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    By Michael Dalby on

    Howell and Thomas OfficeThe architectural firm of Howell and Thomas designed a number of prominent residences, schools, churches and commercial buildings in Columbus and Cleveland, Ohio from 1908 to the 1940s.  The firm was established by Carl Eugene Howell and James William Thomas, Sr. in Columbus, Ohio in 1908 having originally met as roommates while attending the University Of Pennsylvania School Of Architecture.  Known for their Revival style homes, Howell and Thomas designed a number of residences in Columbus and Bexley, Ohio for prominent...

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    By Michael Dalby on

    Islamic Manuscripts from the Cleveland Public Library Collection.

    In ANOTHER WAY OF LOOKING: INFLUENCES FROM ISLAM on view at the Cleveland State University Art Gallery. A selection of Islamic manuscripts from the Cleveland Public Library, John G. White Collection, will be on view at the Cleveland State University Art Gallery in Gallery C, from May 21 to June 26, 2010.  The exhibition is curated by Assistant Professor of Art, Marian Bleeke.  Dr. Bleeke worked with the Special Collections Librarians of the John G. White...

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