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    • Bud's Tavern and Carry-out in Oberlin, Ohio in 1964

    • Oberlin (Ohio); Bars; Historic buildings; Main Street (Oberlin, Ohio)
    • “Bud’s Place in Oberlin” -- photo verso. Bud's Tavern and Carry-Out on Main Street in downtown Oberlin, Ohio in 1964. Part of the Oberlin Historic Downtown District, the building which once housed Bud's Tavern currently houses The Feve in Oberlin,...
    • Side view, Schweinfurth House

    • Schweinfurth House; Schweinfurth, Charles; Euclid Ave.; East 75th. St.; Romanesque revival (Architecture); Architectural elements

    • Schweinfurth House was originally designed and built by Cleveland architect Charles F. Schweinfurth. The House is located on East 75th Street near Euclid Avenue. Originally designed for important clientele, it also served as Schweinfurth's...
    • Aerial view of Nela Park, 1975

    • Nela Park; General Electric Co.; Industrial facilities; Aerial views
    • 'Nela Park, headquarters for the General Electric Company's Lamp Business Division, may become an official "Historic Site." Its name has been submitted to the National Park Service by the Ohio Historic Site Preservation Advisory Board for...
    • Workers preparing to reopen saloon, 1934

    • League Park (Cleveland, Ohio); Stadiums; Bars
    • "1558 E. 66th. St. -- getting old saloon in shape to reopen, left to right; Joe Tekavec, 1256 Norwood Rd., Geo Jardine, 9411 Edmunds Ave., Rudolph Polzer, 16196 Huntmere Ave."--photo verso.
      League Park located at E. 66th. and Lexington Ave in...
    • Students with model of Williamsburg

    • Schools; Shaker Heights; Models; Onaway Elementary School
    • "Applying finishing touches to a model of Williamsburg, Va., are Christopher Cooper, 11, of 3239 Warrington Rd., and Kathy Wyse, 10, of 15702 Aldersyde Dr. They are members of the fifth grade class at Onaway School in Shaker Heights, which was...
    • Kinsman House

    • Warren (Ohio); Historic buildings; Buildings
    • "Built in 1832, The Kinsman House has housed classrooms for the Dana School of Music, Hiram College Branch and is now listed on the National Register for Historic Places."- Photo verso.
    • Grounds crew preparing field, League Park

    • League Park (Cleveland, Ohio); Stadiums
    • "Chas Andorn, Morris O'Malley, Leonard Warda."--photo verso.
      League Park is located at E. 66th. and Lexington Ave in Cleveland. Built in the late 1800s, the ballpark was the site of numerous historic sports moments, including Cleveland Indians...
    • Clark's Paul Revere House at night

    • Restaurants; Clark's Restaurant; Clark's Paul Revere House
    • "Clark's Paul Revere House is a faithful reproduction of the historic old home of that sturdy patriot of the American Revolution, immortalized by Longfellow's famous poem. The original house was built in about 1650, was restored by The Paul Revere...
    • Interior of Cleveland Antiquarian Books

    • Bookstores; Cleveland Antiquarian Books
    • "Cleveland Antiquarian Books, Shaker Square Bookshop. 13127 Shaker Boulevard (on historic Shaker Square), Cleveland, Ohio 44120. (216) 561-2665; fax (216) 491-2665. William Christopher Chrisant, proprietor. Antique books, reading & scholarly books....
    • Ralph J. Perk makes a speech in Dayton

    • Perk, Ralph J.; Political elections; Dedications
    • "Cleveland mayor Ralph J. Perk today addressed a gathering of about 250 Daytonians as they dedicated their new Court House Square Plaza in downtown Dayton. The plaza sits next to the historic Montgomery County Court House, which is now the home of...
    • CLEVELAND Gateway District

    • Gateway; Aerial photographs; Cityscape photographs; Cityscapes; Jacobs Field; Gund Arena
    • "CLEVELAND, OHIO Historic Gateway District; Old and new blend together in the downtown district seen in the foreground. Early retail buildings now house restaurants, pubs, shops and housing all within a short walking distance of Cleveland's arena...
    • Bleacher crowd, League Park

    • League Park (Cleveland, Ohio); Stadiums; Spectators; Baseball; Cleveland Indians
    • "Crowd (baseball). Left field bleacher crowd."--photo verso.
      League Park is located at E. 66th. and Lexington Ave in Cleveland. Built in the late 1800s, the ballpark was the site of numerous historic sports moments, including Cleveland Indians...

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