Cleveland: Then and Now

By: Grabowski, John J. and Diane Ewart

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Book Condition: Near Fine

Sixth printing. Sticker on rear jacket panel. A near fine copy in a near fine jacket. 2002 Large Hardcover. 144 pp. Cleveland Then and Now matches archive images with contemporary views of the same scenes to reveal the past and present of this fascinating city. Cleveland, Ohio, was founded in 1796. A prime location on one of Americas great inland seas, Lake Erie, and good land transportation links to the rest of the United States made the city one of Americas prime industrial metropolises by the early 1900s. Steel mills, factories, railroads, noise, and smoke dominated the landscape. Substantial civic buildings, grand mansions, and parks testified to Clevelands wealth, while pollution, poverty, and disorder testified to the consequences of growth. Over a century later, its evolving identity has roots in medicine, banking, law, higher education, sports, and even rock and roll. Tradition amid change is the story of Cleveland, then and now. Sites include: Public Square, Terminal Tower, Soldiers and Sailors Monument, First Presbyterian Church, Cleveland Public Library, Federal Courthouse, Old Stone Church, Detroit-Superior Bridge, The Flats, Central Viaduct, Union Depot, St. John Cathedral, Euclid and East Ninth, Erie Street Cemetery, Euclid at Playhouse Square, Millionaires Row, Clark Avenue Viaduct, St. Clair Avenue, Willson Avenue Temple, Gordon Park, Wade Park, Adelbert Hall, Cleveland Heights, Hartness Brown House, Little Italy, and more.

Title: Cleveland: Then and Now

Author: Grabowski, John J. and Diane Ewart

Categories: American, Americana,

Edition: 6th Printing

Publisher: San Diego, California, Thunder Bay Press: 2002

ISBN Number: 1571458794

ISBN Number 13: 9781571458797

Binding: Large Hardcover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Jacket Condition: Near Fine

Seller ID: 2307770