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    • Dunham Tavern Museum

    • Dunham Tavern Museum (Cleveland, Ohio); Euclid Ave.; Galleries & museums
    • "Historic Dunham Tavern was built in 1832 and was once an inn on the Buffalo-Cleveland-Detroit highway. It was the first home built east of 55th Street, and is the oldest building now standing on Euclid Avenue, Cleveland. The Tavern is owned by The...
    • Dunham Tavern Museum, Bedroom

    • Dunham Tavern Museum (Cleveland, Ohio); Euclid Ave.; Galleries & museums
    • "Historic Dunham Tavern was built in 1832 and was once an inn on the Buffalo-Cleveland-Detroit highway. It was the first home built east of 55th Street, and is the oldest building now standing on Euclid Avenue, Cleveland. The Tavern is owned by The...
    • Dunham Tavern Museum, The Old Kitchen

    • Dunham Tavern Museum (Cleveland, Ohio); Euclid Ave.; Galleries & museums
    • "Historic Dunham Tavern was built in 1832 and was once an inn on the Buffalo-Cleveland-Detroit highway. It was the first home built east of 55th Street, and is the oldest building now standing on Euclid Avenue, Cleveland. The Tavern is owned by The...
    • Dunham Tavern Museum, The Old 'Settin' Room

    • Dunham Tavern Museum (Cleveland, Ohio); Euclid Ave.; Galleries & museums
    • "Historic Dunham Tavern was built in 1832 and was once an inn on the Buffalo-Cleveland-Detroit highway. It was the first home built east of 55th Street, and is the oldest building now standing on Euclid Avenue, Cleveland. The Tavern is owned by The...
    • Dunham Tavern Museum, The Tap Room

    • Dunham Tavern Museum (Cleveland, Ohio); Euclid Ave.; Galleries & museums
    • Historic Dunham Tavern was built in 1832 and was once an inn on the Buffalo-Cleveland-Detroit highway. It was the first home built east of 55th Street, and is the oldest building now standing on Euclid Avenue, Cleveland. The Tavern is owned by The...
    • Dunham Tavern Museum, Formal Parlor

    • Dunham Tavern Museum (Cleveland, Ohio); Euclid Ave.; Galleries & museums
    • Historic Dunham Tavern was built in 1832 and was once an inn on the Buffalo-Cleveland-Detroit highway. It was the first home built east of 55th Street, and is the oldest building now standing on Euclid Avenue, Cleveland. The Tavern is owned by The...
    • Dunham Tavern Museum, the Tavern in its Tap-room Days

    • Dunham Tavern Museum (Cleveland, Ohio); Euclid Ave.; Galleries & museums
    • "Old Dunham Tavern, once an inn on the Buffalo-Cleveland-Detroit highway, was the first house built east of 55th Street in Cleveland and it is the oldest building now standing on Euclid Avenue. The Tavern is being preserved as an authentic museum...
    • View of The Arcade

    • Arcade
    • "The Arcade, Cleveland, Ohio. Owner: Harvey G. Oppmann. Old World charm is preserved in this 5-level, glass skylighted historic landmark built in 1890. Offices, unusal shops, and small restaurants are enhanced by the rich architectural detail of...
    • Polish Americans and their communities of Cleveland [e-book]

    • Polish; Ethnic and race relations; Ethnic groups; Ethnic neighborhoods; Ethnic relations; Immigration and Ethnicity
    • "Courageous, proud and daring, the Poles are like the eagle that has served as their national emblem since the twelfth century. They have preserved their culture and national identity against the nearly insurmountable odds of debilitating alien...
    • Medina County Court House

    • Medina County Court House; Courthouses; Square, The (Medina, Ohio)
    • View of the original Medina County Court House which was restored in 1973 after a series of letters to the editor of the Medina County Gazette opposing the talk of tearing down the building. The original brick was restored and the capitals on the...
    • Helen Millikin Nash

    • Nash, Helen Millikin; Hathaway Brown; Botanical gardens; Cleveland Botanical Garden; Garden Center Of Greater Cleveland; Shaker Lakes; Philanthropists; Conservation of natural resources
    • "Miss Helen Nash wears gowns worn by Mrs. Victor Phillips sv. of the 1902 period the hat, coat, dress, umbrella. A perfect color ensemble of that era of fashion" -- photo verso.

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