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    • Aerial view of E. 28th St. and Central Ave.

    • Aerial views; Aerial photographs; East 28th St. (Cleveland, Ohio); Central Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • Aerial view of E. 28th St. and Central Ave. facing south. Central Ave. is running from left to right; E. 28th intersects it in the center of the photo. "Proposed site for first public housing in Cleveland since 1942." --photo verso.
    • Aerial photo showing site of proposed public housing project

    • Aerial views; Scovill Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Central Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); East 30th Street (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "First low-rent public housing in Cleveland since 1942 is proposed for this 17½-acre tract bounded by Scovill and Central Aves., E. 30th St. and Marion School. Construction will start on the 3.6 vacant acres east of Marion School, south of...
    • Teacher's manual for use with elementary garden graphs, by Paul R. Young, 1942

    • Agricultural education; Cleveland Public Schools Horticulture Program; Vegetables; Lesson plans; Horticulture; School gardens; Teaching; Education; Teaching--Aids and devices
    • "Teacher's manual for use with elementary garden-graphs, for boys and girls; Suggestions for the organization of an elementary gardening project for boys and girls, using the Elementary Garden-Graph by Paul R. Young, Cleveland Public Schools...
    • Ernest Bohn with pilot, 1929

    • Aircraft; Airports; Pilots; Bohn, Ernest J.; Public housing; Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority
    • Ernest J. Bohn, Ohio's state representative in 1929, standing with an unnamed pilot. Bohn would later become chairman of the Cleveland City Planning Commission from 1942 to 1966 and also the director of Cleveland Metropolitan Housing Authority from...
    • Cleveland Public Auditorium

    • American Society for Metals; Metal Show; Metallurgy;
    • Caption: "Cleveland, Ohio Public Auditorium In this huge Auditorium, containing over 250,000 square feet of floor space, with scores of smaller halls, conference rooms, and other areas suited to convention operations, the 31st National Metal...
    • ASM International Historical Landmarks 1972-2012

    • ASM Historical Landmarks; ASM International; ASM World Headquarters; Geodesic domes; Metallurgy; Metalworking; Eisenman, William Hunt; Fuller, R. Buckminster (Richard Buckminster), 1895-1983; Kelly, John Terence
    • Fold-out pamphlet created by ASM International identifying all the sites and events ASM has awarded their prestigious Historical Landmark Award from 1972-2012. 103 historical landmark awards have been named at sites including The Statue of Liberty,...
    • Klein Auto Body Co.

    • Automobiles; Automobile industry; Brewing industry; Carts & wagons; Beer; Standard Brewing Co.
    • Left to right: Joseph Eppich (woodworker), Fred Ussler (painter), Jacob Karalich (black smith) with first wagon built in thirty years at Klein Auto Body Co. Wagon reads Drenik Dist. Inc., Erin Brew.
    • 1942 Avon Lake Shoremen football team

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Football; Football Players; Footballs; Sports;
    • 1942 Avon Lake Shoremen Football Team. "Edward F. DeChant, son of Edward W. DeChant, sixth from left, standing" (per photograph description)
    • William Percival Campbell, Avon Lake, Ohio

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Men; Laundry; Carts & wagons; Horses
    • William Percival Campbell (about 1877-28 MAY 1942) standing next to the Garlock Frazee Laundry Co. wagon. Campbell was the husband of Carrie Evans (25 AUG 1884-09 MAR 1972).
    • Mark's Place, 1942

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Taverns (Inns); Bars;
    • Mark and Vivian Horwedel at Mark's Place, now known as Close Quarters, 31953 Lake Road.
    • Carrie B. (Evans) Campbell

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Women
    • Carrie B. (Evans) Campbell (25 AUG 1884-09 MAR 1972), daughter of Sarah (Reiley) (Evans) Mills. Carrie married William Percival Campbell (about 1877-28 MAY 1942), and they had one child, Donald Woodrow Campbell (04 DEC 1916-11 JUN 2001).
    • Carrie B. (Evans) Campbell

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Women
    • Carrie B. (Evans) Campbell (25 AUG 1884-09 MAR 1972), daughter of Sarah (Reiley) (Evans) Mills. Carrie married William Percival Campbell (about 1877-28 MAY 1942), and they had one child, Donald Woodrow Campbell (04 DEC 1916-11 JUN 2001).

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