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Live Long and Like It

Cleveland Public Library’s Live Long and Like It Library Club, a free educational club for people age 60 and older, held its first meeting on November 12, 1946. At the time, Cleveland Public Library was considered the first public library in the nation to offer a club specifically for older adults. Members attended talks on a wide range of subjects,…

Fine Arts

Main Library Main Building 3rd Floor 325 Superior Avenue Cleveland, OH 44114 216.623.2848 FineArts@cpl.org Manager: Heather A. Shannon About the Department The Fine Arts collection of the Cleveland Public Library is geared to the needs and interests of a culturally oriented city with a world-renowned symphony orchestra, a prestigious art museum, numerous professional and amateur artists, musicians, artisans and craftsmen,…

Cleveland Public Library is a 5-Star Library!

Cleveland Public Library has been awarded a 5-star rating in the 2017 Library Journal Index of Public Library Service (LJ Index). “The only way a library can earn a five-star ranking is when it has tremendous support from its community, the dedication of a talented staff, and the strategic oversight provided by a committed Board of Trustees. Cleveland Public Library is so fortunate to have…

Chris Mason

“Being alone in a crowd without the company of newspapers or books, laptops or smartphones or friends. There’s something to be said for trying this out. “It teaches you intimacy, connection, and vulnerability – particularly in an era of social networking. Many people are unnerved by this concept; feeling judged and self-conscious. “But I found this to be an interesting…

Roll, Jordan, Roll

Text by Julia Peterkin; photographic studies by Doris Ulmann New York: 1933 Special Edition. The photographs of Roll, Jordan, Roll were created by Doris Ulmann (1882-1934) in collaboration with novelist Julia Peterkin, a project that began in 1929.  They wished to document the lives of former slaves of South Carolina and their descendants. Ulmann studied with Lewis Hine (1874-1940), a…