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    Federal Art in Cleveland

    Plasterers on the Cleveland Post OfficeThe city of Cleveland prospered in the late 19th century and early 20th century. Huge influxes of immigrants and small town Americans moved to Ohio’s rapidly growing industrial city on the lake and created a “boom.” Industries flourished and the optimism and wealth in the city led to a cultural transformation. Public Auditorium, the Cleveland Public Library, the Cleveland Museum of Art and the orchestra all had new and exciting roles to play in enriching the lives of the citizens of Cleveland. Artists from all over the world moved to Cleveland to work in the emerging art industries, such as lithography, architecture and design. It seemed like Cleveland had no place to go but up. But on October 29, 1929 the stock market crashed. Soon after the Great Depression settled in Cleveland.


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    • Beatrice
      Beatrice
      H. Rider Haggard.
      Man-woman relationships--Fiction.
      Teachers--England--London--Fiction.
    • Caligula and the fight for artistic freedom [electronic resource] : the making, marketing and impact of the Bob Guccione film
      Caligula and the fight for artistic freedom [electronic resource] : the making, marketing and impact of the Bob Guccione film
      William Hawes.
    • Gateway to hell
      Gateway to hell
      Dennis Wheatley
      Fiction in English.
    • Tamed
      Tamed
      Emma Chase.
      Substance abuse--Fiction.
      Relationship addiction--Fiction.
      Lifestyles--Fiction.
      Life change events--Psychological aspects--Fiction.
    • Alice in Wonderland
      Alice in Wonderland
      by Lewis Carroll
      Children's literature, English--Comic books, strips, etc.
      Fantasy literature, English--Comic books, strips, etc.
      Graphic novels.
    • Eight days to live
      Eight days to live
      Iris Johansen.
      Duncan, Eve (Fictitious character)--Fiction.
      Forensic anthropology--Fiction.
      Artists--Fiction.
      Painting--Fiction.
      Cults--Fiction.
      Human sacrifice--Fiction.
    • Ballads
      Ballads
      William Makepeace Thackeray.
      Ballads, English.
    • Heir to the empire [electronic resource]
      Heir to the empire [electronic resource]
      Timothy Zahn.
      Leia, Princess (Fictitious character)--Fiction.
      Solo, Han (Fictitious character)--Fiction.
      Skywalker, Luke (Fictitious character)--Fiction.
      Star Wars fiction.
    • The jungle book [electronic resource]
      The jungle book [electronic resource]
      Rudyard Kipling.
      Feral children--Juvenile fiction.
      Jungle animals--Juvenile fiction.
      Jungles--Juvenile fiction.
      Feral children--Fiction.
      Jungle animals--Fiction.
      Jungles--Fiction.
    • Nashville Songwriter [electronic resource] : The Inside Stories Behind Country Music''s Greatest Hits.
      Nashville Songwriter [electronic resource] : The Inside Stories Behind Country Music''s Greatest Hits.
      Brown, Jake.
      Country music--Tennessee--Nashville--History and criticism.
      Music trade--Tennessee--Nashville.
      Lyricists--Tennessee--Nashville.
      Composers--Tennessee--Nashville.
    • Conquer the Night.
      Conquer the Night.
      Graham, Heather.
    • Not my father's son : a memoir
      Not my father's son : a memoir
      by Alan Cumming.
      Actors--United States--Biography.
      Singers--United States--Biography.
      Fathers--Scotland--Biography.

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