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May 2 Preview Party -  Reservation Required
May 3 &4 Public Sale

Sale on the Grounds 2014

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Powers House
17855 Lake Road
In December of 2013 the City of Lakewood designated the house at 17855 Lake Rd. owned by the Power's family a Lakewood Landmark Property. Click Here to read the press release and here to read more about about Lakewood's Historic Preservation Ordinance.
Yesterday’s Lakewood, part of Cleveland State University’s Cleveland
Memory Project, needs your help identifying the following houses. If you have any information, please
contact the Lakewood Historical Society at 216.221.7343 x1 or museum@lakewoodhistory.org. Thank you.
Do You Recognize These Homes?
Unidentified House

The Historical Society's Educator, Lisa Alleman, was interviewed by David Moss for the show "New Day Cleveland" on their recent Lakewood road trip episode.
New Day Cleveland

Remembering Dr. James Butler
Please click the link above to read about Dr. James Butler, son of LHS founder Margaret Manor Butler.Please click the link above to read about Dr. James Butler, son of LHS founder Margaret Manor Butler.
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Lakewood Historical Society members enjoy a 10% discount on all purchases in the Museum Store.Your purchase supports the exhibitions and programs at Lakewood Historical Society. Join today.
Lakewood Historical Society
14710 Lake Avenue
Lakewood, Ohio 44107
P: 216.221.7343
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Museum Hours
Sundays 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Wednesdays 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.
February through November.
Closed major holidays.