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    • Ohio Bell Telephone Company exhibit, Great Lakes Exposition

    • Great Lakes Exposition; Exhibition facilities; Exhibition buildings; Ohio Bell Telephone
    • "Lucky visitors at the Ohio ell Exhibit win demonstration long distance calls. Others amy listen as they talk. As each call travels to its destination, its course is traced in lights on the large map of Ohio, which contains 872 towns and 1974...
    • No. 12: St. John A. M. E Church -- Cleveland, Ohio

    • African Americans; Methodist churches; Episcopal churches; East 40th St.; Churches; St. John's AME (African Methodist Episcopal) Church
    • St. John A. M. E Church. Adjacent to Central High School on East 40 Street. It is the home of the oldest African Methodist Episcopal congregation in Cleveland. Located at one time in the very heart of the Negro community, the congregational now...
    • S.S. Carrollton travels the Cuyahoga River

    • S.S. Carrollton; Saginaw Dock and Terminal Co.; Steamships; Cuyahoga River; Tugboats
    • "Cuyahoga River"--photo verso. S.S. Carrolton travels along the Cuyahoga River. The exterior of the boat reads "Carrollton, Wilmington DE," the home port of the Carrollton. From 1938 to 1957 the Saginaw Dock & Terminal Co. in Cleveland operated...


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    • Goetz, Bernice; Explorers; Cleveland Public Library; Cleveland Museum Of Natural History; Public speaking
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    • Bob Hope

    • Hope, Bob; Entertainers; Comedians
    • "Down Under -- Bob Hope meets kangaroos, koala bears and wallabies when he travels to the continent down under for a 90-minute special, 'Texaco Presents The Bob Hope All-Star Comedy Special from Australia' to be telecast on NBC-TV Saturday, April...
    • Desk top model of new White Motor Co. tractor

    • Automotive Industry; Model vehicles; Tractors; White Motor Company
    • "Desk top model of one of 59 new White Diesel Powered Tractors, now being delivered to The Kroger Co., is admired by Carl S. Fuller, Vice President Cleveland Division of Kroger and Robert G. Oakley, White's Cleveland Regional Vice President. Over...
    • Wooten and Schafrath 40-yard dash, Cleveland Browns 1959

    • Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1946-1995); Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1959); Wooten, John; Schafrath, Dick
    • Rookies John Wooten (left) and Dick Schafrath "run in conditioning drills during training camp in 1959. One test that Paul Brown invented to gauge a player's skill was the 40-yard dash. Though 40 yards was a seemingly odd distance, Brown used 40...
    • Sandusky's first streetcar

    • Columbus Avenue (Sandusky, Ohio); Market Street (Sandusky, Ohio); Street railroads; West House Hotel (Sandusky, Ohio); Interurban Railway & Terminal Co.; Bishop, W. A.; Sandusky (Ohio)
    • Sandusky's first (horse-drawn) streetcar, travelling south from the foot of Columbus Avenue, as seen from the southeast corner of Columbus Avenue and Market Street. A crowd of spectators is visible around the streetcar as it travels up Columbus...
    • Steamboat, "Arrow"

    • Sandusky Bay (Ohio); Cedar Point Lighthouse (Ohio); Steamboats; Arrow (Ship); Sandusky (Ohio)
    • A possible view of the steamship "Arrow," as it travels out of Sandusky Bay. (What appears to be the Cedar Point Lighthouse and range light are visible in the background.)
    • Cleared sidewalks along Eagle ramp

    • Eagle Avenue Viaduct (Cleveland, Ohio); Vertical lift bridges; Bridges, Steel; Cuyahoga River
    • Shows the Eagle Avenue Viaduct in Cleveland, Ohio covered with snow and slush as traffic travels across it in February 1951. The Eagle Avenue Viaduct was Cleveland's first vertical lift bridge and it was the sixth vertical lift bridge in the United...
    • Detroit and West 25th Subway Station, 1939

    • Detroit Rd.; Detroit-Superior Bridge (Cleveland); Veterans Memorial Bridge (Cleveland, Ohio); Street railroads; Subways
    • A streetcar travels down the tracks at the Detroit-W 25th subway station in Cleveland, Ohio in 1939. The railroad tracks lead under the Detroit-Superior Bridge on its lower level. Streetcar operations on the bridge ended in 1954.

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