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    • 65081707-Robert Manry kissing Virginia Manry

    • Manry, Robert N.; Manry, Virginia; Manry, Robin; Tinkerbelle; Falmouth, England; Sailing; Sailboats; Small boats; Atlantic Ocean
    • UPI CABLEPHOTO--NEW YORK BUREAU--"FALMOUTH, ENGLAND: Robert Manry, happy to be on dry land and reunited with his family, kisses his wife August 17th after he completed his 3,200-mile solo crossing of the Atlantic Ocean with a landing at Falmouth. ...
    • 65081802-Robert Manry in Falmouth, England

    • Manry, Robert N.; Falmouth, England; Tinkerbelle; Sailing; Sailboats; Small boats
    • UPI CABLEPHOTO--NEW YORK BUREAU--"A BOYS' HERO--FALMOUTH, ENGLAND: Robert Manry, who completed a solo voyage across the Atlantic August 17th, is closely followed by a group of Falmouth boys August 18th as he takes a walk through this port town. ...
    • Towne House Restaurant

    • Restaurants
    • Towne House Restaurant 735 Rocky River Drive 1/2 mile North of Cleveland Hopkins Airport. Serving moderate priced meals and sandwiches specializing in barbecue ribs or chicken, chose of Boston Strip Steaks, ham or shrimp. Home of the "Big Frenchy"...
    • 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...
    • 17890 Beach Road - Mabel Hanna Parson residence

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Beach Rd.; Clifton Park
    • The Mabel Hanna Parson residence, 17890 Beach Rd., was a 2 1/2 story residence built in 1912-1913. It sat on 3.5 acres at Clifton Blvd. and Lake Rd., just west of the Clifton Club and had 36 rooms, 15 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 9 fireplaces, a walk-in...
    • High Level Bridge, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Detroit-Superior Bridge (Cleveland); Bridges; Veterans Memorial Bridge (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • The largest double deck reinforced concrete bridge in the world connects Superior Avenue and Detroit Avenue. Its center span 95feet above the lake level, is of nickel steel. Length of the bridge, 2,880 ft.; width, 8 1/2 ft. and cost 5,407,000. The...
    • High Level Bridge and Terminal Tower, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Detroit-Superior Bridge (Cleveland); Terminal Tower (Cleveland, Ohio); Bridges; Veterans Memorial Bridge (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • The High Level Bridge is the largest reinforced concrete bridge in the world. The center span, made of nickel steel, is 591 ft. long. The bridge is 2,880 ft. long, 8 1/2 ft. wide, and was built at a total cost of $5,407,000
    • 10200-10202 Euclid Avenue, 1946

    • Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); East 102nd St.
    • Southwest corner of E. 102nd St. and Euclid showing the Fannie Farmer candy company, 10200 Euclid; Sidney Schwartz's millinery shop, 10200 1/2 Euclid; and the Clear Silk Hosiery Co., 10202 Euclid.
      "Waiting for Rayon Stockings at 80¢ a pr. at...
    • grove45

    • Grove, Roy; Cartoons; Cartoonists
    • Roy Grove cartoon of two men, one holding a newspaper and the other holding an umbrella and looking over his shoulder at the newspaper. The caption within the drawing reads: "WHO'S THROWIN' TODAY'S GAME?" Signature RG Handwritten at the bottom...
    • 17890 Beach Road

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Beach Rd.; Clifton Park
    • Residence of Harry A. PArson, a 2 1/2 story home built in 1912-1913. It sat on 3.5 acres at Clifton Blvd. and Lake Rd., just west of the Clifton Club and had 36 rooms, 15 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 9 fireplaces, a walk-in refrigerator, central...
    • W.W. Cole's Great New-York and New Orleans Shows

    • Giants ; Circuses & shows ; Circus posters ; Circus performers
    • Poster Reads: Twenty Thousand Dollars there has been secured for the season of 1879 for W.W. Cole's Great New-York adn New orleans Show. The Two Greatest Curiosities in Existence. The Tallest man and Woman on teh Face of the Earth. Each of whom are...

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