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    • 17813-17917 Detroit Avenue

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Detroit Ave. (Lakewood, Ohio)
    • Looking west across the south side of Detroit Ave showing H. W. Thayer & Son, Inc., 17813 Detroit; Carole Beauty Shop, 17815 Detroit; and Bamboo Inc., 17817 Detroit Ave. This building also housed the Lakewood Little Theater.
    • 1910 Fire in Seville, Ohio

    • Fire; Fire fighting; Business districts; Buildings
    • Volunteer fire fighters work to squelch the blaze at the Walker Building in Seville. It housed a drugstore and four other businesses. The druggist, Mr. Frank Saal, Clarence Foster and Warren Clapp were injured in the fire. Frank Saal later died of...
    • "Ankara" Un-pop art postcard

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Poets; Artists; Art; Letterpress works; Prints; Postcards; Watercolors; High, Marquita G.; Taylor, Kent
    • "Ankara" - d.a. levy, Renegade Press, August 1963. "Un-Pop Art Postcard. Hand-printed. Cleveland, Ohio" -- card verso. Hand-colored by levy.

      Postcard belonged to native Clevelander Marquita High; she was given the card by poet Kent Taylor...
    • A Study Tour of Sunnimoor Farm

    • Sunnimoor Farm; World Metallurgical Congress
    • Caption: "The two hundred overseas conferees gathered at Sunnimoor that day had just come in from two weeks of study tours in a number of important industrial cities and yet had some three weeks more of study tours to follow. So it seemed nothing...
    • Appendix to the Minutes of Evidence [e-book]

    • Bridges; London Bridge (London, England); Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords
    • In 1829 legislation was submitted to the British Parliament, regarding improvements to the approaches to London Bridge. Referred to a Lord’s Committee, a report was issued, this being the appendix of exhibits offered in support. Note especially the...
    • Architectural model of University-Euclid proposal

    • University Circle (Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland; Parking garages; Architectural models; Research facilities;
    • "A PEDESTRIAN WALK on a plaza level 16 feet above the existing grade is one of the features in the first phase of a proposed $14,000,000 industrial research center in Cleveland's University-Euclid renewal area. Three buildings of four to eight...
    • Avon Lake Public Library in Avon Lake, Ohio in 1941

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Public libraries; Avon Lake Public Library
    • Exterior of the old Avon Lake Public Library in 1941. Library was located on east side of Center Rd. (now known as Avon-Belden Rd.) just south of Avon Lake School. It housed the Library from 1931 through 1958.
    • Bud's Tavern and Carry-out in Oberlin, Ohio in 1964

    • Oberlin (Ohio); Bars; Historic buildings; Main Street (Oberlin, Ohio)
    • “Bud’s Place in Oberlin” -- photo verso. Bud's Tavern and Carry-Out on Main Street in downtown Oberlin, Ohio in 1964. Part of the Oberlin Historic Downtown District, the building which once housed Bud's Tavern currently houses The Feve in Oberlin,...
    • Central High School, East Liverpool, Ohio

    • East Liverpool (Ohio); Schools; Clock towers; Fourth Street
    • The Central High School building was torn down. Mr. Frank Dawson helped fund the building of the 126-ft clock tower that commemorates the old Central High School Building that once stood in its place. The East Liverpool High School Alumni...
    • Central High School, East Liverpool, Ohio

    • East Liverpool (Ohio); Schools; Fourth Street
    • The Central High School building was torn down. Mr. Frank Dawson helped fund the building of the 126-ft clock tower that commemorates the old Central High School Building that once stood in its place. The East Liverpool High School Alumni...
    • Central YMCA Building

    • Fenn College; YMCA School of Technology; Prospect Ave. (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • The Central Cleveland YMCA Building on the southeast corner of Prospect Ave. and East 22nd St.; location the YMCA's education program, it housed two classrooms and two laboratories.
    • Ceremonial dances at Sunnimoor Farm

    • Sunnimoor Farm; World Metallurgical Congress
    • Caption: "Then followed the ceremonial dances of the tribe given in authentic costume, movement and rhythm. (Above-two of the younger members of the tribe give "touch greeting" to the overseas guests.)" On September 29, 1951, William H. Eisenman...
    • Chief Sunnimoor

    • Sunnimoor Farm; Chief Sunnimoor; World Metallurgical Congress
    • Caption: "Smoking pipe of peace and joining in invitation to overseas conferees." On September 29, 1951, William H. Eisenman and his wife, Mill, hosted conferees of the first World Metallurgical Congress to a re-enactment of early Native American...

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