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    • Old Glory mounted on the B & O Railroad Bridge in 1956

    • Bridges; Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Bridges; Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Bridge Number 463; Cuyahoga River; Bridge construction; Bridges, jackknife bascule; Bridges, Steel; Railroad bridges
    • "Old Glory is mounted at the highest peak of construction on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Bridge, at a point 255 feet above the Cuyahoga River. It is standard procedure for iron workers to raise the flag when they attain the peak of construction...
    • Warren Road and Franklin Boulevard - natural gas well

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Warren Rd. (Lakewood, Ohio)
    • Although natural gas deposits were known to exist in the Rockport area since the 1880's it was not until a million foot a day natural gas well was struck on a farm in Rocky River in 1911 that the gas industry experienced boom times. At its peak in...
    • Euclid Avenue Ca. 1960

    • Euclid Ave.; Playhouse Square Center; Stores & shops; Bonwit Teller
    • "Looking East at 13th Street toward Playhouse Square. Heart of Cleveland's retail district of department stores and fine shops." --card verso. Bonwitt Teller was a retailer specializing in high end women's apparel that reached its peak in the late...
    • Hotel Euclid, Ca. 1912

    • Hotels; Euclid Ave.; Euclid Hotel; East 14th St.; Playhouse Square Center
    • "Cleveland Sixth City"--written on the front of the card. During thise period in Cleveland's History, Ca. 1912, many postcards and advertisements proclaimed her the Sixth City. By 1920 Cleveland reached it's peak as the Fifth City.
    • Daffodil Hill in Lakeview Cemetery

    • Lake View Cemetery (Cleveland, Ohio); Lake View Cemetery; Monuments & memorials; Cemeteries
    • "Daffodil Hill with its thousands of flowers at peak of their spring flowering period will be the high light of this week-end display in Lake View Cemetery. Magnolias and early-flowering cherries also are in bloom along the winding drives of the...
    • "This House Is Not For Sale" sign posted by door

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Signs; Discrimination; Housing; African Americans
    • "W.E. Jeschenig home at 18601 Invermere Ave. - one of several which displayed 'This House Is Not For Sale' signs at peak of panic on street following sale of first homes to Negroes - Negroes - Cleveland - Krawcheck Series" - photo verso.
    • Radium Limited toy train entering measuring chamber

    • Radium Limited; Railroads; Toys; Toy trains; Cleveland Clinic; Laboratories; Radiation; Radon; Research; Research facilities
    • Radium Limited, only special train of its type, today began handling “hot cargo” in the radiation laboratory at Cleveland Clinic.
      Dr. Otto Glasser, famed Clinic medical physicist, installed the toy train to protect technicians handling radium...

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