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The East Ohio Gas Co. fire of 1944 managed to wreak more havoc on Cleveland claimed 130 lives and decimated a neighborhood.

Soon after 1882, when the Cleveland Institute of Art was founded with the name “the Western Reserve School of Design for Women,” Clara Pierce Wolcott of Tallmadge, Ohio, decided to enroll. In some ways, hers is a story of wealth and fame. During Clara’s own time, an April 17, 1904 article...

Cleveland Ohio Guardians of Traffic Giclee print unframed and framed

The Guardians of Traffic, Cleveland | Henry Hering sculptor, Frank R Walker, architect Walker & Weeks

Christmas in Tower City, Cleveland, Ohio. Tower City Center (formerly known as Cleveland Union Terminal) is a large mixed-use facility located on Public Square in downtown Cleveland. The facility is composed of a number of interconnected office buildings, including the landmark Terminal Tower, a shopping mall, a casino, two hotels, and the main hub of Cleveland's three rapid transit lines.