Snippets of Bay by KL

Elizabeth Hughes Cahoon 1830 – 1914

Snippets of Bay Village History – Kay Laughlin Elizabeth Hughes Cahoon 1830 – 1914 On Dover Center Road just south of the old Broadview Savings and Loan Branch Office is a small Victorian farmhouse. What is the story behind this … Continue reading

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Marvel E. Sebert, A Most Admired Teacher

Snippets of Bay Village History – Kay Laughlin Marvel E. Sebert, A Most Admired Teacher, English 101 On the third floor of old Parkview School in the northwest class room with two walls of windows overlooking Cahoon Memorial Park and … Continue reading

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Bay Village Teenage Social Clubs 1930-50’s

Snippets of Bay Village History = Kay Laughlin Bay Village Teenage Social Clubs from the 1930’s to 1950’s. Not a lot was offered in the way of programs, athletic or social, for a teenager in Bay Village in the 1930 … Continue reading

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Bay Recreation Dances 1946-1947

Snippets of Bay Village History – Kay Laughlin Bay Recreation Dances 1946-1947 I found this letter in some of my Dad’s papers. It is a report by the chairman, my Dad, J. Ross Rothaermel, of the Youth Dance Committee for … Continue reading

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Dover Bay Park, After 1900, Part II

Snippets of Bay Village History – Kay Laughlin Dover Bay Park , After 1900 – Part II To set the scene, Washington Lawrence’s Dover Bay Park was a colony of cottages owned by Cleveland’s finest situated on the north side … Continue reading

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Joseph Waldeck

Snippets of Bay Village History – Kay Laughin Joseph Waldeck Joseph Waldeck came into Dover township in 1899. Joseph was the superintendent of the American Steel & Wire Company on 55th Street in Cleveland, Ohio. His brother had just purchased … Continue reading

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Snippets of Bay Village History – Kay Laughlin The Home front – I remember WWII If you were alive during WWII, you were caught up in the atmosphere. It was a time you never forgot. Look, Life, The Saturday Evening … Continue reading

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Snippets of Bay Village History – Kay Laughlin The Cahoon Homestead House, Rose Hill Museum, Turns 200 Years Old In 1818, Joseph and Joel Cahoon, using a simple carpenter’s manual, built the Cahoon homestead house on the west hill above … Continue reading

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