Sat 11/18 @ 11AM
There’s no better way to understand Cleveland’s history than to look at pictures of how it used to be and how it’s changed over the years.
You can do so at the Cleveland Public Library on the 4th floor of the Louis Stokes Wing with the Center for Local and Global History when it presents Photographic Record: Through the Lens of Cleveland Masters. The images on view will include work by the legendary Margaret Bourke-White, taken when the city was in its industrial prime, the nooks explored by William Barnhill and the photojournalism of Plain Dealer photographer Edward Dork.
It’s free and open to the public. No registration is necessary.