A popular store in downtown Euclid from 1951 to 1969.
“You can’t live within four walls and expect to take children very far beyond them.”
Designed and developed an electric arc lighting system.
Corner of East 222nd Street and Lake Shore Boulevard named after Euclid’s “Downtown Patrolman,” William Dempsey
Dedicated on June 8, 1938 by Mayor Sims and constructed of Euclid bluestone.
Supplier of milk, ice cream and other dairy products to the many homes, businesses, and schools in Euclid.
Memorial dedicated to the Euclid men and women who served in the armed forces.
"Successful management, requires the intelligence of a genius, the patience of a Job, the fighting ability of a Spartan, and the enthusiasm of a nut."
A well-known and talented polka musician who helped to popularize polka music.
A special school devoted to educating mentally retarded students.
Fast-pitch softball player and longtime coach and manager of many Euclid softball teams
A founder of Euclid’s baseball leagues, as well as a well-known journalist and advertiser in Euclid.