Ohio Mid-Century Modern Buildings (page 2)

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Bron-Shoe Co.
Columbus, OH
The Bron-Shoe Co. was founded in 1934. This building was constructed in 1965. The company closed in 2018. By 2021, the building was housing the Four Seas Food Service Store. [map]

former Round Bar
Columbus, OH
Western Reserve Hardware [gone]
Madison, OH
The Round Bar was built in 1960 as the Club Lounge bar which was attached to the Clarmont Inn. In 1999, it was renovated and reopened as the Round Bar. In 2009, the bar closed and it was used by the Comfort Inn next door as a breakfast space for guests. There is a Holiday Inn Express there now. The building may be used as a lobby now. [map]

This Western Reserve Hardware building featured another folded-plate roof. It was probably built in the 1960s. It was demolished around 2018.

American Society of Metals
Novelty, OH
The geodesic dome at the American Society of Metals, later ASM International, was designed TC Howard of Synergetics, Inc. and built from 1958-1959. The dome is 103 feet tall and 250 feet in diameter. For more, see this website. [map]

Flyer's Bar and Grill
Parma Heights, OH
The Flyer's Bar and Grill was built around 1963 as the French West restaurant and nightclub. By the early 1970s, the building was housing the Circus Lounge. The building has been vacant since around 2019. [map]

Parma Heights Library
Parma Heights, OH
The Parma Heights Library appears to be from the 1960s. [map]

former Amy Joy Donuts [gone]
Bedford Heights, OH
This Amy Joy Donuts location last housed New Orleans Seafood. There are still four Amy Joy locations in the Cleveland area but none of them have this building design. The building had been vacant since at least 2015 and was demolished in 2022.

Nickles Bakery [gone]
East Liverpool, OH
Dual Manor Health Care Center [gone]
Cincinnati, OH
Nickles Bakery was established in 1909 and still has locations in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. I don't know if this building was built for the bakery or if something else was here before that. This photo is from 2012. By 2013, the building had been demolished.

The Dual Manor Health Care Center building was built in 1969. There were two cylindrical towers. It closed in 2019 and the buildings were demolished in 2022.

Shriners Syrian Temple [gone]
Cincinnati, OH
The Shriners Syrian Temple was built in 1962. The building was demolished in 2012.

Allcraft Marine
Cincinnati, OH
The Allcraft Marine building looks like it might be from the 1960s or 1970s. I don't know what was here originally. [map]

More Ohio:
3 Cascade Plaza & former Holiday Inn (Akron)
First American Loans (Akron)
City Hall (Brook Park) [gone]
Plaza Motel (Burbank)
Canton Museum of Art (Canton)
City Hall (Canton)
Bellevue Hill Park Pavilion (Cincinnati) [map]
United Auto Workers Building (Cincinnati)
Yeatman's Cove Concession Building (Cincinnati) [map]
Burke Lakefront Airport (Cleveland)
Franklin Park Adventure Center (Columbus) [map]
Ohio History Center: 1, 2, 3 (Columbus) [map]
Penzeys Spices (Columbus)
Taste of Ohio Cafe (Columbus)
parking garage (Cuyahoga Falls)
dome (Dayton)
Fox Theatres (Dayton & Kettering)
Inscription Rock Shelter (Kelleys Island)
former Martin Hardware (Mansfield)
former Mendon-Union Branch Library (Mendon)
City Hall (Newark)
Mr. Wash Bubble Brush (North Olmsted) [gone]
Biodome (Perrysburg)
former Central Union Terminal (Toledo)
Neil Armstrong Air & Space Museum (Wapokoneta)