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    • 1113 Forest Road - Charles Newell residence

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Forest Rd.
    • Residence of Charles Newell, owner of the Cleveland Pump and Supply Co. Kenneth Newell stands on the sidewalk. Margaret Newell can be seen in the window. House was razed to make way for construction of the Clifton Park Bridge.
    • 1113 Forest Road

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Forest Rd.
    • House built by Charles Newell. It was here, on December 13, 1905, that the Lakewood Congregational Church was first organized. House was razed to make way for construction of the Clifton Park Bridge.
    • 1211 Euclid Avenue - Union Club of Cleveland

    • Cleveland; Union Club Of Cleveland; Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Schweinfurth, Charles F.
    • The Union Club of Cleveland, 1211 Euclid Ave., is a private organization composed of many of the city's industrialists, businessmen, and professionals and is one of the oldest social organizations in Cleveland. Architect is Charles F. Scweinfurth.
    • 1211 Euclid Avenue - Union Club of Cleveland

    • Cleveland; Union Club Of Cleveland; Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Schweinfurth, Charles F.
    • The Union Club of Cleveland, 1211 Euclid Ave., is a private organization composed of many of the city's industrialists, businessmen, and professionals and is one of the oldest social organizations in Cleveland. Architect is Charles F. Scweinfurth.
    • 1211 Euclid Avenue - Union Club of Cleveland

    • Cleveland; Union Club Of Cleveland; Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Schweinfurth, Charles F.
    • The Union Club of Cleveland located on Euclid Avenue as it was in 1906 - clean and unsullied as the driven snow. The Union Club building was a candidate in 1952 for the clean-up campaign which civic-minded citizens enacted in Greater Cleveland....
    • 12574 Lake Avenue - Elmhurst

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Lake Ave.;
    • Residence of Charles L. Wieber, vice-president of the Rausch and Lang Carriage Co. Built in 1907, the fourteen room mansion was designed by Hubbell & Benes and featured a carriage house and tennis courts.
    • 12574 Lake Avenue - Elmhurst

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Lake Ave.
    • Lake Ave. view of the residence of Charles L. Wieber, vice-president of the Rausch and Lang Carriage Co. Built in 1907, the fourteen room mansion was designed by Hubbell & Benes and featured a carriage house and tennis courts.
    • 12574 Lake Avenue - Elmhurst

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Lake Ave.
    • Northern view of the residence of Charles L. Wieber, vice-president of the Rausch and Lang Carriage Co. Built in 1907, the fourteen room mansion was designed by Hubbell & Benes and featured a carriage house and tennis courts.
    • 12609-19 Woodland Avenue

    • Woodland Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); T.W. Grogan Company
    • Two-story brick building with five stores and eight apartments built ca. 1920s. Location of Kramer's Market, 12611 Woodland; Bianchi Tailors, 12615 Woodland; and Charles Young Laundry, 12617 Woodland.
    • 13823 Edgewater Drive

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Edgewater Dr.
    • This house and the house at 18325 Edgewater Dr. were designed in the French Eclectic style by architect Clarence Mack for the family of Capt. Charles Hutchinson. Built about 1925, the houses have cross-hipped roofs and towers for the front...

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