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Address: 2233 Front St Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221.
Phone: (330) 928-9999
Specialties: Used Vintage Consignment, Accessories, Womens Clothing.
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Akron, Ohio, including a few small history pamphlets and realia from churches in the area. The majority of the photographs are color pictures taken during much of the construction in downtown Akron around the mid to late 1990s. Anyone interested in taking a look at this collection should make an appointment with us. Ohio Ballet - Ott Gangl ... More
Since 2007 the company has been providing Clothing, Secondhand. Posted on October 13, 2015. Brought to you by dandb. Secret Past is located at 2233 Front St, Cuyahoga Falls, OH. This business specializes in Thrift Stores. Secret Past is open Call for hours and accepts All Major Credit Cards, Mastercard, Personal Checks and Visa. More
Mail: 60 South High Street, Akron, Ohio 44326-0001 Phone: 330-643-9030 Genealogy Collection Highlights and Updates Getting Acquainted with the Special Collections Division We realize that many people are not familiar with our holdings. We collect for the purpose of helping you research, so please don’t let our collections be a secret! Past More
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Oh, well, Jim Lowe. You tried to warn them. Copy editor Mark J. Price is author of The Rest Is History: True Tales From Akron’s Vibrant Past, a book from the University of Akron Press. He can be reached at 330-996-3850 or firstname.lastname@example.org. More
AKRON, Ohio – Bodies buried nearly a century ago in unmarked graves beneath what is now Akron’s Schneider Park are the subject of a new documentary that is scheduled to air on PBS stations ... More
The Akron Signal Tree is approximately 300-350 years old. It predates the city of Akron, Ohio statehood, and even the founding of the United States. According to Mike Johnson, chief of conservation for the Summit County Metro Parks, the presence of the tree is curious enough. “It’s a bur oak, which is an unusual species for our area,” he ... More
In 1951, Kenny Nichols, Akron Beacon Journal columnist, said that it would be possible to feed 30,000 people at one time in Akron restaurants. The golden age continued into the 1960’s, but casual restaurants were coming into their own More