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    • 1904 Templin Company seed catalog

    • Agriculture; Urban agriculture; Seeds; Seed trade; Plants; Nurseries (Horticulture); School gardens; School children; Urban beautification; Mail-order businesses; Catalogs
    • "1904 Templin's 'Ideal' seeds. plants, bulbs. etc.; the famous new ostrich plume Boston fern, see page 112; L. Templin & Sons, Calla, Ohio.
    • Taylor Tudor Building (Cleveland Heights, Ohio)

    • Architecture; Automobiles; Awnings; Business districts; Men; parking meters; signs; Stadium Square Building (Cleveland Heights, Ohio); Streets
    • Black-and-white photograph of Taylor Tudor building (also called Stadium Square) at S.Taylor Road and Superior Park Drive (1918 - 1904 S. Taylor Road). Signs on the building are: Stone's Food Store, Brownie Dry Cleaners & Launderers, Sherwin...
    • 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.
    • First Methodist Church

    • Architecture, sacred; Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio);Methodist churches; Methodists; First Methodist Church (Cleveland, Ohio); Community service; Community development; Dyer, J. Milton; Gothic revival (architecture)
    • First Methodist Euclid/East 30th 3000 Euclid Avenue. 1904. Architect:J. Milton Dyer
    • First Methodist Church

    • Architecture, sacred; Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Methodist churches; Methodists; First Methodist Church (Cleveland, Ohio); Community service; Community development; Dyer, J. Milton; Gothic revival (architecture)
    • First Methodist Euclid/East 30th 3000 Euclid Avenue. 1904. Architect:J. Milton Dyer
    • Gilbert Woodrow Mills, about 1904

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Children
    • Gilbert ("Gibby") Woodrow Mills (14 MAY 1900-08 JUN 1986), about 1904. Gilbert was the son of Simeon Woodrow and Maggie (Flannigan) (Hench) Mills. He married Clara M. (Mills) Wicker (1912-09 MAY 1974) on 11 OCT 1937 in Ripley, Chautauqua, NY.
    • Bay View Foundry interior

    • Bay View Foundry (Sandusky, Ohio); Employees; Foundries; Sandusky (Ohio)
    • The Bay View Foundry was in operation from 1904 through the 1920’s. The firm produced brass, bronze, aluminum and iron castings. This photo captures the inside of the Foundry in 1904.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Panoramic view looking south from Broadway in 2002

    • Cleveland and Youngstown Railroad Co.; Cleveland Union Terminal; Panoramic photographs; Cuyahoga River; Flats (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • This is the modern companion photograph to cutpan06a, showing changes over 80 years. The area around East 9th, south of Broadway, reverted to an empty lot, cut by the depressed RTA line, flanked by trees. Across the Cuyahoga River are the former...

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