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    • Chew Honest Scrap

    • Advertisements; Buildings; Tobacco industry
    • Looking north toward the City Mills Building on the southeast corner of East Fifth and North Main. The "Chew Honest Scrap" mural was covered up in a 2005 renovation of the building.
    • Aerial View: Downtown Mansfield

    • Aerial views; Aerial photographs; Parks
    • Aerial view of downtown Mansfield around 1950. Corner of South Park and North Main. Includes Reed building and several other historic downtown buildings.
    • Aerial View of Downtown Mansfield

    • Aerial views; Business districts
    • View looking northeast across downtown Mansfield to the north and east. Ohio Brass fills the top center, Mansfield Tire is top left. The intersection of Park Avenue and Main street sits in the left center of the photo.
    • Aerial View of Westinghouse

    • Aerial views; Factories; Railroad tracks
    • Aerial photo looking north along the Conrail tracks from Westinghouse past Ohio Brass and north to where the tracks curve to the west. Wayne Street runs from lower center of the photo to the upper right. Mansfield Tire sits between Newman and...
    • Aerial View of South Main

    • Aerial views; hotels; houses; automobiles
    • Aerial view of Main St. looking south from Central Park. The photo was taken in 1932 and shows the Southern Hotel in the foreground. Many automobiles are parked on the street.
    • Aerial View of Walton Lake

    • Aerial views; Lakes & ponds
    • This view looks south across both lakes at Walton Lake resort, located just east of Crestline. Eckstein Road runs across the upper left-hand corner of the photo while cottages sit among the leafless trees both north and south of the lakes.
    • Central Park: Aerial View

    • Aerial views; Parks; U.S. Court House (Mansfield, Ohio)
    • Aerial view of the Central Park area of Mansfield in the late 1960's. Includes Richland County Courthouse.
    • An Aerial View of Mansfield's Central Park

    • Aerial views; Parks; U.S. Court House (Mansfield, Ohio)
    • Downtown and Central Park a year or two prior to the cut-through. Visible in the photo are the old (1873) courthouse and jail, Fairview Hotel, Southern Hotel, Leland Hotel, Ford Flats, S.N. and Ada Ford residence, Madison Theatre, DeSoto Hotel,...
    • Frank Purdy Lahm and the brass

    • Aeronautics; military uniforms; military officers
    • Frank Purdy Lahm sits front and center on a wooden chair. Behind him stand four men in dress military uniforms Fellow Mansfield aviation pioneer Gil Baird sits to Lahm's right. General Lahm, America's second military aviator, died in July 1963.
    • News Aviation Meet--Curtis Machine

    • Aeronautics; Photojournalists
    • Pilot Beckworth Havens at the controls of his Curtis flying machine at the Richland County Fairgrounds off Springmill Street. The Mansfield News sponsored the event, which was cancelled once due to poor weather. Charles F. Walsh brought the...
    • The Fairview Flats

    • Apartments; Cleaning establishments
    • Front and side view of the Fairview Flats located at 3rd and Diamond St. Also shows the Union Laundry.
    • Bissman Flats

    • Apartments; Stonework
    • Front and side view of the Bissman Flats which were located at 4th St. and Bowman. Very ornate and colorful building with striped awnings and beautiful stonework.
    • Seymour Lindsey--two birds

    • Art; artists; birds
    • Seymour Lindsey (1848-1927) was a Lexington area folk artist who favored natural subjects and used as his canvas barn doors, closet doors and woodwork. This particular painting shows two birds sitting on nearby branches. One reaches for a flying...
    • "Mud" Gardner Inc. - serving Mansfield since 1910

    • Automobile dealerships; Motorcycles; Politicians
    • Advertisement featuring three small photos: portrait of Roy "Mud" Gardner; a line-up of motorcycles in front of Excelsior Auto - Cycle shop (possibly South Main St.) and the 1952 "Mud" Gardner Buick showroom at 116 Park Avenue West.

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