Cleveland, Ohio, Euclid Avenue and East Sixth Street, c1910

By the turn of the century, Euclid Avenue was a developing commercial thoroughfare, extending out from Public Square. Five-and-dimes shared space with office buildings, banks and lavish department stores. New buildings were quickly replacing some of the Cleveland�s first mansions on the street known nationwide as Millionaire�s Row. Just across the street from this intersection was Taylor�s Department Store, which by 1913 stood 9 stories tall and employed as many as 1,500 people.


Cleveland, Ohio, Euclid Avenue and East Sixth Street, c1910

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