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  • Subject: industries
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    • American Greetings 1947 CP0079

    • American Greeting plant at 1300 West 78th Street, which was one of two location of the American Greeting Publishers, Inc in 1947.
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    • 1947
    • American Greetings 1947 CP0080

    • American Greeting plant at 11555 Berea Road, formerly the Army Air Force depot. The six story building was one of two plants occupied by the American Greeting Publishers, Inc in 1947.
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    • 1947
    • American Greetings 1947 CP0081

    • The presses which turned out the greeting cards from American Greeting Publishers, Inc. in 1947.
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    • 1947
    • American Greetings 1947 CP0082

    • Leonard R. Bandel shown completing the first model of the 1948 Christmas line for American Greeting Publishers, Inc. Mr. Randel, who won prizes in the Cleveland Museum of Art May Show, would next send the card to the verse writers who put that...
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    • 1947
    • American Greetings 1947 CP0084

    • Aerial view of American Greeting plant at 11555 Berea Road, formerly the Army Air Force depot. The six story building was one of two plants occupied by the American Greeting Publishers, Inc in 1947.
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    • 1947
    • American Multigraph Company CP02677

    • The American Multigraph Company factory was located on E. 40th St. at Kelly Ave. It was founded in Cleveland by Harry C. Gammeter and Henry C. Osborn. It was incorporated in 1902.
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    • American Steel and Wire 1938 CP07329F

    • Two blast furnaces at the American Steel and Wire plant, with railroad cars in foreground. The furnace at the left is operating. Molten slag is running from a spout into a large ladle on the railroad track below. This slag is dumped and when cold...
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    • 1938
    • Automobile in winter 1935 CP0104

    • One of the joys of zero weather - thawing out the car. In background is a truck or van from the West Side Laundry, 1947 West 52nd Street. 12/27/1935.
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    • 1935
    • Automobiles - Baker Electric 1898 CP0110

    • The first Baker Electric car was produced in 1898, the year the company was established in Cleveland by Walter C. Baker (1868-1955). Office boy Willie McKevitt is seated in the vehicle. The photo was probably taken on Jessie Street. In 1905 annual...
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    • 1898
    • Automobiles - Baker Electric 1900 CP0105

    • Baker Electric car model prior to 1905. In 1898 the Baker Motor Vehicle Company was established in Cleveland by Walter C. Baker (1868-1955). In 1905 annual production was 400 automobiles.
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    • ca1900-1904
    • Automobiles - Baker Electric 1900 CP0106

    • Baker Electric car model prior to 1905. In 1898 the Baker Motor Vehicle Company was established in Cleveland by Walter C. Baker (1868-1955). In 1905 annual production was 400 automobiles.
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    • ca1900-1904
    • Automobiles - Baker Electric 1900 CP0107

    • Baker Electric car model prior to 1905. In 1898 the Baker Motor Vehicle Company was established in Cleveland by Walter C. Baker (1868-1955). In 1905 annual production was 400 automobiles.
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    • ca1900-1904
    • Automobiles - Baker Electric 1900 CP0108

    • Baker Electric car model prior to 1905. In 1898 the Baker Motor Vehicle Company was established in Cleveland by Walter C. Baker (1868-1955). In 1905 annual production was 400 automobiles.
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    • ca1900-1904
    • Automobiles - Baker Electric 1900 CP0109

    • Baker Electric car model prior to 1905. In 1898 the Baker Motor Vehicle Company was established in Cleveland by Walter C. Baker (1868-1955). In 1905 annual production was 400 automobiles.
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    • ca1900-1904
    • Automobiles - Winton at Great Lakes Exposition CP0116

    • During the Great Lakes Exposition this early Winton car was used in the Parade of the Years. Mr. Charles A. Post, seated at the right, had ridden in this car when it was new. One day during the Exposition he was asked to ride in the parade for the...
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    • ca 1936-1937
    • Brickyard 1913 CP02682

    • View shows stacked bricks in the foreground, railroad cars in the background to the right, and in the background on the left, workers stand behind a horse and wagon. Smoke rises from one of the smokestacks on the left. December 6, 1913.
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    • 1913
    • Canfield Oil Refinery 1939 CP04378

    • Aerial view of the Canfield oil refinery, first incorporated in 1886 by George R. Canfield. It became a subsidiary of Sohio in 1945.
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    • 1939
    • Cleveland Twist Dril Company CP02697

    • In 1876 the company began manufacturing general machine tools and drills for market production. An autobiography of founder Jacob Dolson Cox (1852-1930), Building An American Industry,The Story of the Cleveland Twist Drill Company and Its Founder,...
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    • Cleveland Twist Dril Company CP02698

    • In 1876 the company began manufacturing general machine tools and drills for market production. An autobiography of founder Jacob Dolson Cox (1852-1930), Building An American Industry,The Story of the Cleveland Twist Drill Company and Its Founder,...
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    • Cleveland Twist Dril Company CP02699

    • In 1876 the company began manufacturing general machine tools and drills for market production. An autobiography of founder Jacob Dolson Cox (1852-1930), Building An American Industry,The Story of the Cleveland Twist Drill Company and Its Founder,...
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    • Cleveland Twist Dril Company CP02701

    • In 1876 the company began manufacturing general machine tools and drills for market production. An autobiography of founder Jacob Dolson Cox (1852-1930), Building An American Industry,The Story of the Cleveland Twist Drill Company and Its Founder,...
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    • East Side Ice Company Truck 1911 CP02482

    • Horse-drawn wagon of the East Side Ice Company being unloaded as boys wearing caps and knickers stand and watch. Caption on back of photo is "Summer." The ice was not harvested from Lake Erie, as indicated by the lettering across the top of wagon: ...
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    • 1911
    • Elliott Electric 1923 CP02704

    • Elliott Electric company, 813 Superior Ave. N. W. Sign on front of building reads "Black and Decker week."
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    • 1923
    • Ford Factory 1920 CP02712

    • Located at 11610 Euclid Avenue. Built as a Cleveland assembly plant and later used as distributor and storage plant.
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    • 1920

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