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Nathaniel Olds, 1837. Creator: Jeptha Homer Wade (American, 1811-1890) Featured Cleveland Print

Nathaniel Olds, 1837. Creator: Jeptha Homer Wade (American, 1811-1890)

Nathaniel Olds, 1837. The green-tinted spectacles worn by Olds were designed to protect the eyes from the intensity of Argand lamps, a type of indoor light used during the early 1800s. These lamps burned whale oil, and many people worried that its bright flames might damage eyesight.The painter of this portrait founded the Western Union Telegraph Company in 1854 and soon became one of Cleveland's wealthiest industrialists. His grandson, Jeptha Wade II, was a founder of the Cleveland Museum of Art and donated the land upon which it stands as a Christmas gift to the city in 1892

© Heritage Art/Heritage Images

Park Near Horseshoe Lake, Shaker Heights, Ohio, USA Featured Cleveland Print

Park Near Horseshoe Lake, Shaker Heights, Ohio, USA

Shaker Heights is a city in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States. Shaker Heights was a planned community developed by the Van Sweringen brothers, railroad moguls who envisioned the community as a suburban retreat from the industrial inner city of Cleveland

© Hollice Looney / Danita Delimont

998809114, Green, Park, Scenics, Tranquillity

Hurlburt Hurricane NX1223 Featured Cleveland Print

Hurlburt Hurricane NX1223

Hurlburt Hurricane NX1223 formula one racer; race number 85 - Information:- The Hurlburt Hurricane was unusual in being designed and built by three ladies; Mildred Caldwell, Margaret Hurlburt and Anna Logan of Cleveland OH.Powered by an 85hp Continental C85, the Hurricane was barred from competing in the Goodyear competition, because the event was restricted to male pilots! NX1223 was eventually flown as the Camburn Special in some competitions by Eugene "Joe" Smith

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans