90 Years in 90 Days: My Favorite Historical Photos
90 photos that define Cleveland Heights
About a month ago, my husband and I were driving up Mayfield Road. I pointed to my right and said, "You know, Cleveland Heights City Hall used to be here."
"Really?" he said.
"Yep, and if you look, you'll see the front of the building."
"I would have never noticed that if you hadn't pointed it out," he said.
I would have never noticed it if I hadn't been working on the "90 Years in 90 Days" series. For the past three months, I've been posting new and archival photos of Cleveland Heights. The information and images I found has been fascinating: the stone fence along Mayfield Road near Taylor is a remnant from the Glen Allen Estate; Fisher Bros. Grocers was a major food retailer; Oxford Elementary School has beautiful murals and sculptures from the WPA era.
I've made a photo gallery of my favorite selections from the series. If you have any, please tell us in the comments and add them to the gallery.