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    • West Fourth Street, Looking North

    • Landscape architecture drawings
    • This drawing, made sometime between 1878 and 1908, probably looks south over West Fourth Street. In the distance are the Courthouse, the First Congregational, St. Peter's Catholic and First English Lutheran Churches. A stage coach heads west on...
    • Main entrance to Mansfield's Union Station

    • Railroad stations
    • View looks across a snowy parking lot toward the main entrance of the "L" shaped Union railroad station in Mansfield. This photo was probably taken shortly after the Erie and Pennsylvania Railroads updated the 1869 station.
    • Cigar bundling

    • Cigars; cigar industry; factories; women
    • Interior view of a Mansfield cigar factory. Photo shows a long room with long tables in rows. Five or six young women sit at each table bundling cigars
    • Rear wall, gate at Kingwood mansion

    • Walls; gates; trees; dwellings
    • Photo of the large, curved brick gates/wall that shelter the back entrance to Kingwood. This photo, taken in 1927, shows the familiar Mansfield landmark when it was new.
    • Westinghouse Tool and Die

    • Westinghouse Electric Corp; men; tool and die
    • Nine men in three rows pose outside a door marked with the "W" of Westinghouse Electric. A note with the photo identifies the men as the "tool and die" department at Westinghouse. Seven of the men wear oily aprons. The two standing in back wear...
    • F.S. Crowner Livery

    • Horses; people; dogs; stables; carriages and coaches
    • Three men, two horses and a dog stand outside the F.S. Crowner Livery in Butler, Ohio. Several buggies are backed up to the outside wall of the stable waiting to be hitched to a horse. The men's heavy coats and hats and the skiff of snow on the...
    • West 117th Street explosion, 1953

    • Lakewood (Ohio); West 117th St.; Highland Ave.; West 117th Street explosions, 1953;
    • On September 10, 1953 a series of explosions believed to have been caused by sewer gases ripped up a one mile stretch of West 117th St. from Lake Ave. south to Berea Rd. The explosions left one woman dead and more than 60 injured and destroyed...

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