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    • League Park

    • League Park; Baseball fields; Sports & recreation facilities; Stadiums
    • "1891-1946 Cleveland Indians" -- card front
      "League Park (Cleveland, Ohio) Located at the northeast corner of E. 66th St. and Lexington Avenue, it was home to Cleveland's major league baseball teams from 1891 thru 1946, including the 1920...
    • Portrait at Gordon Park

    • Gordon Park; Parks; Beaches; Portrait photographs
    • (Left to Right) "Mildred" "Hazel" "Joe" "This is a picture Mama took of Joe & myself and chum at Gordon Park. Thanks for your birthday card. Love from Hazel Jerg" -- written on card front.
    • The International Highway

    • International Harvester Co.; Exhibitions; Roads; Public Auditorium
    • "The International Highway" was one of the highlights of the American Road Builders Show, which took place at Cleveland Municipal Auditorium on January 17-21, 1938, and which featured new and modern road-construction methods."--card verso.
    • Grand Jury named beatnik poet in secret indictment on filth

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Lowell, James; Obscenity (Law); Actions & defenses; Law enforcement officers; Poets; Poetry
    • "Darryl A. Levy, poet and leading figure of the beatnik community in the University Circle area, was named in a secrete indictment which was returned by the Grand Jury last November and filed yesterday. Levy, 23, whose last known address was the...
    • Harvest Prom

    • Fenn College; Cleveland State University
    • Big Band leader Freddie Slack and his boogie woogie orchestra played for Beta Beta Alpha's Harvest Prom in 1946. Here the amiable Mr Slack took time out from his engagement at the Palance Theater to practice archery with some Fenn co-eds.
    • S.S. Theodor Roosevelt docked at Cedar Point

    • S.S. Theodore Roosevelt; Cleveland-Cedar Point Steamship Company; Steamships; Cedar Point (Sandusky, Ohio); Lake Erie
    • View of the steamship Theodor Roosevelt docked at Cedar Point. In the 1940s the Theodore Roosevelt wa part of the Cleveland-Cedar Point Steamship Co. which ferried passengers from Cleveland to Cedar Point from June to Labor Day. "Bea & children at...
    • 17874 Lake Road - James Wigmore House

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Lake Rd. (Lakewood, Ohio); Clifton Park
    • James Wigmore, who made his fortune in insurance and real estate, built this mansion at 17874 Lake Rd. Its featured eight pillars across the front exterior. The interior included a bowling alley, billiard room, a three car garage in the basement,...
    • Madison Avenue - Cleveland Transit System streetcar yards

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Madison Ave. (Lakewood, Ohio); Cleveland Transit System
    • Cleveland Transit System's Madison Ave. streetcar line was the last remaining line in Cleveland. On March 8, 1953 Cleveland area railfans took a trip along the Madison line in a PCC streetcar. This was the only time a PCC was at the Madison yards
    • 1115 Forest Road

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Forest Rd.; Clifton Park
    • Residence designed by architect William Koster was built at 1115 Forest Rd. in Lakewood' Clifton Park area in 1964. Original home was moved to 1122 Forest when the Clifton Blvd. extension took part of the property.
    • 18129 West Clifton Road

    • Lakewood (Ohio); West Clifton Rd.; Clifton Park
    • Residence designed by architect Philip Lindsay Small was built at 18125 Clifton Rd. in Lakewood's Clifton Park area in 1923. The house was moved in 1961 when the Clifton Blvd. extension took the Clifton Rd. property. Before that it had been...
    • 17874 Lake Avenue

    • Lakewood (Ohio)
    • James Wigmore, who made his fortune in insurance and real estate, built this mansion at 17874 Lake Rd. Its featured eight pillars across the front exterior. The interior included a bowling alley, billiard room, a three car garage in the basement,...
    • 13826 Lake Avenue - Kundtz's Castle

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Kundtz's Castle; Lake Ave.
    • Theodor Kundtz was born in Unter-Metzenseifen, Hungary (Medzev, Slovkia) in 1852 and came to Cleveland at age 19. He began working as a cabinetmaker and soon established his own business producing sewing machine cabinets for White Sewing Machine...

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