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    • Passengers stroll aboard the S.S. Seeandbee on Lake Erie

    • S.S. Seeandbee; Steamboats; Great Lakes (North America); Cleveland & Buffalo Transit Co.; East 9th Street Pier
    • Passengers stroll aboard the S.S. Seeandbee on Lake Erie. The S.S. Seeandbee was the largest inland steamer in the early 20th century operated by the Cleveland & Buffalo Transit Co.. With its four decks, the steamer could hold up to 1,500...
    • Fuldauer Group

    • Euclid Beach Park; Humphrey, Doris; Humphrey, Dudley Sherman II; Humphrey, H. Louise; Humphrey, Harvey John; Humphrey, Kathryn
    • A photograph of Humphrey and Fuldauer family members. The maiden name of Kathryn Humphrey, Harvey J. Humphrey's wife, is Fuldauer.
    • Unloading iron ore at Cleveland dock

    • Ore carriers; Cargo Ships; Lakes; Ships; Shipping; Docks; Pennsylvania Railroad; Lake Erie
    • "First Iron Ore to reach Cleveland is being unloaded from 730-foot Canadian freighter, the Whitefish Bay, shown unloading 23,425 tons of taconite pellets at the Pennsylvania Railroads dock on the lakefront. The big ship, on her maiden voyage, also...
    • Christening of the U.S.S. Macon

    • Rites & ceremonies; U.S.S. Macon; Blimps; Airships; Air bases; Airdock
    • The USS Macon was christened in 1933 at the Akron air dock. After being christened it will make its maiden voyage and eventually end up in California as a part of the Navy fleet of airships.
    • USS Macon flying over Cleveland

    • U.S.S. Macon; Blimps; Airships; Aerial photographs; Cleveland; Naval operations
    • The USS Macon makes her maiden voyage from Akron to Cleveland Ohio in 1933. After this the USS Macon will be stationed in California. Note: the original photograph is a reversed print.
    • Indians

    • Theatrical productions; Indians
    • Photo of Vivian Pihura as an Ersatz Indian maiden named Teskanjavila and Bill Beck as Wild Bill Hickok in Cleveland State University's 1981 production of "Indians."

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