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    • Garfield Memorial, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Garfield Monument; Lake View Cemetery (Cleveland, Ohio); Cemeteries
    • "Height of Memorial, 180 feet. Diameter of Tower, 50 feet. Number of steps in building, each side, 154. Cost of Memorial, $225,000. Money raised by Popular Subscription, $135,000. Architect, Geo. Keller, of Hartford, Conn. Sculpture of Statue,...
    • President James A. Garfield Monument  (Vertical Images)

    • Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881; Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881 -- Death and burial; Garfield Monument (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • Notes on back read: "Height of Memorial, 180 feet. Diameter of Tower, 50 feet. Number of steps in a building, 134. Cost of Memorial, $200,000. Money raised by popular subscription, $135,000. Architect Geo Keller of Hartford Connecticut. Sculptor of...
    • The Engineer

    • Metals Park; Materials Park; Space Lattice; ASM World Headquarters; American Society for Metals; Fuller, R. Buckminster (Richard Buckminster), 1895-1983; Geodesic domes
    • An engineer surveys the site during the construction of the American Society for Metals' (ASM) world headquarters building, Metal Park (now Materials Park). R. Buckminster Fuller created the design for the building which includes the world's...
    • Tunnel under Pennsylvania R.R.

    • Patterson-Sargent Company; Paint industry; Industrial facilities; Warehouses; Hamilton Ave. (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • “This Tunnel – 8 feet in diameter and 100 feet long – under the Pennsylvania R. R. Main Line connects the Main Factory with the new Warehouse and Shipping Buildings.”
    • New Berylite Mills

    • Patterson-Sargent Company; Paint industry; Industrial facilities; Warehouses; Hamilton Ave. (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • “New Berylite Mills – 6 feet diameter, 14 feet long – each mill can produce 6,000 gallons of Paint every 24 hours – Aug. 19, 1946.”
    • Pool by Central Paddock Pools Corp.

    • Swimming; Swimming pools; Swimmers
    • "Location -- Gates Mills, Ohio ... Size -- 34' x 55 Oval, wading pool 12' in diameter ... Type -- Paddock pneumatically applied concrete (Gunite) ... Gallons -- Approx. 62,250 ... Filters -- 2 - 42" Pressure Sand ... Equipment -- 2 - 500 watt...
    • The Mountaineer

    • Hanna Mining; Coal yards; Coal; Machinery; Mining equipment
    • "'The Mountaineer' : To it's very tip, THE MOUNTAINEER, the world's largest shovel rises 160 feet into the air (the height of a 16-story building), The shovel has a 60 cubic-yard dipper (90 tons), a boom 150 feet long, a dipper handle 92 feet long,...
    • Betts Vertical Boring Mill at Cleveland Tank Plant

    • Cleveland Tank Plant; World War II; General Motors Corp.; Korean War; Defense industry; Drilling & boring machinery
    • "August 1, 1951 -- A 24 foot Betts Vertical Boring Mill is shown as it machines an 84-inch diameter surface for mounting the tank's 20 ton turret ring and race assembly. Tolerances down to thousandths of an inch can be held on this large surface,...
    • National Tube Company, Lorain, Ohio

    • Lorain (Ohio); Steel industry; Steel; Tube industry; Pipe industry; Machinery
    • "Continuous buttweld pipe mill--a Multi-million dollar installation--began operating today at the Lorain Works of National Tube Division of U.S. Steel Corp. To the right is the turntable feeding coiled skelp (steel strips) into an uncoiler. Mill...
    • Popeye Thanksgiving Day parade balloon

    • Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company; Balloons; Thanksgiving Day; Popeye (Fictitious character)
    • "This is Popeye, popular cartoon character who will appear in Macy's 1957 Thanksgiving Day parade as a 56-foot high figure balloon. Built by the Aviation Products Division of the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Popeye is 32 feet wide. His chest is...
    • "Ann" Blast Furnace at Jones & Laughlin, Pittsburgh, Pa.

    • Jones and Laughlin Steel Corp. (Pittsburgh, Pa.); Steel; Steelyard; Steel industry
    • "This is the P - 3 or "Ann" Blast Furnace in operation at the Pittsburgh Works of Jones & Laughlin Steel Corporation as seen from Pittsburgh's Parkway East. "Ann" (third furnace from the right) is not only a giant towering above the other furnaces...

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