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 Innerbelt Bridge Construction 1950s. From ODOT courtesy of Sokolowskis.

 

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"Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you respond." -- Coach Lou Holtz

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Random question: does anyone know which building the old Cleveland stock exchange existed in before it was dissolved?

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2 hours ago, Eastside said:

Random question: does anyone know which building the old Cleveland stock exchange existed in before it was dissolved?

I'm fairly certain it was in the Williamson Building (razed 1980 for the Sohio HQ)

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stranger than paradise

by clevelander jim jarmusch -- 1984

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0088184/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_3

http://www.themoviedistrict.com/stranger-than-paradise/

 

4942 track road

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aunt lottie's house  -- 1614 ??? -- nearby john's track inn ?

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1465 chester

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6240 pearl road

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the making of ... by tom jarmusch

 

 

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"Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you respond." -- Coach Lou Holtz

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SW corner of E. 12th St. & St. Clair Ave. in 1960 and today.

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"Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you respond." -- Coach Lou Holtz

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So many dark, drab boxes in that area.  I'm glad that the "Silver Chisel" deviated from the others, though I'm not too fond of their parking garage. I wonder if something might eventually be built on E 12th next to the garage?

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9 hours ago, skiwest said:

So many dark, drab boxes in that area.  I'm glad that the "Silver Chisel" deviated from the others, though I'm not too fond of their parking garage. I wonder if something might eventually be built on E 12th next to the garage?

 

There was a plan at one point maybe five years ago. Not sure how serious it was. I can't seem to find the rendering. It was a pretty decent design, including retail on the ground floor IIRC.


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Caption on back: "West from E. 14th Street, 1900." View looking west along the intersection of Huron Road and Euclid Avenue, in the heart of Playhouse Square. The brick house in the center is the last dwelling house left standing on this part of Euclid. Gradually all the fine homes that had lined Euclid between here and Public Square had been torn down to make way for business blocks. This house for years housed one of the best dressmaking establishments in the city. At the extreme right is a view of the Union Club.

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First Methodist Church, southeast corner of Euclid and East 9th in 1904, shortly before it was demolished for the Cleveland Trust Bank rotunda, today's Heinen's grocery store.

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