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  1. This project is very exciting, hopefully Famicos can reach their goal. Maybe this project can help tie into the E105th corridor projects as well.
  2. That whole stretch of Euclid Avenue is a park, barely any structures still remaining. There is no need for terdolph park any longer my friend
  3. St. Thomas Aquinas Church located at 9101 Superior Avenue demolished in 1975 the same year St. Agnes was demolished on Euclid Avenue. 1975 was quite a bad year for Cleveland architecture it seems. Today, the school still stands as a landmark for the area slowly demolished over the past 60 years.
  4. 6824 Superior Avenue was demolished this past week, solid little turreted mixed-use block. Hopefully the building next door can be saved, this stretch of Superior is deserted at the moment.
  5. Woodland Cemetery Gatehouse Reconstruction http://www.wcfcle.org
  6. The original Woodland Cemetery Gatehouse is in the process of being rebuilt at 6828 Woodland Avenue located dtw Very cool gothic structure coming back from the dead! http://www.wcfcle.org link to an old article http://blog.cleveland.com/metro/2010/10/foundation_chief_leads_restora.html Here are some photos
  7. In light of the recent Woodland Cemetery gatehouse reconstruction at 6828 Woodland Avenue Here are some photos of the original chapel, fountains, and gatehouse, all are gone at this moment but the gatehouse is in the process of being rebuilt!
  8. Central Ave. and E30th in 1961 found at the Cleveland Public Library
  9. An apartment building that once stood on Thackeray Ave. off E55th, I believe there are only five homes still on that street.
  10. Some nice photos of St. Joseph I saw at The Michael Schwartz Library
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