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    • Bogart and Bacall at Malabar

    • Celebrities; Weddings
    • On May 21, 1945, actress Lauren Bacall married actor Humphrey Bogart at Louis Bromfield's Malabar Farm. In this photo, the couple sit in front of an ornate mantle looking into one another's eyes, holding the "bride and groom" cake topper.
    • Children at work

    • Children; cigar industry; child labor; factories
    • View of the interior of a Mansfield cigar factory showing children sitting at tables packing cigars in boxes. Children appear to be 10 to 12 years old.
    • The Kingwood pond in the early years

    • Gardens; lakes and ponds
    • Photo of the Kingwood pond when the Charles K. King estate was still private - and largely undeveloped. The photo shows the pond sitting in a weedy field. A fenced in area and a few small outbuildings sit behind the pond. The pond's edge is...
    • Butler Hoodoo Band

    • People; bands; costumes; musical instruments; homes; blackface entertainers
    • A band of costumed musicians stands in a grassy area in Butler, Ohio on July 4, 1908. Costumes range from blackface to clown outfits to Native American. An inscription on the bottom of the photos identifies it as the "Hoodoo" Band July 4th '08,...
    • Signal Tower--Mansfield

    • Railroad signal towers
    • Photos of the two-story signal tower near Union Station, Mansfield. The men stand at the top of the stairs looking at the photographer.
    • Bowman Street School Building

    • Schools
    • Drawing taken from the 1903 City of Mansfield Clerk's notes showing the Bowman Street School located in the northern part of the city. This building was enlarged...then largely replaced by Creveling School. As of 2015, the building is used as the...
    • H.L. Reed Storefront

    • Storefronts
    • View of N. Park St. near the H.L. Reed building circa 1950. Includes Stone's Grill, Woolworths and several 1950's cars.
    • The Mohawk Cash Market

    • Storefronts; Stores
    • The Mohawk Cash Market sat on the east side of North Adams between Waring Avenue and East Third Street. The Market was owned and operated by Robert Morris, who lived on Grace Street. The market is a small, white, wooden building fronted by a cloth...
    • Mohawk Cash Store

    • Variety stores; Stores; Grocery stores
    • The Mohawk Cash Market sat on the east side of North Adams between Waring Avenue and East Third Street. The Market was owned and operated by Robert Morris, who lived on Grace Street. The market is a small, white, wooden building fronted by a cloth...

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