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    • Municipal Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Cleveland Municipal Stadium (Cleveland, Ohio); Stadiums; Lakefront; Aerial views
    • "Cleveland's Municipal Stadium from the Lake Erie side. It is an iron and concrete structure seating 85,000 persons and costing $2,500,000."--card verso
    • Cleveland Municipal Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Cleveland Municipal Stadium; Aerial views; Stadiums; CC Fair Exhibit
    • "Cleveland Municipal Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio. Cleveland's Municipal Stadium from the Lake Erie side. It is an iron and concrete structure seating 78,000 persons and costing $2,500,000."--card verso
      aerial photo of Lake Erie, stadium and...
    • Municipal Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Cleveland Municipal Stadium; Stadiums
    • "Municipal Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio, The home of the Cleveland, Indians-largest ball park in the U.S.-seats 80,000 people--costing $4,000,000 to build. Scene of many interesting athletic events, religious, historic and patriotic pageants. An...
    • Crowd Leaving Municipal Stadium,

    • Stadiums; Cleveland Municipal Stadium (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "Stadium. On the lakefront in downtown Cleveland. An iron and concrete structure seating 78,000 persons and costing $2,500,000. Completed in July 1931. Its great outdoor arena is suitable for baseball and football games, boxing, exhibitions, and...
    • Crowds leaving Cleveland Municipal Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Stadiums; Cleveland Municpal Stadium; Sports; Sports & recreation facilities; Sports spectators
    • "Cleveland Municipal Staduim. On the shores of Lake Erie in downtown Cleveland. It is a steel and concrete structure seating 80,000 people and costing $2,500,00. It is a great outdoor arena suitable for baseball, football, boxing, exhibitions, and...
    • C & B Docks, Cleveland

    • Lakefront; Boats; Piers & wharves; Naval yards & naval stations
    • "The New Pier is the most modern and largest passenger and freight terminal on the Great Lakes. It is 700 feet long and covers an area of 5 1/2 acres. Cleveland has over 14 miles of Lake frontage. Its harbor is protected by breakwater five and...
    • Drawing of Twin Towers

    • Cuyahoga County Hospital System (Cchs); MetroHealth; Hospitals; Health care facilities; Metropolitan General Hospital; City Hospital; Architectural drawings
    • "Twin Towers Would Feature Expanded Metro Hospital[:] Spectacular Construction plans for the expansion of Metropolitan General Hospital at 3395 Scranton Rd. will be carried out if voters approve a 1-mil. capital improvement levy at the Nov. 8...
    • "The Dinner Party" at Cuyahoga Community College West

    • Cuyahoga Community College; Universities & colleges; Theatrical productions
    • "YOU CALL THAT ART?" - Joe Kelsey inquires of his wife, Helen, portrayed by William Kinghorn and Cheryl Schulze respectively. Both are cast members of "The Dinner Party", a play premiering at Cuyahoga Community College's Western Campus Theatre on...
    • Fulton road bridge

    • Fulton Rd.; Fulton Road (Cleveland, Ohio); Streets; Fulton Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Bridges
    • "Re-opened today after seven months of reconstruction costing $408,000, the Fulton Road Bridge completes the "rebirth" of Fulton. Trackless trolleys will begin regular runs Sunday." --article verso.
    • Sinking of Cleveco oil barge

    • Cargo ships; Shipping; Ships; Shipwrecks; Tugboats; Lakes; Lake Erie
    • "Adrift After Tug Sinks ... Cleveland -- With 19 members of the crew aboard, the oil barge Cleveco, above, is adrift in Lake Erie off Cleveland. The barge, with 1,000,000 gallons of fuel oil as cargo, broke loose from its towing tug, the Admiral,...
    • Gov. James Rhodes meets with mayor Ralph Locher

    • Locher, Ralph; Mayors; Governors; Rhodes, James A.
    • "Columbus, Ohio: Ohio's utility rate-making law is costing taxpayers in excess of $1,000,000 a year, Cleveland mayor Ralph S. Locher, center, told Gov. James A. Rhodes, left, and Carl Johnson, utility commission chairman, at a meeting in the...
    • Cedar Point abandoned bathhouse

    • Cedar Point (Sandusky, Ohio); Bathhouses; Amusement parks; Sandusky (Ohio); Abandoned buildings
    • "Disappearing Cedar Point Landmark is the old bathhouse used in the past 50 years by hundreds of bathers at the Lake Erie resort. The late, great Notre Dame football coach, Knute Rockne, once worked in the bathhouse while a lifeguard at Cedar...
    • Conesville Covered Bridge on fire, 1958

    • Covered bridges; Conesville Covered Bridge (Coshocton County, Ohio); Demolition
    • "SMPO80802-8/8/58-Conesville, O.: It took only 150 gallons of kerosene to destroy this 1875 bridge. The first lasted less than 40 minutes. A new bridge costing $282,000 will replace this 400 foot covered bridge."--photo caption.

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