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    • Families entering Lee Road Library

    • Cleveland Heights - University Heights Public Library; Families; Doors & doorways; Children; Signs
    • Color photo of two families entering the Cleveland Heights - University Heights Public Library, Lee Road branch. A man holds the door while several children walk through the doorway. Library director Sarah Cody follows behind the children. The...
    • Merrick House families next to bus

    • Settlement Houses; Merrick House Social Settlement; Buses; Families
    • "WHAT A PICNIC parents of Merrick House day campers had last night at the annual 'open camp.' These families went to the Hinckley Reservation camp site by Merrick House bus. Otehrs drove to the picnic, where they saw exhibits and demonstrations of...
    • Chagrin River Beach on Bainbridge Rd.

    • Beaches; Picnic grounds
    • "Picnic Time is Here! Have you planned your picnic for this year? Make your reservation now at Chagrin River Beach. Over 100 acres of picnic grounds, rolling hills, and green valleys situated on the Chagrin River, only 11 miles from Lee and Miles ,...
    • Card extolling the virtues of prudent saving

    • Safes; Locks and keys; Money; Calendars; Guardian Savings And Trust Co.; Banks
    • "The key to wealth. Continual saving at compound interest is a guarantee against the poorhouse. It establishes confidence, assures comfort. It means a happy old age, happier families, independence, better habits, cleaner lives, good times, thrift,...
    • City Club Forum: Gregory Browning, president, Capital Partners [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Education; School choice; Political action committees
    • Friday Forum: ''School Choice in Ohio - Where We've Been and Where We're Going,'' with Greg Browning, special advisor, My School, My Choice, and president, Capital Partners, ''Advisors in Public Policy and Management Strategy.'' ''My School My...
    • Unidentified family

    • Photograph albums; Families
    • Information received from a Munroe Falls Historical Society member on April 23, 2003 suggests that the people depicted may be the Gaylord family. The Gaylords were one of the earliest families in Munroe Falls and owned quite a bit of the land along...
    • Unidentified woman and child "9/2/97"

    • Photograph albums; Families
    • Information received from a Munroe Falls Historical Society member on April 23, 2003 suggests that the people depicted may be the Gaylord family. The Gaylords were one of the earliest families in Munroe Falls and owned quite a bit of the land along...
    • Garfield and Rudolph Families

    • Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881 -- Family; Garfield, Eliza Ballou, 1808-1888; Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881; Garfield, Lucretia Rudolph, 1832-1918; Garfield, Abram, 1872-1958; Garfield, Harry Augustus, 1863-1942; Garfield,...
    • The Garfielld and Rudolph families at the hiram home of Zeb Rudolph in 1873. Eliza Ballou Garfield, James A Garfield standing left. Lucretia Garfield, Mrs. Joseph Rudolph, Irwin Garfield, Joseph Rudolph (Brother of Lucretia) seated on stoop. Carry...
    • Garfield and Rudolph Families in Hiram

    • Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881; Garfield, Lucretia Rudolph, 1832-1918; Garfield, Eliza Ballou, 1808-1888; Rudolph, Zeb, 1803-1897; Rudolph, Arabella Mason
    • Garfield and Rudolph families on the lawn of the Rudolph home in Hiram. Standing to the left of the doorway are Eliza Ballou Garfield and James A. Garfield, her son. Standing to the right of the doorway is Zeb Rudolph, father of Lucretia. Sitting...
    • Detroit Avenue - Memorial Park temporary housing

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Memorial Park Temporary Housing; Detroit Ave. (Lakewood, Ohio)
    • Few new homes had been built in Lakewood during the Depression and World War II. The post war years were times of difficult housing conditions as there was increased demand for homes by families that could now afford them. Lakewood's Memorial Park...
    • Detroit Avenue - Memorial Park temporary housing

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Memorial Park Temporary Housing
    • Few new homes had been built in Lakewood during the Depression and World War II. The post war years were times of difficult housing conditions as there was increased demand for homes by families that could now afford them. Lakewood's Memorial Park...
    • Family picnic at the North Chagrin Reservation

    • Cleveland Metropolitan Park District (Ohio); North Chagrin Reservation; Picnic grounds; Picnics; Families; Eating & drinking; Squire's Castle
    • "Three families, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hanna, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hanna, and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hanna and children. Picnic at Squire's Castle, Chagrin Reservation"--photo verso. Squire's Castle picnic area is located off Chagrin River Road in the...
    • Kmart helps brighten Easter for less fortunate families

    • Madison (Ohio); Madison businesses; K Mart; North Ridge Road; Budzick, Thomas; Steindham, Harold; Congregational Church of Madison; Middle Ridge Hatchery; Hi Neighbor Welcoming Service; Dorothy Keyes Circle Group; Kane, Betty; Morgan, Kathy;...
    • The Kmart located on North Ridge Road continues its tradition of giving by arranging and distributing Easter baskets to families in need.
    • Do you remember the old Rt. 528 bridge

    • Madison (Ohio); Grand River (Painesville); Bridges; Newspaper clippings
    • "Do you remember ... the fun families had picnicking on the Fourth of July along Grand River? Here is high water at the old Rt. 528 bridge. Families can still enjoy such holidays there now that the Hidden Valley Park facilities have been opened...
    • Proposed Longwood housing development map, 1957

    • Architectural drawings; Public housing; Public housing projects; Longwood housing development; Maps
    • A map for the proposed Longwood public housing development. The light gray blocks indicates a 2 story garden house unit that could house 4 families, while a dark gray block indicates a 3 story apartment building that could house 12 families.

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