Friday, May 3, 2013
Who remembers eating there?
This postcard is from The Cleveland Memory Project, a look at Cleveland-area history and vast photo archive presented by Cleveland State University Libraries. Strongsville Patch will feature other photos over the next few weeks. The description on the postcard reads like this: Coach House Family style dinners all you can eat 8181 Pearl Rd. (Rt. 42) 1/2 mile North of Ohio Turnpike Exit 10 Cleveland 36, Ohio Berea Rd 4-2208 open weekdays from 5 P. M. Sun. & Holidays at Noon. Serving country style chicken, seafoods, prime ribs, steaks, chicken paprikash. Private Dining Room for banquets, Weddings, Buffets. Recommended by Ducan Hines.
Monday, March 11, 2013
Cleveland Memory Project has a glimpse of Strongsville's past
The Cleveland Memory Project offers a look into the area's history with written works and a collection of pictures. This one's description: Aerial view of Strongsville, looking east. Whitney Rd. runs from top to bottom, and Interstate 71 is seen running left to right at the top of the photo. Pearl Rd. runs from left to right along the center." This photo originally appeared in the Cleveland Press in 1969. Cleveland Memory is a collaborative effort between the Cleveland State University Libraries.
Monday, February 25, 2013
CSU collection shows Strongsville, other communities back when
This photo is from The Cleveland Memory Project, a look at Cleveland-area history and vast photo archive presented by Cleveland State University Libraries. Strongsville Patch will feature the photos over the next few weeks.