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  • Description: Munroe
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    • Three unidentified people sitting in the woods

    • Forests; Clothing & dress; Photograph albums
    • Information received from a Munroe Falls Historical Society member on April 23, 2003 suggests that the people depicted may be the Gaylord family. The Gaylords were one of the earliest families in Munroe Falls and owned quite a bit of the land along...
    • Two unidentified men on a bench with a dog

    • Men; Clothing & dress; Dogs; Patriotism; Photograph albums
    • Information received from a Munroe Falls Historical Society member on April 23, 2003 suggests that the people depicted may be the Gaylord family. The Gaylords were one of the earliest families in Munroe Falls and owned quite a bit of the land along...
    • Unidentified baby in ornate carriage

    • Photograph albums; Baby carriages; Infants
    • Information received from a Munroe Falls Historical Society member on April 23, 2003 suggests that the people depicted may be the Gaylord family. The Gaylords were one of the earliest families in Munroe Falls and owned quite a bit of the land along...
    • Two unidentified boys on bench, eating

    • Photograph albums; Bicycles & tricycles
    • Information received from a Munroe Falls Historical Society member on April 23, 2003 suggests that the people depicted may be the Gaylord family. The Gaylords were one of the earliest families in Munroe Falls and owned quite a bit of the land along...
    • Unidentified woman

    • Photograph albums; Clothing & dress
    • Information received from a Munroe Falls Historical Society member on April 23, 2003 suggests that the people depicted may be the Gaylord family. The Gaylords were one of the earliest families in Munroe Falls and owned quite a bit of the land along...
    • Unidentified family

    • Photograph albums; Families
    • Information received from a Munroe Falls Historical Society member on April 23, 2003 suggests that the people depicted may be the Gaylord family. The Gaylords were one of the earliest families in Munroe Falls and owned quite a bit of the land along...
    • Unidentified woman and child "9/2/97"

    • Photograph albums; Families
    • Information received from a Munroe Falls Historical Society member on April 23, 2003 suggests that the people depicted may be the Gaylord family. The Gaylords were one of the earliest families in Munroe Falls and owned quite a bit of the land along...
    • Three unidentified women

    • Photograph albums; Women; Clothing and dress
    • Information received from a Munroe Falls Historical Society member on April 23, 2003 suggests that the people depicted may be the Gaylord family. The Gaylords were one of the earliest families in Munroe Falls and owned quite a bit of the land along...
    • Unidentified group of people picnicking

    • Picnics; Photograph albums
    • Information received from a Munroe Falls Historical Society member on April 23, 2003 suggests that the people depicted may be the Gaylord family. The Gaylords were one of the earliest families in Munroe Falls and owned quite a bit of the land along...
    • "Feeder near 'Young's'"

    • Rivers; Streams; Bridges; Mills; Canals
    • From a Munroe Falls Historical Society member: "Feeder near Young's" I believe pertains to part of the canal near Young's Restaurant.

      Cleveland State acquired a small photo album in the 1990s, containing 49 black and white images ca. 1897,...
    • "Cuyahoga River, Monroe Falls, Ohio"

    • Rivers; Streams; Bridges; Mills; Canals; Photograph albums
    • From a Munroe Falls Historical Society member: The first photo is the bridge on SR 91 over the Cuyahoga River in Munroe Falls, which is no longer there.

      Cleveland State acquired a small photo album in the 1990s, containing 49 black and...
    • "Old saw mill, steel bridge, near Cuyahoga Falls"

    • Rivers; Streams; Bridges; Mills; Canals; Photograph albums
    • From a Munroe Falls Historical Society member on 4/23/03: "...looks like a bridge that still exists on Middlbury Road in Kent off of SR 261."

      Cleveland State acquired a small photo album in the 1990s, containing 49 black and white images...

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