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    • Contented boy, Bruce Higham

    • Berea Children's Home; Guidestone; Berea (Ohio); Children; Orphans; Orphanages; Higham, Bruce
    • Bruce Higham was a resident of the Berea Children's Home from spring 1937 until spring 1944. "The house mother was Miss Jane. We had several assistants come and go over this period. I was there the longest. When I arrived, everyone already there...
    • Bruce Higham under the Christmas tree

    • Berea Children's Home; Guidestone; Berea (Ohio); Children; Orphans; Orphanages; Higham, Bruce; Christmas trees
    • Bruce Higham was a resident of the Berea Children's Home from spring 1937 until spring 1944. "The house mother was Miss Jane. We had several assistants come and go over this period. I was there the longest. When I arrived, everyone already there...
    • Bruce Higham with fellow residents at the Berea Children's Home

    • Berea Children's Home; Guidestone; Berea (Ohio); Children; Orphans; Orphanages; Higham, Bruce
    • Bruce Higham was a resident of the Berea Children's Home from spring 1937 until spring 1944. "The house mother was Miss Jane. We had several assistants come and go over this period. I was there the longest. When I arrived, everyone already there...
    • Closeup photograph of Bruce Higham

    • Berea Children's Home; Guidestone; Berea (Ohio); Children; Orphans; Orphanages; Higham, Bruce
    • Bruce Higham was a resident of the Berea Children's Home from spring 1937 until spring 1944. "The house mother was Miss Jane. We had several assistants come and go over this period. I was there the longest. When I arrived, everyone already there...
    • 14018 Detroit Avenue - Lakewood Tennis Club

    • Lakewood Tennis Club; Detroit Ave. (Lakewood, Ohio); Lakewood Elks' Club; Lakewood (Ohio)
    • Lakewood Tennis Club, 14018 Detroit Ave., was built in 1915. The National Clay Courts Tennis Tournament was held there on July 3, 1916 with almost 2,000 people in attendance. It is now the Lakewood Elks' Club.
    • 1468 West 9th Street - Western Reserve Building

    • Cleveland; Western Reserve Building; West 9th Street
    • The Western Reserve Builidng, 1468 W. 9th St., is one of 3 tall office buildings designed by the firm of Chicago architect Daniel H. Burnham built in Cleveland between 1889-93. Orginally built for Samuel Mather, it was rehabilitated by the Higbee...
    • 1468 West 9th Street - Western Reserve Building

    • Cleveland; Western Reserve Building; West 9th Street; Downtown Cleveland
    • The Western Reserve Builidng, 1468 W. 9th St., is one of 3 tall office buildings designed by the firm of Chicago architect Daniel H. Burnham built in Cleveland between 1889-93. Originally built for Samuel Mather, it was rehabilitated by the Higbee...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • 1900-2000 Superior Avenue

    • Cleveland State University; Payne Ave. (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • Rear view from Payne Ave. of the Tower Press Building, a 2 and 3 story brick commercial building on the south side of Superior Ave. between East 19th and East 21st St.
    • 1910 Fire in Seville, Ohio

    • Fire; Fire fighting; Business districts; Buildings
    • Seville residents gather as volunteer fire fighters work to squelch the blaze at the Walker Building in Seville. The building caught fire after an explosion shortly after 1 p.m. on Saturday, 3 December 1910.

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