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    • Academy of Music, around 1888

    • Academy of Music (Cleveland, Ohio); Theaters; West 6th Street (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center
    • The Academy of Music, one of the most celebrated theaters in the country during the second half of the 19th Century. Partly destroyed by fire on 30 June 1889, it was rebuilt only to be completely destroyed by fire on 8 Sept. 1892.
    • David Robinson Century Home at Sunnimoor Farm

    • American Society for Metals; Materials Park; Sunnimoor Farm; David Robinson Century Home
    • The David Robinson homestead, shown in the background here, was built by David Robinson in Geauga County in 1867 using locally-made bricks. The land as well as the brick farmhouse were purchased by William H. Eisenman of the American Society for...
    • Boat available for charter on Lake Erie

    • Boats; Charters; Yachts
    • "Drive it yourself: The Great Lakes' most luxurious charter boats -- daily or extended cruises. Completely equipped, including hot and cold running water, ship to shore radiophone, galley, twin screws, from 25 to 45 ft. Sleep from 5 to 8 persons....
    • Veterans Memorial Bridge #84

    • Bridges; Arch bridges; Veterans Memorial Bridge; Detroit-Superior Bridge; Veterans Memorial Bridge (Cleveland, Ohio); Bridges, Steel; Bridges, Arch
    • "Veterans Memorial Bridge Rehabilitation - Span 1B through Span 4 as seen from atop the County Engineer's Test Lab Building. The bridge is open to traffic. Dick Enterrpises is cleaning up in the parking lot. The S sidewalk rail has not been...
    • Builder's Exchange Building, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Builders Exchange; Cleveland Union Terminal; Downtown Cleveland; Terminal Tower (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "An 18-story unit of the Cleveland Terminal Group, housing many builders' supply companies and their exhibits. An unusual feature is a completely furnished two-story exibition home." --card verso
    • Central National Bank of Cleveland

    • Central National Bank; Banks; Playhouse Square Center
    • "New Playhouse Square office of Central National Bank of Cleveland, located at 1718 Euclid Avenue in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. This new banking office is completely modernized inside and out, and offers customers all usual banking services, plus...
    • City Club Forum: Leo W. Gerard, United Steelworkers of America  [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Gerard, Leo W.; Steel industry; Iron & steel workers; Labor unions; Employment; Labor leaders;...
    • Friday Forum: Leo W. Gerard, international president, United Steelworkers of America discusses the sweeping changes in the steel industry in recent years, including production, mergers/consolidations, and greatly increased demand for steel by...
    • Sinking freighter at Gordon Park

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Waterfronts; Lake Erie; Cargo ships; Jetties; Gordon Park
    • "ABANDON SINKING SHIP is what the city has decided it will have to do, since additional funds to build a protective breakwater around the freighters off Gordon Park will not be available. One of the two ships has rapidly been sinking to the bottom...
    • Investigating cause of the Cleveland Clinic fire

    • Cleveland Clinic Disaster; Disasters; Fires; Hospitals
    • "Investigate cause of Cleveland hospital explosion. Dr. H. L. Rockwood (left) head of City of Cleveland's Investigating Commission and Thomas I. Martinee, deputy state fire marshall, pictured at work, investigating the cause of the explosions in...
    • Gymnasium- Crile General Hospital

    • Crile Hospital; Hospitals; Gymnasiums; Parma (Ohio); Military Hospitals
    • "New, modern, and completely equipped for all types of indoor athletics, the gymnasium has been built particularly for the use of convalescent patients, who engage in a full athletic program in prepration for their return to duty. However, the gym...
    • Screen door made by Alumco, Inc.

    • Doors & doorways; Alumco, Inc.
    • "This beautiful New Youngstowner door is exclusively designed for Alumco, Inc. Exclusive features: 1. 1 5/8" thick frame. 2. Completely concealed hinges. 3. Drip cap built in. 4. Holds over 500 lbs. without sagging. 5. Key lock. 7. Five year...
    • Dunham Tavern Museum

    • Dunham Tavern Museum (Cleveland, Ohio); Euclid Ave.; Galleries & museums
    • "Dunham Tavern Museum Cleveland, Ohio 6709 Euclid Avenue. This building is completely furnished and restored in the tradition of the 1830's and was once a prominent stopping place on the old Buffalo-Cleveland-Detroit stage route. It is now open to...
    • Euclid Avenue Opera House

    • Euclid Avenue Opera House (Cleveland, Ohio); Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Theaters; Playhouse Square Center
    • The Euclid Avenue Opera House opened on September 6, 1875. It was Cleveland's premiere theater up until Playhouse Square was built. It was demolished in 1922. It stood on the southeast corner of Euclid and E. 4th Street (then called Sheriff...

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