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  • Description: cobblestone
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    • Old Heidelberg Inn

    • Old Heidelberg Inn; Hotels; St. Clair Ave.
    • "Old Heidelberg Inn.H. Clewis Prop. 8410 St. Clair Av. Cor.85th St. Cleveland, O."--card front.
      Cobblestone fence with an entrance to the Old Heidleberg Inn.
    • Old Heidelberg Inn

    • Old Heidelberg Inn; Hotels; St. Clair Ave.
    • "Old Heidelberg Inn. M. Hauck Prop. 8410 St. Clair Av. Cor.85th St. Cleveland, O."--card front.
      Old Heidelberg Inn with cobblestone arches and fences in front, blue and white striped awnings.
    • 13105 Detroit Avenue

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Detroit Ave. (Lakewood, Ohio)
    • Nelson Cotabish home, 13105 Detroit Ave. (originally 2325 Detroit) on the southeast corner of Cohassett Ave. Cotabish was sales manager for National Carbon Company and served as Mayor from 1910-1912. While traveling on business he visited...
    • 13105 Detroit Avenue

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Detroit Ave. (Lakewood, Ohio)
    • Located on the southeast corner of Detroit and Cohassett Ave. It was th residence of Nelson Cotabish, sales manager for National Carbon Company, and Mayor of Lakewood, 1910-1912. While traveling on business he visited Cohassett, Massachusetts where...
    • Houses on Holmden Hill in Tremont

    • Houses; Suburbs; Housing; Tremont; Holmden Ave. (Cleveland, Ohio); Streets
    • "San Francisco or Tremont? Long known as the melting pot of nationalities, the Tremont district can also claim the distinction of having many of its streets look like those in other American cities. For example, Holmden Hill could well be in San...
    • Superior Avenue Viaduct, view of deck and sidewalks

    • Superior Ave.; Superior Viaduct; Superior Viaduct (Cleveland, Ohio); Bridges, Concrete; Bridges, Steel; Cuyahoga River; Detroit-Superior Bridge (Cleveland); Veterans Memorial Bridge (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • View in foreground of the deck of the Viaduct. The ornamental wrought iron railing, sandstone sidewalks, and cobblestone roadway are visible. The bridge accommodated two streetcar lines flanked by two lanes of vehicular traffic. In the background...

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