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    • 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.
    • War Cross ship at dock

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

    • American Ship Building Company; Shipping; Boat & ship industry; Boat & ship companies
    • Ships tied up near drydock at what's believed to be an American Ship Building Co. dock, 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 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.
    • Ships in drydocks

    • American Ship Building Company; Shipping; Boat & ship industry; Boat & ship companies
    • Two ships in drydock at what's believed to be an American Ship Building Co. dock, 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.
    • Dot Art - Materials Park

    • American Society for Metals; ASM World Headquarters; Fuller, R. Buckminster (Richard Buckminster), 1895-1983; Geodesic domes; Kelly, John Terence; Materials Park; Metals Park; Space Lattice; Mineral Garden; Eisenman, William Hunt
    • Emerging from clusters of black and white dots of various densities, Materials Park, the World Headquarters of the American Society for Metals (ASM), takes shape. Situated on 45 acres of property in Russel Township, Ohio, Materials Park (formerly...
    • David Robinson Century Home at Sunnimoor Farm

    • American Society for Metals; Materials Park; Sunnimoor Farm; David Robinson Century Home
    • The David Robinson homestead, shown in the background here, was built by David Robinson in Geauga County in 1867 using locally-made bricks. The land as well as the brick farmhouse were purchased by William H. Eisenman of the American Society for...
    • Unitarian Society (Cleveland Heights, Ohio)

    • Apartments; Automobiles; Churches; Lawns; Sidewalks; Stairways; Trees; Unitarian Society Of Cleveland; Unitarian Universalist churches
    • The property at 2728 Lancashire Rd in Cleveland Heights was purchased in 1949 by Maramaras B’nai Jacob Jewish Center now known as the Green Road Synagogue. The architect was Louis Skolnick. It was sold by the Synagogue in 1971 to the Unitarian...
    • Portage Apartments

    • Apartments; Real estate business; Mayfield Rd.
    • "Sold for $190,000 through Rich Realty Company, the Portage Apartments building at 2688 Mayfield Rd. consists of 51 suites. Henry I. Katz, 1900 Euclid Ave., bought the property from Leonard and Carol Cowan and other investors. Suites in the...
    • Cleveland Baptist Temple

    • Architecture, sacred; Baptist churches; Tremont; Cleveland; West 14th Street (Cleveland, Ohio); Gothic revival (architecture); Cleveland Baptist Temple; Baptists; Germans; Emmanuel Evangelical United Brethren Church; Brethren churches; Pentecostal...
    • Cleveland Baptist Temple 2536 West 14th. 1908. This church was the former Emmanuel Evangelical United Brethren Church made up of a German congregation. Because of a declining German population in the area, the church was sold in 1968 to the...

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