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    • The Harley Diner at South East Harley - Davidson Cleveland, Ohio

    • Restaurants; Diners (Restaurants); Motorcycles; Bedford; Harley Diner; South East Harley-Davidson
    • "South East Harley-Davidson 23105 Aurora Road Cleveland, Ohio 44146 Phone (216) 439-5300. The Harley Diner at South Easy Harley-Davidson is formerly LEO'S DINER of Rochester, New Hampshire. The Diner itself is a 1946 Worcester Dining Car and has...
    • Horace Kelley Mansion

    • Horace Kelley Mansion; Mansions;Art Education; Cleveland Institute of Art; Willson Avenue; East 55th. St.
    • In 1891 the Cleveland Institute of Art was still in the Case Block downtown, but conditions were so bad there that the school was moved to the late Mr. Kelley's mansion at 1001 Willson Avenue (now East 55th Street) in 1892. It remained there for...
    • Dunham Tavern Museum

    • Dunham Tavern Museum (Cleveland, Ohio); Euclid Ave.; Galleries & museums
    • "Dunham Tavern Museum at 6709 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44103. This building stands on the original site where it was built in 1824. Served the public as a social and political center as well as a hostelry until 1857, when it was purchased by...
    • Krebs-Abram family home

    • Avon Lake (Ohio);
    • The Krebs-Abram family home was built by Henry Krebs in 1842 and expanded it after the Civil War. Maynard G. Krebs was born in this house in 1899, and it remained in the family for a century. Joseph Abram purchased the home in 1945, and they added...
    • Lake Shore Electric

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Lake Shore Electric Railway Co.
    • A train passes by the Beach Park station in Avon Lake, Ohio, which was built in 1897, remained a prominent station until 1938, and is now the west end of Electric Avenue.
    • Benjamin Patterson

    • Paint industry; Industrial facilities; Warehouses; Hamilton Ave. (Cleveland, Ohio); Patterson, Benjamin; Patterson-Sargent Company
    • Benjamin Patterson, Sr., one of the founders of the Burtis, Patterson, Sargent Company in 1890, brought out his partners shortly thereafter. The company became Patterson-Sargent in 1895 and remained so until being sold to H.K. Porter Co. in 1959.
    • Dr. Donald R. Waldrip

    • Cleveland Public Schools; Segregation; School integration
    • On August 15, 1980, Judge Frank J. Battisi appointed Dr. Donald R. Waldrip as the Desegregation Administrator of Cleveland public schools. Waldrip assumed complete control the Cleveland public school district and desegregation. Waldrip served as...
    • Dr. Donald R. Waldrip

    • Cleveland Public Schools; Segregation; School integration
    • On August 15, 1980, Judge Frank J. Battisi appointed Dr. Donald R. Waldrip as the Desegregation Administrator of Cleveland public schools. Waldrip assumed complete control the Cleveland public school district and desegregation. Waldrip served as...
    • Sinkhole on Superior

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Superior Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "A gaping cave-in on Superior Avenue at the intersection of Ansel Rd. today disrupted traffic as street and water crews began repairs. A 15-foot section of paving in the west-bound lane slowly sank shortly after midnight, leaving a hole about 10...
    • Aerial view of fire damage to Sheriff Street Market

    • Cleveland (Ohio); East 12th Street (Cleveland, Ohio); Fire; Sheriff Street Market
    • "All that remained today of the old Sheriff Street Market is shown above. At the right smoke is seen still pouring out of the north wing at E. Fourth street and Huron road. The middle section (between the white lines), the roof of which had been...
    • 1911 West 30th Street - Saint Ignatius High School

    • Cleveland; Saint Ignatius High School; West 30th St.; Ohio City
    • Saint Ignatius High School was at one time a combined college and high school for Catholic men. When the college relocated in 1902 as John Carroll University the high school remained at the original location. Architect is Brother Frederick Wipfler,...
    • Sheriff Street Market

    • Sheriff Street Market; Fire; East 12th Street (Cleveland, Ohio); Streets; Buildings
    • "All the remained today of the old Sheriff Street Market is shown above. At the right smoke is seen still pouring out of the north wing at E. Fourth Street and Huron Road. The middle section (between the white lines), the roof of which had been...

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