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Cleveland Public Library Offers Reading Programs for Families to Nurture a Love of Reading

 I’ve learned from traveling the world and becoming an author. I hope that the breadth of my experience will inspire others to never give up and go full force in the direction of their dreams Echo Brown Cleveland Public Library is celebrating the love of literacy and discovery. In partnership with the Case Western Reserve University Schubert Center for Child Studies,…

Braille Awareness and Literacy

“The Braille Name Game” “The Braille Name Game” is a learning activity to help raise awareness about braille, and encourage and promote the importance of braille literacy for people who are blind or visually impaired. Players can use the braille alphabet to fill in the braille cells to spell their name, and then type the matching letter below the braille…

The Cutting Edge of Library Technology

Library’s Telautograph machine

Enjoy a slideshow through time and watch the evolution of Cleveland Public Library’s cutting edge use of technology. From typewritten cataloging and “high-tech” electric erasers at the beginning of the 20th Century to the first computerized online Library Catalog in the 1980s. [slideshow_deploy id=’11603′]

Photograph Collection

Main LibraryLouis Stokes Wing4th Floor525 Superior AvenueCleveland, OH 44114216.623.2871Photos@cpl.org Contact: Brian Meggitt With more than 1.3 million photographs, the Photograph Collection is a tremendous resource for historians, film and video professionals, genealogists, sports enthusiasts, fashion designers and students of documentary history. Materials in the Collection are primarily in black and white and cover the period of the 1850s through the 1980s.…

Writers & Readers Presents Susan Orlean on Saturday, Nov 10

Susan Orlean The author of Saturday Night, The Bullfighter Checks Her Makeup, Rin Tin Tin: The Life and the Legend, and The Orchid Thief (which became an Academy Award-winning film), describes her Cleveland childhood as “happy and uneventful…back when the Indians were still a lousy team.” Studying literature and history, she dreamt of writing long stories about interesting things but…