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    • Viktor Schreckengost working with clay in 1947

    • Schreckengost, Viktor, 1906-2008; Artists; Sculpture; Industrial design; Pottery; Murray Ohio Manufacturing Co.; Modeling (Sculpture)
    • Viktor Schreckengost works with clay, creating a bowl-shaped piece in 1947. He has many other art pieces surrounding him. In 1947, Schreckengost had just left the navy the year before and was returning to his work in clay. He once again began...
    • Victor Schreckengost, 1947

    • Schreckengost, Viktor, 1906-2008; Artists; Sculpture; Industrial design; Pottery; Modeling (Sculpture); Murray Ohio Manufacturing Co.
    • Viktor Schreckengost works with clay creating a cyllindrical shape in 1947. In 1947, Schreckengost had just left the navy the year before and was returning to his work in clay. He once again began working in industrial design and worked with the...
    • U. S. Coal & Coke

    • Steel industry; Suspension bridges; Engineers; Machinery
    • "Side view of the suspension bridge shows the belt climbing at a 19-degree slop angle. Goodyear bolt engineers designed the conveyor belt especially for this job, incorporation more than one million feet of finely stranded stool cables as strength...
    • The Tabor Ice Cream Co.

    • Tabor Ice Cream Co.; Ice cream & ices; Factories; Payne Ave.
    • "An empty house is better than a bad tenant. An empty lot is better than a poorly arranged dairy or ice cream plant. First get the right architects and engineers, then go ahead. The McCormick Company Inc. Architects and Efficency Engineers for the...
    • The Buick Garage, Cleveland, O.

    • Buick Garage; W. S. Ferguson Co.
    • "The Buick Garage, Cleveland, O. W. S. Ferguson Co., architects and engineers par lock plastering applied to all plastered concrete surfaces in this building. Applied by Mechanically Applied Products Co. 555 Hippodrome Annex, Cleveland,...
    • Swimming pool raised out of ground

    • Swimming; Swimming pools; Swimmers
    • "This is impossible, say engineers, but there it is: a concrete swimming pool with 14-in. thick walls lifted out of the ground by water pressure from below. It is the 27 by 42-ft. pool of Francis E. Lustik, 6304 Lafatette Blvd., Independence. It...
    • Station Road Bridge Plaque in Cuyahoga Valley National Park

    • Station Road Bridge (Brecksville, Ohio); Cuyahoga Valley National Park (Ohio); Cleveland Metroparks; Bridges, Steel; Truss bridges; Bridges; Pedestrian bridges; Cuyahoga River; Plaques
    • View of plaque near Station Road Bridge in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. The sign reads, “Station Road Bridge – the oldest remaining metal truss bridge in the Cuyahoga Valley – was built in 1881 and served travelers for almost 100 years....
    • Stahl Und Eisen

    • Metallurgy; Materials; Materials Engineering; Materials Science & Technology; Metalworking; Steel Treating
    • "Stahl und Eisen" is German a trade journal translating as "Steel and Iron." This issue from 1927 features an article on the American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers (now the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and...
    • St. Joseph School

    • Schools; Saint Joseph High School
    • "St. Joseph High School, Cleveland, Ohio. Completed in 1952 and serving a large area of east side greater metropolitan area. This beautiful structure accommodates 2400 boys and was built and equipped completely with the most advanced modern...
    • St. Jerome's Church Cleveland, Ohio

    • Catholic churches; Lake Shore Blvd.; Koehl, William; Churches
    • This beautiful and dignified was erected in 1951. The base of the tower contains a memorial shrine to the war dead of the Parish.
      Stickle & Associates Architects and Engineers, Cleveland, Ohio
    • Sidaway Suspension Bridge, north view

    • Suspension bridges; Cleveland; Kingsbury Run; Rapids; Pedestrian bridges; Watson, Wilbur J.; Sidaway Avenue Bridge (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • General view of bridge looking north. This is the only suspension bridge in Cleveland. It was designed by Wilbur J. Watson and Associates, Consulting Engineers. Sections of the wooden deck are missing, and the bridge is no longer used.
    • Sidaway Suspension Bridge, general view

    • Suspension bridges; Cleveland; Kingsbury Run; Rapids; Pedestrian bridges; Watson, Wilbur J.; Sidaway Avenue Bridge (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • General view of bridge looking north. This is the only suspension bridge in Cleveland. It was designed by Wilbur J. Watson and Associates, Consulting Engineers. Shaker Heights Rapid Transit line car barns visible in foreground.

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