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1919 Newspaper Insert
Introduction, Name Index, Business Index

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Introduction

Name Index

Business Index

Sequential Index

Introduction

On February 21, 1919 The Painesville Telegraph published an extra large issue that included a 32-page insert describing several of the communities in Lake County. The first page banner headline proclaims, “City of Painesville Awakening to Its Possibilities; Is County Seat of Lake County; Citizens Unite for a Greater Painesville.”

The insert contained information about selected businesses, schools, churches, and government bodies. The selected businesses included might possibly have paid a fee to be included with an article of advertisement, as most of these businesses appear in ads in the first 8 pages of the issue as well as in the issue from the previous day.

How to use this resource

This resource includes a complete indexing of the names of persons and entities that appeared here along with directions to help locate the articles. The table below and the following three indexes should help the researcher locate the articles.

The informational and entertaining insert was printed without page numbers. In this resource, the pages are identified by the headline in the top left corner of each page and also assigned a page number for easier reference.

Page Number and First Headline
First Headline on Page Begins… Page no.
City of Painesville 1
Village of Willoughby 2
When you’re in.. 3
Madison Basketcraft 4
Hoyt Storage Battery 5
Hulbert Electric Company 6
Bitzer Furniture 7
Austin Pharmacy 8
Automobile Accessories 9
Auto Repair 10
Open Evenings 11
Andrean Vulcanizing 12
Contractors and Builders 13
Wayside Gardens 14
Chauncey H. Stocking 15
First Class Lumber 16
Lake County Industries 17
 
First Headline on Page Begins… Page no.
Citizens Loan 18
Painesville Hospital 19
Lake County Farm Bureau 20
Catholic Call 21
Campus and Administration 22
Pennsylvania and Lake Erie 23
New Secretary 24
Church Organizations 25
Painesville Chamber of 26
Painesville Chamber of (Con’t) 27
Painesvillle is Noted 28
St. Mary’s Church 29
J.G. Wolff 30
Painesville Schools continued 31
Harbor Land Co. 32

 


Index 1 (People)

Index 1 is an alphabetical listing of persons whose names appear in the 32-page insert and the page number on which they are located. A number in brackets following an individual’s name indicates the number of times that name appears on a given page if it appears more than once. If a name appears on more than one page, there is a separate listing in the index. Then by referring to Index 3 and scrolling to the correct insert page number, the leading headline on the appropriate page and the specific article headline are identified.

 

Index 2 (Businesses)

Index 2 is an alphabetical listing of businesses. A number in brackets following a name indicates the number of times that name appears on a given page if it appears more than once. If a name appears on more than one page, there is a separate listing in the index. Then by referring to Index 3 and scrolling to the correct insert page number, the leading headline on the appropriate page and the specific article headline are identified.

 

Index 3 (All, Sequential)

Index 3 is a sequential index of all 32 pages. Since the pages are not numbered, a partial title of the first article on each page is listed next to the page number. The next column lists the first few words of the article in which each name is located. If there is an organization or business linked to the name, this will be listed in the next column. Miscellaneous remarks are in the “Comments” column.

 

 

Where is the Painesville Telegraph microfilm?

 

The insert was published as part of the February 21, 1919 paper, following page 8 of that issue. It is included in the microfilm for the Painesville Telegraph in the box covering the dates January 2, 1919 to June 30, 1919. This information is available for viewing and copying at Morley Library in Painesville, Ohio.

 

 

Notes about this project.

 

This valuable informative February 21, 1919 insert was noticed by Sally Malone, Genealogy Specialist for Morley Library, while answering queries for out of town researchers. When the newsletter editors were looking for new informational articles that would be useful to genealogical researchers, she suggested that an index of this insert would be a valuable addition to the local history collection.

This insert was indexed in July, 2008, by Marianne Wiley, a Lake County Genealogical Society member and LakeLines co-editor. A list of individual names was published in the October 2008 LakeLines, the newsletter for the Lake County Genealogical Society, along with the following article.

 

 

 

Life in Lake Co. in 1919

 

On February 21, 1919 The Painesville Telegraph published a 32-page insert describing several of the communities in Lake County. The insert contained information about selected businesses (the ones included might possibly have paid a fee to be included with an article and an advertisement), schools, churches, and government bodies. There were also short articles pertinent to that time period. When you read the three “shorts” below that appeared in the insert, you will see that the areas of concern at that time—how your child is dressed, safety when parking your car, and supporting those in the military—are rather similar to ours. The names, faces, and tangible items might have changed, but the focus of the apprehension still remains similar.

 

Guimpe Question Solved p.23 Most mothers know the difficulty of making a guimpe fit on a restless child. Even when apparently well cut and fitted it will rise in an ugly fashion with each movement of the child.

One mother has solved this difficulty in a way that may not be known to others. She cuts her small daughter’s guimpes to the waistline or as long as her underwaist and finishes the edge with a row of buttons.

To the buttons can be fastened the drawers and petticoats. Not only does the weight keep the guimpe frock from “riding” but it is much more comfortable on warm days not to have the three thicknesses of underwaist, guimpe, and frock.

The guimpe need be made of fine material only as far as it shows beyond the yoke of the frock. Below it muslin, nainsook, or other material used for underclothing can be substituted.

 

[Ed. Note: A guimpe is a vestlike piece of lace or similar material, worn at the neckline of a low-cut dress.]

 

Do These Things for Thy Conscience Sake p.9

 

The Boys in Service Want Pictures from Home p. 5The returning heroes, the boys from the front, from “over there” all say that letters, papers and anything from home is welcome, but most of all what they prize are photographs.

We have it directly from those who have been with the men in action that the things they prize most are the pictures of home folks which they carry with them always.

To be happy he must have the individual interest of those at home—their letters and their pictures—these will bring a smile to his face and a joy to his heart in the most trying times—and when all other means fail.

If every mother or father of a boy in the service were to send photographs to that boy—and they all should—they would go far toward supplying what he cannot otherwise get—home influence.

 

Explains How to Get Set for Spring Drive p.9 In getting set for the spring drive by going over your car, it is important to give some attention to last season’s spare tubes.

Inflate the old emergency tube to some fifteen to twenty pounds and put aside for twenty-four hours. If it has lost any pressure at the end of that time, submerge in water and examine carefully for bubbles created by escaping air. If the deflation is due to weakness of the inside spring air check in the valve stem put in a new one.

Motorists often take the emergency tube out of the tool box and inflate it for use, only to find that it will not hold air. This is due to carelessness in putting the tube in the box or under the seat without taking measures against having it frayed and scuffed on the folded edge. To prevent this, take out the inside valve air check, roll the tube tightly to force all the air out, replace the valve inside and screw it down firmly. Then lay the tube flat, fold to convenient size, wrap in a neat package with heavy wrapping paper and secure with string or rubber bands.

 

Listed here are the names of the people who appeared in this insert. At Morley Library is a more elaborate index with instructions on how to find the names. The 32 pages of the insert are not numbered so the index will be essential.

Index of Persons

Name

Pg#

Adams, E.E. 2
Adams, Helen G. 28
Adams, L.H. 19
Adams, L.R. 2
Adams, L.R. 19
Albrecht, C.H. 4
Alden, C.T. 22
Alden, C.T. 24
Allen, Louise 28
Andrean, Mr. 12
Andrean, W.T. 11
Andrews, Margaret St.John 4
Andrews, S. Jr. 14
Andrews, W. C. 4
Appleton, P.J. 17
Atkins, A.D. 16
Atkins, R. 16
Austin, F.L.W> 8
Austin, George S. 8
Austin, Mrs. George S. 28
Austin, W.C. 8
Bailer, Jacob 25
Baine, F.C. 2
Baker, Newton 2
Baldauf, Clarence 29
Barnes, Geo. H. 6
Barnes, Harley 21
Barnes, Harley 29
Barnes, Percy 2
Barrett, E.H. 26
Barstow, A.E. 27
Barstow, A.E. 29
Bates, Rev. N.W. 32
Bediant, Luella 28
Belknap, R.S. 27
Benskin, P.W. 28
Benskin, P.W. 31
Biddle, Earl E. 25
Birkholz, E. F. 2
Birkholz, E. F. 32
Bitzer, Agnes 28
Bitzer, B.B. 7
Bitzer, E.E. 7
Blackmore, John 13
Blackmore, John 15
Blakeley, Attorney 13
Blakely, E.F. 26
Blish, Helen P. 6
Bradley, Dr. M.H. 18
Bradley, Dr. M.H. 23
Bradway, C.W. 6
Brady, A.P. 17
Brakeman, R.J. 15
Brakeman, R.J. 16
Brewer, D.W 15
Brewer, D.W 16
Brichford, R.T. 6
Bright, Rev. H. E. 2
Brooks, Ellen 29
Brothers, Alpha 19
Brown, Benj. F. 26
Brown, Benj. J. 26
Brown, J.H. 18
Bryant, Ethel D. 2
Buffington, Rev. 2
Burns, Herman 25
Byler, H.F. 18
Cage, W.M. 18
Cage, W.M. 24
Callander, G. Morgan 32
Cannon, Sussie 29
Carmedy, M.H. 18
Carmichael, W. J. 2
Carroll, H.O. 32
Case, R.M. 6
Case, Robt. M. 18
Casement, Dan Dillon 22
Chamberlin, Edna 28
Chapman, S.D. 26
Cheney, W.N. 6
Child, Theda C. 6
Church, Everett S. 13
Church, Everett S. 16
Clark, Lillian 28
Clark, Lillian 31
Clark, Mrs. 2
Cleveland, Francis 6
Clothier, W.C. 21
Cole, W.B. 18
Cole, W.B. 22
Collacott, Harry 17
Collier, W.H. 8
Collier, W.H. 21
Collins, Rev. H. Leo 29
Collister, W. C. 2
Cone, Lena 28
Connell, D.J. 17
Connor, Wm.H. 29
Cook, W.W. 18
Cory, Rev. J.B. 29
Cotter, Gerald 29
Cristy, Albert Barnes 25
Criswell, W.A. 32
Croft, H.C. 15
Croft, H.C. 16
Cumings, Mary [2] 28
Darrow, Rev. Nathan B. 25
Dawes, Helen Palmer 22
DeCold, Frank 6
Delsantro, Chas. 19
Devereaux, H.K. 4
Dickey, E. J. 2
Dickninson, H.R. 32
Dieterich, Rev. W.W. 25
Dodd, Paul 29
Doolittle, H. Marshall 26
Drumb, M.L. 30
Drury, F.E. 4
Duffee, Mr. 29
Dumond, G.R. 19
Eaton, Geo. 17
Eaton, George L. 14
Eddy, Ira 25
Edwards, Charles 30
Edwards, Chas. 6
Elais, B.K. 18
Elias, B.K. 21
Elliott, Lee 17
Enyeart, K.H. 28
Farley, E. S. 2
Ferron, J.F. 29
Fitzgerald, Mary 29
Flint, A.C. 19
Fortney, J.H. 18
Francis, Mr. 13
Frost, Mary 31
Frost, Mary [2] 28
Frost, Mary B. 28
Frost, N.C. 6
Frost, N.C. 18
Garfield, J.A. 6
Garfield, James R. 22
Garfield, President James A. 6
Gates, C.B. 14
George, E.B. 32
Gilbert, Harriet [2] 28
Gilchrist, Ida J. 28
Gillette, Mrs. 2
Gillispie, Mr. 2
Gilmore, Lila D. 19
Gould, Anna 28
Graham, J.A. 6
Grauel, C.M. 17
Green, Eleanor W. 28
Gregory, Ralph E. 28
Guisewite, G.E. 17

Name

Pg#

Hallinan, C.C. 12
Hallinan, C.C. 15
Hammar, H.E. 32
Hammar, Harry E. 26
Hard, E.D. 12
Hard, Eva L. 28
Hard, Mr. 15
Harmon, Frank H. 15
Harper, Homer 17
Harris, W.C. 32
Hart, Geo. B. 6
Harvey, Mary 29
Haskell, S.A. 17
Hawley, Mrs. C.M. 29
Hayes, Ema 28
Hayes, Lt. Oscar 9
Heartwell, E.D. 26
Hearwell, E.D. 32
Henderson, Mrs. R.W. 29
Henderson, R.W. 28
Hitchcock, Lawrence 22
Hood, F.C. 10
Hoose, Arthur H. 30
Hoose, M. Arthur H. 13
House, Mrs. E.L. 27
Hubbard, Edith 28
Huff, C.C. 32
Hulburt, T.C. 6
Hull, Charles T. [2] 28
Hull, Rev. Charles 2
Hunt, R.A. 20
Huntington, Edwin G. 17
Huntington, Edwin G. 26
Hutchinson, Stanley H. 24
Inglis, Richard 4
Jackman, Ethel 19
Jayne, L.R. 18
Jenkins, C.C. 16
Jenkins, C.J. 14
Jennings, C.C. 29
Jernigan, R.N. 8
Jernigan, R.N. 21
Jerome, F.J. 26
Jerome, Frank J. 22
Johnson, L.H. 6
Jordan, J.J. 2
Joughin, J.M. 18
Keener, E.D. 7
Keener, E.D. 15
Kegel, Will C. 26
Kendall, F.H. 18
Kendall, F.H. 32
Kenedy, H. F. 2
Kenning, Dr. 2
Kermode, Allen 17
Kerr, F.L. 18
Kerr, Frank 17
Kerr, Frank L. 28
Kilcawley, Helen A, 28
Kimball, C. R 4
Kimball, C.R. 26
Kimball, C.R. 32
King, Elizabeth 28
King, H.C. 6
King, Nettie 6
King, Ralph 4
Kintner, Elmer E. 27
Kirby, James J. 32
Kirby, Mrs. James J. 29
Kirby, W.D. 2
Kleeberger, Gilbert 28
Kleeberger, Gilbert [2] 31
Knapp, Elizabeth D. 28
Kohankie, Martin 30
Kulnane, John 29
LaDue, E.E. 32
Landphair, Mary B. 28
Lane, John 17
Laracy, Julia 29
Laroe, W.J. 27
Lawrence, E.E. 15
Lawrence, E.E. 26
Lawrence, E.E. 32
Lawrence,E.E. 18
Lawson, Carl C. 4
Leland, A.W. 7
Lennon, J.F. 12
Lennon, J.F. 16
Leonard, Rev. William A. 22
Lewis, H.J. 13
Lewis, H.J. 30
Lewis, Oscar A. 7
Link, Frank 17
Locker, James R 6
Locker, Jas. R. 6
Logan, Ruth 28
Long, [Secretary] 20
Loomis, Am??? 25
Loomis, Catherine 29
Lord, Alvin 29
Lord, Susan 29
Lowary, O.H. 27
Lowary, O.H. [2] 28
Lynch, E.J. 29
Lynch, John 29
Mallory, C.F. 13
Mallory, C.F. 16
Manchester, Chas. 32
Manville, George E. 4
Manville, George E. 7
Marcosson, Sol 22
Masten, [Sales Manager] 18
Master, Charles L. 10
Mayhew, E.D. 18
Mayhew, E.D. 28
McAdam, Florence 29
McAdam, Irma 29
McCabe, Bishop C.C. 29
McCulloch, L .P. 2
McKain, Florence 19
McKinney, Price 4
McMahon, James 2
McMahon, James 2
McMillan, Robert 17
McMillan, Robert 30
McRitchie, Harriett 28
Means, A.M. 22
Means, A.M. 24
Meek, G.S. 23
Meek, G.S. 26
Mehaffey, C.T. 18
Meket, F.J. 5
Mighton, P.J. 27
Mighton, P.J. 30
Miller, Florentine 19
Miller, Hazel 28
Miller, Hazel 31
Miller, Walter L. 8
Mills, L.V (2) 6
Mixer, Will 17
Moodey, Charles 17
Moodey, Geo. R. 17
Moody, Samuel 29
Moore, Dr. T.M. 4
Moore, E.W. 4
Morley, Charles R. 22
Morley, T.D. 6
Morley, T.D. 32
Morrison, F.L. 27
Morrison, F.L. 30
Mosely, Father 2
Mosely, Rev. Wm. 6
Mulqueeny, Margaret 29
Murray, F.H. 26
Murray, Margaret A. 22
Murray, W.P. 4
Myers, David 26
Nelson, Dr. J.D. 2
Nelson, J. D. 2
Nevins, Edw. 10
Nevins, Edw. 12
Newmann, Philip 2
Nolan, H.T. 29
Nolan, Harry T. 17
Nutt, J.R. 4

Name

Pg#

O'Brien, Margaret 29
O'Brien, T.C. Jr. 29
O'Herron, Matthew J. 29
Olin, John 2
Olsaver, C.T. 19
Olsey, J.J. 13
Osborne, F.M. 4
Ostrander, Ellen G. 28
Ostrander, R.M. 26
Otis, C.A. 26
Otis, Chas. 4
Otis, E. M. 2
Park, James 10
Park, James 12
Park, James 30
Park, James 31
Parker, Charles 17
Parker, Charles E. 28
Penfield, Arthur 2
Pennywitte, H.E. 8
Percy, J.H. 5
Perram, Elmer H. 6
Pierce, Clarence W. 10
Pierce, Clarence W. 12
Pike, Dan 29
Post, H.A. 23
Pratt, Frank 17
Price, W.J. 29
Prugel, Mike 5
Prugel, Mike 6
Pyle, F.T. 18
Quigley,C.P. 6
Quirk, F.B. 10
Radcliffe, W.R. 19
Reade, Geo. A. 32
Reed, Mrs. F.N. 4
Rentschler, M. J. 2
Rexford, C.N. 6
Rich, E.D. 14
Rider, Elder 25
Roberts, J.R. 6
Roberts, J.R. (2) 6
Roberts, M.G. 6
Rockafellow, S.A. 2
Rogers, B.H. 24
Rose, C.P. 13
Rose, C.P. 15
Rose, Herbert J. 4
Rose, Herbert J. 7
Rose, Herbert J. 8
Royce, C.N. 18
Ruskin, Mr. 4
Rust, E.D. 13
Rust, E.D. 16
Rust, P.W. 13
Rust, P.W. 15
Salkeld, G.M. 26
Salkeld, W.E. 32
Sawyer, E.S. 18
Schaffner, Rev. P.B. 6
Schultz, E.H 14
Schultz, J.A. 14
Scott, C.J. 23
Scott, C.J. 27
Scott, C.J. 30
Scott, Mr. 4
Scott, Mr. 21
Searls, C.W. 32
Seymour, Burritt B. 22
Shankland, S. D. 2
Shappard, W.H. 4
Shattuck, May 28
Sherman, W. P. 10
Sherman, W. P. 12
Sherman, W. P. 30
Sherwin, John 6
Sherwood, C.F. 26
Sherwood, Robert H. 30
Shields, Edith 6
Shumaker, C.H. 27
Sigsby, E.S. 4
Sigsby, J. W. 10
Sigsby, J. W. 15
Sisters of the Humility of Mary 29
Small, Vivian B. 22
Smith, Beatrice 28
Smith, Dale R. 27
Smith, Dale R. [3] 28
Smith, N. C. 2
Smith, Percy K. 22
Smith, Percy K. 24
Smith, W.F. 22
Smith, W.F. 24
Smith, Winne S. 6
Smith, Wynne S. 8
Sorvisto, Eleanor 19
Spaulding, L.J. 17
Speigle, Marie 28
Squares, F.B. 4
Staring, W. 4
Steele, George P. 22
Stevens, Blanche [2] 28
Stocking, Chauncey H. 13
Stocking, Chauncey H. 15
Stockwell, L.B. 2
Storrs, W.P. 21
Struble, Alice Jean 31
Struble, Alice Jean [2] 28
Sullivan, Mr. 13
Swain, F.D. 6
Swan, Rev. 2
Teachout, A.W. 4
Thayer, C.J. 12
Thayer, C.J. 15
Thayer, O.C. 8
Thorp, L.W. 17
Tisdel, E.C. 19
Todd, Cecil 2
Tolles, Shirley H. 22
Tracy, Mary 29
Traver (?), Mabel 6
Tucker, S.W. 4
Tuttle, H.B. 20
Tuttle, Martin A. 18
Tuttle, Martin A. 21
Tuttle, Roy A. 18
Tyler, Mrs. M.J. 6
Underwood, C.C. 17
Underwood, C.C. 18
Underwood, C.C. 26
Underwood, Clarence Cecil 28
Voegtler, Wm. M 5
Voegtler, Wm. M 20
Von Beseler, Geo. C. 6
Von Beseler, George 2
Wade, Henry T. 22
Wade, Henry T. 28
Wade, Henry T. 31
Wadsworth, C.J. 28
Waite, Jason 2
Webster, A.E. 18
Webster, A.E. 24
Welt, J. Edward 32
Werner, W.M. 17
West, Florence 6
West, J.W. 13
West, J.W. 15
West, T.B. 32
Whipple, Elizabeth 28
White, Bessie 29
Wilbur, Verne 2
Williams, Ethel 6
Williams, J.R. 18
Williams, J.R. 32
Williams, John R. 27
Williamson, Rev. James D. 22
Wilson, Sidney S. 7
Windecker, C.N. 21
Windecker, C.N. 26
Winter, Isabelle [2] 28
Wise, Esther [2] 28
Wolff, J.G. 30
Wolff, J.G. 31
Wolff, W. B. 30
Wolff, W.G. 30
Wood, C.S. 14
Wood, C.S. 16
Wood, John C. 17
Woolley, Mary E. 22
Wyman, Grace [2] 28
Wyman, Guy 17
Wyman, V.E. 17
Wyman, V.E. 21
Young, Eli S. 29
Index of Businesses
Name of Business/ Building

Page No.

[Buick Cars]

20

American Clay Mfg. Co.

2

American Storage Garage

5

Andrean Vulcanizing Co.

11

Andrews Institute for Girls

2

Andrews Institute for Girls

4

Architect

27

Architect

29

Attorney

13

Austin's Pharmacy

4

Austin's Pharmacy

8

Auto Garage

12

Auto Garage

16

Automobile Supplies

15

B & O repair shops

1

B.K. Elias & Co

18

B.K. Elias & Co.

21

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad

1

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad

23

Bickle Garage

10

Bitzer Furniture Co.

5

Bitzer Furniture Store

7

Board of Public Works

2

Builder

15

Builder

16

C.C. Hallinan [Flowers]

15

C.C. Hallinan Flowers

12

C.P. Rose [Concrete]

15

C.P.A. Railroad

6

Carpenter and builder

12

Carpenter and builder

13

Catholic Church

2

Church of Christ

25

Church of Christ

29

Citizens Loan & Building Co.

18

Cleveland Trust

4

Cleveland Trust

19

Cleveland Trust Company

24

Coal and Building Materials

30

Coal and Lumber

8

Coe Manufacturing Co.

1

Coe Manufacturing Co.

8

Coe Manufacturing Co.

21

Cole Nurseries

18

Concrete Blocks

15

Concrete Contrator

13

Contractor

14

Contractor

15

Contractor

16

Contractor & Builder

15

Contractor & Builder

16

Contractor-Builder

13

D.W.Brewer & Son, Contractors

15

Diamond Alkali

32

Diamond Alkali Co.

1

Diamond Alkali Co.

19

Diamond Alkali Co.

20

Diamond Alkali Co.

21

Disciple Church

2

E.D. Rich and Co.

13

E.D. Rich and Son Co

14

E.D. Rust

13

E.S. Sigsby, Interior Decorating

2

Economy Engineering Co.

2

Editor, The Republican

2

Educational Supply Co.

1

Episcopal Church

2

Erie Motor Co.

5

Erie Motor Co.

6

Erie Street Garage

12

Farm

6

Farm

20

First Baptist Church

25

First Church, Congregational

25

First Church, Congregational

25

First Congregational Church

27

Furniture

16

Furniture & Antiques

13

G. F Callandar & Son

32

Gail G. Grant Co.

7

General Contractor

13

Harbor Land Co.

20

Harbor Land Co.

32

Hard General Machine

12

Hard Machine Shop

15

Hawkins-Jepson Co.

6

Heating, Tinning, Plumbing, Tire Repair

14

Heating, Tinning, Plumbing, Tire Repair

16

Hiawatha Theater

2

Home for Widows and Dependents of Civil War Veterans

6

Hoyt Storage Battery Co.

3

Hoyt Storage Battery Co.

5

Hulbert Electric Co.

6

Hulbert Electric Co.

7

Interior Decorating

4

J. L. Parmly block

1

J.G. Wolff Coal Co.

30

J.G. Wolff Coal Co.

31

J.H.R Products Co.

2

J.Meyer & Son

26

Jenkins Lumber Co.

2

John Blackmore & Son

13

John Blackmore & Son

15

John Meyer & Son

19

John Meyer & Son [Clothing]

18

Kirby-Callandar Co.

26

Kirby-Callandar Co.

32

Lake Co. Farm Bureau

20

Lake Co. Savings & Loan Co.

18

Lake Co. Savings & Loan Co.

18

Lake Co. Savings & Loan Co.

20

Lake Co. Y.M.C.A.

32

Lake County Schools

18

Lake Erie College

22

Lake Erie College

31

Lake Shore Railroad

6

Lake Street Garage

6

Lake Street Garage

30

Lewis Pattern Works

4

Lewis Pattern Works

7

Lumber

14

Lumber

16

 
Name of Business/ Building

Page No.

Madison Basketcraft

4

Madison Basketcraft

6

Madison Garage

6

Madison Garage

8

Madison Garage

30

Maple City Laundry

7

Martin Kohankie Gardens

30

Mason-Contractor

13

Mentor Ave. Grocery

13

Mentor Avenue Grocery

30

Mentor Avenue Nurseries

18

Mentor Avenue Nurseries

22

Mentor Garage

30

Mentor Garage

12

Mentor Garage

31

Mentor Library

6

Mentor Public Schools

6

Mentor Village Officers

6

Methodist Church

29

Methodist E. Church

2

Methodist Episcopal Church

6

Methodist Episcopal Church

25

Morley & Warren

13

Mormon Temple

1

National Rubber "Tirefiller"

10

New Willoughby High School

4

New York Central (Lake Shore) Rail Road

1

Nickle Plate Railroad

1

Nickle Plate Railroad

6

Oakland Garage

18

Oakland Garage

24

Ohio Mfg. Co

1

Ohio Mfg. Co

5

Ohio Mfg. Co

23

Oho Textile Company

21

Osteopath

18

Osteopath

23

Overland-Sherwood Co.

30

Painesville Artificial Ice

27

Painesville Artificial Ice Co.

29

Painesville Auto Top Shop

12

Painesville Autotop Shop

10

Painesville Chamber of Commerce

17

Painesville Chamber of Commerce

24

Painesville Chamber of Commerce

26

Painesville City

17

Painesville City Hall

1

Painesville Coal & Builders Supply

31

Painesville Coal & Builders' Supply Co

28

Painesville Elevator Co.

1

Painesville Elevator Co.

27

Painesville Feed & Supply Co.

14

Painesville Feed & Supply Co.

15

Painesville High School

28

Painesville Metallic Binding Co.

22

Painesville Metallic Binding Co.

24

Painesville Public Schools

28

Painesville Public Schools

28

Painesville Public Schools

31

Painesville Telegraph

1

Painesville Township Park

1

Painesvillle Elevator

30

Painesvillle Hospital

19

Parmly Hotel

24

Penn.& Lake Erie Docking Co.

23

Perkins' Camp

1

Perram Tire Services

6

Photographer

8

Photography

6

Presbyterian Church

2

President James A. Garfield Home

1

Quirk Buick Service Station

10

Quirk Buick Service Station

12

R. Atkins General Repair Shop

16

Real Estate

23

S.R. King & Co.

16

S.R. King Yard

32

S.S. Wilson Co.

7

Scott Real Estate Agency

21

Sheet Metal

14

Shore Club

1

Solicitor

2

St, Mary's Church

29

St. James Church

27

St. Mary's Catholic Church

6

Standard Tire & Rubber Co.

2

Storrs & Harrison nursery

1

Sullivan and Francis

13

The Headlands

1

Truby Coal Co.

15

Truby Coal Co.

16

U.S. naval forces

9

Undertaker

4

Undertaker and Furniture

7

Village Board of Education

2

W.B. Formu Brassieres

23

Wadsworth Cabinet

1

Wayside Gardens Co.

14

Willoughby Chamber of Commerce

2

Willoughby Chamber of Commerce

17

Willoughby Garage

10

Willoughby Garage

30

Willoughby Garage Machine Shop

12

Willoughby Park & Monument

2

Willoughby Public Schools

2

Willoughby Studio

4

Willoughby Studio

7

Willoughby Studio

8

Willoughby Tire Shop

10

Willoughby Tire Shop

12

Willoughby Village Council

2

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