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  • Date: from 1936 - 1937
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    • 12503-05 Detroit Avenue

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Detroit Ave. (Lakewood, Ohio);
    • Two-story retail/residential building on the south side of Detroit Ave. between Ridgewood and Lakewood Ave..; location of [Daniel] Burn's Quality Meat store and [George] Mathieson's Delicatessan.
    • 12506 Edgewater Drive - Lake Shore Hotel

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Lake Shore Hotel; Edgewater Dr.
    • Lake Shore Hotel guests go out to a milk delivery truck on Edgewater Dr. to purchase milk after the hotel workers went out on strike. The first of the high rise building constructed along Lakewood's "Gold Coast", the Shore Hotel opened at 12506...
    • 12506 Edgewater Drive - Lake Shore Hotel

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Lake Shore Hotel; Edgewater Dr.; Gold Coast
    • Lake Shore Hotel workers picketing in front of the Hotel. The first of the high rise building constructed along Lakewood's "Gold Coast", the Shore Hotel opened at 12506 Edgewater Dr. in 1929. In the spring of 1937 hotel workers went out on strike...
    • 14532 Lake Avenue - Lakewood City Hall

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Lake Ave.; City Hall
    • In 1918 Lakewood purchased the 23 acre estate of Robert Russell Rhodes, President of Peoples Savings Bank, at 14532 Lake Ave. The home was converted into Lakewood's second city hall and the estate was developed as Lakewood Park
    • 15200-02 Madison Avenue

    • Madison Ave. (Lakewood, Ohio); T.W. Grogan Company
    • Two-story brick building with three stores and four apartments built in 1922. Location of the General Home Furnishing Co., 15200 Madison; and the Hercz Barber Shop, 15202 Madison.
    • Helen Horvath

    • Horvath, Helen; Hungarian education; Social activists; Educators; Hungarians; Hungarian Americans
    • Mrs. Helen Horvath was a renowned social activist who was determined to assist immigrants in the difficult and many times painful adjustment to life in America. In 1901 Horvath opened a school for new Hungarian Americans to learn English and the...
    • Michael A. Feighan

    • Irish; Business people; Legislators
    • Michael A. Feighan (1905-1992) was a 14-term Democratic congressman for the 20th District of Ohio and the chief architect of the Federal Immigration Act of 1965 which abolished the system of quotas by national origin.
    • John A. Coakley

    • Irish; Business people; Philanthropists
    • "Mr. J. A. Coakley, general traffic manager for the U.S. Steel Corporation of Pittsburgh -- Toastmaster. Credit Edmonson Studio" -- photo verso.

      John A. Coakley (1881-1950) was a manufacturer and a philanthropist. In 1937 Coakley helped...
    • James J. McGinty funeral

    • Irish; City council members; Politicians; Funeral rites & ceremonies
    • "James J. McGinty Funeral. REVERSED PRINT" -- photo verso.

      James J. McGinty (1882 -1937) was a councilman (1912-21) who represented the Haymarket district. McGinty also ran a bar below his Commercial St. home. An ally of the Van...
    • James J. MicGinty

    • Irish; City council members; Politicians
    • "James J. McGinty. REVERSED PRINT" -- photo verso. BR>
      James J. McGinty (1882 -1937) was a councilman (1912-21) who represented the Haymarket district. McGinty also ran a bar below his Commercial St. home. An ally of the Van Swerigen's, he...
    • Edward F. Murphy

    • Irish; Labor unions; Teamster's Union; International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Stablemen, & Helpers
    • "Ed Murphy, Teamster's Union" -- photo verso

      Edward F. Murphy (1891-1950), president of Teamsters Local 407, was a horsecart driver and a drayman. His experience with long hours and low pay led him to join Teamsters Local 407 when it was...
    • 1936 G.O.P. Convention

    • May Co. Of Cleveland; Republican National Convention Of 1936; May Co. (Cleveland, Ohio); Republican Party; Banners; Streetcars
    • May Co. with the G.O.P. banner draped on the front of the building during the June 1936 Republican National Convention, held in Cleveland, Ohio. Trolleys on the left are part of the Euclid line.

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