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    • Heights Jewish Center (Cleveland Heights, Ohio)

    • Automobiles; Driveways; Fences; Heights Jewish Center; Houses; Shrubs; Sidewalks; Synagogues; Trees
    • Black-and-white photograph of Heights Jewish Center, 14274 Superior Road. The house was built as a residence ca. 1909 on the estate of Louisa Stone and operated for a time as the Rest Haven Sanitarium. According to the history of The Heights Jewish...
    • White Motor Co. original factory

    • Automotive Industry; Factories; White Motor Company
    • "Factories - White ... In their early days, the White Co. occupied this small factory on Canal St. Thomas H. White founded the industry and moved here from Orange, Mass, in 1893. At first sewing-machines only manufactured roller skates and they...
    • 33106 Lake Rd., Avon Lake, Ohio

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Dwellings
    • The residence (33106 Lake Rd., Avon Lake, Ohio) of Maggie Flannigan Hench and her husband, Simeon ("Wood") Mills. Maggie purchased the property from the Sheldon family and had the house moved there. Eventually, Maggie bought the property to the...
    • Klingshirn home on Webber Road

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); houses
    • "2003 Late Summer - Webber Road home of Allan A. and Barbara A. Klingshirn. Allan purchased the home and farm from his parents the year he and Barbara were married in 1955. His parents, Albert and Theresa, built and moved into the smaller home...
    • William Mills

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); Men
    • William Mills (18 JUL 1824 - 27 FEB 1918) moved to Avon Lake, Ohio, in 1895 to live with his son, Simeon Woodrow, and daughter-in-law Maggie Flannigan Mills, where he lived until 1907 or 1908, when he went to live with his daughter, Sarah. Mills...
    • Moore Road School in Avon Township

    • Avon Lake (Ohio); One-room schools; schools
    • School picture circa 1914. Anson Titus built the first log school on his property the present-day corner of Lake and Moore Roads around 1850. It was moved to the northwest corner circa 1856, then rebuilt in brick in 1874 on the southwest corner.
    • The Avon Lake Senior High School in 1941

    • Avon Lake High School; Avon Lake (Ohio)
    • Exterior view of Avon Lake Senior High School in Avon Lake, Ohio in 1941. When junior high grades were moved to Learwood School in 1960, it became just Avon Lake High School.
    • Dean Dairy (Cleveland Heights, Ohio)

    • Barns; Bicycles & tricycles; Carriages & coaches; Carts & wagons; Children; Chimneys; Dean Dairy Company; Driveways; Hats; Horses; Houses; Lawns; Men; Porches; Trees; Women
    • Copy of black-and-white photograph of Dean Dairy, ca. 1900. Photos shows house along with several members of the Dean family--three adults and five children. This large Queen Anne house has much Eastlake and Shingle style detailing at the porch...
    • Veterans Memorial Bridge #84

    • Bridges; Arch bridges; Veterans Memorial Bridge; Detroit-Superior Bridge; Veterans Memorial Bridge (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "Veterans Memorial Bridge Rehabilitation. Looking East from the outside Eastbound lane, Span 3. First East and Westbound traffic across the bridge. Note Dick Enterprise crew on the South outside lanes working on guardrail installation. Air...
    • Burton Public Library

    • Burton Public Library; Libraries
    • Photograph of the Burton Public Library, 1965. Burton Public Library originally opened in January of 1910. The library has moved on numerous occasions, but found its permanent home (seen in this photo) in what had formerly been the Second High...
    • Blackboard with Lesson found at Burton Public Library

    • Burton Public Library; Libraries; Classrooms; Blackboards
    • A blackboard with lesson on it found during renovation of the library, 1981. Burton Public Library moved into the second high school in 1937, thus this lesson probably dates back to the mid 1930's.
    • Grave of J. L. Weatherly

    • Cemeteries; Erie St. Cemetery; Weatherly, J. L.
    • "Cleveland's Erie Street Cemetery finally received a fund, willed a half century ago, to keep the grass cut on the grave of J.L Weatherly, founder and first President of the Cleveland Chamber of Commerce's parent Board of Trade of Cleveland. Mary...

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