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7 November 1909
The Rotograph co
C W Pockrandt
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View in Akron Rural Cemetery
Akron; Akron Rural Cemetery; Cemeteries; Rivers
The Akron Rural Cemetery is located on Glendale Avenue. When the cemetery was established in 1839, it was meant to serve both the dead and the living by providing a place for people where "retiring from...
In the Glen- Cuyahoga Falls
Akron; Cuyahoga Falls; Rivers; Glen, Akron (park); Bridges
The suspension bridge can be seen in the foreground of this image, and the High Bridge in background. Both bridges cross the Cuyahoga River near the High Bridge Glens Park in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. (Art...
Scene on Cuyahoga River
Akron; Cuyahoga River; Rivers; Bridges
A bridge spans the Cuyahoga River in Summit County, Ohio. (Art Work of Akron, Ohio. pt. 9 pg. 1)
View on Cuyahoga River
Akron; Cuyahoga River; Bridges; Rivers;
A bridge, likely for trains, spans the Cuyahoga River in Summit County Ohio. (Art Work of Akron, Ohio. pt. 3 pg. 2)
View on the Canal
Akron; Canals; Rivers
Built in the 1820s and 1830s, canals brought tremendous growth to Summit County. The decline of the canal system began in 1856 as railroad lines began to replace the canals as the primary means for travel...
Scene on the Hydraulic Race
Akron; Hydraulic Race; Rivers; Bridges; Cascasde Mill Race
The present day location depicted in this image is currently unknown. (Art Work of Akron, Ohio. pt. 1 pg. 3)
In the Gorge, Cuyahoga River
Akron; The Gorge; Cuyahoga River; Rivers; Parks; Northern Ohio Traction and Light
The Cuyahoga River cuts through about 200 ft. of rock in the Gorge located in north Akron. Natural features of the Gorge include sheer cliffs a hundred feet above the river, cascades, rapids, and the Big...
Akron, The Gorge, Waterfalls, Postcards, Drawings, Cuyahoga River, Rivers
A "Sol Art" postcard made by The Rotograph Co., N. Y. A photo of the Cuyahoga River running down to the Gorge waterfall in Akron, Ohio.
Portage Path Monument
Postcards; Portage Path; Monuments; Native Americans; Statues; West Market Street; Akron;
The statue, nicknamed Unk, stands six feet high and weighs 275lbs. It was erected in 1905 on the corner of Portage Path and W. Market St. to mark the trail Native Americans used as a portage from the Cuyahoga...
Postcards; Portage Path; Native Americans; Cuyahoga River; Rivers; Akron;
The end of the Cuyahoga River and the beginning of the Native American trail, Portage Path, in Akron, Ohio. Native Americans used the eight mile path to transport canoes between the Cuyahoga River and...
Pennsylvania and Ohio Canal
Pennsylvania and Ohio Canal; Downtown Akron; Main Street; Canals; Howard Street; O'Neil's Dry Goods
This is a view of the Pennsylvania and Ohio Canal at South Main Street from the rear of Howard Street. The dwelling and yard in the foreground later became the site of the O'Neil and Dyas store. The canal...
Cuyahoga River; Cuyahoga Street; Bridges; Rivers; Akron;
A covered bridge across the Cuyahoga River on Cuyahoga Street, north of W. Tallmadge Ave. in Akron, Ohio.
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