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    • Carter Hotel, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Carter Hotel; Hotels; Prospect Ave.; Playhouse Square Center
    • "The Carter Hotel, Prospect Avenue and E. 9th St. is situated near Cleveland's Playhouse Square and is one of Cleveland's finest hotels."--card verso. Street view of the red brick hotel and a parking garage filled with cars, cars are also on the...
    • Public Square, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Public Square; Soldiers' And Sailors' Monument
    • "Public Square, called also Monumental Square, forms the heart of the business section of Cleveland, being at the junction of Superior and Ontario Streets. As originally laid out, it was a plot of 10 acres, but by the extension through it of two...
    • Preyer House

    • Preyer House; Cleveland Heights; Cleveland Heights landmarks
    • "Cleveland Heights landmark, Preyer House, originally a trading post built around 1820-1840. Bought by the Preyers in 1864; porch and dormers were added later."--card verso.
    • Case Institute of Technology

    • Case Institute of Technology; Case Western Reserve University; Western Reserve University
    • "Cleveland, Ohio. Case Institute of Technology. Sentinel at the circle since 1885, the old main building was originally the home of all the college's activities. Today it is used for administrative offices and classrooms. Case Institute was founded...
    • Medical Building - 2318 Prospect Avenue

    • Fenn College; Medical Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Prospect Ave.; YMCA School of Technology
    • Originally the residence of Henry Childs, the house was the home of the Cleveland Medical Library Association, 1898-1926. The building featured a 300 seat auditorium. The building was razed in the late 1940's.
    • Medical Building - 2318 Prospect Avenue

    • Fenn College; Medical Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Prospect Ave.; YMCA School of Technology
    • Originally the residence of Henry Childs, the house was the home of the Cleveland Medical Library Association, 1898-1926. The building featured a 300 seat auditorium. The building was razed in the late 1940's.
    • Medical Building - 2318 Prospect Avenue

    • Fenn College; Medical Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Prospect Ave.; YMCA School of Technology
    • Originally the residence of Henry Childs, the house was the home of the Cleveland Medical Library Association, 1898-1926. The building featured a 300 seat auditorium. The building was razed in the late 1940's.
    • Sadd's Building

    • Cleveland State University; East 24th St.; Sadd's Bar; Band Building
    • The former site of Sadd's Bar and Restaurant, 1881 East 24th St., was originally remodeled by CSU to accomodate students who brought their lunches. Instead the building was used by the Music Department as a practice area.
    • Lou Cohen's Automobile Company Property

    • Fenn College; East 24th St.; Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio);
    • Fenn College purchased the Lou Cohen's Automobile Company property on the northwest corner of Euclid Ave. and East 24th St. in 1963 and razed the structure in January 1964. Originally Fenn intended to use the land for a new administration building....
    • Front view, Schweinfurth House

    • Schweinfurth House; Schweinfurth, Charles; Euclid Ave.; East 75th. St.; Romanesque revival (Architecture); Architectural elements
    • Front view, Schweinfurth House.
      Judging by the increased size of the saplings, and the ivy beginning to grow up a the corner, it's estimated that this photo was taken a couple of years after the building was completed in 1894.
      Schweinfurth...
    • Schweinfurth House

    • Schweinfurth House; Schweinfurth, Charles; Euclid Ave.; East 75th. St.; Romanesque revival (Architecture); Architectural elements
    • Front view, Schweinfurth House.
      Judging by the increased size of the saplings, and the ivy beginning to grow up at the corner, it is suspected that this photo was taken a couple of years after the building was completed in 1894.
      Schweinfurth...
    • Vestibule, Schweinfurth House

    • Schweinfurth House; Entrance Halls; Schweinfurth, Charles; Euclid Ave.; East 75th. St.; Romanesque revival (Architecture); Architectural elements
    • Vestibule, Schweinfurth House.
      The wood floor later replaced by Schweinfurth with the marble, mosaic inlay floor. The plain painted walls replaced by Schweinfurth with the painted fresco looking like an oriental carpet. The light fixture still...
    • Living room, Schweinfurth House

    • Schweinfurth House; Living rooms; Schweinfurth, Charles; Euclid Ave.; East 75th. St.; Romanesque revival (Architecture); Architectural elements
    • Living room, Schweinfurth House.
      The piano later replaced by Schweinfurth with glass-front book shelves matching those seen next to the dining room in the rear. Note the carpet- later replaced by Schweinfurth with the cork...
    • Rear of original Schweifurth House

    • Schweinfurth House; Schweinfurth, Charles; Euclid Ave.; East 75th. St.; Romanesque revival (Architecture); Architectural elements
    • Rear of original Schweinfurth House, now mostly covered by the 1915 addition.
      The two windows-- first floor left- are in the dining room, now with space between, forming the arch in the now larger dining room.
      Schweinfurth House was...
    • Living room, Schweinfurth House

    • Schweinfurth House; Living rooms; Schweinfurth, Charles; Euclid Ave.; East 75th. St.; Romanesque revival (Architecture); Architectural elements
    • Living room, Schweinfurth House.
      Looking to dining room- to the rear. Note the chandeliers - only gas fixtures in the photo. Now the room has the same fixtures - but with electric branches added.
      Schweinfurth House was originally designed and...
    • Library, Schweinfurth House

    • Schweinfurth House; Libraries; Schweinfurth, Charles; Euclid Ave.; East 75th. St.; Romanesque revival (Architecture); Architectural elements
    • Library, 2nd floor of Schweinfurth House.
      Glass-front book shelf.
      Schweinfurth House was originally designed and built by Cleveland architect Charles F. Schweinfurth. The House is located on East 75th Street near Euclid Avenue. Originally...

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