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Not merely blueprints, but these are the original drawings used in the making of Cleveland Stadium now known as Lakefront Stadium. In sharp, clean pencil, these are from the American Bridge Company who designed the beast. They have been signed off on, initialed and dated on various days in the year 1930, two years before the name was changed to Cleveland Stadium and opened for business. They show less important elements of the stadium, but still they are what they are Total of 12, they are each appx. 24x36”. From an old time, Cleveland Indians collector, they have not seen the light of day for decades.
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