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    • The A.C. Lautz (Lantz) Dry Goods Co., Mansfield, Ohio

    • Storefronts; Streets
    • Photo of the A.C. Lantz Dry Goods store at 11-17 East Fourth Street. The photo is mislabeled as the "A.C. Lautz Dry Goods..." Lantz building was on the north side of East Fourth between North Main and North Diamond Streets. This photo shows the...
    • Westlake football team 1948

    • Football players; Westlake (Ohio)
    • Westlake: Left to Right: Front Row: C. Shiley, R. Cooley, D. Collins, C. Welker, E. Klink, G. Burneson, J. Michelich, T. Bender, D. Herb, R. Beckman, L. Miller; Second Row: Clarence Goetz, Sandy Jones, Ken Thorpe, Eric Moeller, Bob Gavalek,...
    • Pool for Westlake

    • Hurd, Thomas C.; Reid, William; Brown, Don; Miller, Bernard; Swimming pools; Westlake (Ohio)
    • The city's first municipal facility was scheduled to open in 1967 in Clague Park through the efforts of Westlake Swimming Pool, Inc., a group of citizens promoting the pool. The three largest single contributors in the drive for funds, Thomas C....
    • A Snowy Walk on Main Street

    • Streets; Snow
    • Aftermath of the November 1913 blizzard. Photo looks north west from 96 North Main. Visible are four men conversing in front of Hunt's News, a Western Union sign and, across Main Street on the west side,, the Court European Hotel.
    • Inside the First Presbyterian Church (Mansfield, Ohio)

    • Churches; Interiors; Presbyterian churches
    • Interior view of First Presbyterian Church, located at West Third and North Mulberry. View looks from the front of the church, across rows of pews, toward the rounded back of the sanctuary with its large stained glass window and arched balcony.
    • North Park Street - Ford Flats - I.O.O.F. Hall

    • Streets; Apartments; Buildings
    • Photo taken in summer of 1957 looking east along a row of cars parked next to Central Park. In the background is the S.N. Ford Building, housing, at that time, Hotpoint appliances, Consolidated Insurance, Shrigley's Shoes and a number of...
    • Main Street, Mansfield, 1910

    • Streets; Storefronts
    • Photo looking south on North Main Street from Temple Court. The Masonic Lodge/Post Office are off to the left. Louis Sam's Laundry is to the right, on the west side of the street. Streetlight arches arc over the street and three streetcars pass...
    • Mansfield News Building

    • Buildings; Storefronts; Streets
    • Photo looking at the front and east side of the old Mansfield News building, West Fourth and North Walnut Street. This photo shows the building in its last year's of existence. The building, according to signs visible in the photo, is the home of...
    • Farmers Bank Building and the Leland Hotel

    • Streets; Banks; Hotels; Advertisements
    • Photo looking northwest across the intersection of South Walnut and Park Avenue West to the Farmers Bank Building (Chase). Along the left edge of the photo is the Mansfield Leland Hotel. The large sign with the world "HOTEL" spelled vertically...
    • Main Street at Christmas time, Mansfield O.

    • Streets; Storefronts; Christmas decorations
    • North Main Street looking north from the square during the Christmas holiday season. The streetlight arches and utility poles are decorated with pine boughs, wreaths and garland. Sidewalks on both sides of the street are crowded with shoppers. ...
    • Lucky Billiards

    • Billiard rooms; Billiards
    • Lucky Billiards was located at 186 North Main Street, on the eastside of Main between Fifth and Sixth Streets. The establishment was owne d by Peter Angelas, who also owned the Merry-Go-Round bar, a few doors further north.
    • Mansfield Municipal Building

    • City & town halls; Buildings
    • View of the Mansfield Municipal Building showing the West Second and Walnut Street sides of the building. Era automobiles park along the brick-surfaced South Walnut Street.
    • Deep Snow on East Fourth Street

    • Snow; Streets
    • Snow several feet thick covers East Fourth Street between North Main and North Diamond Street. This view looks from the sidewalk on the north side of the street southeast toward the Brunswick Hotel and Hursh Drugs. The Lantz Company sign is...
    • Home of the Engwiller Watch

    • Business districts
    • A crowd gathers in front of the Samuel Engwiller jewelry store at 98 North Main Street. Engwiller's was located on the east side of North Main Street between Fourth and Fifth Streets. An oversized pocket watch hangs from a hook above Engwiller's...
    • First Laundromat

    • Commercial facilities
    • Photo of a laundromat at 233 Park Avenue East that is claimed by some to be the first coin operated laundry in the world. Photo looks to the north across Park Avenue East toward the laundry. Beyond the laundromat, sits the Westinghouse factory.
    • Mansfield - Union Station

    • Railroad stations
    • The photo shows the front entrance to the building. An attempt to revive the station as an AMTRAK stop in the late 1970's failed and the building was demolished.
    • The Brunswick on a snowy day

    • Hotels
    • The Brunswick Hotel at the corner of North Diamond and East Fourth Street on a snowy day. The view looks southwest across East Fourth Street, showing the building's east and north sides. The word "HOTEL" has been painted vertically on the east...
    • Fairview Hotel and the S.N. Ford home

    • Hotels; Historic buildings
    • View of the eastside of North Diamond Street from East Third to the square. The Fairview Hotel sits on the corner, looking a bit past its prime. Neon signs advertising the hotel and the lounge - restaurant, hang from the front of the building....

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