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Old Stone Church

Old Stone Church

The Old Stone Church is located in Cleveland, Ohio. It was built in 1855 by the architects Heard & Porter; Schweinfurth, Charles. It is the second church to be built within the city limits and is the oldest building on Public Square. The Union Sunday School began meeting on the site of the current church in June 1819 and on September 19, 1820 a charter establishing the congregation were signed by fifteen Clevelanders.

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Cleveland Public Auditorium

Clevaland Public Auditorium

Public auditorium, situated in downtown Cleveland is also known as Public Hall. It was opened in 1922 and served as a convention center, sports arena and concert hall. The planning of public auditorium was made prior to World War I but the construction of the auditorium began in 1920. It was designed by Frank Walker and J. Harold McDowell in a neoclassical style. It was the largest auditorium when opened having 11,500 seats.

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Cleveland Armory

Cleveland Armory

Grays Armory was founded in 1837 and is one of the historical buildings in Cleveland. Grays Armory is one of the oldest remaining buildings in Cleveland. The Grays Armory building anticipates the Civil War. The Grays Armory is well known for hosting the city's cultural and social events apart from protecting the city during civil disturbances or riots. Cleveland's Grays Armory has been witness a great tradition of public service and patriotism. They were sent to fight every major conflict of America from the civil war to World War I by Cleveland.

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Cleveland Public Library

Cleveland Public Library

The Cleveland Public Library was established in 1869 and is situated in Cleveland, Ohio. Cleveland Public Library operates a mobile library, the Main Library on Superior Avenue in the central business district of Cleveland (downtown Cleveland), 28 branches throughout the city, a library for the blind and physically handicapped and a Public Administration Library in the City Hall.

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Cleveland Arcade

Cleveland Arcade

Cleveland Arcade is located in downtown Cleveland, Ohio which is a structure of two nine-story building of Victorian-era. These buildings are joined by a five-story arcade which has a glass skylight that spans over 91 meters, along the four balconies. It was built in 1890 by Detroit Bridge Co. worth $867,000 and was opened on May 31, 1890. The construction of Cleveland Arcade was financed by Charles F. Brush, John D. Rockfeller, Marcus Hanna and several other wealthy people of Cleveland.

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