegade Press includes...
    • The Marrahwannah Quarterly: 1967: Vol. 3, No. 3 - Cover 1

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Marrahwanna Quarterly; Poetry; Poets; Underground Press; Concrete poetry; Renegade Press; Small presses
    • The Marrahwanna Quarterly. Vol. 3, no. 3, 1967 ed. Stapled. Mimeograph. Alternative poetry periodical published by Cleveland poet d.a. levy's Renegade Press includes the works of several poets including levy. Periodical began in 1964, ceased...
    • The Marrahwannah Quarterly: 1967: Vol. 3, No. 3 - Cover 2

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Marrahwanna Quarterly; Poetry; Poets; Underground Press; Concrete poetry; Renegade Press; Small presses
    • The Marrahwanna Quarterly. Vol. 3, no. 3, 1967 ed. Stapled. Mimeograph. Alternative poetry periodical published by Cleveland poet d.a. levy's Renegade Press includes the works of several poets including levy. Periodical began in 1964, ceased...
    • The Marrahwannah Quarterly: 1967: Vol. 3, No. 3 - Cover 3

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Marrahwanna Quarterly; Poetry; Poets; Underground Press; Concrete poetry; Renegade Press; Small presses
    • The Marrahwanna Quarterly. Vol. 3, no. 3, 1967 ed. Stapled. Mimeograph. Alternative poetry periodical published by Cleveland poet d.a. levy's Renegade Press includes the works of several poets including levy. Periodical began in 1964, ceased...
    • Women workers at K-W Ignition

    • K-W Ignition Company (Cleveland, Ohio); Industry; Workers; Women workers; Electrical And Electronics Industries
    • K-W Ignition was founded by Alexander J. and Phillip Williams about 1908 to manufacture ignitions for automobiles and other vehicles. Located north of Chester Avenue, between East 27th St. and East 30th Street, it ceased operations and the factory...
    • K-W Ignition factory interior

    • K-W Ignition Company (Cleveland, Ohio); Industry; Workers; Electrical And Electronics Industries
    • K-W Ignition was founded by Alexander J. and Phillip Williams about 1908 to manufacture ignitions for automobiles and other vehicles. Located north of Chester Avenue, between East 27th St. and East 30th Street, it ceased operations and the factory...
    • Worker at K-W Ignition

    • K-W Ignition Company (Cleveland, Ohio); Industry; Workers; Electrical And Electronics Industries
    • K-W Ignition was founded by Alexander J. and Phillip Williams about 1908 to manufacture ignitions for automobiles and other vehicles. Located north of Chester Avenue, between East 27th St. and East 30th Street, it ceased operations and the factory...
    • K-W Ignition factory interior

    • K-W Ignition Company (Cleveland, Ohio); Industry; Workers; Electrical And Electronics Industries
    • K-W Ignition was founded by Alexander J. and Phillip Williams about 1908 to manufacture ignitions for automobiles and other vehicles. Located north of Chester Avenue, between East 27th St. and East 30th Street, it ceased operations and the factory...
    • K-W Ignition factory interior

    • K-W Ignition Company (Cleveland, Ohio); Industry; Workers; Electrical And Electronics Industries
    • K-W Ignition was founded by Alexander J. and Phillip Williams about 1908 to manufacture ignitions for automobiles and other vehicles. Located north of Chester Avenue, between East 27th St. and East 30th Street, it ceased operations and the factory...
    • Birdseye view of exterior of K-W Ignition

    • K-W Ignition Company (Cleveland, Ohio); Industry; Workers; Electrical And Electronics Industries
    • K-W Ignition was founded by Alexander J. and Phillip Williams about 1908 to manufacture ignitions for automobiles and other vehicles. Located north of Chester Avenue, between East 27th St. and East 30th Street, it ceased operations and the factory...
    • Men working at K-W Ignition

    • K-W Ignition Company (Cleveland, Ohio); Industry; Workers; Electrical And Electronics Industries
    • K-W Ignition was founded by Alexander J. and Phillip Williams about 1908 to manufacture ignitions for automobiles and other vehicles. Located north of Chester Avenue, between East 27th St. and East 30th Street, it ceased operations and the factory...
    • K-W Ignition factory interior

    • K-W Ignition Company (Cleveland, Ohio); Industry; Workers; Electrical And Electronics Industries
    • K-W Ignition was founded by Alexander J. and Phillip Williams about 1908 to manufacture ignitions for automobiles and other vehicles. Located north of Chester Avenue, between East 27th St. and East 30th Street, it ceased operations and the factory...
    • K-W Ignition factory interior

    • K-W Ignition Company (Cleveland, Ohio); Industry; Workers; Electrical And Electronics Industries
    • K-W Ignition was founded by Alexander J. and Phillip Williams about 1908 to manufacture ignitions for automobiles and other vehicles. Located north of Chester Avenue, between East 27th St. and East 30th Street, it ceased operations and the factory...
    • Former East 9th Street gambling club for rent

    • Cleveland (Ohio); East 9th St. (Cleveland, Ohio); Gambling
    • "New tenants for 2166 E. Ninth St., notorious barboot gambling dive, were being sought today by Gund Realty Co., owner of the building. The two large upstairs rooms have a long police record of gambling raids and arrests before 1948, when police...
    • Esmond Dairy Day at Cedar Point

    • Esmond Dairy (Sandusky, Ohio); Esmond Dairy Day; Cedar Point (Sandusky, Ohio); Otto, Elmer; Campbell Street (Sandusky, Ohio); Sandusky (Ohio)
    • Esmond Dairy Day at Cedar Point began in 1907; incorporated in 1920; ceased in late 1970's or early 1980's. Elmer Otto was the proprietor of a dairy which became Esmond's Dairy shortly after the turn of the century. From about 1919 through the...

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