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Ashtabula, Ohio - Large Letter Scenes


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Product measures 10 x 14.5 inches 100% Made in America 1/4" thick "Grade A" acrylic Hand buffed & diamond polished beveled edges Lantern Press is a dynamic art company that specializes in the world's leading imagery. Our collection includes original works created by our in-house art team, modern photography, home & office decor trends, antique maps, vintage posters, and everything in between. With an ever growing collection of world-renowned imagery, Lantern Press is a trendsetter known to decorate homes and major resorts - as well as the sets of commercials, films, and television shows.
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Photo Reprint Looking down the Ashtabula River, Ashtabula, Ohio 1911-1920


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Printed on archival photo paper, no mat, no backer. Item from the Historic Ohio Postcard collection, reprints from about 10,000 historic Ohio postcards. Photo Reprint Looking down the Ashtabula River, Ashtabula, Ohio 1911-1920.
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Ashtabula


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by: David Borsvold, Ashtabula Great Lakes Marine Coast Guard Memorial Museum
Ashtabula, Ohio has long been a major Great Lakes port city. During the peak of its harbor traffic in the early to middle 20th century, Ashtabula was a shipping and railroading boom town that thundered with the sounds of coal and iron ore transport. Immigrants from several nations came to work at the city's docks and chemical plants, creating a unique ethnic mix full of Old World heritage and traditions that gave the area its identity. Prepared in cooperation with Ashtabula Great Lakes and Coast Guard Memorial Museum, this book offers fascinating photographic images of Ashtabula ships, trains, buildings, and people, primarily from the boom era, which began in the 1870s and lasted for about a century.
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3dRose Danita Delimont - Brian Jannsen - Bridges - Smolen-Gulf Covered Bridge in Ashtabula, Ohio, USA - 11oz Two-Tone Blue Mug


Smolen-Gulf Covered Bridge in Ashtabula, Ohio, USA Mug is available in both 11 oz and 15 oz. Why drink out of an ordinary mug when a custom printed mug is so much cooler? This ceramic mug is lead free, microwave safe and FDA approved. Image is printed on both sides. Hand washing is recommended.
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3dRose Danita Delimont - Brian Jannsen - Bridges - Smolen-Gulf Covered Bridge in Ashtabula, Ohio, USA - 8x8 Potholder


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Smolen-Gulf Covered Bridge in Ashtabula, Ohio, USA Potholder is perfect for daily use, while coordinating well with any kitchen décor. This 8 by 8 inch, 50/50 cotton/polyester blend, pot holder features a quilted design which allows for more flexibility when using. Handy attached loop offers the option to hang for display or storage. Heat resistant for safely removing dishes from the oven and hot pots from the stove. Great as a hostess or housewarming gift. Check out our Special Offers and Product Promotions listed above.
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Ashtabula


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by: David Borsvold, Ashtabula Great Lakes Marine Coast Guard Memorial Museum
Ashtabula, Ohio has long been a major Great Lakes port city. During the peak of its harbor traffic in the early to middle 20th century, Ashtabula was a shipping and railroading boom town that thundered with the sounds of coal and iron ore transport. Immigrants from several nations came to work at the city's docks and chemical plants, creating a unique ethnic mix full of Old World heritage and traditions that gave the area its identity. Prepared in cooperation with Ashtabula Great Lakes and Coast Guard Memorial Museum, this book offers fascinating photographic images of Ashtabula ships, trains, buildings, and people, primarily from the boom era, which began in the 1870s and lasted for about a century.
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Ashtabula: People and Places


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by: Evelyn Schaeffer
Post-World War II Ashtabula was a major Great Lakes port with a thriving downtown. Local photographer Richard E. Stoner began taking photographs of the growing city in 1938, and for the next 58 years, his lens captured Ashtabula’s businesses, industries, and citizens. His commercial accounts ranged from the harbor’s Pinney Dock and Transport Company, to Main Avenue’s locally-owned Carlisle-Allen Company department store, to Ashtabula’s major war industries. Dick Stoner’s earlier photographs capture the Ashtabula that once was, including the week-long Sesquicentennial Celebration of 1953.
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Ashtabula, Ohio City Mug


This is a new ceramic coffee mug imprinted using the latest sublimation technology. This process embeds the image permanently and gives it a smooth surface with a crisp and vivid image. Design is imprinted on a standard 11 oz white mug and it is dishwasher safe. Same design printed on both sides of mug.
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Raising the Ashtabula, Ohio Lift Bridge


The counterbalanced lift bridge being raised in the Ashtabula (OH) Harbor on Saturday, June 27, 2009.
 

Greyhound bus trip through northern U.S.: (13) Ashtabula, Ohio to Erie Pennsylvania 2010-08-31


A Greyhound bus arriving at the lakeside city of Ashtabula. Columbus, Ohio makes a quick stop before returning to Interstate 90 several miles south to resume its ...
 

Demolition @ Old West Jr. High School, Ashtabula, OH


Demolition @ Old West Jr. High School, Ashtabula, OH.
 

American Legion Riders Post 103 Ashtabula, Ohio Conneaut AM LIVE


 

2017 AC The Ohio EPA public hearing at Kent State University-Ashtabula


The Ohio EPA held a public hearing Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017 at Kent State University - Ashtabula in regard to a mercury variance request submitted by EMC ...
 


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