Black and white photograph of "Lieut. Harris leaving Cleveland in a Martin Bomber (MB-2) for Dayton. Capt. Arnold is in the Bomber's cockpit". The Glenn L. Martin Company, its scope, war record and capacity for aircraft production; with historical sketch and record of Martin airplanes in government service.
Hand drawn map of northeastern Ohio showing the location of early Indian paths and towns and of the Christian Indian missions established by the Moravian missionaries between 1772 and 1787. The Heckewelder Map was found in the papers of Moses Cleaveland., "Cleveland Starts Here"
Black and white photograph of a bedroom in the Norton house. David Z. Norton (1851-1928) was a Cleveland, Ohio, banker, a partner in the Oglebay Norton Company, and a philanthropist active in many Cleveland cultural and educational institutions. The collection consists of views of the Cleveland, Ohio, residence of David Z. Norton.
Black and white photograph of the Martin Bomber with the Martin factory in the rear . The Glenn L. Martin Company, its scope, war record and capacity for aircraft production; with historical sketch and record of Martin airplanes in government service.
Mary Rose Oakar was born in Cleveland, Ohio. She was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives between 1977 and 1993, representing Ohio's 20th District, and being the first Arab-American member of the House of Representatives. She was Vice Chairperson of the House Democratic Caucus, 1985-1989, and served as president of the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee. She served in the Ohio House of Representatives, serving Cleveland's 13th District, between 2001 and 2002. In 2012 she was elected to the Ohio State Board of Education to represent the 11th District.
Marcia L. Fudge was raised in Shaker Heights, Ohio, and served as Chief of Staff for Congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs Jones during her first term. Ms. Fudge was mayor of Warrensville Heights, Ohio, from 2000 until elected to Congress in 2008. She chaired the Congressional Black Caucus from 2013 until 2015.
The Cleveland Water Department opened the Baldwin Water Treatment Plant in the Fairfax neighborhood in 1925. The plant's associated reservoir had a capacity of more than 135 million gallons, and the plant was capable of pumping up to 200 million gallons per day.
The Edgewater Park bath house, sometime during the 1920s, looking north into Lake Erie. The bath house was constructed in the early 1900s. Edgewater Park, located along Lake Erie at E. 156th Street, just west of the Division Avenue Treatment Plant (now known as the Garrett Morgan facility). The park was purchased in 1894 by the city's Second Park Board from Jacob B. Perkins, Cleveland industrialist. The land, consisting of 2 parcels, became Perkins Beach and Edgewater Park. Many recreational facilities were subsequently provided, including bath houses, a pavilion, baseball diamonds, and numerous picnic and playground areas.