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    • 12725-29 Woodland Avenue, S.E.

    • Woodland Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Larchmere Boulevard (Cleveland, Ohio); T.W. Grogan Company
    • Two-story brick and frame building with two stores and two apartments built in 1923. Location of Beck's Delicatessen, 12725 North Woodland; and Pinella Food Market, 12729 North Woodland. North Woodland Road is incorrectly named here, as "North" was...
    • 12725-29 Woodland Avenue, S.E.

    • Woodland Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Larchmere Boulevard (Cleveland, Ohio); T.W. Grogan Company
    • Two-story brick and frame building with two stores and two apartments built in 1923. Location of Beck's Delicatessen, 12725 North Woodland; and Pinella Food Market, 12729 North Woodland. North Woodland Road is incorrectly named here, as "North" was...
    • 1475 Warren Road - Lakewood High School

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Lakewood High School; Warren Rd. (Lakewood, Ohio); Lakewood Public Schools
    • Lakewood High School's second location was at 1475 Warren Rd., the present site of the United States Post Office. Built in 1904, it served as the high school until the present facility at Franklin Blvd. and Bunts Rd. opened in 1918. Renamed Wilson...
    • 1475 Warren Road - Wilson School

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Wilson School; Warren Rd. (Lakewood, Ohio); Lakewood High School; Lakewood Public Schools
    • Originally the second location of Lakewood High School, the building at 1475 Warren Rd. was renamed Wilson School after the High School moved to Franklin Blvd. and Bunts Rd. in 1918 and was used to relieve overcrowded conditions at Grant Elementary...
    • 1475 Warren Road - Wilson School

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Wilson School; Warren Rd. (Lakewood, Ohio); Lakewood High School
    • Originally the second location of Lakewood High School, the building at 1475 Warren Rd. was renamed Wilson School after the High School moved to Franklin Blvd. and Bunts Rd. in 1918 and was used to relieve overcrowded conditions at Grant Elementary...
    • 21st Street Bridge construction in Lorain, Ohio

    • Bridge construction; Lofton Henderson Memorial Bridge (Lorain, Ohio); Black River; Truss bridges; Bridges, Steel
    • Construction of East 21st Street Bridge across the Black River in Lorain, Ohio. With construction starting in 1938, the bridge has a massive 1,700 foot single span 'Through Truss Cantilever Style'. The 21st Street High Level was renamed the Lofton...
    • 21st Street Bridge looking west in 1940

    • Bridge construction; Lofton Henderson Memorial Bridge (Lorain, Ohio); Black River; Bridges, Steel; Truss bridges
    • Shows the newly constructed 21st Street Bridge in Lorain, Ohio. This bridge spans across the Black River. The 21st Street High Level was renamed the Lofton Henderson Memorial Bridge on October 21, 1991, after Major Lofton Henderson, of Lorain, who...
    • Bliss hall ext 2

    • Fenn College; Bliss Hall; Dormitories; Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland State University
    • Once part of "Millionaires' Row" along Euclid Ave., the James Jared Tracy house was renamed "Bliss Hall" and used as a women's dormitory, 1943-1951. It was named in honor of Loretta Bliss who contributed for the furnishings. The house was razed in...
    • Bliss Hall int 1

    • Fenn College; Bliss Hall; Dormitories; Cleveland State University
    • First floor living area in Bliss Hall. Once part of "Millionaires' Row" along Euclid Ave., the James Jared Tracy house was renamed "Bliss Hall" and used as a women's dormitory, 1943-1951. It was named in honor of Loretta Bliss who contributed for...
    • Bliss Hall int 2

    • Fenn College; Bliss Hall; Dormitories; Cleveland State University
    • The dining room in Bliss Hall. Once part of "Millionaires' Row" along Euclid Ave., the James Jared Tracy house was renamed "Bliss Hall" and used as a women's dormitory, 1943-1951. It was named in honor of Loretta Bliss who contributed for the...
    • Bliss Hall int 3

    • Fenn College; Bliss Hall; Dormitories; Cleveland State University
    • First floor living area in Bliss Hall. Once part of "Millionaires' Row" along Euclid Ave., the James Jared Tracy house was renamed "Bliss Hall" and used as a women's dormitory, 1943-1951. It was named in honor of Loretta Bliss who contributed for...
    • Bliss Hall int 4

    • Fenn College; Bliss Hall; Dormitories; Cleveland State University
    • First floor living area in Bliss Hall. Once part of "Millionaires' Row" along Euclid Ave., the James Jared Tracy house was renamed "Bliss Hall" and used as a women's dormitory, 1943-1951. It was named in honor of Loretta Bliss who contributed for...
    • Bliss Hall int 5

    • Fenn College; Bliss Hall; Dormitories; Cleveland State University
    • First floor living area in Bliss Hall. Once part of "Millionaires' Row" along Euclid Ave., the James Jared Tracy house was renamed "Bliss Hall" and used as a women's dormitory, 1943-1951. It was named in honor of Loretta Bliss who contributed for...
    • Bliss Hall int 6

    • Fenn College; Bliss Hall; Dormitories; Cleveland State University
    • A bedroom in Bliss Hall. Once part of "Millionaires' Row" along Euclid Ave., the James Jared Tracy house was renamed "Bliss Hall" and used as a women's dormitory, 1943-1951. It was named in honor of Loretta Bliss who contributed for the...
    • Bliss Hall int 7

    • Fenn College; Bliss Hall; Dormitories; Cleveland State University
    • A bedroom in Bliss Hall. Once part of "Millionaires' Row" along Euclid Ave., the James Jared Tracy house was renamed "Bliss Hall" and used as a women's dormitory, 1943-1951. It was named in honor of Loretta Bliss who contributed for the...
    • Bliss Hall

    • Fenn College; Bliss Hall; Dormitories; Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland State University
    • Once part of "Millionaires' Row" along Euclid Ave., the James Jared Tracy house was renamed "Bliss Hall" and used as a women's dormitory, 1943-1951. It was named in honor of Loretta Bliss who contributed for the furnishings. The house was razed in...

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