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    • A. Nosek and Sons, Inc. Funeral Home

    • Funeral homes and Funeral practices; A. Nosek and Sons, Inc.
    • "A. Nosek and Sons, Inc. Funeral Directors. Our beautiful Maplewood Home is located on a ten acre wooded site, with private lake, ensuring a peaceful and serene environment. This home is conveniently located, private parking, selection room and...
    • A. Nosek and Sons, Inc. Funeral Home

    • Funeral homes and Funeral practices; East 55th St.; A. Nosek and Sons
    • "A. Nosek and Sons, Inc. Funeral Directors. Our beautiful Cleveland Home has served the Southeast area for over sixty years. This centrally located home has four chapels, completely air-conditioned, selection room, pipe organ and family parking....
    • 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.
    • 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....
    • Bob Hope announcing Indians game

    • Radio stations; WJW Radio; Hope, Bob; Actors; Cleveland Indians; Baseball
    • "This is Bob - announcing the baseball game - Hope. The only trouble was that Hope didn't announce the game. He described everything in the park but the ball game, and ended up asking Jimmy Dudley, 'Isn't the sponsor Leisy Beer?' Outside of...
    • 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...
    • Character Arts Photographers

    • Photographers; Photographic studios; Buckeye Rd.; Advertising cards
    • "We've got the NEW LOOK at Character Arts; A personal invitation to you to visit us in our newly remodeled and redocorated studio. THE NEW LOOK of our studio is keyed to your comfort, with fresh ideas in modern decor, and completely...
    • 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...
    • Corrigan Funeral Homes

    • Funeral Homes and Funeral practices; Lorain Ave.; Corrigan Funeral Homes
    • "Corrigan Funeral Homes, Lorain Ave. at West 148th St., Cleveland, Ohio. Lorain Ave. at West 208th St., Fairview Park, Ohio. Two modern, beautifully appointed funeral homes, nine spacious chapels completely Air Conditioned. Casket display room....
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Exterior of St. Paul Catholic Church

    • Saint Paul Catholic Church (Euclid, Ohio); Catholic churches; Centennial celebrations
    • "Official centennial Sunday at St. Paul Church, 1231 Chardon Rd., Euclid, will be Nov. 13 with Archbishop Edward F. Hoban scheduled to preside at the 12:15 mass. Photo shows the church which has been completely remodeled and redecorated for the...

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