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Sidney Andorn

People Residents Sidney Andorn – Radio and Television News Commentator 10400 Brighton Road Sidney Andorn Sidney Ignatius Andorn was born on September 25, 1906, in Newark, Ohio. He moved to Cleveland with his family in 1912. After graduating from Western Reserve University with a degree in English, he joined the Cleveland Press in 1929, soon…

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13123 Lake Shore

Places Homes Current 13123 Lake Shore Boulevard Plat No. 631-10-015 Subplot 8 in the W. H. Osborn Subdivision 13123 Lake Shore Boulevard 2014 John Frederick Corlett acquired the property from Kittie F. Killip on December 9, 1921. A 4,700 square-foot home built was built in 1924 on 3.1 acres with four bedrooms and three full…

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John Corlett

People Residents John Corlett – Manufacturers Agent 13123 Lake Shore Boulevard John Corlett had been continuously associated with J. F. Corlett & Co., a steel and steel manufacturers’ agent from 1890 until his retirement in 1946. The firm was district agents over the State of Ohio for such mills as Lukens Steel Company in Coatesville,…

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Lieutenant Bitten

People Police Lieutenant Bitten in Battle At Station Reprinted from The Cleveland Plain Dealer, Thursday, June 10, 1915 Prisoner Also Demolishes Furniture at Bratenahl Police Headquarters Before being overpowered by four Bratenahl police and three employees of the Bratenahl road department, John Arcon, 50, of Cleveland, yesterday afternoon bit one of the hands of Lieutenant…

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105 st. Depot Riot

History Memorable Events Whole Train of Strike Breakers Riot Clash Between Chicago and St. Louis Factions Mounting costs of living, impatience with expensive arbitration proceedings, and demands for better work conditions pushed the railroad brotherhoods into a brief phase of militancy around World War I when the Federal government seized the railroads. Labor made significant…

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Police Officers

People Police Bratenahl Police Officers Police Officers 1926 Police Officers 1941 Police Officers 1962 Police Officers 1973 Police Officers 1990 Police Officers 2014 Back to People Police List

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Depot Gun Fight

History Memorable Events 105th Street Train Depot Gun Fight Strike Breakers Greeted by Gunshots On June 6, 1911, 4,000 workers of the International Ladies Garment Workers Union took to the streets to picket for improved working conditions in their factories. The workers’ demands included a 50-hour workweek with Saturday afternoons and Sundays off and no…

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Police Get Goats

History Memorable Events Reprinted from the Cleveland Plain Dealer – June 13, 1939 Bratenahl Police Toil, but Get Their GoatsĀ  BY ROILIF LOVELAND Bratenahl Police Always Get Your Goats At 3:01 yesterday afternoon (June 12, 1939), two goats named Doc and Billy leaped over a five-foot high-wire fence surrounding the children’s play yard at the…

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E. R. Squibb & Sons

Places Historical Places Reprinted from the Cleveland Plain Dealer June 25, 1957 Ground Broken for E. R. Squibb’s Bratenahl Office Bratenahl’s Mayor R. Henry Norweb Jr., drove a bulldozer yesterday at ground-breaking ceremonies for a new building to house the local distributing branch of E. R. Squibb & Sons, a division of Olin Mathieson Chemical…

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13211 Lake Shore

Places Homes Current 12521 Lake Shore Boulevard Plat No. 631-10-104 Sublont 9 in the W. H. Osborn Subdivision 13211 Lake Shore Boulevard Charles and Julia Selzer acquired the property from C. Loomis on November 6, 1889, and built a 4,300 square-foot single-family home on 2.7 acres with three bedrooms and three full bathrooms, and one-half…

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