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The new Engine House No. 18, 1630 Cleveland Ave, was dedicated on February 9, 2006.

The 2-story 21,614 square foot building cost $4.3 million. The House Captain at the time of the dedication was Steven B. Heselden.The final move of equipment into the station was made 4/10/2006. This fire station replaced the building at 1551 Cleveland Avenue which had been built in 1926.

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Columbus Die Tool and Machinery Co.

Columbus Die Tool and Machinery Co. Manufacturers of dies, tools, special machinery, jigs and fixtures. Business prospered 1907-1966. 955 Cleveland Ave. Photo courtesy of the Columbus Metropolitan Library

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Ohio State Fairgrounds

Ohio State Fairgrounds at the turn of the century. Source: Souvenir of Columbus by F. M. Kirby. Philadelphia: J. M. Jordan, 1903.

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The Innis home was on the northwest corner of Twenty-first and Cleveland Avenues.

Adam G. Innis is pictured on the far right.

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Columbus Metropolitan Library Linden Branch

A Linden Branch has served the area residents since 1928. The library pictured here opened May 14, 1952. The first location, 1751 Aberdeen Ave., opened 10/4/1928 and the second location at 2416 Cleveland Ave. opened 7/1/1935. Address: 2432 Cleveland Ave. Photo courtesy of the Columbus Metropolitan Library

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