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    There are 9 items in this category.

    1. Ambrozi Paliwoda, (1910-1999), Out of the Past, the Present; Out of the Material, the Spiritual. 1933-4.
    PWAP, oil on canvas backed wtih plywood, 90.5 x 105 inches.
    Location: Jefferson Branch

     
    2. August F. Biehle, Jr. (1885-1979), Ohio Canal. 1934.
    PWAP, oil on canvas. 113" wide by 60" tall. Formerly on 3rd floor of Main Library and East 131st Street Branch. Lettered by W. A. Hein.
    Location: Main Library, Fine Arts Department


     
    3. Donald Duer Bayard (1904-1970), Early Transportation (Cleveland's Waterfront About 1835). 1934.
    PWAP, oil on canvas, 91.5 x 236 inches. Conservation treatment completed, 1999.
    Location: Main Library, second floor lobby

     
    4. Joseph Egan, (1906-1979), Old Reservoir Walk. 1933-4.
    PWAP, oil on burlap, 60 x 84 inches. Formerly at Carnegie West Branch. To see a drawing of the view that this image was based on, go to the Documentary Resources section.
    Location: Main Library, Fine Arts Department

     
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    Max Bachofen, Snow and Wind. 1933-4.
    PWAP. Oil on canvas, triptych.Central panel 46 x 59 inches; side panels 46 x 36 inches.
    Location: Collinwood Branch

     
    6. Ora Coltman (1858-1940), Dominance of the City. 1933-4.
    PWAP. Oil on canvas, triptych. Center panel: 79 x 136. Side panels 79 x39 inches. Originally in Main Library room 38, in the basement. Described by Coltman as a "glorification of the genius of Cleveland which, contemptuous of the obstruction of the rive
    Location: Main Library, Fine Arts Department

     
    7. Stanley Dale, Western Reserve and the Firelands. 1933-4.
    PWAP. Oil on canvas, 60 x 112.5 inches. Lettered by William A. Hein. Formerly on the third floor of Main Library and Glenville Branch.
    Location: Main Library, Fine Arts Department


     
    8. William Dolwick, Ohio City in 1834. 1933-4.
    PWAP, oil on canvas, 69 x 168 inches Formerly at Lorain Branch.
    Location: At ICA laboratory (for conservation)

     
    9. William Sommer (1867-1949), The City in 1833. 1934.
    PWAP, oil on canvas, 288x240 inches maximum. Conservation treatment completed, 1998-1999. For further study, check the Documentary Sources section for the following items from the librar
    Location: Main Library, Brett Hall