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  • Description: postcards
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    • Walk in Over Cast Light

    • Bridges; Superior Viaduct (Cleveland, Ohio); Veterans Memorial Bridge (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "Cleveland Images", a series of postcards inspired by the Cleveland area by Ohio artists, was produced in conjunction with the 1984 Ohio Arts Council Annual Policy meeting, hosted by the arts institutions and organizations of Greater Cleveland, The...
    • Two Bridges

    • Bridges
    • "Cleveland Images", a series of postcards inspired by the Cleveland area by Ohio Arts Council Annual Policy meeting, hosted by the arts institutions and organizations of Greater Cleveland, the City of Cleveland and the Cuyahoga County Cultural...
    • Hotel Euclid, Ca. 1912

    • Hotels; Euclid Ave.; Euclid Hotel; East 14th St.; Playhouse Square Center
    • "Cleveland Sixth City"--written on the front of the card. During thise period in Cleveland's History, Ca. 1912, many postcards and advertisements proclaimed her the Sixth City. By 1920 Cleveland reached it's peak as the Fifth City.
    • Greetings from Cleveland Ohio

    • Garfield Monument (Cleveland, Ohio); Main Ave. Bridge; Playhouse Square Center; Auditoriums; Cleveland Municipal Stadium (Cleveland, Ohio);Terminal Tower Complex (Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland Hopkins International Airport; Museum of Contemporary Art...
    • "Greetings from Cleveland, Ohio" A group of postcards featuring Cleveland landmarks such as the Garfield Memorial
    • Shaker High School, Shaker Heights, Ohio

    • Shaker Heights High School; Shaker Heights; Schools; High Schools
    • "Message: Your high school can make money. From the sale of genuine photographic postcards such as this sample. Give some worthy organization in your school the chance to make extra money by selling pictures of your school. Everyone is a prospect...
    • Ship and tub in river

    • American Ship Building Company; Shipping; Boat & ship industry; Boat & ship companies
    • A ship and a tug in the river at what's believed to be the American Ship Building Co., on the Cuyahoga or Lorain rivers, ca. 1917. Album was property of Frank Erwin, though the photographer is uncertain as a couple of the images were postcards.
    • Ship in drydocks

    • American Ship Building Company; Shipping; Boat & ship industry; Boat & ship companies
    • A ship in drydock at the American Ship Building Co. dock, on the Cuyahoga River, ca. 1917. Album was property of Frank Erwin, though the photographer is uncertain as a couple of the images were postcards.
    • Ship in Amercian Ship Builder Co. drydock

    • American Ship Building Company; Shipping; Boat & ship industry; Boat & ship companies
    • A ship in drydock at the American Ship Building Co., on the Cuyahoga River, ca. 1917. Album was property of Frank Erwin, though the photographer is uncertain as a couple of the images were postcards.
    • Dedication of Johnson's Island Monument

    • Dedications; Flags; Crowds; Monuments & memorials; Johnson's Island Confederate Cemetery (Ottawa County, Ohio); Johnson's Island Military Prison (Ottawa County, Ohio); Civil War; Soldiers; Sandusky (Ohio)
    • One of 3 postcards of the Johnson's Island Monument Dedication, 1910, before monument was unveiled.
    • Dedication of Johnson's Island Monument

    • Dedications; Monuments & memorials; Johnson's Island Confederate Cemetery (Ottawa County, Ohio); Johnson's Island Military Prison (Ottawa County, Ohio); Civil War; Soldiers; Sandusky (Ohio)
    • One of 3 postcards of the Johnson's Island Monument Dedication, 1910, monument from the front.

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