Street View of the Auditorium
Title:
Street View of the Auditorium
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1910 Jun-22


Timken Mercy Hospital
Title:
Timken Mercy Hospital
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused



McKinley Home
Title:
McKinley Home
Canton Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Sep-26


Views of Canton, O.
Title:
Views of Canton, O.
Canton Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



The Late Mrs. McKinley at Home
Title:
The Late Mrs. McKinley at Home
Canton Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Water Works Park
Title:
Water Works Park
Canton Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM Jul-4

Description:
Hand Colored



McKinley Home
Title:
McKinley Home
Canton Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Mar-09


Greetings from Canton
Title:
Greetings from Canton
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused



Bird's Eye View of Town
Title:
Bird's Eye View of Town
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1909 Apr-27


McKinley Residence - Mrs. Ida Saxton McKinley
Title:
McKinley Residence - Mrs. Ida Saxton McKinley
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1910 Feb-23



Mt. Marie College
Title:
Mt. Marie College
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1915 Jul-27


The Court House
Title:
The Court House
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused



McKinley's Monument
Title:
McKinley's Monument
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused


The Courtland Hotel
Title:
The Courtland Hotel
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused



McKinley Home
Title:
McKinley Home
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1907 Jul-10


Nimisilla Park
Title:
Nimisilla Park
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused



First ME Church
Title:
First ME Church
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused


West Tuscarawas Street
Title:
West Tuscarawas Street
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused



North Market Street
Title:
North Market Street
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused


The Auditorium
Title:
The Auditorium
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused



Central Engine House
Title:
Central Engine House
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused


Post Office
Title:
Post Office
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused



St. Peter's Catholic School and Church
Title:
St. Peter's Catholic School and Church
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused


East Tuscarawas Street
Title:
East Tuscarawas Street
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused



Imperial House
Title:
Imperial House
Canton Ohio (OH), Jumbo/Large Format unused


Mergus Charcoal Grille and Restaurant
Title:
Mergus Charcoal Grille and Restaurant
Canton Ohio (OH), Linen unused

Description:
225 West Tuscarawas.



McKinley's Home and Mercy Hospital
Title:
McKinley's Home and Mercy Hospital
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1913 Jan-3


Public Square, Looking North
Title:
Public Square, Looking North
Canton Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



The Auditorium
Title:
The Auditorium
Canton Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Seating capacity 5000 Second largest in the United States


Home of President McKinley
Title:
Home of President McKinley
Canton Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Canton Public Library
Title:
Canton Public Library
Canton Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back)


The Aultman Hospital
Title:
The Aultman Hospital
Canton Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



McKinley Home
Title:
McKinley Home
Canton Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


National Pro Football Hall of Fame
Title:
National Pro Football Hall of Fame
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused



South Plaza
Title:
South Plaza
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
Scene looking North on Market Avenue depicts the South Exhibit Building and Information Center in the heart of Canton. This new design for areas of relaxation, excitement and shopping is the gift of the Timken Foundation. Canton is known as the City of Diversified Industry with well over 100 items of manufacture. The Stark County Court House can be seen with its familiar Clock Tower and Trumpeting Angels in the upper center


Stark County District Library
Title:
Stark County District Library
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
715 market Avenue, North. The Main Building of the Stark County District Library is one of the largest public buildings in the United States that is solar heated and cooled. Many live tropical plantings are to be found in the sky-lighted solarium area. The 6 million dollar building covers an area larger than 118,000 sq. ft., houses 500,000 volumes, and circulates over 1,000,000 pieces of material annually



The National Tribute to the Memory of William McKinley, Westlawn Cemetery
Title:
The National Tribute to the Memory of William McKinley, Westlawn Cemetery
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused


Public Library and Stark County Traveling Library
Title:
Public Library and Stark County Traveling Library
Canton Ohio (OH), Linen unused



City Hall
Title:
City Hall
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
This modern brick and glass air conditioned structure houses Canton's City Government and is located two blocks from the City Square. canton is the hub of a metropolitan area of 250,000 and is located in the heart of Northeastern Ohio South of Lake Erie on U. S. routes 30 and 62 and is 1,065 feet above sea level


The Auditorium
Title:
The Auditorium
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM Jun-4



McKinley Home
Title:
McKinley Home
Canton Ohio (OH), White Border unused


Pennsylvania RR Station
Title:
Pennsylvania RR Station
Canton Ohio (OH), White Border unused



Westbrook Park Nursing Home
Title:
Westbrook Park Nursing Home
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
2714 Thirteen Street NW


Kent State University, Stark County Branch
Title:
Kent State University, Stark County Branch
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
6000 Frank Avenue N. Inviting entrance patio greets students and visitors to Ohio's largest university branch campus - Kent State University's Stark County Branch. Offering a comprehensive freshman and sophomore program, the Branch also provides selected upper level and graduate courses. Student enrollment on the 200-acre campus exceeds 2,150



Westbrook Park Nursing Home
Title:
Westbrook Park Nursing Home
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
2714 Thirteen Street NW


Public Square showing Court House
Title:
Public Square showing Court House
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1915 Aug-18



McKinley Home - Street View
Title:
McKinley Home - Street View
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1907 May-29


McKinley Home
Title:
McKinley Home
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused



Bridge and Creek in Cooks Park
Title:
Bridge and Creek in Cooks Park
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1909 Jul-20


Market Avenue, Looking North
Title:
Market Avenue, Looking North
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1916 Feb-4



Mercy--Timken Mercy Hospitals
Title:
Mercy--Timken Mercy Hospitals
Canton Ohio (OH), Linen

Description:
Mercy Hospital was established in 1908 in the home of former United States President William McKinley on Market Avenue North, and has been rebuilt and expanded to its present capacity of 237 adult beds and 52 bassinets. Timken Mercy Hospital was opened in the Timken family home at the corner of 12th Street and Harrison Avenue N. W. in 1952, and the new building was dedicated and opened in 1957. Total capacity is 237 adult beds and 36 bassinets. Both hospitals are operated by the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine


Street View of First Baptist Church
Title:
Street View of First Baptist Church
Canton Ohio (OH), White Border unused



Public Library & Stark County Traveling Library
Title:
Public Library & Stark County Traveling Library
Canton Ohio (OH), Linen unused


Pro Football Hall of Fame
Title:
Pro Football Hall of Fame
Canton Ohio (OH), Continental Chrome unused



Pro Football Hall of Fame
Title:
Pro Football Hall of Fame
Canton Ohio (OH), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The game's greatest heroes are permanently honored in an air of reverence that prevails in the Hall of Fame


City Hall Building
Title:
City Hall Building
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM Jun-29



Canton Public Library
Title:
Canton Public Library
Canton Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Mar-26


Folwell Building
Title:
Folwell Building
Canton Ohio (OH), White Border PM 1923 Oct-20



Geo. D. Harter Bank Building
Title:
Geo. D. Harter Bank Building
Canton Ohio (OH), White Border PM Dec-17


Stark Co. Work House
Title:
Stark Co. Work House
Canton Ohio (OH), White Border PM 1924 Apr-22



View on Golf Links, Country Club
Title:
View on Golf Links, Country Club
Canton Ohio (OH), White Border PM 1924 Apr-1


McKinley National Memorial
Title:
McKinley National Memorial
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1907 Jul-10



Saint Johns Parochial School
Title:
Saint Johns Parochial School
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused


View of Town from McKinley Memorial Avenue
Title:
View of Town from McKinley Memorial Avenue
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused



Fawcett Stadium
Title:
Fawcett Stadium
Canton Ohio (OH), Linen PM 1942 Oct-13


First Methodist Church - Where President McKinley Worshipped
Title:
First Methodist Church - Where President McKinley Worshipped
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused



Drive in Nimisilla Park
Title:
Drive in Nimisilla Park
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused


Public Square
Title:
Public Square
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused



Central Fire and Police Station
Title:
Central Fire and Police Station
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back


Aultman Hospital
Title:
Aultman Hospital
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused



View of The Auditorium
Title:
View of The Auditorium
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused


The McKinley National Memorial
Title:
The McKinley National Memorial
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back



Lagoon, McKinley National Memorial
Title:
Lagoon, McKinley National Memorial
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused


Boat Landing, Meyers Lake
Title:
Boat Landing, Meyers Lake
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused



View of Meyers Lake from Lakeside Country Club
Title:
View of Meyers Lake from Lakeside Country Club
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused


William McKinley Home
Title:
William McKinley Home
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1909 Jun-29



Pro Football Hall of Fame
Title:
Pro Football Hall of Fame
Canton Ohio (OH), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
the evolution of the football uniform is traced in colorful detail from the early days right up to the decade of the 1960's


Pro Football Hall of Fame
Title:
Pro Football Hall of Fame
Canton Ohio (OH), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Located just off Interstate Highway 77 on the northwest edge of town, it stands as a bright landmark even on a cold winter night



High Schools
Title:
High Schools
Canton Ohio (OH), Linen PM 1956 Aug-3

Description:
Timken Vocational School, Lehman High School and Athletic Field, Lincoln High School, McKinley High School Ralph Young


Cleveland Avenue, North of 9th Street
Title:
Cleveland Avenue, North of 9th Street
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back



U. S. Post Office and Ohio Power Co. Building
Title:
U. S. Post Office and Ohio Power Co. Building
Canton Ohio (OH), Linen unused


Tomb of President McKinley, West Lawn Cemetary
Title:
Tomb of President McKinley, West Lawn Cemetary
Canton Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Kent State University, Stark County Branch
Title:
Kent State University, Stark County Branch
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
Frank D. Kelley Inviting entrance patio greets students and visitors to Ohio's largest university branch campus - Kent State University's Stark County Branch. Offering a comprehensive freshman and sophomore program, the Branch also provides selected upper level and graduate courses. Student enrollment on the 200-acre campus exceeds 2,150


High School
Title:
High School
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1913 May-5



Central Fire Station
Title:
Central Fire Station
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1914 May-9


Monument to William McKinley, West Lawn Cemetary
Title:
Monument to William McKinley, West Lawn Cemetary
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused

Description:
Erected by a grateful people



City Hall
Title:
City Hall
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
This modern brick and glass air conditioned structure houses Canton's City Government and is located two blocks from the City Square. Canton is the hub of a metropolitan area of 250,000 and is located in the heart of Northeastern Ohio, South of Lake Erie on US routes 30 and 62 and is 1,065 feet above sea level


Aerial View, Lake Cable
Title:
Aerial View, Lake Cable
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
Located about 5 miles NW of Canton, Ohio. Was begun by the Cable Bros., on 650 acres of land of which 265 acres are under water. This man-made lake is fed by 50 to 60 springs. A great number of beautiful homes have been built along its 10 miles of shoreline. The lake having an average depth of app. 30 ft. abounds in bass, pickerel, silver cats, bluegills, etc. There is a large sandy beach and bath house for the use of members of the Lake Cable Club. Color by Frank D. Kelley



C.T. Branin Natatorium
Title:
C.T. Branin Natatorium
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
This modern pool, named for McKinley High School's longtime successful swim coach, was built and donated to the Canton Board of Education and City Recreation Department by Timken Foundation of Canton and was dedicated June 2, 1974. It cost more than $2 million. It is 25 years wide, 50 meters long with 1 and 3 meter diving boards


McKinley Senior High School
Title:
McKinley Senior High School
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome PM 1981

Description:
Frank D. Kelley 2323 17th Street, N.W. This beautiful new school completed in 1976 has 65 teaching areas, an auditorium seating 1593 with an enrollment of almost 2000. The school colors are red and black - school mascot is the bulldog



Laying Cornerstone of McKinley Monument Nov. 16th 1905
Title:
Laying Cornerstone of McKinley Monument Nov. 16th 1905
Canton Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Oct-30


Dedication of McKinley Monument
Title:
Dedication of McKinley Monument
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1912 Jul-2



Stark Co. Work House
Title:
Stark Co. Work House
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back


Tomb of President McKinley
Title:
Tomb of President McKinley
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused

Description:
This tomb is the one in which the body of the president rested previous to its removal to the tomb erected by popular subscription as the final resting place of the martyred President. It was guarded night and day by soldiers detailed by the Government for the purpose



Work House
Title:
Work House
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1909 Nov-27


Souvenir - Beach and Shells
Title:
Souvenir - Beach and Shells
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused



View on North Market Street
Title:
View on North Market Street
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back


Dedication of McKinley Memorial, Roosevelt Speaking
Title:
Dedication of McKinley Memorial, Roosevelt Speaking
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1908 Oct-5



Malone College
Title:
Malone College
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
Malone College is Canton's first Liberal Arts School. Located in Canton Ohio's cultural district City News Agency


Stark County Historical Center
Title:
Stark County Historical Center
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
Located at the foot of McKinley Monument at 749 Hazlet Avenue in NW Canton. Included in the Center is the Historical Museum, Hoover-Price Planetarium, Hall of Science and Industry and Health Education Center. Artifacts from the early life of Canton are in abundance with one room devoted to William McKinley, 25th President of the U.S.A., which features a large photomural of the president taken during one of his famous "front porch" speeches when he campaigned for President. Delegations from all over journeyed to Canton to hear his oratory - something now gotten by sight and sound in your own home via TV



Walsh College
Title:
Walsh College
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
2020 Easton St. Located on its 50 acre campus 5 miles north of Canton, Ohio's Central Plaza, Walsh is firmly in the tradition of the small, quality liberal arts college which is a feature of higher education in Ohio and is administrated and staffed by the Order of Brothers of Christian Instruction


City Hall
Title:
City Hall
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
This modern brick and glass air conditioned structure houses Canton's City Government and is located two blocks from the City Square. Canton is the hub of a metropolitan area of 250,000 and is located in the heart of Northeastern Ohio South of Lake Erie on U.S. routes 30 and 62 and is 1,065 feet above sea level



Fawcett Stadium
Title:
Fawcett Stadium
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
This stadium seating over 25,000 spectators is the scene of many athletic events of the Public School System in Canton. It is also the site of the Annual Pro Football Hall of Fame Game


Pike, Meyers Lake
Title:
Pike, Meyers Lake
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back



Folwell Building
Title:
Folwell Building
Canton Ohio (OH), White Border PM Jan-26


The Courtland Motel
Title:
The Courtland Motel
Canton Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back)



Timken-Mercy Hospital
Title:
Timken-Mercy Hospital
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
The Timken-Mercy Hospital is built around the former H. H. Timken family mansion. It is surrounded by beautiful spacious grounds. Canton, Ohio Curteichcolor


R 4603 a. McKinley vault, West Lawn Cemetery, Canton, Ohio
Title:
R 4603 a. McKinley vault, West Lawn Cemetery, Canton, Ohio
Canton Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Aug-21



The Highschool
Title:
The Highschool
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused


First Christian Church
Title:
First Christian Church
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused



Simpson M. E. Church
Title:
Simpson M. E. Church
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM Feb-16

Description:
Simpson M. E. Church, Canton, Ohio


McKinley National Memorial
Title:
McKinley National Memorial
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1907 Aug-14



South Cleveland Ave
Title:
South Cleveland Ave
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1909 Oct-28


Public Square showing court house, Canton, OH
Title:
Public Square showing court house, Canton, OH
Canton Ohio (OH), Linen unused

Description:
Series 5A-HI828 Public Square showing court house, Canton, OH



Folwell Block
Title:
Folwell Block
Canton Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Feb-26

Description:
Series A 4605


The Aultman Hospital
Title:
The Aultman Hospital
Canton Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Mar-10



Court House And Courtland Hotel
Title:
Court House And Courtland Hotel
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1915 Nov-15

Description:
Series 11834


Market St. Looking North
Title:
Market St. Looking North
Canton Ohio (OH), White Border PM 1924 Jul-01

Description:
Series 13045



McKinley High School
Title:
McKinley High School
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
Series S24491 Canton McKinley-"Where Champions are made and success is tradition."-is located on 3.44 acres of land, and has 6.21 acres of floor space. There are over 200 rooms with a capacity of 2500 pupils. It is named for President William McKinley, 25th president of the U.S., and his sister, Anna, who taught in the Canton Schools for 30 years. In 1918 when it was half completed 877 students were enrolled, the remaining half was completed in 1921. The highest enrollment has been 4100 students. The school has a teaching staff of 101 plus office personnel. It is known for its championship athletic teams called the Bull Dogs. The school colors are red and black. The annual is knows as the McKinleyite; the school paper, The McKinley Times.


Kent State University Stark County Branch, 6000 Frank Avenue N.W
Title:
Kent State University Stark County Branch, 6000 Frank Avenue N.W
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
Series S-75811 Situated on a 200-acre campus bordering interstate Route 77 north of Canton, the Stark County Branch represents the largest University Branch campus in Ohio. A resident faculty of 50 serves more than 2,510 students who enjoy a "small college atmosphere" backed by major University resources.



Timken Mercy Hospital, 12th St., & Harrison Ave N. W
Title:
Timken Mercy Hospital, 12th St., & Harrison Ave N. W
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
Series S-16875-2
The entire Timken Estate (Founder of Timken Roller Bearing Co.) at 12th St., and Harrison Ave. N.W. was the gift of the Timken Foundation. Timken Mercy Hospital was first opened in the Timken family home in Feb. 1952. With the help of funds from 2 public subscriptions the new building was dedicated in Jan. 1957. The hospital has a Cobalt "60" Bomb Therapy unit, the first cardiac Catheterization Lab. in Canton, first State approved school of practical nursing in Canton, 237 adult beds and 36 bassinettes


Cultural Center For The Arts, N. Market Street
Title:
Cultural Center For The Arts, N. Market Street
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
Series ICS-104374 This magnificent building is the home of Canton Art Institute. The Players Guild Theatre, Gail Watson Cable Recital Hall and the Great Court. The Center is a gift of the Timken Foundation and was built on the Harter E-state at a cost of over 10 million dollars. On the same property are the Exhibition Hall and Canton Memorial Auditorium.



Aultman Hospital, 2600 Sixth Street, S. W.
Title:
Aultman Hospital, 2600 Sixth Street, S. W.
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
Series ICS 108517 “Aultman Hospital is a complete, fully modern 700-bed acute-care facility featuring such programs and units as Open Heart Surgery, Neonatal Intensive Care, Perinatal Care, Rental Dialysis, Oncology, Ambulatory Care Clinic; and participating in the Northeast Ohio Universities College of Medicine. Founded in 1892.”


Canton Baptist Temple, 515 Whipple Ave. N. W
Title:
Canton Baptist Temple, 515 Whipple Ave. N. W
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
Series ICS-103020-2 Harold Henniger D.D. Pastor Total capacity of Temple 7,000



Court House
Title:
Court House
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1907 Feb-26

Description:
Series D 4608


Skyline View Of Canton From McKinley Monument
Title:
Skyline View Of Canton From McKinley Monument
Canton Ohio (OH), White Border PM 1937 Sep-14



Dedication Of McKinley Memorial
Title:
Dedication Of McKinley Memorial
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1908 Sep-10

Description:
Series 13 Dedication of McKinley Memorial, Roosevelt Speaking Canton, Ohio.


McKinley National Memorial
Title:
McKinley National Memorial
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused

Description:
"It is god's way his will be done."



West Lawn Cemetery
Title:
West Lawn Cemetery
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1977 Apr-00


City Hall
Title:
City Hall
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM Jul-17



View At Water Works Park
Title:
View At Water Works Park
Canton Ohio (OH), White Border PM 1927 Aug-08


McKinley Tomb And Memorial
Title:
McKinley Tomb And Memorial
Canton Ohio (OH), White Border PM 1927 Aug-08



Cultural Center For The Arts, N. Market Street
Title:
Cultural Center For The Arts, N. Market Street
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
This magnificent building is the home of Canton Art Institute, The Players Guild Theatre, Gail Watson Cable Recital Hall and the Great Court. The Center is a gift of the Timken Foundation and was built on the Harter E state at a cost of over 10 million dollars. On the same property are the Exhibition Hall and Canton Memorial Auditorium.


McKinley High School
Title:
McKinley High School
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
Canton McKinley - "Where Champions are made and success is tradition." - is located on 3.44 acres of land, and has 6.21 across of floor space. There are over 200 rooms with a capacity of 2500 pupils. It is named for President William McKinley, 25th President of the U.S., and his sister, Anna, who taught in the Canton Schools for 30 years. In 1918 when it was half completed 877 students were enrolled, the remaining half was completed in 1921. The highest enrollment has been 4100 students. The school has a teaching staff of 101 plus office personnel. It is known for its championship athletic teams called the Bull Dogs. The school colors are red and black. The annual is known as the McKinley; the school paper, The McKinley Times.



Stark County Historical Center
Title:
Stark County Historical Center
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
Houses many industrial exhibits, the Planetorium, the President McKinley Room, and the Health and Education Center.


Canton Baptist Temple, 515 Whipple Ave.
Title:
Canton Baptist Temple, 515 Whipple Ave.
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
Harold Henniger, D.D., Pastor total Capacity of temple 7,000.



City Hall
Title:
City Hall
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
This modern brick and glass air conditioned structure houses Canton's City Government and is located two blocks from the City Square. Canton is the hub of a metropolitan area of 250.000 and is located in the heart of Northeastern Ohio South of Lake Erie on U. S. routes 30 and 62 and is 1,065 feet above sea level.


Stark County Historical Center
Title:
Stark County Historical Center
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
Located at the foot of McKinley Monument at 749 Hazlet, Avenue in N. W. Canton. Included in the Center is the Historical Museum, Hoover-Price Planetarium, Hall of Science and Industry and Health Education Center. Artifacts from the early life of Canton are in abundance with one room devoted to William McKinley, 25th President of the U. S. A., which features a large photomural of the President taken during one of his famous "front porch" speeches when he campaigned for President. Delegations from all over journeyed to Canton to hear his oratory - something now gotten by sight and sound in your own home via TV.



Timken Vocational High School
Title:
Timken Vocational High School
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
Serves vocational education in 17 areas of training for business and industry, and was the Timken Foundation. The new school was completed in 1939 on the site of old Central High. This half acre plot has been in continuous use for educational purposes since the early 1800's. The school colors are blue and gold, the athletic teams are known as the trogons and the school annual is called the T I V O. The function of T.V.H.S. was aptly described by Mr. H. H. Timkin, Sr., founder of the Timken Foundation "To fit particularly the young people who do not and can not go to college, to be in a better position to gain a livelihood."


Home Of President McKinley
Title:
Home Of President McKinley
Canton Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Court House
Title:
Court House
Canton Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
County Court House. The Clark County Court Hose is a handsome structure, supplemented by a County office building of striking architectural design and modern construction, the two buildings representing an expenditure of more than $200,000.


St. John's Catholic Church
Title:
St. John's Catholic Church
Canton Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
One of the most beautiful Altars in the State. Gift of Joseph Dick to St. John's Catholic Church



St. Peter's R. C. Church
Title:
St. Peter's R. C. Church
Canton Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Trinity Lutheran Church
Title:
Trinity Lutheran Church
Canton Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Court House
Title:
Court House
Canton Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


City Square
Title:
City Square
Canton Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
The city square was laid out Sept. 5, 1805, by Bezaieel Wells, the founder of Canton. The first building was the Market House, now turned over to the Fire Department, The Public Square is the centre of the city, which extends 10,720 feet to the north, 10,620 feet east, 14,020 feet south, and 13,320 feet west of the Square, the latter being 120 feet wide.



Pro Football Hall Of Fame
Title:
Pro Football Hall Of Fame
Canton Ohio (OH), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
A Monument to the great Jim Thorpe dominates the entrance lobby and the curved ramp leading to the exhibition area


Pro Football Hall Of Fame
Title:
Pro Football Hall Of Fame
Canton Ohio (OH), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The Pro football Hall of Fame is considered to be one of the most beautiful of all sports shrines



Pro Football Hall Of Fame
Title:
Pro Football Hall Of Fame
Canton Ohio (OH), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Enshrinee Mementoes Room. The men who are enshrined are given individual attention in either picture or memento form in the Enshrinee Mementoes Room


Pro Football Hall Of Fame
Title:
Pro Football Hall Of Fame
Canton Ohio (OH), Continental Chrome PM 1990 Feb-00

Description:
Every National Football League team is honored by the ever-changing Professional Football Today display



Pro Football Hall Of Fame
Title:
Pro Football Hall Of Fame
Canton Ohio (OH), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The men, who are enshrined, are given individual attention in either picture or memento form in the Enshrine Mementoes Room.


Stark County Historical Center
Title:
Stark County Historical Center
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
Houses many industrial exhibits, The Planetarium, The President McKinley Rom, and /the Health and Education Center.



Timken Vocational School
Title:
Timken Vocational School
Canton Ohio (OH), Linen unused


U. S. Post Office And Ohio Power Co. Building
Title:
U. S. Post Office And Ohio Power Co. Building
Canton Ohio (OH), Linen unused



Court House
Title:
Court House
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back


Mckinley Memorial
Title:
Mckinley Memorial
Canton Ohio (OH), White Border PM 1915



Pavilion In Nimisilla Park
Title:
Pavilion In Nimisilla Park
Canton Ohio (OH), White Border PM 1920


First Bapist Church
Title:
First Bapist Church
Canton Ohio (OH), White Border unused



Trinty Reformed Church
Title:
Trinty Reformed Church
Canton Ohio (OH), White Border unused


Arboretum Park, Canton Park System
Title:
Arboretum Park, Canton Park System
Canton Ohio (OH), Linen unused



Fawcett Stadium
Title:
Fawcett Stadium
Canton Ohio (OH), Linen unused


Aerial View Of McKinley Memorial And Canton's Park System
Title:
Aerial View Of McKinley Memorial And Canton's Park System
Canton Ohio (OH), Linen unused



First Christian Church
Title:
First Christian Church
Canton Ohio (OH), Linen unused


First Methodist Church
Title:
First Methodist Church
Canton Ohio (OH), Linen unused

Description:
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH IS LOCATED AT THE INTERSECTION OF WEST TUSCARAWAS ST. AND CLEVELAND AVE. CONSTRUCTED IN 1883 IT IS CONTON'S OLDEST AND LARGEST METHODIST CHURCH. WILLIAM MCKINLEY, TWENTY FIFTH PRESIDENT OF UNITED STATES, WAS AN OFFICIAL MEMBER AND SUNDAY SCHOOL SUPERINTDENT OF THIS HISTORIC CHURCH. THE CHURCH KNOWN THROUGHOUT THE AREA FOR ITS MAGNIFICANT CALVIN E. BALL MEMORIAL ORGAN.



Canton Bapist Church
Title:
Canton Bapist Church
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
515 WHIPPLE AVE. HAROLD HENNIGER, D.D.,PASTOR TOTAL CAPACITY OF TEMPLE 7,000


Stark County Historical Center
Title:
Stark County Historical Center
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
Houses many industrial exhibits, the Planetorium, the President McKinley Room, and the Health and Education Center.



High Schools
Title:
High Schools
Canton Ohio (OH), Linen unused

Description:
Timken Vocational School, Lehman High School and Athletic Field, Lincoln High School, McKinley High School.


Greetings From Clanton
Title:
Greetings From Clanton
Canton Ohio (OH), Linen unused



W.H.B.C. Broadcasting Station
Title:
W.H.B.C. Broadcasting Station
Canton Ohio (OH), Linen PM 1951

Description:
WHBC was founded in 1925, and its studios are housed in this beautiful and modern structure. An affiliate of the Mutual Broadcasting System, WHBC is one of the oldest radio stations in the country.


Woodland Inn, Lincoln Highway
Title:
Woodland Inn, Lincoln Highway
Canton Ohio (OH), Linen unused

Description:
15 miles west of Canton 18 modern cabins. Hot & Cold water private showers and Electric dining room service



First National Bank Building And Court House
Title:
First National Bank Building And Court House
Canton Ohio (OH), Linen unused


McKinley's Home And Mercy Hospital
Title:
McKinley's Home And Mercy Hospital
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused



Central Engine House
Title:
Central Engine House
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1908


Greetings from Canton
Title:
Greetings from Canton
Canton Ohio (OH), Linen unused



Fountain in Water Works Park
Title:
Fountain in Water Works Park
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1910


First National Bank Building and Court House
Title:
First National Bank Building and Court House
Canton Ohio (OH), Linen unused



Belden Village Mall
Title:
Belden Village Mall
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
The Magnificent Mall. Everhard Rd. & Whipple Ave. Just off Interstate 77


Downtowner Motor Inn, 621 North Market Street
Title:
Downtowner Motor Inn, 621 North Market Street
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
100 modern air-conditioned rooms completely equipped, Direct dial telephones, bellmen, porters, free parking, free TWX reservation service, heated pool, meeting rooms. In the heart of the theater and shopping district. Visit our cocktail lounge, entertainment nightly. Dine in the beautiful CAMELOT Dining Rom. Phone 216-453-8211. The crest of convenience and rest



Belden Village Mall
Title:
Belden Village Mall
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
"Where Good Taste Costs No More" Everhard Rd & Whipple Ave. Canton, Ohio 44718 (Just off Interstate 77) Dexter press


National Pro Football Hall of Fame
Title:
National Pro Football Hall of Fame
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
NATIONAL PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME Canton, Ohio This shrine is the brainchild of sports writer Germane Swanson and was financed with funds contributed by fans of the great game across the nation. It is located in the Canton Park System on 14 wooded acres in the N. W. section of the city next to Canton Expressway (Rt. 77). It is a two building complex which features a 52 foot dome - a stylized architectural impression of a football. The dramatic mural sculptured in copper over the entrance was hand-hammered by Dole Drulis and weighs over 800 lbs. While Latrobe, Pa. is considered the real home of Professional Football, Canton, Ohio is where the National Football League was founded in 1920. In addition, the first football championships were decided here. It is also where Jim Thorpe had first stirred national interest in the great game



Turner Accident & Industrial Injury Clinic, 3717 Cleveland Ave., N.W.
Title:
Turner Accident & Industrial Injury Clinic, 3717 Cleveland Ave., N.W.
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
Series ICS 108111 Founded by Dr. Earl A. Turner in 1969 and truly one of Ohio's modern Chiropractic facilities, the Turner Accident & Industrial Injury Clinic is dedicated to the highest professional standards of diagnosis, treatment and care.


Market Avenue Looking North
Title:
Market Avenue Looking North
Canton Ohio (OH), Linen unused

Description:
Series 3C-H95



Timken Mercy Hospital
Title:
Timken Mercy Hospital
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
The Timken-mercy Hospital is built around the former H. H. Timken Family mansion. It is surrounded by beautiful spacious grounds. Canton, Ohio.


Football Team 1906
Title:
Football Team 1906
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 12 Top row - Ernst, Schrontz, Thorpe, Cure, Wallace, Murphy, Rilley, Townsend Bottom Row - Sheldon, Lang, Reemsnyder, Stevenson, Sweet, Steinberg.



The Public Square
Title:
The Public Square
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused


Central High School
Title:
Central High School
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Central High School, a handsome structure of pressed brick and stone, was established in 1854. It contains twenty-four rooms and has an attendance of about 700 pupils of both sexes. An auditorium in the building seats 700 persons. The value of the school, lot, apparatus and furniture is $125,000.



North Cherry St. School
Title:
North Cherry St. School
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused


National Pro Football Hall Of Fame
Title:
National Pro Football Hall Of Fame
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
This shrine is the brainchild of sports writer Germane Swanson and was financed with funds contributed by fans of the great game across the nation. It is located in the Canton Park System on 14 wooded across in the N. W. section of the city next to Canton Expressway (Rt. 77). It is a two building complex which features a 52 foot dome - a stylized architectural impression of a football. The dramatic mural sculptured in copper over the entrance was hand-hammered by Dale Drulis and weighs over 800 lbs. While Latrobe, Pa. is considered the real home of Professional football, Canton, Ohio is where the National Football League was founded in 1920. In addition, the first football championships were decided here. It is also where Jim Thorpe had first stirred national interest in the great game.



Auditorium
Title:
Auditorium
Canton Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Largest Convention Hall in the State McKinley Banquet Scene


Folwell Block
Title:
Folwell Block
Canton Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Acme Click Y-Mart Family Stores
Title:
Acme Click Y-Mart Family Stores
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
Click #59, 2905 Whipple Ave., Canton - Opened June 22. 1982.


Brunnerdale Seminary, R. R. 1
Title:
Brunnerdale Seminary, R. R. 1
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome PM 1956 Jun-25

Description:
Preparatory Seminary for those who wish to become priests in the Society of the Precious Blood.



McKinley Memorial
Title:
McKinley Memorial
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1915 Mar-29

Description:
East Reflection


First National Bank Building
Title:
First National Bank Building
Canton Ohio (OH), Linen unused



Saint John'S Catholic Church
Title:
Saint John'S Catholic Church
Canton Ohio (OH), Linen unused


Mc Kinley Residence
Title:
Mc Kinley Residence
Canton Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused



Stark County Historical Center
Title:
Stark County Historical Center
Canton Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
HS.8-Stark County Historical Center In Planetarium Lobby, a 4 foot diameter illuminated world globe shows world wide location of Bell communication systems. Vanguard, Telstar and Echo satellites are displayed in orbital position. An educational feature at the Stark County Historical Center.


U. S. Post Office and Ohio Power Co. Building
Title:
U. S. Post Office and Ohio Power Co. Building
Canton Ohio (OH), Linen unused





Total: 198 Items