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Located in the heart of downtown Cleveland, the Warehouse District is lined with trendy restaurants and clubs as well as interesting restored buildings.
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Get to Know the Neighborhoods of Cleveland

Cleveland is a fun and diverse city that offers endless opportunities on a visit. Explore the charming and unique neighborhoods of this Ohio city.

1958 Edsel Citation 2-Door Hardtop. I can't believe anyone would think this was ugly!
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1958 Edsel Citation 2-Door Hardtop. I can't believe anyone would think this was ugly!

I still remember the commercial for this beer when I was a kid.

I still remember the commercial for this beer when I was a kid.

Cleveland’s Little Italy | jovinacooksitalian

Cleveland’s Little Italy

Cleveland, Ohio By the mid-1800s, a small group of Italian immigrants had arrived in Cleveland and were working in various occupations, as bookkeeper, boot maker, gardener, carpenter, steel worker …

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Frank's Place

South Side viewed from along Ridge Row last Sunday afternoon. Church of the Nativity dominates the view.

Space Spiral Cedar Point (1965-2012) A 330-foot (100 m) tall Gyro tower that gave riders a 360-degree view of the surrounding area. Space Spiral was the first amusement ride in the world to top 300 feet (91 m). It featured a distinctive two-level cabin, found only on a few early models. However, the second level wasn't used in the ride's later years. It was imploded and demolished on September 12, 2012
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Visions of Cedar Point 1966 Part 2

Here are some photos from my vintage brochure of how Cedar Point looked back in 1966. It sure was a different park back then! According the excellent Images of America Cedar Point book, the Pirate Ride was originally at a park called Freedomland in New York; when that park closed at the end of the 1964 season, the ride was moved to Cedar Point in time for the 1966 season. The Earthquake Ride also came from Freedomland. At the time of these photos, the Space Spiral was only a year old, having…

Main floor at Higbee's downtown store in 1986.
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Main floor at Higbee's downtown store in 1986.

The F.W. Woolworth Store at 308 Euclid Ave. in downtown Cleveland in 1950. (Plain Dealer File Photo)
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The F.W. Woolworth Store at 308 Euclid Ave. in downtown Cleveland in 1950. (Plain Dealer File Photo)

Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, 1916  |  The life of a city, 1916; commercial activity on Euclid looking toward Public Square

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Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, 1916 | The life of a city, 1916; commercial activity on Euclid looking toward Public Square

League Park - GRAND STAND (75 cents), PAVILION (50 cents), and a hat on every head

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Presti's Bakery - Little Italy, Cleveland

Presti's Bakery - Little Italy, Cleveland

Garden Theater on West 25h Street
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Garden Theater in Cleveland, OH

The Garden opened in 1925. My mother remembered attending in her girlhood, seeing Bela Lugosi in "Dracula" during one of its many reissues. Never a...

Mather mansion Image courtesy of Cleveland State Library Special Collections

Mather Mansion - A Remnant of Millionaires' Row | Cleveland Historical

In the days of horse-drawn carriages and booming industry, one street in Cleveland showcased the elite among the city's citizens. Millionaires' Row, a length of Euclid Avenue, was where prominent figures such as John D. Rockefeller, Marcus Hanna, and Charles F. Brush built their mansions. The largest among them was built for Samuel Mather, chairman of Pickands, Mather & Company, one of the four largest shippers of iron ore in the country. He held the position of officer or director...

whoa!!!  this pic is not me but the scene is a little too familiar for me... still can't believe i am still alive
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whoa!!! this pic is not me but the scene is a little too familiar for me... still can't believe i am still alive

The Halle's Department Store Building on Playhouse Square, Cleveland

The Halle's Department Store Building on Playhouse Square, Cleveland