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    Magazines (periodicals in library language) have always been an immediate reflection of the culture in which they are written and produced - cultural barometers of what is "new and current" at a particular moment in history. Today, the printed word is struggling, but many publications have migrated to online versions. Cleveland Public Library has a vast collection of periodicals dating back one hundred years or more.  You can read the serialized stories of Sherlock Holmes, which first appeared a chapter at a time, in the monthly publication The Strand, or enjoy the ads of...

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    Dominance in the City      Cleveland has seen its share of blunders over the years, and each one has been well publicized.  What receives little or no acknowledgement though is that Cleveland has produced its share of treasures as well. One such treasure is the artist Ora Coltman, who was born in Shelby, Ohio in 1858.  He studied at the Art Students League in New York City and the Academie Julian in Paris.

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    By Michael Dalby on

    Magazines (periodicals in library language) have always been an immediate reflection of the culture in which they are written and produced - cultural barometers of what is "new and current" at a particular moment in history. Today, the printed word is struggling, but many publications have migrated to online versions. Cleveland Public Library has a vast collection of periodicals dating back one hundred years or more.  You can read the serialized stories of Sherlock Holmes, which first appeared a chapter at a time, in the monthly publication The Strand, or enjoy the ads of...

    Read More »

    By Michael Dalby on

    Dominance in the City      Cleveland has seen its share of blunders over the years, and each one has been well publicized.  What receives little or no acknowledgement though is that Cleveland has produced its share of treasures as well. One such treasure is the artist Ora Coltman, who was born in Shelby, Ohio in 1858.  He studied at the Art Students League in New York City and the Academie Julian in Paris.

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