Cause for Celebration


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Cause for Celebration

The first Sidaway Bridge was a wooden trestle bridge. When it opened to pedestrian traffic in November 1909, the three citizens organizations from the Kinsman Road and Jackowo neighborhoods of Cleveland which had successfully petitioned the city to build it, held a parade. The article and accompanying photo from the November 30, 1909 Cleveland Plain Dealer describes the community excitement when the new bridge opened and finally connected the two neighborhoods.


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