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    • 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...
    • Artist's conception of burning train

    • Bridges; Disasters
    • "An artist's conception of the wrecked and burning Pacific Express of the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railroad a few minutes after it fell 75 feet into an icy creekbed in the collapse of a double-tracked bridge just east of Ashtabula, Ohio, in a...
    • Exterior view of City Club

    • City Club Of Cleveland; Clubhouses; Short Vincent (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "City Club, at 712 Vincent Ave., from 1929 to 1971. Originally (1912-1916) in old Wever's Restaurant, then (1916-1929) in Hollenden Hotel--since 1971 in Women's Federal Bldg. at 320 Superior Ave." -- photo verso.
    • City Club on Vincent Avenue

    • City Club of Cleveland; Buildings
    • "City Club, at 712 Vincent Ave., from 1929-1971. Originally (1912-1916) in old Weber's Restaurant, then (1916-1929) in Hollenden Hotel -- since 1971 in Women's Federal Bldg. at 320 Superior Ave." -- photo verso.
    • Preyer House

    • Preyer House; Cleveland Heights; Cleveland Heights landmarks
    • "Cleveland Heights landmark, Preyer House, originally a trading post built around 1820-1840. Bought by the Preyers in 1864; porch and dormers were added later."--card verso.
    • Case Institute of Technology

    • Case Institute of Technology; Case Western Reserve University; Western Reserve University
    • "Cleveland, Ohio. Case Institute of Technology. Sentinel at the circle since 1885, the old main building was originally the home of all the college's activities. Today it is used for administrative offices and classrooms. Case Institute was founded...
    • Polish Americans and their communities of Cleveland [e-book]

    • Polish; Ethnic and race relations; Ethnic groups; Ethnic neighborhoods; Ethnic relations; Immigration and Ethnicity
    • "Courageous, proud and daring, the Poles are like the eagle that has served as their national emblem since the twelfth century. They have preserved their culture and national identity against the nearly insurmountable odds of debilitating alien...
    • Dana Woodwind Quintet of Dana School of Music

    • Youngstown (Ohio); Universities & colleges; Music education; Music; Youngstown State University; Warren (Ohio)
    • "Dana Woodwind Quintet of Dana School of Music (Youngstown Univ.). Counterclockwise: Walter Mayhall, Loyal Mould (obscured), Lois Hopkins, Donald Byo and Joseph Lapenski."- Photo verso.
      Photograph of the Dana Woodwind Quintet performing for a...
    • Detroit-Superior Bridge from the west

    • Detroit-Superior Bridge (Cleveland); Veterans Memorial Bridge (Cleveland, Ohio); Subways; Railroads; Street railroads
    • "Detroit-Superior Bridge auto traffic in old subway?"--photo verso. Shows the south side of the bridge from the Flats. The city of Cleveland, Ohio considered converting the lower-level of the bridge, originally used for streetcars, into more...
    • Do you remember the farm implement store

    • Madison (Ohio); Horse-drawn vehicles; Main Street (Madison, Ohio); Newspaper clippings
    • "Do you remember ... the farm implement store which was located in the building recently restored by Dr. D.E. Klingbeil. Originally owned by John Kellogg, it was taken over upon his death by W.W. Waters and C.C. North, then later Del Behm. Here are...
    • Toddler getting a haircut at Depaul's Home

    • Depaul Maternity & Infant Home; Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine; Photojournalism; Cleveland (Ohio)
    • "Hair cut at De Paul's home for children. Woodland and E34th St."--photo verso. A toddler gets a haircut. Originally founded as a maternity hospital with the name of St. Ann's Hospital in 1873, it was moved to Woodland Avenue in 1947 which...
    • My story [e-book]

    • Johnson, Tom L. ; Mayors; Memoirs
    • "In the main, the things I shall tell about Cleveland are the things that might be told about any city or state. The source of the evil; the source of the good; the source of the shame and corruption; the contest between opposing economic...
    • Cleveland Tank Plant boring mill

    • Cleveland Tank Plant; World War II; General Motors Corp.; Korean War; Defense industry; Drilling & boring machinery
    • "It Usually Takes a Machine twice this big to build some of the Walker Bulldog tank parts. But with a little persistence and a lot of ingenuity, a group of workers headed by Walter Millington, superintendent of methods, redesigned this one for the...
    • John D. Rockefeller's Forest Hill residence

    • East Cleveland (Ohio); Dwellings; Forest Hill Estate (John D. Rockefeller)
    • "John D. Rockefeller Forest Hill residence. This home, originally built as a sanatarium [sic] but never so used, was purchased with the beautiful grounds of Forest Hill by John D. Rockefeller. He was accustomed to spending the summer months here....
    • Klingshirn Winery, 1969

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Children & animals; Wine industry; Barrels;
    • "Klingshirn Winery, Early Spring, 1969. Lee Klingshirn, age 7, and pet "Daisy", the farm winery dog. Lee is standing next to the winery's newly purchased 2000 gallon casks that were originally made for and used in an old Sandusky winery." --from...
    • Mentor Recreation Park canteen

    • Mentor (Ohio); Eating & Drinking; Cafeterias; Parks
    • "L-R: Dorothy Smith, Dean Smith, Richard Smith, Candy Morey and Mary Lou Larimer in the Canteen of Mentor Recreation Park. The canteen originally was a cow barn."--photo verso.
    • Four people posing with painting, May Co.

    • Department stores; May Co. Of Cleveland; Business people
    • "MAY COMPANY HOLDS GUENTHER ART GALLERY SALE IN DOWNTOWN STORE: A quartet of interested art admirers study a Rembrandt original painting during last night's Guenther Art Gallery sale held by the May Company in its Downtown store. From left to...
    • Pool and Advertising Building at Nela Park

    • Nela Park; General Electric Co.; Industrial facilities
    • "Nela Park in 1963 features scenes embodying charming landscaping and handsome architecture. Framed betwen tree branches is the pillared Advertising building. The circular pool beside the Lighting Institute, now the scene of a spectacular...

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