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    • Workers begin to clean up the ruins of Ellington Apartments fire

    • Ellington Apartments; Fire damage; Superior Ave.; East Cleveland; Ruins; Apartment houses
    • Ruins of Ellington Apartments after devastating fire in 1932. "Ellington Fire. Cleveland, Ohio."--verso. On June 7, 1932, fire swept through the Ellington Apartments on the corner of East 9th Street and Superior Avenue. Residents described the...
    • View of steel mills in the Flats from Clark Avenue

    • Steelyards; Steel industry; Flats (Cleveland, Ohio); Clark Ave. (Cleveland, Ohio); Railroad locomotives; railroad tracks
    • "Steel mills from Clark Avenue."--photo verso. A busy steelyard with train locomotives arriving and exiting. The exact date of the photograph is uncertain, however, the presence of the cupolas of St. Theodosius Cathedral and the Terminal Tower in...
    • View of Detroit-Superior Bridge from below on the banks of the Cuyahoga River

    • Detroit-Superior Bridge (Cleveland, Ohio); Veterans Memorial bridge (Cleveland, Ohio); Arch bridges; Bridges, Steel; Cuyahoga River; Bridge construction
    • A view of the Detriot-Superior Bridge from below on the banks of the Cuyagoa River. The Detroit-Superior Bridge first opened to traffic on Thanksgiving Day, 1917 as Cleveland's first high-level bridge over the Cuyahoga River. In 1989 it was...
    • 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...
    • Spry Eddie Dork leaps a table in the newsroom

    • Dork, Edward; Photographers; Photojournalism; Cleveland News Co.; Newspapers
    • "Eddie still as a young man on the [illegible]. 1942"--photo verso. Even though in the news business for more than three decades, Eddie still has enough energy and agility to leap a desk in the newsroom while awaiting the next news assignment.
    • 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...
    • Scene of destruction from the West Park tornado of 1953

    • West Park (Cleveland, Ohio); Tornadoes; Natural disasters; Homelessness
    • A refrigerator and washer/dryer are all that remains of a house after the deadly West Park tornado ripped through Cleveland's West side on June 8, 1953. The exact location of this photograph is unknown but the neighborhood of West Park suffered the...
    • S.S. Theodor Roosevelt docked at Cedar Point

    • S.S. Theodore Roosevelt; Cleveland-Cedar Point Steamship Company; Steamships; Cedar Point (Sandusky, Ohio); Lake Erie
    • View of the steamship Theodor Roosevelt docked at Cedar Point. In the 1940s the Theodore Roosevelt wa part of the Cleveland-Cedar Point Steamship Co. which ferried passengers from Cleveland to Cedar Point from June to Labor Day. "Bea & children at...
    • S.S. Carrollton travels the Cuyahoga River

    • S.S. Carrollton; Saginaw Dock and Terminal Co.; Steamships; Cuyahoga River; Tugboats
    • "Cuyahoga River"--photo verso. S.S. Carrolton travels along the Cuyahoga River. The exterior of the boat reads "Carrollton, Wilmington DE," the home port of the Carrollton. From 1938 to 1957 the Saginaw Dock & Terminal Co. in Cleveland operated...
    • Reading the headlines at the Hippodrome

    • Hippodrome; Cleveland News Co.; Newspaper headlines; Prohibition; Photojournalism
    • At the Hippo '22"--photo verso. The news headline on Cleveland News reads "U.S. Rum Ring Quiz on." The Hippodrome Theater was located in an office building at 720 Euclid Avenue. The stage of the Hippodrome was large enough to host large scale...
    • Plain Dealer reporter Doris O'Donnell

    • O'Donnell, Doris; Cleveland Press; Cleveland Plain Dealer; Journalism; Journalists; Reporters
    • Cleveland reporter Doris O'Donnell holding a rifle. Her journalism career spanned nearly six decades covering national stories including the assassinations of President John Kennedy, Senator Robery Kennedy, and Marting Luther King Jr as well as...
    • Perry Cragg celebrates 35 years as Cleveland News photographer

    • Cragg, Perry; Dork, Edward; Horton, Jerry; Cleveland News Co.; Photographers; Photojournalists; Newspapers
    • Jerry Horton and unknown Cleveland News employee with Perry Cragg in celebration of his 35 years with the Cleveland News as photographer. "Jerry Horton, Cleveland News photographer. Perry Cragg, Cleveland News photographer (head boss of...

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