1917 Canton OH stairs at the home of Hans O Hansen. Young woman with WWI Hat salute and army shirt was identified as Niel E Hansen's future bride, Helen Sanders by Noah Elwood Weaver
1917 Paul Henry Weaver with WWI hat and shirt. Stairs by Hans O Hansen's home in Canton OH. By NEW
1917 same stairs, Canton Ohio, woman, Helen Sanders with WWI dressed Niel Esburn Hansen- Lester Sanders is her father according to my research.
836 Savannah Ave, Canton OH, here is Niel E Hansen in uniform visiting his father Hans O Hansen at the manufacturing building in 1917 - Curious of Hans worked both here in Canton And at the Mansfield Reformatory at that time
Photo with 1917 Canton photos, not labeled: L-R Henry Eicher, woman in white, Edna Eicher Weaver, 2nd woman in white, tall man and Hans O Hansen
1917 McKinley Memorial, with Paul H Weaver, age 6 with his grandfather, Henry Eicher, by NEW
1917 August with PHW on the right side of the reflecting ponds, by NEW
August 1917, back of NEW photo "Canton Water Works Park 8/1917"
BOZI MOHACEK ------------------------------------ SOCIETY CHAIRMAN & WEBMASTER Surrey Vintage Vehicle Society England www.svvs.org 
Two photographs with text as per attached. Rounded radiator design on the Oldsmobile came in in cca 1917 and went through to cca 1925. The triangular shaped bumper came in cca 1920. Both photos show slightly unusual headlights. Drum headlights were in use by 1922. I think the cars in the photos could be the same car, a cca 1920 Oldsmobile 45B Touring, similar to the photo attached. Will put an item on our Help Pages about the car.
Although this photo is on the same page as some 1922 Lake Erie Scenes, the Ohio License Plate says 1920. I think this the same car and thus an Olds , and I see Henry Eicher eating what appears to be a sandwich and Edna Eicher Weaver, his youngest child sitting inside. Rural Ohio somewhere, not labeled AND likely the conveyance for the family throughout Ohio.
July 1922 Rutted Road "On the Way to Cedar Point" Writing of Edna Eicher Weaver on back of photo, in large format album of Noah Elwood Weaver, soon to be given to Wright State University archives.
On the back of this photo, no page ID yet is written July/22 Cedar Point. In 1922 Paul Henry Weaver, my dad, was 11 years of age, having been born Dec 24, 1910, here on the beach being buried partially in the sand with his dad, Noah Elwood Weaver smiling, with the photo likely taken by Edna Helena Eicher Weaver. Of interest is there is no focus on the Amusement Park with rides at Cedar Point.
July 1922 Edna Eicher Weaver in summer dress, at the beach of Cedar Point OHIO, Lake Erie.
1922 C & B Ferry, State of Ohio
1922 July labeled PHW, labeled Edgewater Park, Cleveland.
1922 Edgewater Park Buildings Cleveland, Lake Erie by Noah Elwood Weaver
1922 Cleveland "The Thinker" Statue, Emma Esther Eicher, Paul Henry Weaver and Henry Eicher by NEW
Sept 1924, Lorain Ohio, Steamship by the bridge "Otto M. Reiss". Fairport Ohio, photo by Noah Elwood Weaver. Found a link for the history of this ship. Had been the Fredrick Wells
1901 Frederick B. Wells 1959 (1967)
Steel Great Lakes bulk freighter
Built at Chicago IL by Chicago Shipbuilding Co., Hull 50
Launched Oct 5, 1901
450’ LOA, 430’ LBP, 50’ beam, 28’6” depth
1 deck, hold beams, hatches @ 24’, coal-fired boilers, quadruple expansion engine, 1700 IHP
Enrolled at Duluth MN Oct 19, 1901 (#15)
430.0 x 50.2 x 24.5, 4897 GT, 3630 NT US 121208 to:
Peavey Steamship Co., Duluth MN, A. B. Wolvin, Mgr. (home port Duluth MN)
Entered service 1901
Fleet management transferred 1912 to G. A. Tomlinson, Duluth MN
Fleet sold Feb 18, 1916 to Reiss Steamship Co., Sheboygan WI
Renamed Otto M. Reiss (1) 1917
Home port to Fairport OH 1920
Cargo hold rebuilt 1921 to arch construction
Remeasured to 4463 GT, 3513 NT
Side tanks rebuilt 1923 at Manitowoc WI by Manitowoc Shipbuilding Co.
Remeasured to 437.5 length and 4378 GT, 3367 NT
Home port to Duluth MN 1925
Sold April 18, 1926 to Chicago Navigation Co., Chicago IL, D. Sullivan & Co., Mgr. (home port to Chicago IL)
Transferred 1931 to Gartland Steamship Co., Chicago IL, D. Sullivan & Co., Mgr.
Renamed Sullivan Brothers (1) 1934 (home port to Wilmington DE)
Renamed Henry R. Platt Jr. (1) 1957
Sold 1959 to Pillsbury Co. for grain storage at Buffalo NY and retired from active service. Reduced to barge, remeasured to 4883 GT, 4786 NT and renamed Pillsbury’s Barge 1960 and Pillsbury 1966. Towed 1967 to Burns Harbor IN and scuttled as a temporary breakwater
See history in Detroit Marine Historian April 1983 (#1)
Also in Great Lakes Ships We Remember II p. 383"
Sept 1924 "Drying Fish Nets at Vermillion" by Noah Elwood Weaver