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    • Johnson Residence

    • Dwellings; Houses; Architecture, Residential; Johnson, Tom L.
    • Residence of Mayor Tom L. Johnson, 2343 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland. Built 1885-6. Razed 1926. Photographed c. 1909.
    • Johnson Residence

    • Dwellings; Houses; Architecture, Residential; Johnson, Tom L.
    • Johnson's residence, 2343 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland. Built 1885-6. Razed 1926. Photographed c. 1907.
    • F. F. Prentiss Mansion to be Razed

    • Dwellings; Glenallen (Cleveland Heights, Ohio)
    • "F. F. Prentiss Mansion to be razed" -- photo verso. Glenallen (also known as Glen Allen), the home of Elisabeth Severance Allen Prentiss, included over forty-five acres of land and was located at 3505 Mayfield Road in Cleveland Heights until it...
    • Medical Building - 2318 Prospect Avenue

    • Fenn College; Medical Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Prospect Ave.; YMCA School of Technology
    • Originally the residence of Henry Childs, the house was the home of the Cleveland Medical Library Association, 1898-1926. The building featured a 300 seat auditorium. The building was razed in the late 1940's.
    • Medical Building - 2318 Prospect Avenue

    • Fenn College; Medical Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Prospect Ave.; YMCA School of Technology
    • Originally the residence of Henry Childs, the house was the home of the Cleveland Medical Library Association, 1898-1926. The building featured a 300 seat auditorium. The building was razed in the late 1940's.
    • Medical Building - 2318 Prospect Avenue

    • Fenn College; Medical Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Prospect Ave.; YMCA School of Technology
    • Originally the residence of Henry Childs, the house was the home of the Cleveland Medical Library Association, 1898-1926. The building featured a 300 seat auditorium. The building was razed in the late 1940's.
    • Lou Cohen's Automobile Company Property

    • Fenn College; East 24th St.; Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio);
    • Fenn College purchased the Lou Cohen's Automobile Company property on the northwest corner of Euclid Ave. and East 24th St. in 1963 and razed the structure in January 1964. Originally Fenn intended to use the land for a new administration building....
    • Bliss Hall

    • Fenn College; Bliss Hall; Dormitories; Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland State University
    • Once part of "Millionaires' Row" along Euclid Ave., the James Jared Tracy house was renamed "Bliss Hall" and used as a women's dormitory, 1943-1951. It was named in honor of Loretta Bliss who contributed for the furnishings. The house was razed in...
    • Bliss hall ext 2

    • Fenn College; Bliss Hall; Dormitories; Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland State University
    • Once part of "Millionaires' Row" along Euclid Ave., the James Jared Tracy house was renamed "Bliss Hall" and used as a women's dormitory, 1943-1951. It was named in honor of Loretta Bliss who contributed for the furnishings. The house was razed in...
    • Bliss Hall int 2

    • Fenn College; Bliss Hall; Dormitories; Cleveland State University
    • The dining room in Bliss Hall. Once part of "Millionaires' Row" along Euclid Ave., the James Jared Tracy house was renamed "Bliss Hall" and used as a women's dormitory, 1943-1951. It was named in honor of Loretta Bliss who contributed for the...
    • Bliss Hall int 6

    • Fenn College; Bliss Hall; Dormitories; Cleveland State University
    • A bedroom in Bliss Hall. Once part of "Millionaires' Row" along Euclid Ave., the James Jared Tracy house was renamed "Bliss Hall" and used as a women's dormitory, 1943-1951. It was named in honor of Loretta Bliss who contributed for the...
    • Bliss Hall int 7

    • Fenn College; Bliss Hall; Dormitories; Cleveland State University
    • A bedroom in Bliss Hall. Once part of "Millionaires' Row" along Euclid Ave., the James Jared Tracy house was renamed "Bliss Hall" and used as a women's dormitory, 1943-1951. It was named in honor of Loretta Bliss who contributed for the...
    • Bliss Hall int 1

    • Fenn College; Bliss Hall; Dormitories; Cleveland State University
    • First floor living area in Bliss Hall. Once part of "Millionaires' Row" along Euclid Ave., the James Jared Tracy house was renamed "Bliss Hall" and used as a women's dormitory, 1943-1951. It was named in honor of Loretta Bliss who contributed for...
    • Bliss Hall int 3

    • Fenn College; Bliss Hall; Dormitories; Cleveland State University
    • First floor living area in Bliss Hall. Once part of "Millionaires' Row" along Euclid Ave., the James Jared Tracy house was renamed "Bliss Hall" and used as a women's dormitory, 1943-1951. It was named in honor of Loretta Bliss who contributed for...
    • Bliss Hall int 4

    • Fenn College; Bliss Hall; Dormitories; Cleveland State University
    • First floor living area in Bliss Hall. Once part of "Millionaires' Row" along Euclid Ave., the James Jared Tracy house was renamed "Bliss Hall" and used as a women's dormitory, 1943-1951. It was named in honor of Loretta Bliss who contributed for...
    • Bliss Hall int 5

    • Fenn College; Bliss Hall; Dormitories; Cleveland State University
    • First floor living area in Bliss Hall. Once part of "Millionaires' Row" along Euclid Ave., the James Jared Tracy house was renamed "Bliss Hall" and used as a women's dormitory, 1943-1951. It was named in honor of Loretta Bliss who contributed for...
    • Bliss Hall

    • Fenn College; Cleveland State University
    • The James Jared Tracey house at 3635 Euclid Ave. was once part of Cleveland's Miilionaires' Row. Renamed Bliss Hall it was used as a women's dormitory from 1943-1951. The house was razed in 1951 for a parking lot.
    • 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...
    • U.S. Steel, Lorain, Ohio

    • Lorain (Ohio); Steel industry; Steel
    • "Dismantling the open hearth shop at United States Steel's Lorain-Cuyahoga Works in Lorain, Ohio. First of 12 165-foot stacks falls. The other 11 will be razed by the end of the year. 24,000 tons of scrap will become available when the entire shop...
    • 2400 Euclid Avenue

    • Cleveland State University; Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio);
    • Bell Motors Building, a single story commercial building on the south side of Euclid Ave. across from East 24th St and Fenn Tower. Leased by CSU in 1966 for use as a bookstore. Acquired by CSU in 1967. Building was razed in 2009.

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