This collection of historic photos of homes, farms, businesses, schools, churches, community events and organizations in Avon Lake, Ohio is the result of a collaboration between the Avon Lake Public Library and the Cleveland Memory Project. Photos included here originate from the Cleveland Press Collection as well as those donated or …
In 1864, the German Methodist Episcopal Church founded the German Methodist Orphan Asylum to shelter Civil War orphans. Known today as the Berea Children's Home, they serve children and youth needing specialized therapeutic programs. These 100 photographs from the Berea Children's Home and Berea Historical Society document the …
The Bruce Young Collection contains digital reproductions of negatives, photographs, and slides from 1900-1970 mostly documenting transportation history in the greater Cleveland area.
The Burton Memory Project is a collaboration between the Cleveland Memory Project and the Burton Public Library. The many images, maps and other objects in the collection originate from the Geauga County Historical Society Library, Cleveland Press Photograph Collection at Cleveland State University and largely from contributions of …
The Cleveland Memory Project is a searchable collection of digital resources focusing on the history of greater Cleveland and Northeast Ohio, created in collaboration with many regional partners. An award-winning endeavor, the Cleveland Memory Project has been engaging the public since 2002, bringing Greater Cleveland's historic resources to an ever-expanding global audience.
To enjoy and explore all that Cleveland Memory has to offer, be sure to visit the Cleveland Memory website where you will find: