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    • New Cleveland Warehouse Bldg.

    • Patterson-Sargent Company; Paint industry; Industrial facilities; Warehouses; Hamilton Ave. (Cleveland, Ohio); Construction
    • “Another section of a building purchased for Cleveland Warehouse. This is a two-story buildings with 4100 square feet of space on each floor.”
    • Conveyor in new warehouse building

    • Patterson-Sargent Company; Paint industry; Industrial facilities; Warehouses; Hamilton Ave. (Cleveland, Ohio); Factory workers; Workers; Employees
    • “Conveyor speeds finished Product ready for shipment thru tunnel – from Factory to Warehouse, length of conveyor 200 feet – May 9, 1946.” -- photo verso.
    • New Warehouse Bldg.

    • Patterson-Sargent Company; Paint industry; Industrial facilities; Warehouses; Hamilton Ave. (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • “Exterior View of the New Warehouse Building – Railroad Level with second floor – building has floor space of 28,700 square feet – May 21, 1946.”
    • New Berylite Mills

    • Patterson-Sargent Company; Paint industry; Industrial facilities; Warehouses; Hamilton Ave. (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • “New Berylite Mills – 6 feet diameter, 14 feet long – each mill can produce 6,000 gallons of Paint every 24 hours – Aug. 19, 1946.”
    • Old Section of Warehouse

    • Patterson-Sargent Company; Paint industry; Industrial facilities; Warehouses; Hamilton Ave. (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • “Old Section of Warehouse showing stock of BPS Paint. This building has floor space of 7400 square feet – May 9, 1946.”
    • Conveyor in New Warehouse Bldg.

    • Patterson-Sargent Company; Paint industry; Industrial facilities; Warehouses; Hamilton Ave. (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • “Section of the New Warehouse Building showing conveyor at extreme left. 16000 square feet of floor space on this floor.”
    • New Cleveland Warehouse Bldg.

    • Patterson-Sargent Company; Paint industry; Industrial facilities; Warehouses; Hamilton Ave. (Cleveland, Ohio);
    • “This is a section of building purchased for New Cleveland Warehouse. Before Painting. Floor Space – 7400 square feet.”
    • Tunnel under Pennsylvania R.R.

    • Patterson-Sargent Company; Paint industry; Industrial facilities; Warehouses; Hamilton Ave. (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • “This Tunnel – 8 feet in diameter and 100 feet long – under the Pennsylvania R. R. Main Line connects the Main Factory with the new Warehouse and Shipping Buildings.”
    • Forest Hill Park Bridge architectural sketch, 1938

    • Forest Hill; Forest Hill Park Pedestrian Bridge (East Cleveland, Ohio); Architectural drawings; Sketches; Bridges, Arch
    • 1938 Artist's rendering of the Forest Hill Park Bridge that was eventually built over Forest Boulevard in East Cleveland, Ohio. Drawing has bridge measurements, the top deck measures 359 feet, the space from the road to the highest part of the...
    • Chester Avenue being widened

    • Chester Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Streets; Construction
    • ''Chester avenue between E. 13th street and E. 17th street was closed to traffic today as workmen began widening the street from 36 feet to 56 feet. The pic- [text cut off] steam shovels used in the work. The work will be completed within a month,...
    • Monticello Road Bridge construction, 1954

    • Bridge construction; Monticello Boulevard Bridge Number 199 (South Euclid, Ohio); Cleveland Metroparks; Euclid Creek
    • "$1,100,000 Monticello Bridge now is under construction by the county. Set for completion next September, it will link Monticello and Wilson Mills Blvd. and provide a new throughway from Cleveland Heights all the way into Gates Mills. Bridge and...
    • "Point of Beginning" Monument for the U.S. Public Land Surveys

    • Historical markers; Surveying; East Liverpool (Ohio); History;Point of beginning; Hutchins, Thomas; Geographers Line; Monuments; Southern Terminal Monument; Land Ordinance 1785
    • "1112 feet south of this spot was the "Point of Beginning" for surveying the public lands of the United States. There on September 30, 1785, Thomas Hutchins, first geographer of the United States began the Geographers' Line of the Seven Ranges. ...
    • Great Lakes Dredge & Dock impermanent intake crib

    • Dredges; Docks; Great Lakes (North America); Interiors; Lakes & ponds; Construction; Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Company
    • "12031 11-6-07 ... George W. Jackson Inc. ... Interior view Intake Crib for S.W. Land & Lake Tunnel - finishing 5th course. Total feet B.M. in Crib 3,000,000" -- photo front.
    • Boy and girl in a Victory garden with gourd and squash, 1943

    • Victory gardens; School gardens; Cleveland Public Schools Horticulture Program; Gardening; Agriculture; Laboratory schools; School children; Local foods; Urban agriculture; Seeds
    • "1943"--photo verso. "FIRST PRIZE WINNER IN NATIONAL VICTORY GARDEN INSTITUTE PHOTOGRAPH CONTEST: 'BOY! WHAT A HONEY!'; Billy Hurst, 6 years old and Marcia Rudy, 5 years old, exhibit some of the produce of their victory garden at the Home of...
    • Stage director trying on costume

    • Cleveland Stadium; Cleveland Municipal Stadium; Opera; Costumes; Stagehands
    • "1: Mrs. jane Smith, in charge of the drapery department of the Laurence Studio, 3433 Carnegie avenue, and Laurette Higgins, head of the studio and assistant stage director of the Stadium Opera Co., observe the fit of one of the headdresses they...
    • Water tower, Halle's

    • Department stores; Halle Brothers Co.; Water towers
    • "300 FEET ABOVE STREET LEVEL, this new 75,000-gallon water tank is being erected above the Halle Bros. Co. It will serve all of the store's buildings as fire protection. Workmen of the Chicago Bridge & Iron Co. are seen swinging the top section of...

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