Photographer Alex Webb recently spent a week in Cleveland, the host city of the Republican National Convention. He mostly stayed downtown, where he captured this moment outside the House of Blues at dawn. The city's Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, a Civil War tribute, is reflected in the window.
Case Western Reserve University students volunteer at Vel Scott's community garden. The city has one of the most prolific urban farming communities in the country.
A statue of President James Garfield is seen inside a memorial at the Lake View Cemetery where he is buried. The Republican Convention of 1880, which resulted in the nomination of Garfield -- who was not one of the original candidates -- was the longest brokered Republican convention in U.S. history. They voted 36 times before nominating Garfield, who went on to defeat Democratic candidate Winfield Scott Hancock. Just a few months after his inauguration, Garfield was assassinated.
A man sells American flags in Ohio City, a Cleveland neighborhood just west of downtown and the Cuyahoga River.
People walk past a LeBron James mural downtown. Cleveland is home to the Cavaliers, who made an improbable comeback in the NBA Finals earlier this year to win their first-ever championship.