Women, members of the Cleveland Museum of Art's Junior Council, take part in the Cleveland Press Christmas Caroling program inside the Museum. (1964)Photo by: The Cleveland Memory Project
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)Photo by: The Cleveland Memory Project
Crowd waiting for the floats to go by in the Cleveland Christmas Parade.Photo by: The Cleveland Memory Project
Two children standing on chairs at balcony level, overlooking Sterling-Lindner-Davis lobby, with Christmas tree in background.Photo by: The Cleveland Memory Project
Erieview Plaza skating rink.Photo by: The Cleveland Memory Project
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
Euclid Ave. in Cleveland, Ohio.Photo by: The Cleveland Memory Project
"Christmas Tree in the Old Arcade."Photo by: The Cleveland Memory Project
A man stands next to an old bobsled, which now serves as a stand for a Christmas tree farm, at the county fair.Photo by: The Cleveland Memory Project
"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.
Photo by: The Cleveland Memory Project
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)