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    • ASM Europe: A Society for Materials

    • American Society for Metals; ASM International; Metals Handbook; Metal progress
    • A booklet promoting ASM International's (formerly the American Society for Metals) European membership program. The publication details the Society's publications, educational programs, and computer software. A blank membership form is included...
    • ASM International's World Headquarters, Materials Park

    • American Society for Metals; ASM World Headquarters; Fuller, R. Buckminster (Richard Buckminster), 1895-1983; Geodesic domes; Kelly, John Terence; Materials Park; Metals Park; Space Lattice; Mineral Garden
    • Aerial view of the majestic geodesic dome known as the Space Lattice at the American Society for Metals' (ASM) headquarters, Materials Park (formerly Metals Park). The distinctive dome is based on a concept by R. Buckminster Fuller which Cleveland...
    • Dot Art - Materials Park

    • American Society for Metals; ASM World Headquarters; Fuller, R. Buckminster (Richard Buckminster), 1895-1983; Geodesic domes; Kelly, John Terence; Materials Park; Metals Park; Space Lattice; Mineral Garden; Eisenman, William Hunt
    • Emerging from clusters of black and white dots of various densities, Materials Park, the World Headquarters of the American Society for Metals (ASM), takes shape. Situated on 45 acres of property in Russel Township, Ohio, Materials Park (formerly...
    • ASM Headquarters, Mineral Garden and Fountain

    • American Society for Metals; ASM World Headquarters; Fuller, R. Buckminster (Richard Buckminster), 1895-1983; Geodesic domes; Kelly, John Terence; Materials Park; Metals Park; Space Lattice; Mineral Garden; Eisenman, William Hunt
    • View of ASM International (formerly American Society for Metals) World Headquarters building, mineral garden, and fountain at Materials Park (formerly Metals Park) in Russel Township, Ohio. Located in the shadow of the geodesic dome, the William...
    • Heights Beverage Co. (Cleveland Heights, Ohio)

    • Architecture; Automobiles; Carriages & coaches; Sidewalks; signs; Street railroad tracks; Street railroads; streetcars; Streets; Women
    • Black-and-white photograph of Heights Beverage Co. at 3962 Mayfield Road at Oakwood Drive (formerly located between Warrensville Center Road and S. Noble Road). Signs include those for: Heights Beverage Co., Talawanda, Saegertown "The Original"...
    • Crile House ballroom (Cleveland, Ohio)

    • Architecture; Ballrooms; Lighting; Mirrors; Pianos; Tables;
    • Black-and-white photograph taken for use by the Heights Community Congress. This is a photo of the George Crile House ballroom, formerly the Patrick Calhoun house located at 12601 Cedar Road. This photo was used on page 7 of the Heights Community...
    • St. Maron

    • Architecture, Romanesque; Catholic churches; Catholics, Roman; Italians; Arab Americans; Cleveland; Carnegie Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Ginther, William; Saint Anthony's Church; Saint Maron
    • St. Maron Syrian Catholic Church, 1245 Carnegie Avenue. 1904. Architect: William P. Ginther. Formerly St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church.
    • St. Maron

    • Architecture, sacred; Architecture, Romanesque; Catholic churches; Catholics, Roman; Italians; Arab Americans; Cleveland; Carnegie Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Ginther, William; Saint Anthony's Church; Saint Maron
    • St. Maron Syrian Catholic Church, 1245 Carnegie Avenue. 1904. Architect: William P. Ginther. Formerly St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church.
    • Friendship Baptist Church (Temple Tifereth Israel)

    • Architecture, sacred; Architecture, Romanesque; Synagogues; Baptist churches; Baptists; African Americans; Central Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Temple-Tifereth Israel; Temples; Lehman And Schmitt; Jews - Ohio - Cleveland; Reformed Judaism; Friendship...
    • Friendship Baptist Ch. 5600 Central. 1894. Architects: Lehman & Schmidt. Formerly Temple Tifereth Israel.
    • Fellowship Baptist Church of Christ

    • Architecture, sacred; Baptists; Baptist churches; Churches; Cleveland; Lutheran churches; Lutherans; East 55th St.; Bohnard & Parsson; Fellowship Baptist Church; Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church; African Americans; Gothic revival (architecture);...
    • Fellowship Baptist 1754 East 55th. 1907. Architects: Bohnard and Parsson. Formerly Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church.
    • Allen Memorial Missionary Baptist Church

    • Architecture, sacred; Churches; African Americans; Baptist churches; Gothic revival (architecture); Baptists; Methodist churches; Methodists; Pentecostal churches; Pentecostals; Miles Park Ave.; Miles Park; Allen Memorial Chapel; African Americans
    • Allen Memorial Chapel 9105 Miles Park Avenue. 1872. Formerly Miles Park United Methodist Church. Currently Pentecostal Determine Church of God.
    • St. James AME

    • Architecture, sacred; Churches; African Americans; Methodist Episcopal churches; Cedar Ave.; Congregational churches; Congregationalists; Knox & Elliot; Saint James African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church; Trinity Congregational Church
    • St. James AME 8401 Cedar. 1894. Architects: Knox & Elliot. Formerly Trinity Congregational Church.
    • Greater Friendship Baptist Church

    • Architecture, sacred; Churches; Baptist Churches; Baptists; Evangelical; Reformed churches; African American neighborhoods; African Americans; Germans; Gothic revival (architecture); Corbusier, Lenski & Foster; Glenville (Cleveland, Ohio); Greater...
    • Greater Friendship Baptist Church 12305 Arlington. Formerly First Evangelical and Reformed Church. 1926. Architects: Corbusier, Lenski, and Foster
    • Shiloh Baptist Church

    • Architecture, sacred; Churches; Baptist churches; Baptists; Judaism; Jews - Ohio - Cleveland; Conservative Judaism; Hungarians; Germans; East 55th St.; Byzantine revival (architecture); Synagogues; Shiloh Baptist Church; B'nai Jeshurun; Cone, Harry
    • Shiloh Baptist Ch. 5500 Scovill. 1906. Architect:Harry Cone. Formerly Temple B'Nai Jeshurun.

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