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    • Freight house

    • Railroad stations; Cleveland Union Terminal; Cleveland and Youngstown Railroad Co.; Referendums
    • "An old-fashioned freight house, one of the sort that will be abandonded when the new and modern high level terminal is completed." -- card front.
      Part of folded postcard set.
    • Building a bridge

    • Bridges; Construction; Cleveland Union Terminal; Cleveland and Youngstown Railroad Co.; Referendums
    • "Building a bridge, the sort of construction that makes a metropolitan city. The city pays no part of this or any other expense connected with the project."--card front.
      Part of folded postcard set.
    • Sorting of brass battery terminals at Proof Machine & Brass Foundry

    • Proof Machine & Brass Foundry; Employees; Foundries; Electric batteries; Machine industry; Clark Cable Corporation; Brass castings
    • Several employees sort, clean and prepare brass battery terminals. Proof Machine & Brass Foundry was a non-ferrous foundry making brass battery terminals located at 936 East 72nd Street in Cleveland, Ohio. Proof Machine & Brass Foundry was a...
    • Back cover of International Trade & Fair Brochure

    • International Trade & Fair, Inc.; Palace Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; International organizations; Stores & shops
    • The ITF was a trading organization that reportedly represented over 300 European manufacturers. In February of 1970 it used over 80,000 sq. feet of the Palace Theatre for its Cleveland showroom. While not a theater at the time the photos in the...
    • Front Cover of the International Trade & Fair Brochure

    • International Trade & Fair, Inc.; Palace Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; International organizations; Stores & shops
    • The ITF was a trading organization that reportedly represented over 300 European manufactures. In February of 1970 it used over 80,000 sq. feet of the Palace Theatre for its Cleveland showroom. While not a theater at the time the photos in the...

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