December 10, 2014

historical cleveland builings that i get to work & play in...

The Caxton:  Built in 1903.  It housed graphic arts and printing businesses.  It was declared a Cleveland landmark in 1976.






The Perry Payne Building:  Built in 1888.  The building was named for its owner and his family: it was erected for politician Henry B. Payne, and "Perry" was his wife's maiden name.  It was declared a landmark in 1973.


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