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    • Remembering Ruetenik Gardens

    • Ruetenik Gardens; Agriculture; People associated with agriculture; Truck farming; Farming; Vegetables; Food industry; Croplands
    • "The following brief account, gathered from both formal and informal sources, will give a little history, background, and information about what was once one of the most successful businesses in the area, Ruetenik Gardens." "For nearly half a...
    • Main Avenue Bridge

    • Main Avenue Bridge
    • "New Main Avenue Bridge. The new Main Avenue bridge is a six-lane steel and concrete structure providing one of the fine modern entrances to industrial Cleveland. Leading in from the western end of the city, the Main Avenue bridge spans the...
    • State Chemical newspaper insert, Cleveland Plain Dealer, 1966

    • State Chemical Manufacturing Company; Chemical industry; Cleveland Plain Dealer; Advertisements
    • A newspaper insert accompanying the Cleveland Plain Dealer on Sunday, July 3, 1966. It advertises State Chemical's products and services and provides information about the company's history and practices. The company is now known as State...
    • New Main Avenue Bridge, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Main Avenue Bridge; Cuyahoga River; Bridges; Rivers; Main Avenue Viaduct (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • The new Main Avenue Bridge is a six lane steel and concrete structure providing one of the fine modern entrances to industrial Cleveland. Leading in from the Western end of the city, the Main Avenue bridge spans the Cuyahoga River and Valley, and...
    • Main Concourse, Union Station, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Terminal Tower (Cleveland, Ohio); Harvey Restaurant; Cleveland Union Terminal
    • Drawing of the Main Concourse of the Union Station in Cleveland, Ohio. "The Main Concourse is 238 feet long, 120 feet wide and 42-1-2 feet high. Walls are of Botticino marble with high fluted columns. Floors are of Tennessee marble. The ceiling is...
    • Renaissance Cleveland Hotel [pdf]

    • Renaissance Cleveland Hotel; Stouffer's Inn; Stouffer's Renaissance Cleveland Hotel; Van Sweringen, Mantis James; Van Sweringen, Oris Paxton; Public Square; Downtown Cleveland (Ohio); Superior Ave.; Hotels
    • "Renaissance Cleveland Hotel; Cleveland's landmark social and business address." History of the Renaissance Cleveland Hotel. Includes photographic images, many from the Cleveland Memory Project.
    • The Day Jack Pittman Died Script

    • Montage (Television program); Vietnam War; Casualties; Beallsville, OH; Pittman, Jack
    • This is the original script for the Montage episode titled, "The Day Jack Pittman Died." The episode explores the feelings of the residents of Beallsville, OH in the wake of five deaths of Vietnam War soldiers from the area.
    • Main Avenue Bridge and Lakeview Terrace, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Aerial views; Main Avenue Bridge; Lakeview Terrace; Detroit-Superior Bridge (Cleveland); High Level Bridge; Main Avenue Viaduct (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • The Main Avenue Bridge was recently completed at an approximate cost of 7,500,000. The total length of the bridge, including approaches, is 1 1/2 miles; width is 72 feet with provisions for six lanes of traffic. Lakeview Terrace, the Government...
    • Main entrance to the Great Lakes Exposition, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Great Lakes Exposition; Exhibitions; Exhibition buildings; Exhibition facilities; Mall, The (Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland Public Auditorium
    • "Main entrance to the Great Lakes Exposition at Cleveland is situated just two blocks from the city's Public Square. The seven central pylons are seventy feet high. To the extreme right is Cleveland's Public Auditorium" -- card verso.
    • New Main Avenue Bridge and High Level Bridge, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Detroit-Superior Bridge (Cleveland); Main Avenue Bridge; B & O Railroad Bridge; Cuyahoga River; Flats; Bridges; Rivers; Main Avenue Viaduct (Cleveland, Ohio); Veterans Memorial Bridge (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • Two magnificent bridges span the Cuyahoga River and an important industrial section of Cleveland. The Main Avenue Bridge, completed in October, 1939 includes the most-up-to-date features of traffic separation and lighting.
    • Main Avenue Bridge and the Main Street Swing Bridge, 1945

    • Bridges; Main Ave. Bridge; Main Avenue Viaduct (Cleveland, Ohio); Main Street Swing Bridge over the Cuyahoga River (Cleveland, Ohio); Swing bridges; Cuyahoga River; Bridges, Steel; Truss bridges; Cleveland Memorial Shoreway; State Route 2 (Ohio)
    • Two vehicles riding across the Main Street Swing Bridge in 1945. The operator booth is to the side. The Main Avenue Bridge is visible to the left.
    • New Main Avenue Bridge, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Main Avenue Bridge; Cuyahoga River; Bridges; Rivers; Main Avenue Viaduct (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • The newest bridge constructed to facilitate movement of traffic in Cleveland. It connects the new Shore Drive with Bulkley Boulevard making possible an uninterrupted flow of east and west bound traffic. The bridge Crosses the Cuyahoga River at a...

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