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    • Y.M.C.A. Mansfield, Ohio

    • YMCA; buildings
    • The Y.M.C.A. was located at 45 Park Avenue West between Walnut Street and Mulberry. The Y was on the south side of Park Avenue between the First English Lutheran manse (right) and the Mansfield Telephone Company (left).
    • A Soldier

    • World War II;Soldiers
    • An unidentified soldier standing in front of a prop plane
    • Albert Allen - 1950

    • World war II; Prisoners of war; Veteran
    • Portrait of Albert L. Allen Jr. taken in May of 1950, eight years after he survived the Bataan Death March in the Philippines.
    • Albert Allen in 1950

    • World war II; Prisoners of war; Veteran
    • Portrait of Albert L. Allen Jr. taken in May of 1950, eight years after he survived the Bataan Death March in the Philippines.
    • Phoebe Wise

    • Women; people
    • Photo (and double exposure) of Phoebe (Phebe) Wise, well-known character about town. Phoebe lived her entire life on the family farm near the Ohio State Reformatory and was well-known for her unusual clothing and for her loud, often vulgar...
    • Hitting the links at Westbrook

    • Women; golf; country clubs; people
    • A group of woman pose for a portrait at Westbrook Country Club, probably sometime in the 1920's. Most wear skirts and hats and squint into the sun. Several golf bags lie around in the grass.
    • Smart's Studio Accordionettes

    • Women; accordions; music; musicians
    • Eight young women pose holding accordions. All are dressed in white, except one in the rear who apparently didn't get the instructions. While none of the Accordionettes are identified, one woman in the middle has "Arlene" printed vertically on...
    • Five Wilberforce University Guys

    • Wilberforce University; People; African Americans
    • Grainy reproduction of a photo taken at Wilberforce University circa 1940 showing five nattily attired young men. All sport fedoras, neckties and jackets. The weather must be chilly as at least two of the men wear gloves. Only two of the men,...
    • Build your tower of progress

    • Westinghouse electric corp; office workers; men; women;
    • Photo of Robert Lynch (far right) sitting at a table in the Westinghouse offices with another man and a young woman. The young woman may be taking dictation from the second man. Surrounding the trio are various signs and posters designed to...
    • Westinghouse Tool and Die

    • Westinghouse Electric Corp; men; tool and die
    • Nine men in three rows pose outside a door marked with the "W" of Westinghouse Electric. A note with the photo identifies the men as the "tool and die" department at Westinghouse. Seven of the men wear oily aprons. The two standing in back wear...
    • Mansfield Pumping Station 1914

    • Water supply; people; machinery
    • Five men standing in front of heavy equipment at the Mansfield Water Works Pumping Station on North Main Street, just north of the railroad crossing.
    • Rear wall, gate at Kingwood mansion

    • Walls; gates; trees; dwellings
    • Photo of the large, curved brick gates/wall that shelter the back entrance to Kingwood. This photo, taken in 1927, shows the familiar Mansfield landmark when it was new.
    • Eugene Hicks

    • Veterans
    • Portrait of Eugene Hicks after whom American Legion Post 676 on Harmon Avenue was named.
    • 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...
    • Women's College

    • Universities & colleges; buildings; apartments
    • When this photo was taken, contractors were in the process of knocking off the top two floors of what had been a four-story building built in 1853 as the Mansfield Women's College. The college, run by the Methodist Church, never was truly...

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