Here are a few more sketches from the Lorain summer drawing class that my siblings and I took in the late 1960s. All three of these subjects were in close proximity to each other, since all of them faced Washington Park.
Lesson 4 was the old City Hall. It's fascinating (to me, at least) because of the civil defense tower rising next to it.
Lesson 5 was the First Congregational Church. I like the bird walking right above the name.
Lesson 6 was Fire Station Number One, right next door to the church. I wonder; was there really was a potato-nosed fireman sitting on the porch that day?