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    • 13826 Lake Avenue - Kundtz's Castle

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Kundtz's Castle; Lake Ave.
    • The three story main house on the Kundtz Estate was built between 1898 and 1903. The fifteen room house included a five story tower, a vast ballroom, a bowling alley, and cedar closets each large enough to be an ordinary living room. It stood on...
    • 13826 Lake Avenue - Kundtz's Castle

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Lake Ave.; Kundtz's Castle
    • The three story main house on the Kundtz Estate was built between 1898 and 1903. The fifteen room house included a five story tower, a vast ballroom, a bowling alley, and cedar closets each large enough to be an ordinary living room. It stood on...
    • 17874 Lake Avenue

    • Lakewood (Ohio)
    • James Wigmore, who made his fortune in insurance and real estate, built this mansion at 17874 Lake Rd. Its featured eight pillars across the front exterior. The interior included a bowling alley, billiard room, a three car garage in the basement,...
    • 17874 Lake Road - James Wigmore House

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Lake Rd. (Lakewood, Ohio); Clifton Park
    • James Wigmore, who made his fortune in insurance and real estate, built this mansion at 17874 Lake Rd. Its featured eight pillars across the front exterior. The interior included a bowling alley, billiard room, a three car garage in the basement,...
    • 1812-1820 East 30th Street

    • Cleveland State University; East 30th St.
    • Two story masonry commercial building on the west side of East 30th St. between Payne and Chester Ave., location of Chester Thirtieth Bowling Lanes and Monarch Electric Service Co.
    • "Old Timers Club" award winner receiving watch

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Warner & Swasey Co.; Awards; Clocks & watches
    • "Memo for Fred H. Sterbenz, Subject: Warner & Swasey Annual Banquet, Hotel Carter Saturday evening, April '17. In addition to your address, watches in recognition of 25 years service were presented by the Company's Treasurer, I.C. Bolton. Those who...
    • Abbey Avenue and Gehring Avenue, NE

    • Cleveland Union Terminal; West approach; Abbey Ave.; Gehring Ave.
    • Northeast corner of Abbey Ave. and Gehring Ave.; window signs on the building on Gehring read "Bowling Alley", "Az Arany Sashol" (The Golden Eagle?); and Abbey Tire Company, 2021 Gehring. (Bowling alley was listed under Stephen Urban in the 1916...
    • Bowl - Arena

    • Bowling alleys; Bowling
    • "Bowl - Arena. 52 lanes. 16725 Brookpark Rd., Cleveland, Ohio. Ohio's largest and most modern bowling lanes, featuring AMF latest automatic equipment. Operated by Cleveland's largest individual operator, Sam Riccardi. Phone Clearwater 2-3890. Color...
    • Bowling Balls From Hell Album

    • Bowling Balls From Hell; Clone Records; The Waitresses; Defrange, Denis; Carney, Ralph; Thomas, Davis; Haff Notz; Hurricane Bob; Music; Musicians; Nicholis, Nick; Bushflow Studios; Album Covers; Frazier, Mark
    • Bowling Balls From Hell was a 1980 compilation album of Akron music produced my Nick Nicholis. Many Akron musicians performed on the album in the different groups listed, as well as backing solo acts.
    • Bulkley Building during Construction, 1919

    • Bulkley Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; Construction; Construction industry; Gill, John & Sons Co.
    • The site of the Bulkley Building during the early days of construction, on August 28, 1919. The project Architect was Howard Crane and the construction was handled by John Gill and Sons. The building in the photo was, at the time, C.A. Selzer's...
    • Bulkley Building during construction, 1919

    • Bulkley Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; Construction; Construction industry; Gill, John & Sons Co.
    • The site of the Bulkley Building during the early days of construction, on November 6, 1919. The project Architect was Howard Crane and the construction was handled by John Gill and Sons. The building in the photo was, at the time, C.A. Selzer's...

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