"Cleveland Terminal Tower looking S.W., across Public Square. Opened to the public in 1928. The Observation Tower on the 42nd Floor is 786 feet above Lake Erie. The tower building is the center of the terminal group which includes Higbee Co., Dept. Store, Hotel Cleveland, Cleveland Union Terminal and hundreds of offices and store units. It is the tallest building in the United States outside New York City." -- card verso.
Christmas in Tower City, Cleveland, Ohio. Tower City Center (formerly known as Cleveland Union Terminal) is a large mixed-use facility located on Public Square in downtown Cleveland. The facility is composed of a number of interconnected office buildings, including the landmark Terminal Tower, a shopping mall, a casino, two hotels, and the main hub of Cleveland's three rapid transit lines.
"Interior view of the main floor of the iron-and-glass enclosed Arcade, designed by John M. Eisenmann and George H. Smith, which opened in 1890. The five-floor gallery connects two ten-story office buildings, one on Euclid Avenue and the other on Superior Avenue. The Arcade today is a part of the Hyatt Hotel and still provides downtown workers with a place for lunch and shopping."