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    • Old Stone Church

    • Churches; Old Stone Church (Cleveland, Ohio); Presbyterian churches
    • "The Old Stone Church (The First Presbyterian Society in Cleveland) PUBLIC SQUARE Cleveland, Ohio 44113 Is one of America's most widely-known and influential churches. The congregation was organized in 1820, when Cleveland was a village of 150...
    • Lakewood High School, Lakewood, Ohio

    • High schools; Lakewood High School; Warren Rd.; Gothic Revival; Architecture, Civic
    • Lakewood High School's second location was at 1475 Warren Road, the present site of the U.S. Post Office. Built in 1904 it served as the high school until the present facility at Franklin and Bunts Road opened in 1918. Renamed Wilson School, it was...
    • The Old Stone Church, Public Square, Cleveland, Ohio

    • First Presbyterian Church (Cleveland, Ohio); Presbyterian churches; Public Square; Heard & Porter; Churches
    • The First Presbyterian Society in Cleveland, located on Public Square is one of America's most widely known and influential churches. The congregation was organized in 1820 when Cleveland was a village of 150 inhabitants and is the oldest...
    • The Old Stone Church

    • First Presbyterian Church; Presbyterian churches; Public Square; Heard & Porter; Churches
    • (The First Presbyterian Society in Cleveland). Located on Public Square, Cleveland 13, Ohio is one of America's most widely known and influential churches. The congregation was organized in 1820 when Cleveland was a village of 150 inhabitants and...
    • Poets to give reading to help indicted pair.

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Lowell, James; Poetry readings; Actions & defenses
    • "A group of poets will present a poetry reading tomorrow night to raise money for poet d. a. levy and bookseller James Lowell, indicted for possession and distribution of smut literature" -- from Cleveland Press article, February 9, 1967.
    • Feeding Cleveland: Urban Agriculture photo gallery exhibit panels, May 2009

    • School gardens; Cleveland Public Schools Horticulture Program; Gardening; Agriculture; Laboratory schools; School children; Local foods; Urban agriculture; Exhibits; Thomas Campbell Gallery (Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs, Cleveland...
    • Facsimiles of 21 panels originally displayed in an exhibit titled, "Feeding Cleveland: Urban Agriculture." The 4-month long exhibit featured images from an online digital collection in Cleveland Memory, " Feeding Cleveland: Urban Agriculture," a...
    • 1475 Warren Road - Lakewood High School

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Lakewood High School; Warren Rd. (Lakewood, Ohio); Lakewood Public Schools
    • Lakewood High School's second location was at 1475 Warren Rd., the present site of the United States Post Office. Built in 1904, it served as the high school until the present facility at Franklin Blvd. and Bunts Rd. opened in 1918. Renamed Wilson...
    • Lakewood Hospital, Lakewood, Ohio

    • Hospitals; Lakewood Hospital; Lakewood
    • "LAKEWOOD HOSPITAL, Lakewood, Ohio. This first hospital in any Cleveland suburb opened with 15 beds in 1907. The present modern building, on the original site, has 272 adult beds and 62 bassinets. Approximately 250 physician, 600 employee and 200...
    • St. John's Hospital

    • Hospitals; Saint John Hospital; Detroit Ave.
    • "ST. JOHN'S HOSPITAL 7911 Detroit Ave., Cleveland 2 Ohio; Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine administer this hospital whose present building program modernizes the facilities and increases the bed capacity to 350."--card verso.
    • Simpson M. E. Church, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Simpson Methodist Episcopal Church; Episcopal churches; Methodist churches; Churches; Clark Ave.
    • "The Ladies' Aid Society of Simpson M.E. Church, desire to help build a new church, earnestly requests your subscription or renewal to THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL or THE SATURDAY EVENING POST-or both. A liberal part of the money will go to our...
    • No. 16: Phyllis Wheatly Building - Cleveland, Ohio

    • Phyllis Wheatly Association; African Americans; Cedar Ave.;
    • "Located at 4450 Cedar Avenue is the Phyllis Wheatly Building, an up-to-date structure, housing hundreds of Young Negro Women, providing cafeteria facilities and an all around craft, study and recreational program, an ever present monument to the...
    • Czech Cultural Garden Association

    • Cultural Gardens; Czech Cultural Garden; Wade Park; Rockefeller Park; University Circle; Czechs; Cleveland Cultural Gardens (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "Czech Cultural Garden Association of Cleveland when Sokol were present on June 21, 1947... (remainder of text on card illegible).--card verso.
    • In Cleveland - it's The Hollenden

    • Hotels; Hollenden Hotel; Superior Ave.; East 6th St.
    • "THE GREATER HOLLENDEN as it will appear when present building operations are completed. 1,400 rooms, 1,400 baths; 300- car fireproof garage. Theo. De Witt, Manager"-- card front.
    • A Turkish sitting room, Algeria

    • Cleveland Press; Advertisements
    • "A Turkish Sitting Room, Algeria. - The scene on the opposite side is a true picture of the home life of the women of Algeria. Like is said to move on quietly in the seclusion of the harem. Although allowed by law to have four wives, the Moslem of...

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