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Circa 1905. "Euclid Avenue, Cleveland." Our title is a callout to Mme. K. Peal, dealer in HUMAN HAIR GOODS: POMPADOURS, SWITCHES, WIGS. 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company.

Circa 1905. "Euclid Avenue, Cleveland." Our title is a callout to Mme. K. Peal, dealer in HUMAN HAIR GOODS: POMPADOURS, SWITCHES, WIGS. 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company.

Cleveland circa 1935. "Night alley to Terminal Tower." Amazing shot from an 8x10 negative by the undeservedly obscure Theodor Horydczak.

Cleveland circa 1935. "Night alley to Terminal Tower." Amazing shot from an 8x10 negative by the undeservedly obscure Theodor Horydczak.

Cleveland: Public Square: 1900. The BP building is now built where the two buildings on the left are.

Cleveland: Public Square: 1900. The BP building is now built where the two buildings on the left are.

John D. Rockefeller, Cleveland's wealthiest citizen, purchased this home on the south side of Euclid Avenue & East 40th streets in 1868. Some 11 years later, 1879 Rockefeller purchased a mansion next door to him, moved it around the corner so that he now had a country estate of over 2 acres to enjoy. Rockefeller had in his will that the family home was to be torn down upon his death. The land was then sold & turned into a parking lot & a gas station, not one of Standard Oil's.

John D. Rockefeller, Cleveland's wealthiest citizen, purchased this home on the south side of Euclid Avenue & East 40th streets in 1868. Some 11 years later, 1879 Rockefeller purchased a mansion next door to him, moved it around the corner so that he now had a country estate of over 2 acres to enjoy. Rockefeller had in his will that the family home was to be torn down upon his death. The land was then sold & turned into a parking lot & a gas station, not one of Standard Oil's.

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