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    • Thought Factory

    • Thought Factory; Posters; Small business
    • "(L. to R.) Mike Cole and Gary Patterson Owners of Thought Factory, manufacturer of pop posters" -- photo verso. They are holding a "Close Encounters" poster. A "Rocky" poster is in the background.
    • Beth Haknesseth Anshe Grondo

    • Synagogues; churches
    • Built in 1907 for the Presbyterian Church. Purchased in 1931 by Beth Haknesseth Anshe Grondo. The congregation merged into Taylor Road Synagogue in 1951. The building was sold to the The Greater Cleveland Friendship Church in 1956 and then acquired...
    • Shaarei Torah; Peerless Dept. store

    • Synagogues; Church buildings
    • Congregation Shaarei Thora purchased the former home in Lenard Loomis in 1908. Built in 1882 and thought to have been used for several years prior to the congregation's purchase as a sanitarium. The home was remodeled for the congregation under...
    • Tifereth Israel of Mt. Pleasant

    • Synagogues
    • Former typical residence at 3386 E. 119th thought o be built circa 1910 was acquired by Tifereth Israel of Mt. Pleasant in 1922 under the name Herste Congregation, then deeded to Tifereth Israel of Mt. Pleasant in 1939. Not to be confused with...
    • Oer Chodosh

    • Synagogues
    • Land Acquired 1912 by Congregation Oer Chodosh. Exact date sold is unknown. Thought to be 1922. Property was acquired in 1942 by the Mt. Herman Baptist Church the building endured a major fire in Febuary 1941. Sold in 1958 for the development of...
    • The Cleveland Store Fixture Co.

    • Stores & shops
    • "You think you know the value of display? Well just talk with a merchant who has used NON-BREAKABLE all plate glass show cases, and the display and selling features that are always in the equipment when it is. Planned-Designed-And made by, The...
    • Steve Sheppard

    • Sheppard, Steve; Sheppard Murder Case; Sheppard family
    • Steve Sheppard, brother of Sam Sheppard, thought that many of the witnesses could potentially be suspects. Chip, Sam and Marilyn's son, was sent to live with him and his wife Betty after Sam was arrested.
    • Steve Sheppard

    • Sheppard family; Sheppard Murder Case; Sheppard, Steve
    • Steve Sheppard, brother of Sam Sheppard, sits in the courtroom. He was a very dominant man. He seemed to scrutinize every possible suspect that he thought could have potentially killed Marilyn. He thought many of the witnesses could have done it....
    • Steve Sheppard

    • Sheppard family; Sheppard Murder Case; Sheppard, Steve;
    • Steve Sheppard, brother of Sam Sheppard, sits on a bench. He thought that many witnesses could be potential suspects.
    • "Kent, Ohio, Cuyahoga River"

    • Rivers; Streams; Bridges; Mills; Canals; Photograph albums
    • A correspondent wrote to us on July 3, 2007 to say: Concerning your "Mystery Photo Album:" On page two, photo 15, labeled as "Kent, Oh." I thought I would add some clarification on it. What you've got is a shot looking towards downtown Kent - in...
    • Aerial view of Republic Steel Corp.

    • Republic Steel; Republic Steel Corp.; Steelyard; Flats; Steel industry; Steel; Aerial views
    • "Photo Caption A-9175 Artist's conception of $18,000,000 terminal waste water treatment facilities under construction at Republic Steel Corporation's Cleveland District steelmaking plant. Located in the Cuyahoga River Valley approximately six...
    • Smear!  All New!

    • Reagan, Ronald; Carter, Jimmy; Presidential elections; Washing machines; Laundry; Household soap
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of a donkey dressed as a woman standing in front of a washing machine and holding up a shirt with "Jimmy" on it, an elephant dressed as a woman standing in front of washing machine and holding up a shirt with "Ronnie"...
    • Police officers of the Champlain Street Station

    • Police; Police stations; Law enforcement officers; Law enforcement officials; Photographs
    • "#2 - The Mustachioed gentlemen posed here were photographed on the front steps of the Champlain Street Station, police headquarters from about 1893 to 1926. Though none of the officers could be identified, they are thought to be the top brass of...

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