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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...
    • 1136 East 169th Street

    • Houses; East 169th Street (Cleveland, Ohio); Fans; Sports spectators
    • "The home of Albert J. Biacofsky at 1136 East 169th Street in Cleveland, 'We always went to the Indians games about 25 a year, but now the Browns are the only thing to look forward to' said Biacofsky, an electrician at Conrail" -- photo verso.
    • 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...


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    • Goetz, Bernice; Explorers; Cleveland Public Library; Cleveland Museum Of Natural History; Public speaking
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    • 12902 Detroit Avenue

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Detroit Ave. (Lakewood, Ohio)
    • The residence, one of the earliest to use brick, was built about 1895 on the northwest corner of Detroit and Irene (Thoreau) Ave. for Henry Born, manager of the Born Steel Range Co. In 1923 Agnes Beauregard opened a furniture store here.
    • 1322 Edanola Avenue

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Edanola Ave.
    • Edanola is an residential street in northwest Lakewood. The name Edanola is a combination of the first names of Edward Gilbert and Viola Corrigan Gilbert, who built a home at 1427 Arthur Ave. about 1906 and were active in the community. Photograph...
    • 13518 Detroit Avenue

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Detroit Ave. (Lakewood, Ohio);
    • Residence on the north side of Detroit Avenue between Nicholson and Elbur Ave. The house was razed about 1948 for construction of St. Edward High School.
    • 13518 Detroit Avenue

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Detroit Ave. (Lakewood, Ohio);
    • Residence on the north side of Detroit Avenue between Nicholson and Elbur Ave. The house was razed about 1948 for construction of St. Edward High School.
    • 13518 Detroit Avenue

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Detroit Ave. (Lakewood, Ohio);
    • Residence on the north side of Detroit Avenue between Nicholson and Elbur Ave. The house was razed about 1948 for construction of St. Edward High School.
    • 13823 Edgewater Drive

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Edgewater Dr.
    • This house and the house at 18325 Edgewater Dr. were designed in the French Eclectic style by architect Clarence Mack for the family of Capt. Charles Hutchinson. Built about 1925, the houses have cross-hipped roofs and towers for the front...
    • 13825 Edgewater Drive

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Edgewater Dr.
    • This house and the house at 18323 Edgewater Dr. were designed in the French Eclectic style by architect Clarence Mack for the family of Capt. Charles Hutchinson. Built about 1925, the houses have cross-hipped roofs and towers for the front...

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