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  • Subject: Urns
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    • Fireplace with urns at Glenallen (1915-1945)

    • Glenallen (Cleveland Heights, Ohio); Fireplaces; Ceilings; Urns;
    • A fireplace with woodcarving at Glenallen (also known as Glen Allen) is pictured. Glenallen, the home of Elisabeth Severance Allen Prentiss, was designed in the English manorial style by Charles Schweinfurth in 1914. It was located at 3505 Mayfield...
    • Roxboro Elementary School (Cleveland Heights, Ohio)

    • Bricks; Buildings; Chimneys; Houses; Lawns; Roxboro Elementary School (Cleveland Heights, Ohio); Schools; Shrubs; Sidewalks; Stairways; Stone carving; Trees; Urns; Windows
    • Page from The Architectural Forum, Plate 23, from August 1922 volume. Photograph described as, "General Exterior View, Roxboro Elementary School, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, Franz C. Warner, Architect." Also included are floor plans of all three...
    • Alcazar Hotel (Cleveland Heights, Ohio)

    • Alcazar Hotel (Cleveland Heights, Ohio); Automobiles; Awnings; Balconies; Children; Driveways; Gardens; Hotels; Lighting; People; Sidewalks; Streets; Trees; Urns
    • Black-and-white photograph of The Alcazar Hotel, 2450 Derbyshire Road. The Alcazar Hotel was constructed in 1923, designed by H.T. Jeffery and Son, architects. The building is also a Cleveland Heights Landmark and listed on the National...
    • Korean pavilion and urn in the Japanese Garden at Glenallen (1915-1945)

    • Glenallen (Cleveland Heights, Ohio); Gardens; Landscape pavilions; Urns; Lilies; Trees;
    • The pavilion shipped directly from Korea is pictured surrounded by the Japanese Garden on the grounds of Glenallen. Glenallen, the home of Elisabeth Severance Allen Prentiss, included over forty-five acres of land and was located at 3505 Mayfield...
    • The Palace Theatre's Blue Sevres Vase

    • Vases; Urns; Palace Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; Art objects
    • The Blue Sevres Vase was returned to its original location after the Palace's restoration. Edward Albee had purchased the vase from Cleveland Antique dealer C. A. Selzer, who for many years had a standing offer to purchase it back.

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