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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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    • Captive.
      Captive.
      Burrowes, Grace.
      Ex-prisoners of war--Fiction.
    • Murder by the seaside
      Murder by the seaside
      Julie Anne Lindsey
      Murder--Investigation--Virginia--Chincoteague Island--Fiction.
    • Funeral Makers [electronic resource].
      Funeral Makers [electronic resource].
      Pelletier, Cathie.
      Mattagash (Me. : Imaginary place)--Fiction.
    • Postcards from Tomorrow Square [electronic resource] : reports from China
      Postcards from Tomorrow Square [electronic resource] : reports from China
      James Fallows.
    • Breve historia del arte.
      Breve historia del arte.
      Varga, Carlos Javier Taranilla de la.
    • The player
      The player
      Brad Parks.
      Ross, Carter (Fictitious character)--Fiction.
      Investigative reporting--Fiction.
      Environmental protection--Fiction.
      Organized crime--Fiction.
    • Shall we tell the President? [electronic resource]
      Shall we tell the President? [electronic resource]
      Jeffrey Archer.
      Women presidents--United States--Fiction.
      Presidents--Assassination attempts--United States--Fiction.
    • The witches [electronic resource]
      The witches [electronic resource]
      Roald Dahl.
      Witches--Fiction.
      Grandmothers--Fiction.
      Witches--Juvenile fiction.
      Grandmothers--Juvenile fiction.
    • Very Best of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Volume 2.
      Very Best of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Volume 2.
      de Lint, Charles.
    • The Middle Sea [electronic resource] : a history of the Mediterranean
      The Middle Sea [electronic resource] : a history of the Mediterranean
      John Julius Norwich.
    • The intimate ape [electronic resource] : orangutans and the secret life of a vanishing species
      The intimate ape [electronic resource] : orangutans and the secret life of a vanishing species
      Shawn Thompson
      Bornean orangutan.
      Orangutans--Behavior.
    • One bite per night
      One bite per night
      Brooklyn Ann.
      Vampires--Fiction.
      Man-woman relationships--Fiction.

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