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    • North Court Street in Medina, 1961

    • Drugstores; Department stores; Square, The (Medina, Ohio); Stores & shops; Storefronts
    • "N. Court Street in Medina" -- photo verso. View looking north on N. Court Street on the Square in Medina, Ohio in 1961. Businesses in view are Anderson Drug, Ziegler's, Lobin's, Rapp Diamonds and Gifts; Rickard's Super Valu Food Market, Long Acre...
    • Hometown USA Bicentennial, Medina Ohio

    • Awards; Square, The (Medina, Ohio); Centennial celebrations; Urban beautification; Television studios
    • Award document reads: Medina's restoration to Victorian grandeur earns the attention of advertisers across the nation. A community effort completed in 1974, downtown Medina has recaptured its 19th-century charm and captured the eye of NBC-TV which...
    • Downtown's oldest buildings

    • Square, The (Medina, Ohio); Historic buildings; Fire stations; Furniture stores; Shoe stores; Clothing stores
    • A view of downtown Medina's oldest buildings in 1963. This street sits on The Square and includes the Fire house, Bostonian Shoes, Medina Furniture Company, a clothing store and the Old Phoenix National Bank.
    • Rasor Trial, Oct 1908-Mar 1909, Medina, Ohio

    • Judicial proceedings; Crowds; Homicides; Accidents
    • A crowd gathers outside the courthouse for the verdict of the Rasor Trial in Medina, Ohio. The State of Ohio vs. Daniel Guy Rasor. Rasor stood trial for the murder of his girlfriend Ora Etta Lee, who was killed while riding in a buggy with a male...
    • Decoration Day

    • Decoration Day; Parades; Crowds
    • View of the south side of Decoration Day Parade in Medina, Ohio on May 3rd.
    • Captain Bates: The Giant of Seville, OH

    • Bates, Martin Van Buren, b. 1845; Giants
    • A photo of Captain M.V. Bates, standing at 7 ft-11 in at the age of 47. At the age of 32 he was considered the largest man in the world. In 1873, upon returning from Europe, he settled in the Village of Seville with his wife (who stood the same...
    • Fred Streeter

    • Criminals; Homicides; Family
    • Accused of Murder and Robbery, Fred Streeter was hung for his crimes on Feb. 26 1864.
    • Members of the Medina High School Football Team in 1947

    • Medina High School; Sports; Football; Football players; Students
    • Medina (Southwestern Conference) Line. Back row (L to R): Jay Alexander (LG), Dave Westland (LT), and Jerry Neracher (LE). Front row (L to R): Bob McDonald (RE), Gene Hanshue (RT), Bill Adams, (RG), and Adrian Rooy (Center).
    • W.W. Cole's Great New-York and New Orleans Shows

    • Giants ; Circuses & shows ; Circus posters ; Circus performers
    • Poster Reads: Twenty Thousand Dollars there has been secured for the season of 1879 for W.W. Cole's Great New-York adn New orleans Show. The Two Greatest Curiosities in Existence. The Tallest man and Woman on teh Face of the Earth. Each of whom are...
    • "View of R.O. Bowman's Big Sale, Oct 16, 1913"

    • Auctioneers ; Auctions ; Audiences ; Farmers ; Agriculture ; Agricultural facilities
    • "View of R.O. Bowman's Big Sale, Oct 16, 1913," depicts the view of the Bowman auction selling agricultural machinery, equipment, and livestock.
    • Day at the Races

    • Medina County Fairgrounds (Ohio); Horses; Racetracks; Crowds
    • View through the bleachers at the Horse Races of the Medina County Fairgrounds.
    • J. Holben Horseshoeing and Jobbing

    • Horses; Agriculture; Blacksmithing; Blacksmiths; Carts & wagons
    • J. Holben Horseshoeing and Jobbing specialized in blacksmithing, horseshoeing, and selling wholesale goods.
    • Medina County Day, May 30, 1969

    • Greenwood, Fred; Fairs; Mayors; Beauty contestants
    • Mayor Fred Greenwood poses with Miss Ohio 1969 at Medina County Day on May 30th. Sign Reads: Sponsored by Medina Rotary Club Continuous Grandstand Entertainment: sky divers antique and classic car show, band music, children's activities, races,...
    • Gallery Blue

    • Commercial art galleries; Art dealers; Art auctions; Art
    • The Gallery Blue in Medina sold and collected pieces of art. Much of the building remains the same today although the house doesn't operate as an art dealer any longer. The house is on W. Liberty Street.
    • River Styx Railroad

    • Railroads; Railroad construction workers; Railroad bridges; Railroad rails
    • A view of Car 502 and workers on the River Styx Bridge in winter.
    • Hay Queen Miss Kunkle

    • Agriculture; Fairs; Square, The (Medina, Ohio); Beauty contestants
    • Miss Kunkle, voted by the Agricultural Classes of Medina, sitting at the feed opening of one of the new balers, 5-4-1954. She's holding a sign that says 'A Handful of Hay Brings a Prosperity Day.'
    • Worden's Medina Monumental Co.

    • Monument builders; Modeling (Sculpture); Business people
    • A view of the Worden's Medina Monumental Co. W. Washington St. in 1910. The bust in the window of the shop is of Heram Mace Worden, sculpted by Frank Worden.
    • Gibbs Motor Co.

    • Automobiles; Automobile service stations; Automobile repair
    • A view of the Gibbs Motor Company on the corner of South Court St. and Smith Rd. in Medina, Ohio.

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