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    • Weights and measures

    • Weights & measures
    • "Down with the pound: These accurate stainless steel weights will have to be changed to meet the meter, if and when the metric system is adopted by the United States. Although conversion costs to industry is expected to reach into the billions,...
    • Brush Beryllium Co. dies

    • Metalwork; Metalworking industries; Metal castings; Industry; Factories; Brush Beryllium Co.
    • "High-strength dies made of beryllium are taking the place of tool steel dies, Brush Beryllium Co. says. This beryllium-nickel die is being used in extruding aluminum channels for glass doors. It is the first time such an application has been made...
    • Sale representative at Public Square

    • Advertising; Public Square (Cleveland, Ohio); Shaving
    • "James Mullin, sales representative for the Colton Co. here walked out on Public Square yesterday, squirted shaving cream over himself and shaved. Why? To publicize a new Colton product, self-heating shaving cream which heats up to 150 degrees when...
    • Jim Brown touchdown run, Cleveland Browns host New York Giants, 1958

    • Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1946-1995); Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1958); New York Giants (Football team); Brown, Jim; Tunnell, Emlen; McClung, Willie; Renfro, Ray; Karilivacz, Carl
    • "Jim Brown (left) touchdown 2nd qtr. (45 - NY) Emlen Tunnell, (78-CLE) Willie McClung, (26-CLE) Ray Renfro, (21-NY) Carl Karilivacz." -- photo verso. "WEEK 6 - The Browns' first loss [of the season] is a 21-17 clunker against the Giants at...
    • Gaither House

    • Geauga County Historical Society; Houses
    • "LANDMARK IN BURTON SINCE 1817 was saved from the destruction when it was moved to make way for a service station. Known as the Gaither House after one of its occupants, it also served as Burton's first post office a few years after it was built....
    • Future site of Mentor Library branch

    • Mentor (Ohio)
    • "Mentor Library Branch will be established in the vacant Salida School on Lake Shore Blvd. within a month. The branch, staffed by volunteers, will be open Tuesdays, Wednesday and Saturdays. The Library Board agreed to pay $1 per year plus...
    • Nickel Plate Road Bridge being built across Cuyahoga River in 1955

    • Nickel Plate Railroad Bridges; Bridge construction; Vertical lift bridges; Railroad bridges; Cuyahoga River; Bridges, Steel; Norfolk Western Corp.; Nickel Plate Railroad Cuyahoga River Bridge; Bridges, Concrete
    • "NKP Rail Road Bridge across the River." Newspaper clipping on back reads,"Due to be completed about July 1, this $5,000,000 Nickel Plate Road bridge is part of the $21,000,000 program for relieving Cuyahoga River navigation bottlenecks with six...
    • Forest View Road construction postponed

    • Mentor (Ohio); Road construction
    • "Peaceable Forest View RD. in Mentor is the center of a caustic quarrel in City Council after Council moved to delay repairs because of a dispute in construction costs. Residents of Forest View earlier had signed a petition calling for repairs. It...
    • Superior Ave. Bridge Over Liberty Blvd.

    • Bridges; Schweinfurth, Charles F.; Doan Brook; Superior Avenue Bridge over Doan Brook (Cleveland, Ohio); Rockefeller Park; Martin Luther King Jr. Drive (Cleveland, Ohio); Superior Ave.; Bridges, Composite; Bridges, Arch; Masonry
    • "Superior Ave. Bridge Over Liberty Blvd."--photo verso. Built in 1900, the Superior Avenue Bridge is 145 feet long. John D. Rockefeller contributed the first $100,000 to Cleveland for extra costs involved in the ornamentation.
    • Superior Avenue Bridge in Cleveland, Ohio in 1979

    • Bridges, Composite; Superior Avenue Bridge over Doan Brook (Cleveland, Ohio); Rockefeller, John D.; Schweinfurth, Charles F.; Masonry; Rockefeller Park; Martin Luther King Jr. Drive (Cleveland, Ohio); Doan Brook
    • "Superior Ave. Bridge over Liberty Blvd."--photo verso. Built in 1900, this bridge is 145 feet long. John D. Rockefeller contributed the first $100,000 to Cleveland for extra costs involved in the ornamentation.
    • East 55th St.

    • Railroad tracks; East 55th St.
    • "The train tracks on East 55th St. just north of St. Clair Ave. are in terrible shape and need repair. They caused us a disabled car late at night and we had to pay a tow charge. Can you do anything to get them repaired? -- H.L. Action Line...
    • Garden Blvd. in 1956

    • Garden Blvd. (Cleveland, Ohio); Street maintenance & repair
    • "This is muddy Garden Blvd., boundary line between Cleveland and Warrensville Heights. Some of the lots on the Cleveland side are owned by Builder Arthur Heiner, who will discuss proposals for a three-way split of paving costs with Warrensville...
    • Letter Carriers' Band, Cleveland, O.

    • Bands; Letter carriers
    • "We are the Convention Boosting Committee of the National Association of Letter Carriers. We are trying to land our next convention HERE, and that costs money. Now here is your chance to BOOST..." -- front of card.

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