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Cleveland Public Library Helps Seniors Stay Connected through the Holidays

Cleveland Public Library is hosting more than 100 seniors from senior centers and other organizations throughout the city for an afternoon of educational fun and culture at Karamu House on Thursday, December 16, 12:30 P.M. – 4:30 P.M. The seniors will be treated to a matinee of Black Nativity as well as an introduction to Cleveland Public Library’s programs and…

The Third Generation, a Novel by Chester B. Himes

Cleveland Public Library’s Special Collections Department owns the 1954 edition of the novel The Third Generation by Chester B. Himes (1909-1984). This autobiographical story mirrors Himes’s upbringing after his family moved from Missouri to Cleveland in the early 1920s. The novel portrays a Southern black family who constantly had to move as the father searched for teaching jobs. The situation puts a…

Cavs’ Sir CC reads I Voted by Mark Shulman

The Cavs’ Sir CC is back for another #CPLStorytime! This time he’s reading “I Voted” by Mark Shulman, illustrated by Serge Bloch. This is a great story that will teach your little about the importance of voting! A special thank you to the Cleveland Cavaliers for reading this story to us for #5Days4Democracy.

International Languages

Main Library Main Building 4th Floor 325 Superior Avenue Cleveland, OH 44114 216.623.2895 ForeignLit@cpl.org Manager: Milos Markovic About the Department Whether you are a first-year French student, a traveler planning a trip to Denmark, a language hobbyist intent on mastering Portuguese, or a new American learning English as a second language, you can find resources well suited to your purpose…

Charles Frederick Schweinfurth: Remembering a Giant in Cleveland Architecture 100 Years Later

One hundred years ago today, Charles Frederick Schweinfurth, Cleveland’s premier architect, died at his home after a two-year battle with cancer.  A century later, several of his most important structures continue to be used and appreciated daily by the public.  Perhaps lesser known is that his legacy also lives on at Cleveland Public Library in the form of a world-class architecture collection…