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Category: Vintage Cleveland Prints

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  • Cle Soldiers & Sailors Monument 1905

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    The Soldiers And Sailors Monument in Cleveland, Ohio circa 1905.

  • Cleveland Harbor 1905

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    Cleveland Harbor Circa 1905.

  • Cleveland Public Square 1906

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    A view of Public Square with and The Soldiers and Sailors Monument in Cleveland, circa 1906.

  • Cleveland The Colonial Arcade 1908

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    The Colonial Arcade, Cleveland, Ohio circa 1908.

  • The Old Stone Church 1910

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    The Old Stone Church in Cleveland, Ohio circa 1910.

  • Cleveland Public Square 1912

    $25.00

    This 17 inch print is a panoramic view of Cleveland's Public Square circa 1912.

  • Brookside Park 1914

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    In the early part of the 1900's Amateur Baseball drew enormous crowds to Brookside Park in Cleveland. Several times the crowds were estimated at over 100,000.

  • Cleveland Public Square 1916

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    A Panoramic view of Public Square, Cleveland, 1916.

  • The Westside Market Circa 1919

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    The Westside Market Cleveland, Ohio circa 1919

  • Cleveland 1930

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    The recently completed Terminal Tower, with Public Square in the foreground. Cleveland, Ohio circa 1930.

  • The Terminal Tower Lobby 1960's

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    The Terminal Tower Lobby, Cleveland, in the 1960's.

  • Cleveland The Arcade

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    The Arcade in Downtown Cleveland opened in 1890 as one of the first indoor shopping malls in the Country. It is on the National Register of Historic Place. It is seen here at 100 years old. Available as a color print or a black and white print.

  • League Park 1905

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    League Park was home to Baseball in Cleveland from 1891 through 1946. The Buckeyes of the Negro League continued to use League Park until the early 1950's. What was left standing of League Park has been restored and the site is now open with a ball field in the exact same spot as the original field, with same dimensions as the the original field.

  • League Park Pano

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    A panoramic view of League Park. Available as a Black and White or Sepia Toned Print.

  • League Park

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    League Park was home to Baseball in Cleveland from 1891 through 1946. The Buckeyes of the Negro League continued to use League Park until the early 1950's. What was left standing of League Park has been restored and the site is now open with a ball field in the exact same spot as the original field and with same dimensions as the the original field.

  • League Park Aerial

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    League Park was home to Baseball in Cleveland from 1891 through 1946. The Buckeyes of the Negro League continued to use League Park until the early 1950's. What was left standing of League Park has been restored and the site is now open with a ball field in the exact same spot as the original field and with same dimensions as the the original field.

  • League Park Color Print

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    League Park was home to Baseball in Cleveland from 1891 through 1946. The Buckeyes of the Negro League continued to use League Park until the early 1950's. What was left standing of League Park has been restored and the site is now open with a ball field in the exact same spot as the original field and with same dimensions as the the original field.

  • Cleveland Arena

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    The Cleveland Arena opened in 1937 and was used until 1974 for professional and amateur sports as well as for other events. The first "Rock-N-Roll Show" ever, The Moondog Coronation Ball, was held at the Cleveland Arena as noted on the Marquee in print 02.

  • The Richfield Coliseum

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    The Coliseum in Richfield opened in October of 1974 and was home to the Cleveland Cavaliers through the 1993-94 basketball season. Every major Rock-N-Roll act in that time frame performed at the Coliseum. Muhammad Ali fought Chuck Wepner at the Coliseum in 1975.

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