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    • Mill Creek Park Suspension Bridge

    • Youngstown (Ohio); Parks; Mill Creek; Mill Creek Metroparks; Mill Creek Park Bridge; Bridges; Suspension bridges
    • Suspension Bridge in Mill Creek Park; Youngstown. This bridge was built in 1895 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It connects the east and west sides of the park.
      "Bridge across Mill Creek near Youngstown. Mill Creek...
    • John Stark Edwards House

    • Warren (Ohio); Historic buildings; Dwellings
    • "OLDEST HOME in Warren was built in 1807 by John Stark Edwards. Originally the 11-room home sat on an estate of several hundred acres. Today the lot is 75 x 100 feet. It's maintained by the Trumbull County Historical Society."- Photo verso.
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    • Trumbull County Courthouse

    • Warren (Ohio); Historic buildings; Courthouses
    • Photograph of the Trumbull County Courthouse in Warren, Ohio. In 1974, the courthouse was added to the National Register of Historic Places. It was built in 1895 and continues to be used as the courthouse for Trumbull County in the Warren...
    • 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.
    • New life raft developed by AAF

    • Swimmers; Swimming; Swimming pools
    • "AAF's New Life Raft safely supports 104 persons. Developed at Wright Field, the raft weighs 79 pounds and is 38 feet in circumference. It was successfully tried out in the National Cash Register company swimming pool. The giant raft will be used...
    • Stan Hywet Hall reflecting pool

    • Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens; Halls; Dwellings; Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company; Seiberling, Frank
    • "Tudor Revival-style Stan Hywet Hall reflects the reign of Akron's rubber barons. One of Akron's 14 National Register listings, the mansion was built by the founder of the Goodyear Tire & Rubber company and inspired many Georgian and Tudor...
    • South bass Island Lighthouse

    • South Bass Island Lighthouse; Put-in-Bay
    • A view of the South Bass Island Lighthouse from a boat on Lake Erie. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1990. Originally constructed in 1893, the location of the lighthouse was placed on the southwest corner of the...
    • Front view, Schweinfurth House

    • Schweinfurth House; Schweinfurth, Charles; Euclid Ave.; East 75th. St.; Romanesque revival (Architecture); Architectural elements
    • Front view, Schweinfurth House.
      Judging by the increased size of the saplings, and the ivy beginning to grow up a the corner, it's estimated that this photo was taken a couple of years after the building was completed in 1894.
      Schweinfurth...
    • Schweinfurth House

    • Schweinfurth House; Schweinfurth, Charles; Euclid Ave.; East 75th. St.; Romanesque revival (Architecture); Architectural elements
    • Front view, Schweinfurth House.
      Judging by the increased size of the saplings, and the ivy beginning to grow up at the corner, it is suspected that this photo was taken a couple of years after the building was completed in 1894.
      Schweinfurth...
    • Rear of original Schweifurth House

    • Schweinfurth House; Schweinfurth, Charles; Euclid Ave.; East 75th. St.; Romanesque revival (Architecture); Architectural elements
    • Rear of original Schweinfurth House, now mostly covered by the 1915 addition.
      The two windows-- first floor left- are in the dining room, now with space between, forming the arch in the now larger dining room.
      Schweinfurth House was...
    • 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...
    • Living room, Schweinfurth House

    • Schweinfurth House; Living rooms; Schweinfurth, Charles; Euclid Ave.; East 75th. St.; Romanesque revival (Architecture); Architectural elements
    • Living room, Schweinfurth House.
      The piano later replaced by Schweinfurth with glass-front book shelves matching those seen next to the dining room in the rear. Note the carpet- later replaced by Schweinfurth with the cork...
    • Living room, Schweinfurth House

    • Schweinfurth House; Living rooms; Schweinfurth, Charles; Euclid Ave.; East 75th. St.; Romanesque revival (Architecture); Architectural elements
    • Living room, Schweinfurth House.
      Looking to dining room- to the rear. Note the chandeliers - only gas fixtures in the photo. Now the room has the same fixtures - but with electric branches added.
      Schweinfurth House was originally designed and...
    • Library, Schweinfurth House

    • Schweinfurth House; Libraries; Schweinfurth, Charles; Euclid Ave.; East 75th. St.; Romanesque revival (Architecture); Architectural elements
    • Library, 2nd floor of Schweinfurth House.
      Glass-front book shelf.
      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...
    • Vestibule, Schweinfurth House

    • Schweinfurth House; Entrance Halls; Schweinfurth, Charles; Euclid Ave.; East 75th. St.; Romanesque revival (Architecture); Architectural elements
    • Vestibule, Schweinfurth House.
      The wood floor later replaced by Schweinfurth with the marble, mosaic inlay floor. The plain painted walls replaced by Schweinfurth with the painted fresco looking like an oriental carpet. The light fixture still...
    • Entrance Hall, Schweinfurth House

    • Schweinfurth House; Entrance Halls; Schweinfurth, Charles; Euclid Ave.; East 75th. St.; Romanesque revival (Architecture); Architectural elements
    • Entrance Hall, Schweinfurth House.
      Note circular fresco - upper right hand corner of photo - still remains.
      Schweinfurth House was originally designed and built by Cleveland architect Charles F. Schweinfurth. The House is located on East 75th...

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