Cleveland Municipal Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio
Cleveland’s Municipal Stadium from the Lake Erie side. It is an iron and concrete structure seating 78,000 persons and costing $2,500,000.
The Banquet Hall at Biltmore House and Gardens, Asheville, North Carolina. Open year-round except New Year’s, Thanksgiving, and Christmas
The Indian Village which passengers see on the River Boat cruise at Cedar Point-on-Lake Erie, Sandusky, Ohio
The much photographed 16 foot Totem Pole on the Midway, Cedar Point-on-Lake Erie, Sandusky, Ohio
Greetings from Minnesota
Minnesota State Flag And Capitol
The impressive capitol building, located in St. Paul, Minnesota, was completed in 1904 and first occupied by the Legislature January 3, 1905. The state flag was adopted by the Legislature of 1893.
The Niagara International Centre Skylon Tower at night. Towering 520 feet from the perfect vantage point, the magnificent tower gives a full breathtaking panorama of the historic Niagara Frontier.
Greetings from Akron, Ohio
University of Akron
College of Law & Business Administration Bldg. College of Education Building in background.
Stan Hywet Hall
Viewed from the ten acre front lawn, the manor house in early spring is surrounded by beautiful trees and everblooming flowers.
Philadelphia - The Quaker City
The Schuylkill Expressway
A controlled access freeway along the Schuylkill River connecting downtown Philadelphia with the Pennsylvania Turnpike
Before & After:
- Cleveland’s Public Square is located in the heart of the business district and is the starting point for most transportation lines. It is divided into four sections, all beautifully kept and arranged.
- Standard Oil Headquarters (Sohio Building) Dedicated April 19th, 1986, 45 floor Office Tower, 8-stories Atrium, featuring a retail area. Environment of 3,000 plants, trees and fountains. A million and a half square feet of floor space makes it the largest Corporate Office Building in Ohio.