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    • Andrews Family Farm

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Lake Ave.
    • The Andrews family homestead stood in what is now the parking lot behind the Mars Shopping Center. A large orchard extended from the house north to the Lake. The stream ran through the Andrews family property and spilled into Lake Erie at Andrews...
    • Seltzer was image of halcyon days

    • Seltzer, Louis B.; Cleveland Press; Newspaper industry; Newspaper headlines; Clippings; Newspapers; Employees
    • Article written by Dick Wooten about Cleveland Press editor Louis B. Seltzer, which ran in the last issue of the Cleveland Press on June 17, 1982.
    • Ture Johnson appearing on the Woodrow the Woodsman show in 1964.

    • Conroy, Clay; Woodrow the Woodsman; Johnson, Ture
    • Ture Johnson and Woodrow The Woodsman. Johnson ran the Maple Sugar production in Burton before going on to join the state of Ohio Division of Forestry. The New Sugar Maker Award at the Ohio State Fair, given to Sugar Makers with less the five...
    • Fenn Tower Pendulum

    • Fenn College; Cleveland State University; Fenn Tower (Cleveland, Ohio); Pendulums
    • Walter Schaefer (BME, 1942), working with Professor of Physics, Willard Poppy, designed and installed a Foucault pendulum in Fenn Tower air vent that ran from the basement to the 21st floor. At the time it was the world's longest using 211 feet of...
    • Cherry Tree Lane

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Detroit Ave. (Lakewood, Ohio)
    • Cherry Tree Lane was a path that ran perpendicular to Detroit Ave. between members of the Andrews family.
    • Lakewood Park

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Lake Ave.; Lakewood Park
    • The stream that ran through Lakewood Park flowed through Lakewood where Belle Ave. is today. After the street covered up the stream it continued to flow into the open at a point where the road separated near the park entrance on Lake Ave. The...
    • Cohassett Place

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Cohassett Place
    • Looking north along Cohassett Place to the empty lot at the end of the street where a house had been recently razed. Cohassett, a short and narrow, limited access residential street in eastern Lakewood ran south from the Norfolk & Western Railway...
    • Delaware and Niagara Avenue

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Delaware Ave.
    • The Delaware and Niagara Ave. intersection showing homes that were demolished for I-90. An east-west residential street in southern Lakewood, Delaware was named for the Delaware Indians. At one time Delaware Ave. ran west from Brown Ave. to...
    • 11834 Lake Avenue - Rosewood

    • Lakewood (Ohio)
    • The James Paisley home was built in 1907 on three acres of land near West 117th St. (Highland Ave.) extending north of Lake Ave. to Lake Erie. Included on the property were the main house, a cottage, a greenhouse, a tool house, and a barn which was...
    • 15914 Lakewood Heights Boulevard

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Lakewood Heights Blvd.
    • Residence at 15914 Lakewood Heights Blvd. Lakewood Heights was an east-west road than once ran from Berea Rd. to Riverside Dr. Today it is in split sections because of Interstate 90.
    • Detroit Street and Warren Road - Toll Booth

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Detroit Ave. (Lakewood, Ohio)
    • The Plank Road Company toll gate at the northeast corner of Detroit St. and Warren Rd. Made from logs flatten on top and bottom with earth packed in between and along the outside edge, the road ran through Lakewood west from Highland Ave. (West...

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