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This is a very interesting and rather scarce map of Cleveland, Ohio, showing the city's origins at it's incorporation in 1836.   The cartographer, Arthur Suchy, researched the historical records to develop this authentic view of the city at its origins.  Expectedly, streets, significant buildings are shown -- City Hall, Old Fort, Light House, Churches, Buffalo Co. purchase, etc.  The 20 insets include a view of Cleveland in 1800, the Lighthouse, Columbus Street Bridge, Ships such as Vandelia and the USS Michigan, multiple churches, the Second Court House, etc.   

1937 Suchy Map of Historical Cleveland as it was in 1836

SKU: 2506
  • Title

    Map of Cleveland and Ohio City…

  • Map Maker Specifics

    A Suchy, 1937, Rochester

  • Size

    13.3 x 10.5 in. plus margins

  • Condition

    Very Good-good.  Nice color print, with modest age toning mostly in the margins and small marginal splits.

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