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    • Lakewood's Oldest Stone House, Pioneer Kitchen

    • Kitchens; Frontier & pioneer life; Houses; Lakewood Historical Society; Lakewood; Historic buildings
    • "LAKEWOOD'S OLDEST STONE HOUSE Pioneer Kitchen 14710 Lake Avenue, Lakewood, Ohio; Much activity centered around the kitchen fireplace in a pioneer home. It was often the main source of heat and light and the aroma from steaming kettles attracted...
    • Lakewood's Oldest Stone House

    • Lakewood Historical Society; Lakewood; Frontier & pioneer life; Houses; Historic buildings
    • "LAKEWOOD'S OLDEST STONE HOUSE 14710 Lake Avenue, Lakewood, Ohio; This is the only pioneer dwelling in the Greater Cleveland area, open free to the public each Wednesday and Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. the year 'round except December and January. ...
    • Student in pioneer schoolhouse

    • Schools; Shaker Heights; Moreland Elementary School; Dolls; Frontier & pioneer life
    • "Living in the rough is Barbara Pochalke [sp-see note], 9, third-grader at Moreland Elementary School, who posed in the pioneer school her classmates contructed. It is part of a social studies unit on early Cleveland and pioneer life."--from...
    • The Pioneer Pottery of East Liverpool, Ohio

    • East Liverpool (Ohio); Potteries; Rivers; Ohio River; Pioneer Pottery
    • East Liverpool was once home to more than 300 potteries. Of these, three remain: The Hall China Company, the Homer Laughlin China Company (located across the Ohio River in Newell, W.Va.) and Pioneer Pottery (1935-Present).
    • Lakewood's Oldest Stone House - Herb Garden

    • Lakewood; Lakewood Historical Society; Lake Ave.
    • "14710 Lake Avenue, Lakewood, Ohio. An herb garden at the kitchen entrance of a pioneer dwelling was a necessity for the housewife. Forty different kinds of herbs in this garden were used to make foods taste more tempting, for medicinal purposes...
    • Lakewood's Oldest Stone House Herb Garden

    • Gardening; Gardens; Landscapes (Representations)
    • "An herb garden at the kitchen entrance of a pioneer dwelling was a necessity for the housewife. Forty different kinds of herbs in this garden were used to make foods taste more tempting, for medicinal purposes or to be tucked among clothing to...
    • Smith's Restaurant

    • Restaurants; Euclid; Pioneers; Remodeling; Smith's Restaurant
    • 22305 Lake Shore Blvd. Photographed c. 1944. "Smith's Restaurant is one of the pioneer houses, remodeled 15 years ago to seat only 24 people. However, last year the next door Epicure Barbecue was purchased and it has been completely remodeled to...
    • Lakewood's Oldest Stone House

    • Dwellings; Architecture
    • "14710 Lake Avenue, Lakewood, Ohio. This is the only pioneer dwelling in the Greater Cleveland area, open free to the public each Wednesday and Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. the year 'round except December and January. Built in 1838, it has been...
    • Co-operative Education Silver Anniversary

    • Fenn College; Cleveland State University
    • Fenn College held a dinner commemorating the silver anniversary of the cooperative education program at the school on November 11, 1948. Shown here are the guest speaker, automotive pioneer Dr Charles Kettering; Fenn College President Edward...
    • The Titus House, 33350 Lake Road

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Dwellings
    • The Titus house, 33350 Lake Road. Built in 1847 by pioneer educator Anson Titus, this early Greek Revival home is also known as the Cuyler-Curtis house after the descendants who kept it in the family. Anson also built the first schoolhouse in...
    • Spinning Demonstration at Peter Miller House

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Peter Miller House (Avon Lake, Ohio); Spinning apparatus; Avon Lake Historical Society
    • Avon Lake Historical Society founding members (from left) Olivia Hill and Ella Handy and demonstrate spinning and other pioneer activities at the Peter Miller House Museum.
    • School children at Century Village

    • Century Village (Burton, Ohio); Geauga County Historical Society; School children; Classrooms
    • School children receive a lesson in pioneer living at Century Village (Burton, Ohio).
    • Charles Weidman, who directed the dances in "School For Husbands"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theatrical productions; Dance; Weidman, Charles
    • Charles Weidman was one of the giants of American modern dance and a pioneer in the development of the art form. Weidman influenced a great many dancers in his long teaching career. Among the best-known artists and directors who studied with him...
    • Charles Weidman and Company from "School For Husbands"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theatrical productions; Dance; Weidman, Charles
    • Charles Weidman was one of the giants of American modern dance and a pioneer in the development of the art form. Weidman influenced a great many dancers in his long teaching career. Among the best-known artists and directors who studied with him...
    • Charles Weidman and Company from "School For Husbands"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theatrical productions; Dance; Weidman, Charles; Autographs
    • Signed: "To Dina Evans- In Memory of a wonderful production-Charles Weidman". Charles Weidman was one of the giants of American modern dance and a pioneer in the development of the art form. Weidman influenced a great many dancers in his long...

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