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    • 10320-28 Miles Avenue

    • Miles Ave.; T.W. Grogan Company
    • Two-story brick, frame, and stucco building with three stores and five apartments built in 1920. Location of Pell's Delicatessen, 10320 Miles; and the Miles Ave. Tavern, 10328 Miles.
    • 15933-39 Euclid Avenue

    • Euclid Avenue (East Cleveland, Ohio); T.W. Grogan Company
    • Two-story brick and frame building with three stores and eight apartments built in 1920 located seven miles east of Cleveland Public Square. Location of Goldstein Tailor Shop, 15933 Euclid; Euclid-Noble Beauty Salon, 15935 Euclid; Frazee Community...
    • 2602-06 Payne Avenue

    • Payne Ave. (East Cleveland, Ohio); T.W. Grogan Company
    • Two-story brick and frame building with two stores and three apartments built in 1920. Location of the State Highway Patrol Examining Bureau, 2602 Payne; and the K & M food Store, 2606 Payne.
    • 808-14 East 125th Street

    • East 125th Street (Cleveland, Ohio); T.W. Grogan Company
    • Two-story brick and frame building with three stores and eight apartments built in 1920. Location of Hirsch Delicatessen, 808 E. 125th; Rice Dentistry, 810 E. 125th; Elk Meats, 812 E. 125th; and Mabel Jones Beauty Shop, 814 E. 125th.
    • Belle Sherwin holds the silver loving cup

    • Women's City Club; Suffrage; Suffragists; Women's suffrage; League Of Women Voters (Lwv) Of Cleveland
    • [Image credit: Courtesy of the League of Women Voters of the United States. Original source: http://www.lwv.org/AM/Template.cfm?Section=Home&template=/CM/HTMLDisplay.cfm&ContentID=1539] "Miss Belle Sherwin, President of the National League of Women...
    • Workers preparing to reopen saloon, 1934

    • League Park (Cleveland, Ohio); Stadiums; Bars
    • "1558 E. 66th. St. -- getting old saloon in shape to reopen, left to right; Joe Tekavec, 1256 Norwood Rd., Geo Jardine, 9411 Edmunds Ave., Rudolph Polzer, 16196 Huntmere Ave."--photo verso.
      League Park located at E. 66th. and Lexington Ave in...
    • League Park

    • League Park; Baseball fields; Sports & recreation facilities; Stadiums
    • "1891-1946 Cleveland Indians" -- card front
      "League Park (Cleveland, Ohio) Located at the northeast corner of E. 66th St. and Lexington Avenue, it was home to Cleveland's major league baseball teams from 1891 thru 1946, including the 1920...
    • First of the Heilman Resturants, 1963

    • Restaurants; Lake Erie
    • "At the junctions of U.S. Rts. 2 & 6 with 37. The first of the Heilman Restaurants (started in 1920) and a landmark to discriminating hungry people all over the Great Lakes Area. Famous for the back-to-the-farm Fried Chicken Dinner, Delectable...
    • White Motor Co.'s role in World War I

    • Automotive Industry; Armored vehicle industry; World War I; White Motor Company
    • "British soliders with World War I motor lorries supplied Allies by White Motor Co." -- photo verso. "GROWTH OF THE WHITE MOTOR COMPANY IN CLEVELAND ... During World War I ... White supplied the allies with thousands of trucks; and by 1920 was the...
    • Grounds crew preparing field, League Park

    • League Park (Cleveland, Ohio); Stadiums
    • "Chas Andorn, Morris O'Malley, Leonard Warda."--photo verso.
      League Park is located at E. 66th. and Lexington Ave in Cleveland. Built in the late 1800s, the ballpark was the site of numerous historic sports moments, including Cleveland Indians...
    • Hotel Euclid, Ca. 1912

    • Hotels; Euclid Ave.; Euclid Hotel; East 14th St.; Playhouse Square Center
    • "Cleveland Sixth City"--written on the front of the card. During thise period in Cleveland's History, Ca. 1912, many postcards and advertisements proclaimed her the Sixth City. By 1920 Cleveland reached it's peak as the Fifth City.
    • Bleacher crowd, League Park

    • League Park (Cleveland, Ohio); Stadiums; Spectators; Baseball; Cleveland Indians
    • "Crowd (baseball). Left field bleacher crowd."--photo verso.
      League Park is located at E. 66th. and Lexington Ave in Cleveland. Built in the late 1800s, the ballpark was the site of numerous historic sports moments, including Cleveland Indians...

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