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Postcards; Music Hall; German Americans; Buildings; Akron; Downtown Akron; The Deutsch Haus; German-American Music Hall;
The Music Hall at 44 E. Exchange St. in downtown Akron, Ohio. The Music Hall was dedicated on September 15, 1904 with a concert by the Victor Herbert Orchestra. It was primarily used by the Akron Male...
John Brown Home
Postcards; John Brown Home; Houses; Perkins Hill; Copley Road; Diagonal Road; Akron; Museums
The John Brown house on Perkins Hill at Copley and Diagonal roads in Akron, Ohio. From 1844 to 1846, John Brown and his family lived in this house while working with Simon Perkins, Jr. in the wool trade....
Perkins Stone Mansion
Postcards; Perkins Mansion; Perkins Hill; Houses; Copley Road; Diagonal Road; Akron; Museums;
Simon Perkins Stone Mansion on Perkins Hill at Copley and Diagonal roads in Akron, Ohio. Colonel Simon Perkins, son of Akron founder General Simon Perkins, built this Greek Revival mansion in 1837. The...
Harvey S. Firestone Memorial
Postcards; Firestone Tire and Rubber Company; Rubber Industry; Statues; Firestone Research Building;
The Harvey S. Firestone Memorial at the Firestone Research Laboratory in Akron, Ohio.
Firestone Tire & Rubber Company
Postcards; Factories; Firestone Tire and Rubber Company; Rubber Industry;
In 1900 Firestone Tire & Rubber Company was founded in Akron, Ohio by Harvey Firestone. The company was a pioneer in the mass production of tires. In 1988, the Bridgestone Corporation, a Japanese Company,...
Market Street Looking West
Postcards; Market Street; Streets and Roads; Downtown Akron
A postcard showing Market Street, looking west, in Akron, Ohio.
Postcards; All-American Soap Box Derby; Derby Downs; Akron;
The annual All-American Soap Box Derby at the Derby Downs in Akron, Ohio.
Postcards; Clarks Restaurant; Restaurants;
A postcard showing Clark's Restaurant at 143 South Main Street in Akron, Ohio. Clark's was a popular cocktail lounge. It was one of 15 Clark Restaurants in the Cleveland, Akron, and Erie areas.
Postcards; Main Street; Streets and Roads; Downtown Akron
A postcard showing Main Street, looking north, in Akron, Ohio.
Hoyt's German Cologne
Bath, Ohio; German Products; Postcards;
A postcard advertising Hoyt's German Cologne. The cologne was manufactured by E. W. Hoyt & Co. of Lowell, Mass. and sold by druggists, such as, J. F. Whitcraft of Bath, Ohio.
Postcards; Streetcars and Trolleys; Streets and Roads; Buildings; Main Street;
A postcard showing the street car barns on Main Street in Akron, Ohio.
German Lutheran Church
Postcards; Churches; German Lutheran Church; Akron; Buildings; Broadway Street; Center Street;
A postcard showing the German Lutheran Church at the corner of South Broadway and East Center Streets in Akron, Ohio. Incorporated in 1857, the First German Reformed Church occupied the former Baptist...
Postcards; Summit County Court House; Akron; Downtown Akron; Buildings; High Street - Akron;
The Summit County Courthouse is the seat of the County Government. It is located between High Street and S. Broadway Street in downtown Akron, Ohio. It was completed in 1908 at a cost of $338,000.
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