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Abercrombie, Jay, Davey Resource Group
1997, No. 12: Trails of the Western Reserve
 
Ahmed, Azzam N.
1994, No. 9: Major World Religions: A Regional Presence - Islam
Albers, Catherine,Case Western Reserve University
2001, No. 16: A Journey of Discovery Readings and Ruminations
 
Allen, Austin
2000, No. 15: Olmsted in the Site of the Unseen
 
Anderson, David R., Hiram College
1986, No. 1: Teaching the Western Reserve, or Hart Crane Was the Other Poet from Cleveland
 
1987, No. 2: Literary Realism on the Reserve, or "Huck on the Cuyahoga"
 
1992, No. 7: Twentieth Century Escape from the Landscape
1993, No. 8: Moguls and Their Monuments
 
1994, No. 9: Pre-1850 Western Reserve Greek Revival Churches
1996, No. 11: A Sort of Connecting Link: Andrew Squire, James Garfield and the Village of Hiram
 
1997, No. 12: Getting Here was Half the Fun: Hiram (Portage County)
 
1999, No. 14: A Promising Boy: Intimations of Greatness in James A. Garfield
 
2001, No. 16: The Art and Science of Medicine: A Humanities Approach
 
Anderson, Donita, Market Manager, North Union Farmers Market
2002, No. 17: North Union Farmers Market Tour
 
Anker, Daniel, Lake Erie College
1986, No. 1: Lessons from Erie Warfare
 
Arnold, Melissa D., Case Western Reserve University
1997, No. 12: Hale Farm (Summit County)
 
Banks, James, Cuyahoga Community College- West
2001, No. 16: The History of the African American Nurse
 
Barber, Kathleen L., John Carroll University
1998, No. 13: Politics and Urban Reform
 
Barrow, William C., Cleveland State University
1992, No. 7: The Pragmatic Hypothesis
1993, No. 8: John Hartness Brown and the Development of Eastern Cleveland
1995, No. 10: An Alternative Community
1996, No. 11: Framing Spaces: Bringing Boundaries to the Wilderness
1997, No. 12: Traversing the Uncharted Wilderness
1999, No. 14: Cleveland's First Infrastructure: The Ohio & Erie Canal from George Washington to Alfred Kelley - A Multi-Media Presentation
 
Baumann, Roland, Oberlin College
1997, No. 12: Getting Here was Half the Fun: Oberlin (Lorain County)
 
Beach, David, EcoCity Cleveland
1996, No. 11: Thinking Bioregionally in the Western Reserve
Birk, Nancy, Kent State University
1998, No. 13: Politics and Student Activism
 
Bishop, Thomas J., Case Western Reserve University
2000, No. 15: Stories of Place
 
Bissell, James K., Cleveland Museum of Natural History
1992, No. 7: Cleveland Museum of Natural History
Blatnica, Dorothy, Sister, Ursuline College
1994, No. 9: African American Catholics in Cleveland, 1922-1961
Blodgett, Geoffrey, Oberlin College
1993, No. 8: History and Renovation of Oberlin's Peters Hall
 
1994, No. 9: Father Finney and Oberlin's First Church
Bobersky, Alexander T., City of Warren Community Development
1993, No. 8: The Forgotten Gilded Age Townscape of Warren, Ohio
1996, No. 11: Creating 20th Century Warren Ohio, 1905-1925
Bolton, Charles P., Case Western Reserve University
2001, No. 16: The Challenges of Change and the Responses if the University
 
Borchert, Jim, Cleveland State University
1993, No. 8: West Side Elites: Shaping the Landscape
1997, No. 12: Water
 
Borkan, Christine, Hiram College
1991, No. 6: Rural Neighborhoods: Wellington as a Neighborhood
Bosley, Parker, Chef/Owner Parker's Restaurant; Welton, Mark, Farmer, Norton, Summit County;Johnson, John,Farmer, Mt. Vernon, Knox County
2002, No. 17: A View from the Table
 
Bowen, Lauren, John Carroll University
1997, No. 12: Examining the Social Justice Implications
Bowles, Mark, History Enterprises, Inc.
1998, No. 13: Communism and Congressman Frances Payne Bolton, 1939-1968
Branche, Christine, Alzheimers Assosiation.
2001, No. 16: Voices and Visions of Our Healing
 
Brooks, Arthur V., Baker & Hostettler
1998, No. 13: Confessions of an Ex-Legislator
1998, No. 13: Politics and the Natural Environment
 
Brown, Foster, Cleveland Metroparks
1997, No. 12: Digger Gallagher the Canaler - Songs: 1. Digger Gallagher, 2. Hail to the Men, 3. The Ohio and Erie Canal
 
Buerling, Siegfried F., Hale Farm and Village
1992, No. 7: Hale Farm and Village
Busta, William E., Case Western Reserve University
1988, No. 3: Challenges of Commerce: Changing Town Patterns in the Western Reserve, 1840-1875
 
1998, No. 13: Mobile Monuments: The Art and Politics of Placing Pedestals
 
Callahan, Nelson, Rev., St. Raphael's Church
1994, No. 9: Whence Came all These Roman Catholics?
 
Cardinal, Eric, Lake County Historical Society
1986, No. 1: New England and the Western Reserve in the Nineteenth Century: Some Suggestions
 
Cetina, Judith G., Cuyahoga County Archives
1996, No. 11: Untapped Resources: County Records as a Lens into the Past
Chapman, Rachel, Case Western Reserve University
2001, No. 16: Breaking the Cycle of the Health Care Disparities
 
Chilcote, Lee, Greater Cleveland Real Estate Organizations, Inc.
1997, No. 12: A Real Estate Developer's Perspective
Citino, David, The Ohio State University
1987, No. 2: Poems of Place
 
Clark, Jill, American Farmland Trust; Masi, Brad, Ecological Design Innovation Center, Oberlin College; Jensen, Kit, WCPN/WVIZideastream
2002, No. 17: American Farmland Trust
 
Clark, Ricky, Oberlin College
1988, No. 3: Quilts in the Western Reserve
1989, No. 4: The Missionary Position: Attitudes Toward Marriage in Oberlin, 1840-1855
 
Cohen, Paula, Historical Consultant
1993, No. 8: The Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company
Comment, Kristin M., University of Maryland
2000, No. 15: 'The Windings and Turnings of Fictitious Pathology': Reading Jupiter Lights as a Proto-Lesbian Novel
 
Connors, Joanna, Plain Dealer Film Critic
2000, No. 15: The Cleveland Connection
 
Cunniff, Lois, Producer
1992, No. 7: The Forgotten Frontier: Connecticut's Western Reserve
 
Davey, Michael, Clevland State University, John Carroll University
2000, No. 15: The Rise of Professional Authorship: Or, Don't Give Up Your Day Job
 
Dawson, Virginia, History Enterprises, Inc.
1997, No. 12: Air
 
1998, No. 13: Communism and Congressman Frances Payne Bolton, 1939-1968
2001, No. 16: The Girls in Blue, Visiting Nurses Association of Cleveland
 
Deal, William E.
1994, No. 9: Buddhism
 
 
Dean, Sharon, Rivier College
2000, No. 15: Back to the Future: Constance Woolson's The Old Stone House
Dibbert, Robert B., The Rev. Canon
1994, No. 9: Pioneer Episcopalians and Their Clergy
 
Donley, Carol, Hiram College
2001, No.16: Approaching Health Care Issues Through Drama
 
Dulberger, Reid, Youngstown Regional Chamber of Commerce
1997, No. 12: The Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport: Plans and Prospects
Dyer, Joyce, Hiram College
2000, No. 15: Firestone Park and Goosetown: A Memoir of South Akron
 
Edmonson, James M. Dittrick Museum
2001, No. 16: The Making of a Modern Hospital in Cleveland: Planning and Construction of Lakeside Hospital 1895-1905.
2001, No. 16: If Archivists Could Tell...
Eldredge, Patricia S., Cleveland Restoration Society
1993, No. 8: Townscapes and Cityscapes
 
Erdey, Nancy C., University Hospitals of Cleveland
1995, No. 10: The Rainbow Circle of King's Daughters: A Little Band of Fair Philosophers and Practical Philanthropists on Behalf of Cleveland's Children
 
Evett, Marianne, The Plain Dealer
1996, No. 11: A Remarkable Mirror : The Ups and Downs of Regional Theatre in Cleveland
 
Fernandez, Kathleen M., The Ohio Historical Society
2000, No. 15: 'The Happy Valley': Constance F. Woolson's View of Zoar
 
Fishel, Leslie H., Jr., Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center
1986, No. 1: The Challenges of Local History
 
Fisher, Thomas, Executive Editor of Progressive Architecture
1990, No. 5: Modern Architecture and the Philosophy of History
 
Flannery, Mary Ann, Sister
1994, No. 9: Roman Catholic Women of the Western Reserve in Relation to Contemporary Catholicism
Flinn, Barbara, Western Reserve Architectural Historians
1993, No. 8: Contry Estates
 
Gaede, Robert C., Architect
1991, No. 6: Response to "Was Euclid Avenue a Neighborhood"
 
Gaines, Atwood D., Case Western Reserve University
1991, No. 6: What's in store for the Neighborhood? Neighborhoods Then, There and in the Future
 
Garfinkel, Stanley, Kent State University - Geauga
1986, No. 1: Oral History: A Tool to Discover Regional Culture
 
Gebhard, Caroline, Tuskegee University
2000, No. 15: The Work of Mourning in Constance Fenimore Woolson's Fiction: A Kleinian Approach
 
Gerstner, Patsy, Dittrick Museum
2001, No. 16: Smallpox, The Chamber of Commerce, and the Reshaping of the Citys Public Health Department in the Early 20th Century
 
Giannetti, Louis, Case Western University
2000, No. 15: Reviewing for Cleveland Magazine and Northern Ohio Live
 
Goldstein, Linda L., Case Western Reserve University
1988, No. 3: Women Enter Medicine in the Western Reserve: The Graduation of the First Six Women Doctors from Western Reserve College, 1852-1856
 
Grabowski, John J., Western Reserve Historical Society
1991, No. 6: Was Euclid Avenue a Neighborhood? A Cleveland Conundrum Viewed in Historical Perspective
 
Grant, H. Roger, Clemson University
1997, No. 12: The Railroad Experience in the Western Reserve
 
Grego, Edoarda, University of Trieste
2000, No. 15: The Intrusive Landscape Designer: Recreating 'The Front Yard' in Assisi
Gregor, Sharon, Forest Hill Historic Preservation Society
1996, No. 11: Father and Son: The Cleveland Years
Grimm, Mary, Case Western Reserve
1996, No. 11: Family and Place - A Memoir
 
Gunn, Virginia, The University of Akron
1988, No. 3: Western Reserve Women and the U. S. Sanitary Commission, 1861-1865
 
1989, No. 4: Commercial Photographers in Akron, Ohio, 1850-1900
 
Haddad, Gladys, Case Western Reserve University, Lake Erie College
1987, No. 2: Writings of Western Reserve Women
 
1987, No. 2: Love and Marriage in the Western Reserve: The Garfield Case An Introduction
1992, No. 7: Early Western Reserve Impressions: The Surveyor, the Artist, and the Land Speculator
1995, No. 10: Samuel and Flora Stone Mather: Partners in Philanthropy
 
Halsey, Amy, Hale Farm and Village
2002, No. 17: Foods in Their Seasons: A Look at 1848 with Mrs. Jacob Meredith
 
Hanson, N. Sue,Case Western Reserve University
2002, No. 17: From Flour Scoops to Water Pitchers:Cooking by the Book
 
Hannibal, Joseph, Cleveland Museum of Natural History
1996, No. 11: Changes in the Land: The Natural History Inheritance of the Western Reserve - The 500 Million Year Old Foundation
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Hendrix, Scott N., Cleveland State University
1996, No. 11: Made in Germany: Brewing in Cleveland, 1857-1907
 
Highbaugh, Claudia, Rev.
1994, No. 9: Faith and Education: Asking the Questions
 
Hiller, W. Martin,
2001, No. 16: The Free Clinic of Greater Cleveland Since 1970 where Health Care is a RightNot a Privilege
 
Hillmer, Paul, Concordia College
1998, No. 13: In Tom's Shodow: Cleveland's Forgotten Progressives
 
Hinkle, Robert, Cleveland Metroparks
1996, No. 11: Cleveland Metroparks - Historic Anomaly or an Idea Whose Time had Come?
Holmes, Mary, Co-founder, North Union Farmers Market
2002, No. 17: Introduction
 
2002, No. 17: The Market As Community
 
2002, No. 17: Reversing the Trends: Creative Ideas for Reconnecting Farmers and Consumers in the Western Reserve
 
Hopes, David Brendan, University of North Carolina
1992, No. 7: The Poet Gives Voice to the Landscape
 
2000, No. 15: Digging for Troy: The Search for an Epic Boyhood
Horrigan, Elizabeth, Western Reserve Historical Society
1995, No. 10: Changes in Support for Circle Institutions
Huff, Richard T., Jr., Cleveland Metroparks
1997, No. 12: Newest Gem in the Emerald Necklace, Ohio & Erie Canal Reservation
Iubelt, James and Patricia, Maple Ridge Vineyard
2002, No. 17: Maple Ridge Vineyards
 
Jenkins, William, Youngstown State University
1993, No. 8: Around the Reserve
Johannesen, Eric, Western Reserve Historical Society
1986, No. 1: The Master Builders of the Western Reserve
 
Johnson, Beth DiNatale, Case Western Reserve University
1995, No. 10: The Benjamin Rose Institute
1999, No. 14: The Created Landscape
 
Jones, Adirenne Lash, Oberlin College
1995, No. 10: Philanthropy and Cleveland's African-American Community
 
Jowett, Garth S.
1995, No. 10: Politics and the Payne Fund
 
Kapp, Cathryn, Forest Hill Historic Preservation Society
1996, No. 11: John D. Rockefeller, Jr.'s Design Sensitivity: Something Money Cannot Buy
Kassen, Aileen, Jewish Community Federation
1995, No. 10: Changes in Jewish Philanthropy
 
Kaufman, Paul L., Ph. D., Kent State University
1995, No. 10: Chagrin Falls, Luther Lee, D. D., and the Defense of John Brown
Kethley, Alice J., Ph.D., Benjamin Rose Institute
1999, No. 14: Warren's Garden, Kethley House, Benjamin Rose Place
 
King, Joann, Ohio Association of Historical Societies and Museums
1996, No. 11: Medina: A Case Study
Knepper, George, The University of Akron
1987, No. 2: Interpreters of the Western Reserve
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1992, No. 7: Ohio: A Social Laboratory for Land Survey and Sale
 
1998, No. 13: Western Reserve Politice: An Historical Overview
 
1999, No. 14: George Washington and the West
 
Kolesar, Robert, John Carroll University
1993, No. 8: Around the Reserve
 
1998, No. 13: Proportional Representation and Cold War Politics in the Western Reserve
 
Korosec, Constance, Ph.D., Ursuline College
1997, No. 12: Dressed for Transport: Men and Women on the Move
 
Kreiger, Georgia, West Virginia University
2000, No. 15: East Angels: Woolson's Revision of James's The Portrait of a Lady
 
Krumholz, Norman, City Planner
1991, No. 6: Response to "Was Euclid Avenue a Neighborhood"
Kucinich, Dennis, Former Mayor of the City of Cleveland
1993, No. 8: Cleveland Municipal Light
Kyvig, David E., The University of Akron
1986, No. 1: Exploring Nearby History in the Western Reserve
 
Lamis, Alexander, Case Western Reserve University
1998, No. 13: Ohio Politics and Politicians: A Roundtable
 
Lee, Michael, Kent State University
1998, No. 13: The May 4th Task Force: A Mandate
Leedy, Walter, Cleveland State University
1993, No. 8: Building Adelbert College
 
1994, No. 9: Hail, Holy Light: The Amasa Stone Memorial Chapel
1997, No. 12: Cleveland's Terminal Tower: The Forest City Acquires a Metropolitan Image
 
2001, No. 16: Postcards...to your Health!
 
2002, No. 17: A Cleveland Memory:"A Postcard Retrospective of Its Markets
 
Lees, Charlotte, Artist
1999, No. 14: Garden Sculptures
Leonard, Henry B., Kent State University
1988, No. 3: Nineteenth Century Cleveland: From New England Village to Polyglot Metropolis
 
1991, No. 6: The Euclid Avenue Saga: More Questions
Lewis, Cynthia M., Allegheny College
1989, No. 4: The Role of Commercial Banking in the Commercial Development of Cleveland, Ohio, 1832 to 1837
 
Lewis,Joanne, Author, To Market, To Market
2002, No. 17: The West Side Market: A Kaleidoscope of Cleveland's Cultural History
 
Locci, Ana, Case Western Reserve University
1996, No. 11: Natural History Walking Tour of Squire Valleevue Farm
Ludmere,Kenneth M.., Washington University
2001, No. 16: The Development of American Medical Education From the Turn of the Century to the Era of Managed Care
 
Lupold, Harry F., Lakeland Community College
1988, No. 3: A Second New England in the West: Real or Imaginary?
 
1992, No. 7: Western Reserve Waterways
Maciejunes, Nanette V., Columbus Museum of Art
1988, No. 3: A New Variety, Try One: The Art of De Scott Evans
 
Maher, Mary Denis, CSA, Ursuline College
1995, No. 10: St. Ann Foundation: From Women to Women
1999, No. 14: Sanctuaries for Healing
 
2001, No. 16: Medical Milestones of the 20th Century Cleveland
 
Maier, Alison Kennedy, Nightowls Productions
2000, No. 15: The Night Owls of Coventry
 
McConkey, James, Author
1991, No. 6: Neighborhoods
 
McKiernan, Susan, School of Art
1996, No. 11: Medina: A Case Study
McMickle, Marvin, Rev., Antioch Baptist Church, Case Western Reserve University
1994, No. 9: Black Religions: Many Faiths and Many Forms
 
McNiece, Ray, Poet/Performer
1996, No. 11: Regional Reflections (17 Poems)
 
McQuillin, Steven, Building Preservation Consultant
1996, No. 11: The City Beautiful Movement: Weeks/Gates Mills and the Rural Response
Meyer, Jimmy E. W., Case Western Reserve University
1989, No. 4: Illegal?? Indecent?? Obscene?? The Maternal Health Association and the Beginnings of Family Planning Clinics in Cleveland
 
1995, No. 10: An Organized Campaign of Nagging: Gender and the Creation of Cleveland's Pioneer Birth Control Clinic
Meyer, Jimmy Wilkinson., The College of Wooster
2001, No. 16: Fewer and Better Babies: Maternal Health Association
 
Miggins, Edward M., Cuyahoga Community College
1988, No. 3: Oral History and Multi-Cultural Education: Finding Our Place in Cleveland's Global Village
 
Miller, Eli
1991, No. 6: Rural Neighborhoods: Middlefield/Mesopotamia
Milne, Ruth, Case Western Reserve University, Graduate Studies
1993, No. 8: Electric Utilities in Cleveland and Toronto
Minter, Steven A., Cleveland Foundation
1995, No. 10: A Community Civic Catalyst for the Ages
 
Moore, Marjorie, University School
1997, No. 12: Competing Visions of the Lakefront
Moore-Hardy, Cynthia, Lake Hospital System
1999, No. 14: Sensory Garden: Mentor Medical Campus
 
Morton, Marian J., John Carroll University
1994, No. 9: A Tribute to Michael J. McTighe's "A Measure of Success."
Looking forward from "A Measure of Success" - Protestants, Entrepreneurs and Patriots at the Cleveland Centennial
 
1998, No. 13: Women and Politics
 
2001, No. 16: Women Health Care Providers and Practitioners
 
Mullen, Patrick B., Ohio State University
1991, No. 6: Rural Neighborhoods: Neighborhoods of the Mind - Lake Erie Commercial Fishermen
 
Napoli, August A., Jr., Catholic Charitites Corporation
1995, No. 10: A Philanthropic Approach for the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland
Neils, Jenifer, Case Western Reserve University
2002, No. 17: Epic Appetites:Images of Food in Ancient Greece and Rome"
 
Nelson, Daniel, University of Akron
1991, No. 6: The Akron Experience
Nieves, Jennifer, Case Western Reserve University
2001, No. 16: Womens and Childrens Free Medical & Surgery Dispensary (1878) forerunner of Womans General Hospital
 
Oaker, Mary Rose, Former U.S. Congresswoman
1998, No. 13: The Political Tradition Out of Which She Comes
 
Oliver, John, Malone College
1994, No. 9: Cleveland Quakers from 1892 - 1907: Evangelism, Gender and the Poor
Oliver, Nathan T., Marrow Tradition Bookstore and Fine Art Gallery
2000, No. 15: Opposition vs. Opportunity: The African American Literary Experience in America
 
Organ, Joan E., Case Western Reserve University
1998, No. 13: A Spinster, a Protestant and a Democrat: Florence Allen, Cleveland's First Female Judge
Over, Randall S., Ohio Department of Transportation
1997, No. 12: The Bridges of the Western Reserve
Palmer, Harry W., Farm Manager
1996, No. 11: The History of Squire Valleevue Farm - Then and Now
 
Parker, Sandra, Hiram College
1989, No. 4: Separating Apples, Potatoes and Peaches: Jessie Brown
Pounds, Advocate of the Social Gospel in Cleveland 1880 - 1920
 
Paschen, Stephen H., Summit County Historical Society
1993, No. 8: Akron in the Gilded Age
Pelowski, James F., Ph.D., Lebanese American
1999, No. 14: Garden Development
Pemberton, Vivian, Kent State University - Trumbull
1987, No. 2: Hart Crane and His Western Reserve Roots
 
Pershey, Edward J., Western Reserve Historical Society
1997, No. 12: How Cleveland Invented the Modern Airport
Peskin, Allan, Cleveland State University
1990, No. 5: Sermon in Stone: Symbols and Iconography in the Garfield Monument
 
Peterson, William, Southampton College
1996, No. 11: Dawn Powell Returns to Lake Erie College
 
Pilla, Anthony, Most Reverend, Diocese of Cleveland
1997, No. 12: The Moral Challenge of Regional Sprawl
 
Pursell, Carroll, Case Western Reserve University
1993, No. 8: Utilities
 
Rasmussen, John, Consultant, Public Market and Economic Developement
2002, No. 17: The Market as Engine for Economic Revival
 
Rausche, Yolita E., Kent State University
1995, No. 10: Aristarchus Champion, Philanthropist of the Western Reserve: Builder of the Chagrin Falls Library (Town Hall)
 
Rawson, Judith H., Vice Mayor, Shaker Hieghts
1997, No. 12: Outmigration and the First Suburbs Coalition
Ray, Genevieve
1991, No. 6: Glenville: The Citizens' Key Role in Neighborhood Planning
 
Reed, Wornie, Cleveland State University
2001, No. 16: Considering Systematic Approaches To Improving Community Health and Medical Care.
 
Reedy, Joan, The Mahoning Valley Historical Society
1993, No. 8: Greystone: The Arms Home, Youngstown
Robbins, Norman, Case Western Reserve University
1997, No. 12: The Auto and the Environment: Approaching a Turning Point
 
Robinson, Elwin C., Kent State University
1994, No. 9: Early Mormon Culture: The First Temple in Kirtland
1996, No. 11: Heavenly Aspirations and Earthly Realities: Urban Utopias in the Western Reserve
 
Rocke, Alan, Case Western Reserve University
2002, No. 17: Buckeyes, Corncrackers, and Suckers: Culinary Episodes in Ohio History
 
Rogers, Rebecca M., Mahoning Valley Historical Society
1989, No. 4: The Trumbull, County Clock Industry, 1812 - 1836
 
1993, No. 8: Youngstown's Mill Creek Park
1995, No. 10: Joseph G. Butler and the Founding of the Butler Art Intitute
1996, No. 11: Northeastern Ohio Country Estates and the Nursery Trade
Rohrer, Thelma S., Manchester College
1996, No. 11: Mahoning Valley's German Baptist Bretheren (the "Dunkers") and the Greek Revival Style
 
Rose, Kenneth, Rockefeller Archives Center
1989, No. 4: Welfare Institutions and Organized Charity: Bethel Mission and the Home for Aged Colored People
 
1995, No. 10: Philanthropy and Civil Rights at the Local Level: The Case of Cleveland, Ohio in the 1960's
1995, No. 10: Why Chicago and Not Cleveland? The Religious Imperative Behind John D. Rockefeller's Early Philanthropy 1855-1900
 
Ruprecht, Carl, Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens
1996, No. 11: The Sublime Estate: Landscape Restoration at Stan Hywet
Ryan, George, Lake Carriers' Association
1997, No. 12: Great Lakes Shipping Impact on Western Reserve
Sande, Theodore A., Western Reserve Historical Society
1990, No. 5: Historic Preservation in a Throwaway Society
 
1992, No. 7: The Western Reserve: From Wilderness to Thriving Community
 
Saslaw, Rita S., The University of Akron
1988, No. 3: The Yankee Schoolteacher: Transmission of the Culture
 
1996, No. 11: A Manifest Destiny: The Common School
Sawyer, Joanne M., Hiram College
1999, No. 14: Hiram in the Civil War: A Dramatic Reading from Letters and Documents: Fallen Hiram Civil War Soldiers
Scheele, William G., Northeast Ohio Art Museum
1987, No. 2: The Cleveland School: Artists of the Western Reserve
 
Schmidlin, Jeanne, Kent State University
1997, No. 12: Thunder in the Heartland: A Chronicle of Ouitstanding Weather Events in Ohio
Schmidlin, Thomas W., Kent State University
1997, No. 12: Thunder in the Heartland: A Chronicle of Ouitstanding Weather Events in Ohio
Shaw, John, Hiram College
1987, No. 2: Love and Marriage in the Western Reserve: The Garfield Case
 
1996, No. 11: Out the Back, Jack: Early Years of the Garfield Marriage
 
1999, No. 14: Lawnfield: a New Sweet Tie
 
Sheridan, Judith, Geauga County Historical Society
1991, No. 6: (Rural Neighberhoods) Fishermen, Firemen, Flea Markets and Fairs
 
Shouse, Ben, Arts Advocate
1995, No. 10: Philanthropy Today: An Imperative
Shriver, Phillip R.
1989, No. 4: Historians are Everywhere
 
Simon, Sandra, Soprano; Maier, Nancy, Accompanist
2002, No. 17: If music be the food
 
Sicha, Richard J. , Cuyahoga County Planning Commission
1996, No. 11: The Valley as an Industrial Magnet
 
Snape, Kevin, Clean Air Conservacy
1997, No. 12: Moving Beyond the Limits of Environmental Politics
 
Snyder, Franklin D., Jr., Foresight Engineering Group, Inc.
1996, No. 11: The Ohio-Pennsylvania Retracement Survey
Sobola, Glenn, Cleveland City School District
1994, No. 9: The Polish Churches: A Schism - St. Stanislaus and Immaculate Heart of Mary
Sommerfield, William, American Historical Theatre
1999, No. 14: Westward Ho! My Take on the Western Reserve
Stapleton, Darwin H., Rockefeller Archive Center
1995, No. 10: Religion, Reform, Race (and Rockefeller): Cleveland History Viewed Through the Lens of Philanthropy
 
 
 
Sull, Kathleen, Cleveland State University
1994, No. 9: Turn of the Century Irish Catholics in St. Malachi's Parish
Swartz, Patti Capel, Kent State University - East Liverpool
2000, No. 15: The Ideal Tarnished: From 'The Happy Valley' to Sulphurous Mines and Shipwrecked Souls
 
Tamburra, Sam, Youngstown State University
1996, No. 11: The Mentor Marsh, 1901 - 1903: A Standoff! Peter M. Hitchcock vs. United States Steel
Taxel, Laura, Author
2002, No. 17: Cleveland Ethnic Eats: A Culinary Road Map
 
Tevesz, Michael, Cleveland State University
1994, No. 9: Trinity Cathedral: The Burnham Stained Glass Windows
1996, No. 11: Glaciers and Landscape Evolution of the Western Reserve
Thomas, Dale, Bay Village Schools
1988, No. 3: North Broadway: From a New England Farming Community to a Bohemian-Urban Neighborhood
 
Toman, James, Cleveland State University
1997, No. 12: Public Transportation in Cleveland: The Golden Era (1859 - 1963)
Torsney, Cheryl B., West Virginia University
2000, No. 15: 'Whenever I Open A Book and See "Hoot, Man," I Always Close It Immediately': Constance Fenimore Woolson and Regional Humor
 
Ubbelhode, Carl, Case Western Reserve University
1999, No. 14: Greetings
 
VanBergen, Carolyn, University of Rochester
1988, No. 3: Constance Fenimore Woolson and the Next Country
2000, No. 15: Reconstruction Through Poetry
 
Webb, Richard, Regional Historian
1993, No. 8: Kinsman, Ohio in the Gilded Age: The Final Flowering of a Small Town
Weimer, Joan, Drew University
2000, No. 15: Woolson as Precursor: Jewett and Wilkins Freeman Talk Back to "Ballast Island"
 
Weir, David, Mentor Surgery Center
1999, No. 14: The Garden Experience
Wells, Michael, Cleveland State University
1994, No. 9: Trinity Cathedral: The Burnham Stained Glass Windows
Wheeler, Robert, Cleveland State University
1988, No. 3: The Lake Ports West of the Cuyahoga, 1820-1880: The Development of a Sub-Region Within the Reserve
 
White, Terry, The MetroHealth System
2001, No. 16: Shaping a Future for Medicine and Health Care in Cleveland and Beyond
 
Whitehouse,Peter J. and Atwood, T. Gains Case Western Reserve University
2001, No. 16: Shaping a Future for Medicine and Health Care in Cleveland and Beyond
 
Whitney, James
1994, No. 9: Trinity Cathedral: The Burnham Stained Glass Windows
 
Winstel, Jeffrey F., Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation Area
1996, No. 11: Recreational Development of the Valley
Woods, Marianne Berger, Rogers Historical Museum
1989, No. 4: Shrouded in Obscurity: The Life and Works of Caroline L. Ransom (1826 - 1910)
 
2001, No. 16: Cora Millett Holden Murals Askliops: Greek God of Medicine, His Worship, and Myths Relating to His Life
 
Youel, Barbara, Case Western Reserve University
2000, No. 15: From Text to Technology: Hypertext and "Wilhemina"
 
Zimmerman, Dean M., Western Reserve Historical Society
1989, No. 4: The 19th Century Glass Industry in Northeastern Ohio
 
1991, No. 6: Showplace of America: Cleveland's Millionaires' Row: "The Most Beautiful Street in the World"
 
 
1999, No. 14 Lawnfield: Cottage to Mansion