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The 19th Century Glass Industry in Northeastern Ohio
Zimmerman, Dean M, Hiram College. 1989, No. 4
 
African American Catholics in Cleveland, 1922-1961
Blatnica, Dorothy, Sister, Ursuline College. 1994, No. 9
Air
Dawson, Virginia, History Enterprises. 1997, No. 12
 
The Akron Experience
Nelson, Daniel, University of Akron. 1991, No. 6
Akron in the Gilded Age
Paschen, Stephen H.,Summit County Historical Society. 1993, No. 8
An Alternative Community
Barrow, William C., Cleveland State University. 1995, No. 10
Approaching Health Care Issues Through Drama
Donley, Carol, Hiram College. 2001, No. 16
 
Aristarchus Champion, Philanthropist of the Western Reserve: Builder of the Chagrin Falls Library (Town Hall)
Rausche, Yolita E., Kent State University. 1995, No. 10
The Art and Science of Medicine: A Human Approach
Anderson, David, Hiram College. 2001, No. 16
 
Around the Reserve
Jenkins, William, Youngstown State University. 1993, No. 8
 
Around the Reserve
Kolesar, Robert, John Carroll University. 1993, No. 8
 
The Auto and the Environment: Approaching a Turning Point
Robbins, Norman, Case Western Reserve University. 1997, No. 12
 
"Back to the Future": Constance Woolson's 'The Old Stone HOuse'
Dean, Sharon, Rivier College. 2000, No. 15
 
The Benjamin Rose Institute
Johnson, Beth DiNatale, Case Western Reserve University. 1995, No. 10
 
Black Religions: Many Faiths and Many Forms
McMickle, Marvin, Rev., Antioch Baptist Curch, Case Western Reserve University. 1994, No. 9
 
Breaking the Cycle of Health Care Disparities
Chapman, Rachael, Case Western Reserve University 2001, No. 16
 
The Bridges of the Western Reserve
Over, Randall S., Ohio Department of Transportation. 1997, No. 12
 
Brownfield (Geauga County)
Sheridan, Judith, Geauga County Historical Society. 1993, No. 8
Buckeys, Corncrackers, and Suckers: Culinary Episodes in Ohio History
Rocke, Alan, Case Western Reserve University. 2002, No. 17
 
Buddhism
Deal, William E. 1994, No. 9
 
Building Adelbert College
Leedy, Walter, Cleveland State University. 1993, No. 8
 
Chagrin Falls, Luther Lee, D.D., and the Defense of John Brown
Kaufman, Paul L., Ph.D., Kent State University. 1994, No. 9
 
The Challenges of Change and the Response of the University
Bolton, Charles P.,Case Western Reserve University. 2001, No. 16
 
Challenges of Commerce: Changing Town Patterns in the Western Reserve, 1840-1875
Busta, William E., Case Western Reserve University. 1988, No. 3
 
The Challenges of Local History
Fishel, Leslie H., Jr., Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center. 1986, No. 1
 
Changes in Jewish Philanthropy
Kassen, Aileen, Jewish Community Federation. 1995, No. 10
Changes in Support for Circle Institutions
Horrigan, Elizabeth, Changes in Support for Circle Institutions. 1995, No. 10
 
Changes in the Land: The Natural History Inheritance of the Western Reserve - The 500 Million Year Old Foundation
Hannibal, Joseph, Cleveland Museum of Natural History. 1996, No. 11
 
The City Beautiful Movement: Weeks/Gates Mills and the Rural Response
McQuillin, Steven, Building and Preservation Consultant. 1996, No. 11
 
City Estates
Stephens, David, Youngstown State University. 1993, No. 8
 
The Cleveland Electric Illuminationg Company
Cohen, Paula, Historical Consultant. 1993, No. 8
Cleveland Ethnic Eats: A Culinary Road Map
Taxel, Laura, Author. 2002, No. 17
A Cleveland Memory: "A Postcard Retrospective of Its Markets"
Barrow, William, Cleveland State University. 2002, No. 17
 
Cleveland Metroparks - Historic Anomaly or an Idea Whose Time Had Come?
Hinkle, Robert, Cleveland Metroparks. 1996, No. 11
 
Cleveland Municipal Light
Kucinish, Dennis, Former Mayor of the City of Cleveland. 1993, No. 8
Cleveland Museum of Natural History
Bissell, James K., Cleveland Museum of Natural History. 1992, No. 7
Cleveland Quakers from 1892-1907: Evangelism, Gender and the Poor
Oliver, John, Malone College. 1994, No. 9
 
The Cleveland School: Artists of the Western Reserve
Scheele, William G., Northeast Ohio Art Museum. 1987, No. 2
Cleveland's First Infrastructure: The Ohio & Erie Canal from
Barrow, William C., Cleveland State University. 1999, No. 14
Cleveland's Terminal Tower: The Forest City Acquires a Metropolitan Image
Leedy, Walter, Cleveland State University. 1997, No. 12
Commercial Photographers in Akron, Ohio, 1850 - 1900
Gunn, Virginia, The University of Akron. 1989, No. 4
 
Communism and Congressman Frances Payne Bolton, 1939 - 1968
Bowles, Mark, History Enterprises, Inc. 1998, No. 13
 
Communism and Congressman Frances Payne Bolton, 1939 - 1968
Dawson, Virginia, History Enterprises, Inc. 1998, No. 13
A Community Civic Catalyst for the Ages
Minter, Steven A., Cleveland Foundation. 1995, No. 10
 
Competing Visions of the Lakefront
Moore, Marjorie, University School. 1997, No. 12
 
Confessions of an Ex-Legislator
Brooks, Arthur V., Baker & Hostettler. 1998, No. 13
Considering Systematic Approaches To Improving Community Health and Medical Care
Reed, Wornie. Cleveland State University 2001, No. 16
 
Constance Fenimore Woolson and the Next Country
VanBergen, Carolyn, University of Rochester. 1988, No. 3
 
Cooking by the Book: From Four Scoops to Water Pitchers
Hanson, N. Sue, Case Western Reserve University. 2002, No. 17
Cora Millett Holden Murals Asklepios: Greek God of Medicine, His Worship, and Myths Relating to His Life.
Berger Woods, Marianne, Independent Scholar. 2001, No. 16
 
Country Estates
Flinn, Barbara, Western Reserve Architectural Historians. 1993, No. 8
 
The Created Landscape
Johnson, Beth DiNatale, Case Western Reserve University. 1999, No. 14
 
Creating 20th Century Warren Ohio: 1905 - 1925
Bobersky, Alexander T., City of Warren Community Development. 1996, No. 11
 
The Dittrick Museum WEB Site
A Media Presentation. 2001, No. 16
Dawn Powell Returns to Lake Erie College
Peterson, William, Southampton College. 1996, No. 11
 
The Development of American Medical Education From the Turn of the Century to the Era of Managed Care
Ludmerer, Kenneth M., Washington University 2001, No. 16
 
Digging for Troy: the Search for an Epic Boyhood
Hopes, David Brendan, University of North Carolina. 2000, No. 15
 
Dressed for Transport: Men and Women of the Move
Korosec, Constance, Ph. D., Ursuline College. 1997, No. 12
 
Early Mormon Culture: The First Temple in Kirtland
Robison, Elwin C., Kent State University. 1994, No. 9
 
Early Western Reserve Impressions: The Surveyor, the Artist, and the Land Speculator
Haddad, Gladys, Symposium Director, Case Western Reserve University. 1992, No. 7
 
East Angels: Woolson's Revision of James's Portrait of a Lady
Kreiger, Georgia, West Virginia University. 2000, No. 15
Electric Utilities in Cleveland and Toronto
Milne, Ruth, Case Western Reserve University. 1993, No. 8
Epic Appetites: Images of Food in Ancient Greece and Rome
Neils, Jenifer, Case Western Reserve University. 2002, No. 17
 
The Euclid Avenue Saga: More Questions
Leonard, Henry B., Kent State University. 1991, No. 6
Examining the Social Justice Implications
Bowen Lauren., John Carroll University. 1997, No. 12
 
Exploring Nearby History in the Western Reserve
Kyvig, David E., The University of Akron. 1986, No. 1
 
Faith and Education: Asking the Questions
Highbaugh, Claudia, Rev. 1994, No. 9
 
Family and Place - A Memoir
Grimm, Mary, Case Western Reserve University. 1996, No. 11
 
Father and Son: The Cleveland Years
Gregor, Sharon, Forest Hill Historic Preservation Society. 1996, No. 11
Father Finney and Oberlin's First Church
Blodgett, Geoffrey, Oberlin College. 1994, No. 9
 
Fewer and Better Babies: Maternal Health Association
Wilkinson Meyer, Jimmy, The College of Wooster. 2001, No. 16
Filmmaking in Cleveland
Connors, Joanna, The Cleveland Plain Dealer. 2000, No. 15
 
Finding the Farmers
Anderson, Donita, North Union Farmers Market. 2002, No. 17
Firestone Park and Goosetown: A Memoir of South Akron
Dyer, Joyce, Hiram College. 2000, No. 15
 
Foods in Their Seasons: A Look at 1848 with Jacob Meredith
Halsey, Amy, Hale Farm and Village. 2002, No. 17
 
The Forgotten Frontier: Connecticut's Western Reserve
Cunniff, Lois, Producer. 1992, No. 7
 
The Forgotten Gilded Age Townscape of Warren, Ohio
Bobersky, Alexander T., Urban Planner. 1993, No. 8
 
Framing Spaces: Bringing Boundaries to the Wilderness
Barrow, William C., Western Reserve Historical Society. 1996, No. 11
 
The Free Clinic of Greater Cleveland Since 1970 where" Health Care is a right Not a Privilege"
Hiller, Martin W.. 2001, No. 16
 
From Text to Technology: Hypertext and "Wilhelmina"
Youel, Barbara, Case Western Reserve University. 2000, No. 15
 
Garden Development
Pelowski, James F., Ph.D., Lebanese American University. 1999, No. 14
 
The Garden Experience
Weir, David, Mentor Surgery Center. 1999, No. 14
 
Garden Sculptures
Lees, Charlotte, Artist. 1999, No. 14
George Washington and the West
Knepper, George, University of Akron. 1999, No. 14
 
Getting Here was Half the Fun - Oberlin (Lorain County)
Baumann, Roland, Oberlin College. 1997, No. 12
 
Getting Here was Half the Fun - Hiram (Portage County)
Anderson, David, Hiram College. 1997, No. 12
"Girls in Blue": Visiting Nurses Association
Dawson, Virginia, history Enterprises, Inc.. 2001, No. 16
 
Glaciers and Landscape Evolution of the Western Reserve
Tevesz, Michael, Cleveland State University. 1996, No. 11
 
Glenville: The Citizens' Key Role in Neighborhood Planning
Ray, Genevieve. 1991, No. 6 >
 
Great Lakes Shipping: Impact on the Western Reserve
Ryan, George, Lake Carriers' Association. 1997, No. 12
 
Greetings
Ubbelhode, Carl, Case Western Reserve University. 1999, No. 14
 
Greystone: the Arms Home, Youngstown
Reedy, Joan, The Mahoning Valley Historical Society. 1993, No. 8
Hail, Holy Light: The Amasa Stone Memorial Chapel
Leedy, Walter, Cleveland State University. 1994, No. 9
Hale Farm (Summit County)
Arnold, Melissa D., Case Western Reserve University. 1997, No. 12
Hale Farm and Village
Buerling, Siegfried F., Hale Farm and Village. 1992, No. 7
'The Happy Valley': Constance F. Woolson's View of Zoar
Fernandez, Kathleen, The Ohio Historical Society. 2000, No. 15
 
Hart Crane and His Western Reserve Roots
Pemberton, Vivian, Kent State University - Trumbull. 1987, No. 2
 
Heavenly Aspirations and Earthly Realitites: Urban Utopias in the Western Reserve
Robison, Elwin C., Kent State University. 1996, No. 11
 
Hiram in the Civil War: A Dramatic Reading from Letters and Documents: Fallen Hiram Civil War Soldiers
Sawyer, Joanne M., Hiram College. 1999, No. 14
 
Historians are Everywhere
Shriver, Phillip R. 1989, No. 4
 
Historic Preservation in a Throwaway Society
Sande, Theodore A., Western Reserve Historical Society 1990, No. 5
 
History and Renovation of Oberlin's Peters Hall
Blodgett, Geoffrey, Oberlin College. 1993, No. 8
 
The History of Squire Valleevue Farm - Then and Now
Palmer, Harry W., Farm Manager. 1996, No. 11
 
The History of the African American Nurse
Banks, James., Cuyahoga Community College- West. 2001, No. 16
 
How Cleveland Invented the Modern Airport
Pershey, Edward J., Western Reserve Historical Society 1997, No. 12
The Ideal Tarnished: From "The Happy Valley" to Sulfurous Mines and Shipwrecked Souls
Swartz, Patti Capel, Kent State University - East Liverpool. 2000, No. 15
 
If Archivists Could Talk
Edmonson, James, Dittrick Museum 2001, No. 16
 
"If music be the food..."
Simon, Sandra, Soprano; Mailer, Nancy, Accompanist. 2002, No. 17
 
Illegal?? Indecent?? Obscene?? The Maternal Health Association and the Beginnings of Family Planning Clinics in Cleveland
Meyer, Jimmy E. W., Case Western Reserve University. 1989, No. 4
 
In Tom's Shadow: Clevelands's Forgotten Progressives
Hillmer, Paul, Concordia College. 1998, No. 13
 
Interpreters of the Western Reserve
Knepper, George, The University of Akron. 1987, No. 2
 
The Intrusive Landscape Designer: Recreating "The Front Yard" in Assisi
Grego, Edoarda, University of Trieste. 2000, No. 15
 
John D. Rockefeller, Jr.'s Design Sensitivity: Something Money Cannot Buy
Kapp, Cathryn, Forest Hill Historic Society. 1996, No. 11
John Hartness Brown and the Development of Eastern Cleveland
Barrow, William C., Cleveland State University. 1993, No. 8
Joseph G. Butler and the Founding of the Butler Art Institute
Rogers, Rebecca M., Architecture and Landscape. 1995, No. 10
A Journey of Discovery; Readings and Ruminations
Albers, Catherine, Case Western Reserve University. 2001, No. 16
 
Kinsman, Ohio in the Gilded Age: The Final Flowering of a Small Town
Webb, Richard, Regional Historian. 1993, No. 8
 
The Lake Ports West of the Cuyahoga, 1820-1880: The Development of a Sub-Region Within the Reserve
Wheeler, Robert, Cleveland State University. 1988, No.3
 
Lawnfield: A New Sweet Tie
Shaw, John, Hiram College. 1999, No. 14
 
Lawnfield: Cottage to Mansion
Zimmerman, Dean M., Lawnfield. 1999, No. 14
 
Lawnfield: Mentor
Zimmerman, Dean M., Western Reserve Historical Society. 1993, No. 8
Lessons from Erie Warfare
Anker, Daniel, Lake Erie College. 1986, No. 1
 
Literary Realism on the Reserve, or "Huck on the Cuyahoga"
Anderson, David R., Hiram College. 1986, No. 2
 
Love and Marriage in the Western Reserve: The Garfield Case
Shaw, John, Hiram College. 1987, No. 2
 
Love and Marriage on the Western Reserve: The Garfield Case
Haddad, Gladys, Lake Erie College. 1987, No. 2
Made in Germany: Brewing in Cleveland, 1857 - 1907
Hendrix, Scott N., Cleveland State University. 1996, No. 11
 
Mahoning Valley's German Baptist Bretheren (the "Dunkers") and the Greek Revival Style
Rohrer, Thelma S., Manchester College. 1996, No. 11
 
Major World Religions: A Regional Presence - "Islam"
Ahmed, Assam N. 1994, No. 9
 
The Making of a modern Hospital in Cleveland: Planning and Construction of Lakeside Hospital
Edmonson, James M., Dittrick Museum 2001, No. 16
 
A Manifest Destiny: The Common School
Saslaw, Rita S., University of Akron. 1996, No. 11
Maple Ridge Vineyard
Iubelt, James and Patricia, Maple Ridge Vineyard. 2002, No. 17
 
The Market as an Engine for Economic Revival
Rasmussen, Consultant, Public Markets and Economic Development. 2002, No. 17
 
The Market as Community
Holmes, Mary. 2002, No. 17
 
The Master Builders of the Western Reserve
Johannesen, Eric, Western Reserve Historical Society. 1986, No. 1
 
The May 4th Task Force: A Mandate
Lee, Michael, Kent State University. 1998, No. 13
Medical Milestones in the 20th Century Cleveland
Maher, Sister Mary Denis, Ursuline College. 2001, No. 16
 
Medina: A Case Study
King, Joann, Ohio Association of Historical Societies and Museums. 1996, No. 11
Medina: A Case Study
McKiernan, Susan, School of Art. 1996, No. 11
The Mentor Marsh, 1901 - 1903: A Standoff! Peter M. Hitchcock vs. United States Steel
Tamburro, Sam, Youngstown State University. 1996, No. 11
 
Mentor Medical Campus
Moore-Hardy, Cynthia, Lake Hospital System. 1999, No. 14
The Missionary Position: Attitudes Toward Marriage in Oberlin, 1840-1855
Clark, Ricky, Oberlin College. 1989, No. 4
 
Mobile Monuments: The Art and Politics of Placing Pedestals
Busta, William E., Case Western Reserve University. 1998, No. 13
 
Modern Architecture and the Philosophy of History
Fisher, Thomas, Executive Editor of Progressive Architecture. 1990, No. 5
 
Moguls and Their Monuments
Anderson, David, Hiram College. 1993, No. 8
 
The Moral Challenge of Regional Sprawl
Pilla, Anthony, Most Reverend, Diocese of Cleveland. 1997, No. 12
 
Moving Beyond the Limits of Environmental Politics
Snape, Kevin, Clean Air Conservacy. 1997, No. 12
 
Natural History Walking Tour of Squire Valleevue Farm
Locci, Ana, Case Western Reserve University. 1996, No. 11
 
Nearby History in the Western Reserve
Kyvig, David E., University of Akron. 1989, No. 4
 
Neighborhoods
McConkey, James, Author. 1991
New England and the Western Reserve in the Nineteenth Century: Some Suggestions
Cardinal, Eric, Lake County Historical Society. 1986, No. 1
 
A New Variety, Try One: The Art of De Scott Evans
Maciejunes. Nannette, V., Columbus Museum of Art. 1988, No. 3
 
Newest Gem in the Emerald Necklace, Ohio & Erie Canal Reservation
Huff, Richard T., Jr., Cleveland Metroparks. 1997, No. 12
The Night Owls of Coventry
Maier, Alison Kennedy, Nightowls Productions. 2000, No. 15
 
Nineteenth Century Cleveland: From New England Village to Polyglot Metropolis
Leonard, Henry B., Kent State University. 1988, No. 3
 
North Broadway: From a New England Farming Community to a Bohemian-Urban Neighborhood
Thomas, Dale, Bay Village Schools. 1988, No.3
 
Northeastern Ohio Country Estates and the Nursery Trade
Rogers, Rebecca M., Architecture and Landscape Historian. 1996, No. 11
 
Ohio Politics and Politicians: A Roundtable
Lamis, Alexander, Case Western Reserve University. 1998, No. 13
 
Ohio: A Social laboratory for Land Survey and Sale
Knepper, George, University of Akron. 1992, No. 7
 
The Ohio-Pennsylvania Retracement Survey
Snyder, Franklin D., Jr., Foresight Engineering Group, Inc. 1996, No. 11
Olmsted in the Site of the Unseen
Allen, Austin, Cleveland State University. 2000, No. 15
 
Opposition vs. Opportunity: The African American Literary Experience in America
Oliver, Nathan T., Marrow Tradition Bookstore and Fine Art Gallery
 
Oral History: A Tool to Discover Regional Culture
Garfinkel, Stanley, Kent State University - Geauga. 1986, No. 1
 
Oral History and Multi-Cultural Education: Finding Our Place In Cleveland's Global Village
Miggins, Edward M., Cuyahoga Community College. 1988, No.3
 
An Organized Campaign of Nagging: "Gender and the Creation of Cleveland's Pioneer Birth Control Clinic
Meyer, Jimmy E.W., Independent Scholar. 1995, No. 10
 
"Out the Back, Jack": Early Years of the Garfield Marriage
Shaw, John, Hiram College. 1996, No. 11
 
Outmigration and the First Suburbs Coalition
Rawson, Judith H., Vice Mayor, Shaker Heights. 1997, No. 12
 
A Philanthropic Approach for the Catholic Diocese fo Cleveland
Napoli, August A., Jr., Catholic Charities. 1995, No. 10
Philanthropy and Civil Rights at the Local Level: The Case of Cleveland, Ohio in the 1960's
Rose, Kenneth W., Rockefeller Archive Center. 1995, No. 10
 
Philantropy and Cleveland's African-American Community
Jones, Adirenne Lash, Oberlin College. 1995, No. 10
Philantropy Today: An Imperative
Shouse, Ben, Arts Advocate. 1995, No. 10
Pioneer Episcopalians and Their Clergy
Dibbert, Robert B., The Rev. Canon. 1994, No. 9
 
Poems of Place
Citino, David, The Ohio State University. 1987, No.2
 
The Poet Gives Voice to the Landscape
Hopes, David Brendan, University of North Carolina. 1992, No. 7
 
The Polish Churches: A Schism - St. Stanislaus and Immaculate Heart of Mary
Sobola, Glenn, Cleveland City School District. 1994, No. 9
 
The Political Tradition Out of Which She Comes
Oakar, Mary Rose, Former U.S. Congresswoman. 1998, No. 13
 
Politics and Student Activism
Birk, Nancy, Kent State University. 1998, No. 13
 
Politics and the Natural Environment
Brooks, Arthur V., Baker & Hostettler. 1998, No. 13
 
Politics and the Payne Fund
Jowett, Garth S., University of Houston. 1995, No. 10
 
Politics and Urban Reform
Barber, Kathleen L., John Carroll University. 1998, No. 13
 
Postcards...to your Health!
Leedy, Walter,Cleveland State University. 2001, No. 16
 
The Pragmatic Hypothesis
Barrow, William C., Cleveland State University 1992, No. 7
 
Pre-1850 Western Reserve Greek Revival Churches
Anderson, David, Hiram College. 1994, No. 9
A Promising Boy: Intimations of Greatness in James A. Garfield
Anderson, David, Hiram College. 1999, No. 14
 
Proportional Representation and Cold War Politics in the Western Reserve
Kolesar, Robert. 1998, No. 13
 
Public Transportation in Cleveland: The Golden Era (1859 - 1963)
Toman, James, Cleveland State University. 1997, No. 12
 
Quilts on the Western Reserve
Clark, Ricky, Oberlin College. 1988, No. 3
 
The Railroad Experience in the Western Reserve
Grant, H. Roger, Clemson University. 1997, No. 12
 
The Rainbow Circle of King's Daughters: A Little Band of Fair Philosophers and Practical Philanthropists on Behelf of Cleveland's Children
Erdey, Nancy C., University Hospitals of Cleveland 1995, No. 10
 
A Real Estate Developer's Perspective
Chilcote, Lee., Greater Cleveland Real Estate Organizations, Inc. 1997, No. 12
 
Reconstruction Through Poetry
VanBergen, Carolyn, University of Rochester. 2000, No. 15
 
Recreational Development of the Valley
Winstel, Jeffrey F., Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation Area 1996, No. 11
 
Regional Reflections (17 Poems)
McNiece, Ray, Poet/Performer. 1996, No. 11
 
Religion, Reform, Race (and Rockefeller): Cleveland History Viewed Through the Lens of Philanthropy
Stapleton, Darwin H., Rockefeller Archive Center. 1995, No. 10
 
A Remarkable Mirror: The Ups and Downs of Regional Theatre in Cleveland
Evett, Marianne, The Plain Dealer. 1996, No. 11
 
Response to "Was Euclid Avenue a Neighborhood"
Gaede, Robert C., Architect. 1991, No. 6
 
Response to "Was Euclid Avenue a Neighborhood"
Krumholz, Norman, City Planner. 1991, No. 6
Reversing the Trends: Creative Ideas for Reconnection Farmers and Consumers of the Western Reserve
Holmes, Mary, Moderator; Clark, Jill, American Farmland Trust; Kelsey, Darwin, Cuyahoga Valley Countryside Conservancy; Masi, Brad, Ecological Design Innovation Center, Oberlin College; Jenson, Kit, WCPN/WVIZideastream. 2002, No. 17
 
Reviewing for Cleveland Magazine and Northern Ohio Live
Giannetti, Louis, Case Western Reserve University. 2000, No. 15
 
The Rise of Professional Authorship: Don't Give Up Your Day Job
Davey, Michael, Cleveland State University, John Carroll University. 2000, No. 15
 
The Role of Commercial Banking in the Commercial Development of Cleveland, Ohio, 1832 to 1837
Lewis, Cynthia M., Allegheny College. 1989, No. 4
 
Roman Catholic Women of the Western Reserve in Relation to Contemporary Catholicism
Flannery, Mary Ann, Sister. 1994, No. 9
 
Rural Neighborhoods: Fishermen, Firemen, Flea Markets and Fairs
Sheridan, Judith, Geauga County Historical Society. 1991, No. 6
Rural Neighborhoods: Middlefield/Mesopotamia
Miller, Eli. 1991, No. 6
Rural Neighborhoods: The Neighborhoods of the Mind - Lake Erie Commercial Fishermen
Mullen, Patrick B., Ohio State University. 1991, No. 6
 
Rural Neighborhoods: Wellington as Neighborhood
Borkan, Christine, Hiram Colege. 1991, No. 6
Samuel and Flora Stone Mather: Partners in Philanthropy
Haddad, Gladys, Case Western Reserve University. 1995, No. 10
 
Sanctuaries for Healing
Maher, Mary Denis, CSA, Ursuline College. 1999, No. 14
 
A Second New England In The West: Real Or Imaginary?
Lupold, Harry F., Lakeland Community College. 1988, No. 3
 
Separating Apples, Potatoes and Peaches: Jessie Brown Pounds, Advocate of the Social Gospel in Cleveland 1880 - 1920
Parker, Sandra, Hiram College. 1989, No. 4
 
Sermon in Stone: Symbols and Iconography in the Garfield Monument
Peskin, Allan, Cleveland State University. 1990, No. 5
 
Shaping a Future for Medicine and Health Care in Cleveland and Beyond
White Terry,Metro Health System 2001, No. 16
 
Shaping a Future for Medicine and Health Care in Cleveland and Beyond
Whitehouse, Peter J, and Gains, Atwood, T. Case Western Reserve University 2001, No. 16
 
Showplace of America: Cleveland's Millionaires' Row: "The Most Beautiful Street in the World"
Zimmerman, Dean M., Western Reserve Historical. 1991, No. 6
 
Shrouded in Obscurity: The Life and Works of Caroline L. Ransom (1826-1910)
Woods, Marianne Berger, Rogers Historical Museum. 1989, No. 4
 
Smallpox, The Chamber of Commerce, and the Reshaping of the Citys Public Health Department In the Early 20th Century
Gerstner, Patsy, Dittrick Museum. 2001, No. 16
 
A Sort of Connecting Link: "Andrew Squire, James Garfield and the Village of Hiram
Anderson, David, Hiram College. 1996, No. 11
 
A Spinster, a Protestant and a Democrat: Florence Allen, Cleveland's First Female Judge
Organ, Joan E., Case Western Reserve University. 1998, No. 13
 
St. Ann Foundation: From Women to Women
Maher, Mary Denis, CSA, Ursuline College. 1995, No. 10
Stewardship/Conservation/Advocacy: The Issues
Debo, John P., Jr., Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation Area. 1992, No. 7
 
Stories of Place
Bishop, Thomas G., Case Western Reserve University. 2000, No. 15
 
Struggling Welfare Institutions and the Organization of Philanthropy in Cleveland: Rockefeller Philanthropy, The Floating Bethel Mission, and the Home for Aged Colored People
Rose, Kenneth W., Rockefeller Archives Center. 1989, No. 4
 
The Sublime Estate: Landscape Restoration at Stan Hywet
Ruprecht, Carl, Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens. 1996, No. 11
 
Teaching the Western Reserve, or Hart Crane Was the Other Poet from Cleveland.
Anderson, David R., Hiram College. 1986, No. 1
 
Thinking Bioregionally in the Western Reserve
Beach, David, EcoCity Cleveland. 1996, No. 11
 
Thunder in the Heartland: A Chronicle of Outstanding Weather Events in Ohio
Schmidlin, Jeanee, Kent State University. 1997, No. 12
 
Trails of the Western Reserve
Abercrombie, Jay, Davey Resource Group. 1997, No. 12
 
Traversing the Uncharted Wilderness
Barrow, William C., Cleveland State University. 1997, No. 12
 
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
Morton, Marian J., John Carroll University. 1994, No. 9
 
Trinity Cathedral: The Burnham Stained glass Windows
Tevesz, Michael., Cleveland State University. 1994, No. 9
Wells, Michael., Cleveland State University.
Whitney, James
 
The Trumbull County Clock Industry, 1812 - 1836
Rogers, Rebecca M., Mahoning Valley Historical Society. 1989, No. 4
 
Turn of the Centruy Irish Catholics in St. Malachi's Parish
Sull, Kathleen, Cleveland State University. 1994, No. 9
 
Twentieth Century Escape form the Landscape
Anderson, David, Hiram College. 1992, No. 7
Untapped Resources: County Records as a Lens into the Past
Cetina, Judith G., Cuyahoga County Archives. 1996, No. 11
 
Utilities
Pursell, Carroll, Case Western Reserve University. 1993, No. 8
The Valley as an Industrial Magnet
Sicha, Richard J., Cuyahoga County Planning Commission. 1996, No. 11
 
A View From the Dinner Table
Bosley, Peter, Chef/Owner Parkers Restaurant; Welton, Mark, Farmer, Norton Summit County; Johnson, John, Farmer, Mt. Vernon, Knox County. 2002, No. 17
 
Voices and Visions for Our Healing
Branche, Christine.,Alzhemers Association 2001, No. 16
 
Warren's Garden, Kethley House, Benjamin Rose Place
Kethley, Alice J., Ph.D., Benjamin Rose Institute. 1999, No. 14
 
Was Euclid Avenue a Neighborhood? A Cleveland Conundrum Viewed in Historical Perspective
Grabowski, John J., Western Reserve Historical Society. 1991, No. 6
 
Water
Borchert, Jim, Cleveland State University. 1997, No. 12
 
The West Side Market: A Kaleidoscope of Cleveland's Cultural History
Lewis, Joanne, Author To Market, To Market. 2002, No. 17
 
West Side Elites: Shaping the Landscape
Borchert, Jim, Cleveland State University. 1993, No. 8
Western Reserve Politice: An Historical Overview
Knepper, George, University of Akron. 1998, No. 13
 
Western Reserve Waterways
Lupold, Harry F., John Carroll University. 1992, No. 7
Western Reserve Women and the U. S. Sanitary Commission, 1861-1865
Gunn, Virginia, The University of Akron. 1988, No. 3
 
The Western Reserve: From Wilderness to Thriving Community
Sande, Theodore A., Western Reserve Historical Society. 1992, No. 7
 
Westward Ho! My Take on the Western Reserve
Sommerfield, William, American Historical Theatre. 1999, No. 14
What's in Store for the Neighborhood? Neighborhoods Then, There and in the Future
Gaines, Atwood D., Case Western Reserve Unviersity 1991, No. 6
 
Whence Came All These Roman Catholics?
Callahan, Nelson, Rev., St. Raphael's Church. 1994, No. 9
 
"Whenever I Open a Book and See 'Hoot, Man,' I Always Close It Immediately": Constance Fenimore Woolson and Regional Humor
Torsney, Cheryl B., West Virginia University. 2000, No. 15
 
Why Chicago and Not Cleveland? The Religious Imperative Behind John D. Rockefeller's Early Philanthropy 1844 - 1900
Rose, Kenneth W., Rockefeller Archive Center. 1995, No. 10
 
'The Windings and Turnings of Fictitious Pathology': Reading Jupiter Lights as a Proto-Lesbian Novel
Comment, Kristin M., University of Maryland. 2000, No. 15
 
Woolson as Precursor: Jewett and Wilkins Freeman Talk Back to "Ballast Island"
Weimer, Joan, Drew University. 2000, No. 15
 
Women and Politics
Morton, Marian J., John Carroll University. 1998, No. 13
 
Women Enter Medicine in the Western Reserve: The Graduation of the First Six Women Doctors from Western Reserve College, 1852-1856
Goldstein, Linda, Case Western Reserve University. 1988, No. 3
 
Women Health Care Providers and Practitioners
Marian Morton, John Carroll University. 2001, No. 16
 
Womens and Childrens Free Medical& Surgery Dispensary (1878) Forerunner of Womens General Hospital
Jennifer Nieves, Dittrick Museum. 2001, No. 16
 
The Work of Mourning in Constance Fenimore Woolson's Fiction: A Kleinian Approach
Gebhard, Caroline, Tuskegee University. 2000, No. 15
 
Writings of Western Reserve Women
Haddad, Gladys, Lake Erie College. 1987, No. 2
 
The Yankee Schoolteacher: Transmission of the Culture
Saslaw, Rita S., The University of Akron. 1988, No. 3
 
Youngstown's Mill Creek Park
Rogers, Rebecca M., Historical Consultant. 1993, No. 8
 
 
 
 
 
The Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport: Plans and Prospects
Dulberger, Reid., Youngstown Regional Chamber of Commerce. 1997, No. 12