Alma Turner Building – Forest Park

This one-story commercial building is clad in yellow brick and has a red-tiled shed roof façade. The arched breezeway is the result of a recent alteration. The building has always housed commercial and professional tenants. Tillery’s Market and Renfro’s Drug # 16 were located here for many years. Ida Loving Turner had the property built … Read more

Forest Park Apothecary Shop and Doctors’ Offices – Forest Park

The siting of this two-story building provides for interesting access to it. The lower story is accessed from a parking lot and the upper story is accessed by a drive along the west elevation that connects the parking lot and Forest Park Boulevard. The first floor is used for retail space and the upper story … Read more

Streetlights, (Berkeley neighborhood) – Ben Hall

These ornamental streetlights were installed in the Cheltenham subdivision between c. 1926 and 1928. The slender metal poles, tapering and fluted, are composite designs assembled from the components of different standards, according to city staff. They are similar to the “National” model marketed by the Union Metal Co. of Canton, Ohio.

Streetlights, (Berkeley neighborhood) – Berkeley

These ornamental streetlights were installed in the Cheltenham subdivision between c. 1926 and 1928. The slender metal poles, tapering and fluted, are composite designs assembled from the components of different standards, according to city staff. They are similar to the “National” model marketed by the Union Metal Co. of Canton, Ohio.

Streetlights, (Berkeley neighborhood) – Chatburn

These ornamental streetlights were installed in the Cheltenham subdivision between c. 1926 and 1928. The slender metal poles, tapering and fluted, are composite designs assembled from the components of different standards, according to city staff. They are similar to the “National” model marketed by the Union Metal Co. of Canton, Ohio.

Streetlights, (Berkeley neighborhood) – Dartmoor

These ornamental streetlights were installed in the Cheltenham subdivision between c. 1926 and 1928. The slender metal poles, tapering and fluted, are composite designs assembled from the components of different standards, according to city staff. They are similar to the “National” model marketed by the Union Metal Co. of Canton, Ohio.

Streetlights, (Berkeley neighborhood) – Park Place

These ornamental streetlights were installed in the Cheltenham subdivision between c. 1926 and 1928. The slender metal poles, tapering and fluted, are composite designs assembled from the components of different standards, according to city staff. They are similar to the “National” model marketed by the Union Metal Co. of Canton, Ohio.

Streetlights, (Berkeley neighborhood) – Patton

These ornamental streetlights were installed in the Cheltenham subdivision between c. 1926 and 1928. The slender metal poles, tapering and fluted, are composite designs assembled from the components of different standards, according to city staff. They are similar to the “National” model marketed by the Union Metal Co. of Canton, Ohio.

Streetlights, (Berkeley neighborhood) – Pembroke

These ornamental streetlights were installed in the Cheltenham subdivision between c. 1926 and 1928. The slender metal poles, tapering and fluted, are composite designs assembled from the components of different standards, according to city staff. They are similar to the “National” model marketed by the Union Metal Co. of Canton, Ohio.

Streetlights, (Berkeley neighborhood) – Warner

These ornamental streetlights were installed in the Cheltenham subdivision between c. 1926 and 1928. The slender metal poles, tapering and fluted, are composite designs assembled from the components of different standards, according to city staff. They are similar to the “National” model marketed by the Union Metal Co. of Canton, Ohio.