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    • Hotel Statler, Cleveland's new $2,500,000 Hotel

    • Hotels; Hotel Statler; East 12th St.; Euclid Ave.
    • "Cleveland Sixth City"--card front.
      "The STATLER OFFICE TOWER at E. 12th St. and Euclid Ave. was for many years a prominent Cleveland hotel, which was converted to office space because of falling occupancy rates. The Hotel Statler, which opened...
    • Intramural Sports Center, Cleveland State University

    • Cleveland State University; Intramural Sports Center (Cleveland State University); East 24th St.; Chester Ave. (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • The Intramural Sports Center, which opened in 1972, was a geodesic dome designed by Thomas T. K. Zung. A heavy snow storm during construction in January 1971 caused the roof to sag, requiring the consruction of a second exo-skeleton.of aluminum...
    • Intramural Sports Center, Cleveland State University

    • Cleveland State University; Intramural Sports Center (Cleveland State University); East 24th St.; Chester Ave. (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • The Intramural Sports Center, which opened in 1972, was a geodesic dome designed by Thomas T. K. Zung. A heavy snow storm during construction in January 1971 caused the roof to sag, requiring the consruction of a second exo-skeleton.of aluminum...
    • Intramural Sports Center, Cleveland State University

    • Cleveland State University; Intramural Sports Center (Cleveland State University); East 24th St.; Chester Ave. (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • The Intramural Sports Center, which opened in 1972, was a geodesic dome designed by Thomas T. K. Zung. A heavy snow storm during construction in January 1971 caused the roof to sag, requiring the consruction of a second exo-skeleton.of aluminum...
    • Intramural Sports Center, Cleveland State University

    • Cleveland State University; Intramural Sports Center (Cleveland State University); East 24th St.; Chester Ave. (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • The Intramural Sports Center, which opened in 1972, was a geodesic dome designed by Thomas T. K. Zung. A heavy snow storm during construction in January 1971 caused the roof to sag, requiring the consruction of a second exo-skeleton.of aluminum...
    • Intramural Sports Center, Cleveland State University

    • Cleveland State University; Intramural Sports Center (Cleveland State University); East 24th St.; Chester Ave. (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • The Intramural Sports Center, which opened in 1972, was a geodesic dome designed by Thomas T. K. Zung. A heavy snow storm during construction in January 1971 caused the roof to sag, requiring the consruction of a second exo-skeleton.of aluminum...
    • 14805 Detroit Avenue

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Detroit Ave. (Lakewood, Ohio)
    • Residence of Jacob Tegardine residence on the southwest corner of Detroit and Warren Rd. Tegardine was the fourth Mayor of Lakewood, 1900-1901. The house contained 17 rooms and was later used as Lakewood's first City Hall until 1918 when the...
    • Administrative Offices

    • Orphanages; Orphans; Parmadale Children's Village Of St. Vincent De Paul; Parmadale Family Services
    • "In April of 1953, a new building was dedicated which contained the administrative offices, living quarters for 36 Sisters, and a chapel."
    • James (Jim) Lowell

    • Lowell, Jim; Booksellers; Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Poets; Asphodel Book Store; Bookstores; Police raids
    • "Book seller held on indictment for obscene publications.
      by Hilbert Black, Chief Police Reporter

      James Lowell, 34, operator of the Asphodel Book Store, 306 W. Superior Ave., was arrested today and charged with possession and...
    • Gasser Building

    • Stores & shops; Shopping centers; Office buildings
    • A predecessor of today's enclosed shopping malls, this Ferguson-erected structure at East 106th Street and Euclid Ave in Cleveland contained shops, offices and a cigar store/poolroom.
    • Cunningham Sanitarium

    • Cunningham Sanitarium; Timken's tank; Cunningham, Orval J.; Lake Shore Blvd.; Sanatoriums; Diabetes research
    • "Diabetic ball to produce 1000 tons of scrap. Cleveland--A huge steel ball, part of a million dollar sanitarium for treatment of diabetes under pressure, is being dismantled here to produce 1000 tons of scrap steel. Built in 1928, it contained 40...
    • Tappan Hall and college chapel of Oberlin College circa 1860

    • Oberlin (Ohio); Oberlin College; Tappan Square (Oberlin, Ohio); Tappan Hall (Oberlin College : Oberlin, Ohio)
    • “The oldest view of the Oberlin College campus in existence. To the left is the old Chapel and to the right is Tappan Hall. Tappan Hall was begun in 1835 and completed in 1936. It was named in honor of Mr. Arthur Tappan of New York. It was located...
    • Chibas Jerusalem
Penticostal Church

    • Synagogues Pentecostals
    • 887 Parkwood Drive built by Congregation Chibas Jerusalem incorporated in 1904 acquired the land in 1924 The rear of the building contained a social hall known as Carmel Hall. The congregation merged in 1952 with Taylor Road Synagogue selling the...

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