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    Federal Art in Cleveland

    Plasterers on the Cleveland Post OfficeThe city of Cleveland prospered in the late 19th century and early 20th century. Huge influxes of immigrants and small town Americans moved to Ohio’s rapidly growing industrial city on the lake and created a “boom.” Industries flourished and the optimism and wealth in the city led to a cultural transformation. Public Auditorium, the Cleveland Public Library, the Cleveland Museum of Art and the orchestra all had new and exciting roles to play in enriching the lives of the citizens of Cleveland. Artists from all over the world moved to Cleveland to work in the emerging art industries, such as lithography, architecture and design. It seemed like Cleveland had no place to go but up. But on October 29, 1929 the stock market crashed. Soon after the Great Depression settled in Cleveland.


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    • Her irresistible protector.
      Her irresistible protector.
      Douglas, Michelle.
    • The sleepwalker's guide to dancing
      The sleepwalker's guide to dancing
      by Mira Jacob.
      Surgeons--Fiction.
      Family secrets--Fiction.
    • 101 Things Everyone Should Know about Theodore Roosevelt [electronic resource] : Rough Rider. President. American Icon.
      101 Things Everyone Should Know about Theodore Roosevelt [electronic resource] : Rough Rider. President. American Icon.
      Andrews, Sean.
      Presidents--United States--Miscellanea.
    • Dreamspinner [electronic resource]
      Dreamspinner [electronic resource]
      Lynn Kurland.
      Imaginary wars and battles--Fiction.
      Good and evil--Fiction.
    • Read and buried
      Read and buried
      Erika Chase.
      Book clubs (Discussion groups)--Fiction.
      Murder--Fiction.
    • The passion of the purple plumeria [electronic resource] : a Pink Carnation novel
      The passion of the purple plumeria [electronic resource] : a Pink Carnation novel
      Lauren Willig.
      Women spies--Fiction.
      Missing children--Fiction.
      Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815--Fiction.
    • George's marvelous medicine [electronic resource]
      George's marvelous medicine [electronic resource]
      Roald Dahl.
      Grandmothers--Fiction.
      Magic--Fiction.
      Grandmothers--Juvenile fiction.
      Magic--Juvenile fiction.
    • Accused [electronic resource].
      Accused [electronic resource].
      Gimenez, Mark.
      Divorced people--Fiction.
      Trials (Murder)--Texas--Fiction.
    • A death-struck year [electronic resource]
      A death-struck year [electronic resource]
      Maka Lucier.
      Influenza Epidemic, 1918-1919--Oregon--Portland--Juvenile fiction.
    • How to Marry a Cowboy
      How to Marry a Cowboy
      Carolyn Brown.
      Cowboys--Fiction.
    • Babe Ruth and the baseball curse [electronic resource]
      Babe Ruth and the baseball curse [electronic resource]
      by David A. Kelly
      Baseball players--United States--Biography--Juvenile literature.
      Baseball--History.
      Proofs (Printing)
      Baseball players--United States--Biography.
      Baseball--History.
    • Postcards from Tomorrow Square [electronic resource] : reports from China
      Postcards from Tomorrow Square [electronic resource] : reports from China
      James Fallows.

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