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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...
    • 12802 Detroit Avenue

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Detroit Ave. (Lakewood, Ohio)
    • Francis Ellenberger, treasurer and general manager of the Smeed Box Company, bought the house before the turn of the century. It was razed to make room for the City Hall. Originally 2284 Detroit Ave.
    • 12906 Lake Avenue - Roseneath

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Lake Ave.
    • Winton Estate at 12906 Lake Ave. shortly before its demolition. In 1903 automotive pioneer, Alexander Winton, hired J. N. Richardson & Co. to design Roseneath. The estate included a twenty-five room mansion, three outbuildings, extensive gardens...
    • 12906 Lake Avenue - Rosneath

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Fires; Lake Ave.
    • Roseneath, the Alexander Winton Estate was located at 12906 Lake Ave.. Before the building could be razed by the Central Excavating Co. a fire originating apparently from an acetylene tank started in the basement of the Winton residence
    • 15620 Detroit Avenue

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Detroit Ave. (Lakewood, Ohio)
    • House on the northeast corner of Detroit and Summit Ave., home of the Gilbert Publishing Co. One of the last photographs of the house before it was razed to make way for a new building for Gilbert.
    • 18129 West Clifton Road

    • Lakewood (Ohio); West Clifton Rd.; Clifton Park
    • Residence designed by architect Philip Lindsay Small was built at 18125 Clifton Rd. in Lakewood's Clifton Park area in 1923. The house was moved in 1961 when the Clifton Blvd. extension took the Clifton Rd. property. Before that it had been...
    • 18240 Detroit Avenue - Brown & Sons Nursery

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Detroit Ave. (Lakewood, Ohio)
    • Brown & Sons Nursery, 18240 Detroit Ave., was located on the northwest corner of Detroit and Phelps Ave. Benjamin Martin built the house in the mid-1880's. It had 17 rooms and 7 acres of landscaped gardens. Before the nursery it was used as the...
    • 1931 Parade Magazine ad for Mentor Harbor Yacht Club

    • Advertisements; Yacht clubs; Mentor Harbor Yacht Club; Real estate development
    • A full-page advertisement on the back cover of Parade Magazine's June 4th, 1931 issue, about the Mentor Harbor Yacht Club. "Never before have Cleveland boating enthusiasts had the opportunity to take full advantage of the wonderful pleasures...
    • 1960 Browns defensive line

    • Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1946-1995); Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1960); McClung, Willie; Gain, Bob; Peters, Floyd; Stephens, Larry
    • Left to right are #78 Willie McClung, #79 Bob Gain, #72 Floyd Peters, #68 Larry Stephens. McClung was traded to the Detroit Lions just days later, just before the 1960 season began.

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