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    • Zion United Church of Christ Steeple

    • Architecture, sacred; Gothic revival (architecture); Cleveland; Tremont; United Church Of Christ; Churches; W. 14th Street (Cleveland, Ohio); Zion United Church of Christ; Germans
    • Zion United Ch. of Christ Steeple. Branch/West 14th. 2716 West 14th. St. 1884. Formerly United German Evangelical Protestant
    • Zion United Church of Christ

    • Architecture, sacred; Gothic revival (architecture); Cleveland; Tremont; United Church Of Christ; Churches; W. 14th Street (Cleveland, Ohio); Zion United Church of Christ; Germans; United Church of Christ
    • Zion United Ch. of Christ Branch/West 14th. 2716 West 14th. St. 1884. Formerly United German Evangelical Protestant
    • Zion United Church of Christ

    • Architecture, sacred; Gothic revival (architecture); Cleveland; Tremont; United Church Of Christ; Churches; W. 14th Street (Cleveland, Ohio); Zion United Church of Christ; Germans; United Church of Christ
    • Zion United Ch. of Christ Branch/West 14th. 2716 West 14th. St. 1884. Formerly United German Evangelical Protestant
    • Zion Hill Baptist Church Window

    • Churches; Cleveland; Architecture, sacred; Baptist churches; Baptists; Polish; Synagogues; Janowitz, Albert; Jews - Ohio - Cleveland; African Americans; Anshe Emeth; African Americans; Zion Hill Missionary Baptist Church;-
    • Zion Hill Baptist Church. 2541 East 37th Street. 1904. Architect: Albert Janowitz Formerly Anshe Emeth Temple.
    • Zion Hill Baptist Church

    • Churches; Architecture, sacred; Baptist churches; Baptists; Polish; Synagogues; Janowitz, Albert; Jews - Ohio - Cleveland; African Americans
    • Zion Hill Baptist Church. 2541 East 37th Street. 1904. Architect: Albert Janowitz Formerly Anshe Emeth Temple.
    • Workers at brew kettle inside the Cleveland Home Brewing Company

    • Cleveland Home Brewing Company; Brewing And Distilling Industry; Brewing industry; Brewery workers; Breweries; Brewers
    • Brewmaster and worker observe a brew kettle inside the Cleveland Home Brewing Company, established in 1907, and formerly located at the corner of East 61st and Outhwaite Avenue. Date stamped on back by Cleveland Press library staff reads March 21,...
    • WCRF

    • Radio stations; Brecksville (Ohio); WCRF (Radio station : Brecksville, Ohio)
    • "WCRF-FM (formerly KW transmitter)" - photo verso
    • University Circle United Methodist Church

    • Epworth-Euclid United Methodist Church; church buildings; Cleveland (Ohio); Wade Park; Wade Park (Cleveland, Ohio); University Circle (Cleveland, Ohio); University Circle United Methodist Church
    • University Circle United Methodist Church: formerly known as Epworth-Euclid Methodist Church, built in 1928.
    • Unity Baptist Church

    • Churches; Cleveland; Architecture, sacred; Baptist churches; Baptists; African Americans; African American neighborhoods; Kinsman Rd.; Unity Baptist Church; Byzantine Rite Catholics; Catholic churches; Ukrainians; St. Mary Ukrainian Catholic Church
    • Unity Baptist Church. 10480 Kinsman Road. 1955. Formerly St. Mary's Ukrainian Catholic Church.
    • Two Girl Scout Brownies in new uniforms

    • Girl Scouts; Uniforms
    • "Brownies Pass Along Uniforms to Others By Mary Ann Vaughn … Lakewood may be many miles from the Valley View Housing Development, but to Brownies in the Southwest Side neighborhood the suburb is just a uniform away. This feeling is apparent on the...
    • True Holiness Temple

    • Churches; Cleveland; Architecture, sacred; Christian Science churches; True Holiness Temple; Striebinger, Frederick; Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Neoclassicism (architecture); Cleveland Play House (Organization : Cleveland, Ohio); Christian...
    • True Holiness Temple. 7710 Euclid Avenue. 1916. Architect: Frederick Striebinger. Formerly Second Church of Christ, Scientist and Cleveland Playhouse.
    • Triedstone Baptist Church (Oheb Zedek Hungarian Orthodox Synagogue)

    • Churches; Synagogues; Baptist churches; Triedstone Baptist Church; Architecture, romanesque; Baptists; Janowitz, Albert; Oheb Zedek Hungarian Orthodox Synagogue (Cleveland, Ohio); Orthodox Jews; Jews - Ohio - Cleveland; Hungarians; African...
    • Triedstone Bapt. Ch. 3782 Community College. Formerly Oheb Zedek Hungarian Orthodox Synagogue. 1905. Architect: Albert Janowitz
    • The Harley Diner at South East Harley - Davidson Cleveland, Ohio

    • Restaurants; Diners (Restaurants); Motorcycles; Bedford; Harley Diner; South East Harley-Davidson
    • "South East Harley-Davidson 23105 Aurora Road Cleveland, Ohio 44146 Phone (216) 439-5300. The Harley Diner at South Easy Harley-Davidson is formerly LEO'S DINER of Rochester, New Hampshire. The Diner itself is a 1946 Worcester Dining Car and has...
    • The first floor of Fenn Tower

    • Fenn Tower; Fenn College; National Town & Country Club Building
    • The first floor of Fenn Tower. The structure, formerly known as the National Town & Country Club Building, was purchased in 1937 by Fenn College for use as a student dormitory. As of 2012, the building is still being used for that purpose at...
    • Stagecoach ride in Burton

    • Stagecoaches; Shanower, B.J.; Horse teams; Coats, Helen
    • Stagecoach formerly owned by Edward III of England. In the photo can be seen R.L. Coats (near), Mrs. Lowell Masters and B.J. Shanower (facing front), N.B. Canfield & Mrs. R.L. Coats (seated backward) and Perry Crosley (coachman).

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