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    • 13601-05 Detroit Avenue

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Detroit Ave. (Lakewood, Ohio);
    • One story brick commercial building on the southwest corner of Detroit and Elbur Ave.; location of The Switchboard tavern, Econ-o-Wash, and DiCarlo's Famous Pizza.
    • 13601-07 Detroit Avenue

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Detroit Ave. (Lakewood, Ohio);
    • Looking west along the storefront of the renovated one story brick commercial building on the southwest corner of Detroit and Elbur Ave.; location of The Switchboard tavern, Econ-o-Wash, DiCarlo's Famous Pizza., and the Animal Clinic of Lakewood.
    • 13605 Detroit Avenue

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Detroit Ave. (Lakewood, Ohio);
    • Looking along the south side of Detroit Ave. towards Econ-O-Wash, 13605 Detroit; DiCarlo's Famous Pizza, 13607 Detroit; and Metro Beauty Supply, 13609 Detroit Ave.
    • 1904 Templin Company seed catalog

    • Agriculture; Urban agriculture; Seeds; Seed trade; Plants; Nurseries (Horticulture); School gardens; School children; Urban beautification; Mail-order businesses; Catalogs
    • "1904 Templin's 'Ideal' seeds. plants, bulbs. etc.; the famous new ostrich plume Boston fern, see page 112; L. Templin & Sons, Calla, Ohio.
    • 4213 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, Ohio

    • Restaurants
    • Music as you like. Enjoy the finest foods and liquors in a true continental atmosphere as the guest of Florindo Luccioni Cleveland's World Renowned Restaurateur. World's famous Opera stars have made Luccioni's their favorite place to dine when in...
    • Elisabeth Severance Allen Prentiss

    • Prentiss, Elisabeth Severance Allen; Elisabeth Severance Prentiss Foundation; Philanthropy; Allen Memorial Medical Library (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • Portrait of Elisabeth Prentiss in 1942. "Mrs Francis F Prentiss [photo by W.J.Edmonson, Cleveland artist"--photo verso
    • "El Kid"

    • Dubow, Art; El Kid; Manry, Robert N.; Tinkerbelle; Sailboats; Boats
    • View of "El Kid" sailboat, designed and built by owner Art Dubow of Stamford Connecticut. According to Mr. Dubow, the boat was constructed by carefully copying the basic elements derived from photographs of Robert Manry's "Tinkerbelle," which was...
    • "El Kid"

    • Dubow, Art; El Kid; Manry, Robert N.; Tinkerbelle; Sailboats; Boats
    • Side view of "El Kid" sailboat, designed and built by owner Art Dubow of Stamford Connecticut. According to Mr. Dubow, the boat was constructed by carefully copying the basic elements derived from photographs of Robert Manry's "Tinkerbelle," which...
    • "El Kid" docked

    • Dubow, Art; El Kid; Manry, Robert N.; Tinkerbelle; Sailboats; Boats; Docks
    • View of "El Kid" sailboat, designed and built by owner Art Dubow of Stamford Connecticut. According to Mr. Dubow, the boat was constructed by carefully copying the basic elements derived from photographs of Robert Manry's "Tinkerbelle," which was...
    • "El Kid" near dock

    • Dubow, Art; El Kid; Manry, Robert N.; Tinkerbelle; Sailboats; Boats; Docks
    • View of "El Kid" sailboat, designed and built by owner Art Dubow of Stamford Connecticut. According to Mr. Dubow, the boat was constructed by carefully copying the basic elements derived from photographs of Robert Manry's "Tinkerbelle," which was...
    • "Justice" statue from the Cuyahoga County Courthouse

    • Justice; Terminal Tower Complex (Cleveland, Ohio); Sculpture; Junkyards;
    • "Once the pride of Cleveland, when it stood atop the old county courthouse in civil war days, the famous statue of Justice, is here shown discarded in a junk dealers yard in the 'Flats' district" -- photo verso. The Terminal Tower Group is pictured...
    • "Locker room" in League Park

    • League Park (Cleveland, Ohio); Baseball; Stadiums; Locker rooms
    • League Park is located at E. 66th. and Lexington Ave in Cleveland. Built in the late 1800s, the ballpark was the site of numerous historic sports moments, including Cleveland Indians pitcher Bob Feller's first game (1936), the first unassisted...
    • Adult Choir of the Euclid Avenue Baptist Church

    • Euclid Ave. Baptist Church; Baptist churches; Choirs (Music); Churches
    • "The Adult Choir of the Euclid Avenue Baptist Church, Cleveland, Ohio, comprises 110 trained singers, and is rated as one of the finest church choirs in the United States. This is one of four such choirs in the church under the direction of Mr. and...
    • Al Capp's press float in the parade

    • Cleveland; Christmas; Floats (Parades); Parades
    • "Al Capp himself will referee as Daisy Mae chases Li'l Abner right down Euclid Ave. in The Press CHRISTMAS CARNIVAL PARADE on Sunday, Nov. 26. The creator of the famous Press comic strip will be here in Cleveland to head a special Sadie Hawkins...
    • Al Koran Temple parade vehicle

    • Cleveland; Mosques; Parades
    • “Albert H. Fiebach, member of Cleveland’s Al Koran Temple and Past Imperial Potentate of the national Shrine organization, rides in high style down New York’s famous Fifth Avenue in a special Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight convertible, one of a fleet of...
    • Albert Balog funeral

    • Gypsies; Funeral processions; Bands; Violins; Music ensembles; Romanies
    • "Photo caption: A score of gypsy musicians played a final farewell to viola and violin player Albert Balog in front of his home at 1736 Fulton Rd. today. (Press Photo by Bill Nehez)

      Article: By Dick Feagler

      A score of gypsy...

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