Women, members of the Cleveland Museum of Art's Junior Council, take part in the Cleveland Press Christmas Caroling program inside the Museum. (1964)
Downtown's Largest Christmas Tree - 21 stories tall - decorates the face of the Erieview Tower. The simulated tree, outlined by more than 400 lights, has a twinkling eight-story cross in its center. A giant 36-foot Santa Claus also adds to the display furnished by the Turner Construction Co. and the Hartfield Electric Co. (1963)
Shaker Square decorated for Christmas ( 1930).
Winter scene of Public Square in Cleveland, Ohio. (1977)
Crowd waiting for the floats to go by in the Cleveland Christmas Parade.
Two children standing on chairs at balcony level, overlooking Sterling-Lindner-Davis lobby, with Christmas tree in background.
Erieview Plaza skating rink.
Davey Tree Expert Company employees haul a 73-foot pine tree slated to be set-up in the atrium of the Sterling-Lindner-Davis department store at 1215 Euclid Ave. in Cleveland, Ohio.
"Christmas Tree in the Old Arcade."
A man stands next to an old bobsled, which now serves as a stand for a Christmas tree farm, at the county fair.
"Tree in Terminal lobby -- Higbee's 50-foot Christmas tree in the Terminal foyer entrance to the store was brilliantly decorated for the open house. The tree drinks 50 gallons of water a day and actually is growing as it stands there.
First Christmas Tree on Public Square. In the background is Soldiers and Sailors Statue. The Tree is across the street from the May Company. (1968)