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    • 1122 Forest Road

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Forest Rd.
    • Photo shows house just after it had been moved from its original location at 1115 Forest in 1962 to avoid being torn down to make way for construction of the Clifton Park Bridge.
    • 17702 Detroit Avenue - Freuhauf Hardware Store

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Detroit Ave. (Lakewood, Ohio)
    • Expansion works take place as Fruehauf's expand into the site formerly occupied by the Rockway Market. Fruehauf's opened in 1919, next to Rockway Market and expanded into the Rockway site when they began selling electric refrigerators. Fruehauf...
    • 17702 Detroit Avenue - Fruehauf Hardware Company

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Detroit Ave. (Lakewood, Ohio); Hardware stores;
    • Fruehauf's Hardware Store opened in 1919 at 17702 Detroit Ave., next to Rockway Market. Fruehauf's expanded into the Rockway site when they began selling electric refrigerators. Fruehauf operated the store until 1949. The building was later sold to...
    • 4500 Mayfield Road - McDonald's Hamburger System

    • South Euclid; Mayfield Road; McDonald's Restaurants; Restaurants
    • Newly opened McDonald's restaurant at 4500 Mayfield Rd., between Green and Dean Rd. in South Euclid. Image shows Erny's Barber Shop and the Interlude Lounge. The building on the left was a hardware store and was razed when the original McDonald's...
    • "Kent, Ohio, Cuyahoga River"

    • Rivers; Streams; Bridges; Mills; Canals; Photograph albums
    • A correspondent wrote to us on July 3, 2007 to say: Concerning your "Mystery Photo Album:" On page two, photo 15, labeled as "Kent, Oh." I thought I would add some clarification on it. What you've got is a shot looking towards downtown Kent - in...
    • Abandoned Navy Park temporary housing, 1956

    • Navy Park; Abandoned buildings; Barracks
    • "VACATED UNITS at Navy Park temporary housing project, Clinton and Ridge Rds., Brooklyn, will be removed soon. ‘Temporaries’ throughout the county are gradually being closed. Almost half of the original 3000 units have been emptied or torn down."...
    • Aerial view of Cuyahoga Community College

    • Universities & colleges
    • "This aerial shows some of the first buildings that were torn down to make way for construction of the new Western Campus. Note how they worked around the trees in order to preserve them. These trees are the dominant feature of the new campus -...
    • Aerial view of downtown Cleveland

    • Aerial views; Newman-Stern Building; Ferguson Building; Urban renewal
    • Aerial view of downtown Cleveland. Photo labeled and marked with tape by Cleveland Press staffers to indicate block where buildings, including the Newman-Stern Building and the Ferguson Building, were to be demolished for urban renewal projects....
    • American Hotel

    • American Hotel (Medina, Ohio); Hotels
    • The American Hotel in Medina, Ohio was torn down in 1954 to make way for the Savings Deposit Bank, which is now Key Bank. Over the years, the hotel served as the location for many village functions and social events. The post office was even...
    • Bohemian Chebra

    • Synagogues
    • Built in 1883 Bohemian Immigrants living in the Case (e.40th) and Orange Avenue area. As the congregation dismantled in 1912 the property was sold to L. Klien. over time there were several owners including the Bethel Missionary Baptist Church and...
    • 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...

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