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  • David J Gill

    Colonial Hotel and the Colonial Arcade, Cleveland, 1897, George H Smith, architect

  • marc swanson

    Circa 1900. "Colonial Hotel"

  • A.M.C.O.

    The Great city of Cleveland Ohio, born & raised & proud to call my home. These pictures are from I time I didn't get to see but sure wish I had! The images are breath taking beautiful in my eyes!

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