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  • Subject: Neoclassicism (architecture)
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    • Greek Revival architecture on Superior Avenue

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Superior Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Neoclassicism (architecture); Federal Reserve Bank Of Cleveland; Cleveland Public Library
    • "Streets - Superior, Greek Revival Architecture - fine examples in Cleveland, LER, Federal Building, 2 Public Library Buildings, Federal Reserve Bldg" - photo verso
    • True Holiness Temple

    • Churches; Cleveland; Architecture, sacred; Christian Science churches; True Holiness Temple; Striebinger, Frederick; Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Neoclassicism (architecture); Cleveland Play House (Organization : Cleveland, Ohio); Christian...
    • True Holiness Temple. 7710 Euclid Avenue. 1916. Architect: Frederick Striebinger. Formerly Second Church of Christ, Scientist and Cleveland Playhouse.
    • Third Church of Christ, Scientist

    • Cleveland; Churches; Architecture, sacred; Pearl Road (Cleveland, Ohio); Christian Science churches; Striebringer, Frederick; Classical revival (architecture); Christian Scientists; Neoclassicism (architecture); Brooklyn
    • Third Church of Christ, Scientist. 3648 Pearl Road. 1906. Architect: Frederick N. Striebinger. Currently Bethlehem Temple of Praise Church.
    • St. Aloysius

    • Architecture, sacred; Churches; Catholic churches; Catholics, Roman; Glenville (Cleveland, Ohio); African American neighborhoods; African Americans; St. Clair Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Jansen, William; Irish; Neoclassicism (architecture); Saint...
    • St. Aloysius R.C. Ch. 10932 St. Clair. 1922. Architect: William Jansen.
    • Cory United Methodist Church

    • Architecture, sacred; Churches; Synagogues; Methodist churches; Jews - Cleveland - Ohio; Judaism; Glenville; Cleveland; East 105th Street (Cleveland, Ohio); Cory United Methodist Church; Methodists; Community service; Neoclassicism (architecture);...
    • Cory United Meth. Ch. 1117 East 105th. 1921. Architect:Albert Janowitz. Formerly Anshe Emeth (Park Synagogue).
    • 5th Christian Science Church

    • Architecture, sacred; Christian Scientists; Christian Science churches; West 117th Street (Cleveland, Ohio); Lake Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Edgewater; Cleveland; Fifth Church of Christ Scientist; Neoclassicism (architecture)
    • 5th Christian Science Church 11623 Lake Rd. 1928. Architect:Frank W. Bail.
    • Wade Memorial Chapel

    • Chapels; Neoclassicism (architecture); Cemeteries; Lake View Cemetery (Cleveland, Ohio); Lake View Cemetery; Wade, Jeptha Homer I; Wade Memorial Chapel; Hubbell & Benes; Carabelli, Joseph; Architecture, sacred
    • Wade Memorial Chapel, Lake View Cemetery. 1900. Architects: Hubbell and Benes.
    • Lane Metropolitan

    • Architecture, sacred; Neoclassicism (architecture); Churches; African Americans; Methodist Episcopal churches; Christian Science churches; Christian Scientists; Hammond, George Francis; Lane Metropolitan CME
    • Lane Metropolitan (1st Ch. of Ch. Sc.) Cedar/East 46th. 2131 East 46th Street. 1900. Architect: George Hammond.
    • Lane Metropolitan

    • Architecture, sacred; Neoclassicism (architecture); Churches; African Americans; Methodist Episcopal churches; Christian Science churches; Christian Scientists; Hammond, George Francis; Lane Metropolitan CME;
    • Lane Metropolitan (1st Ch. of Ch. Sc.) Cedar/East 46th. 2131 East 46th Street. 1900. Architect: George Hammond.

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